It's different by Early Victorian poetry because of this features:
reaction to moral and literary Victorian standards
continuation and modification of Romantic trends
new tendencies that herald the modern age such as the detachment of the artist and the work of art from any ethical stance, and metrical experiments in the direction of free verse
In this sense the seminal movement was the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, founded by a group of artists and poets in 1848. It had its roots in late Romantic sensibility, and at the same time it reacted against established artistic values (à then Aestheticism and Oscar Wilde).
The most important members of this group are: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Christina Rossetti, W. Morris and C. Swinburne (à cult of sensuality à sensual beauty). Those poets' works were very different, but their common starting point was a profound dissatisfaction with current standards of taste, and an inspiration that can be defined as spiritual sensuality.
Typical Victorians: Meredith
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A difference between early and late Victorian poetry is the different reaction of the public. While Tennyson was made Poet Laureate and Browning was revered as an oracle, public reaction to the new poetry and to the poets' lives was often one of violent shock and disgust. Late Victorian poets were appreciated by small refined audiences but not by general public.