Matthew Arnold: Poems

Notes

  1. ^ Landow, George. Elegant Jeremiahs: The Sage from Carlyle to Mailer. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1986.
  2. ^ Honan, 1981, p. 5.
  3. ^ Composer Edward Elgar dedicated one of the Enigma Variations to Richard.
  4. ^ Collini, 1988, p. 21.
  5. ^ Collini, 1988, p. 21
  6. ^ http://www.english.ox.ac.uk/news-events/regular-events/professor-poetry
  7. ^ Super, CPW, II, p. 330.
  8. ^ "Literary Gossip". The Week : a Canadian journal of politics, literature, science and arts. 1 1: 13. 6 December 1883. 
  9. ^ "Book of Members, 1780–2010: Chapter A" (PDF). American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Retrieved 25 April 2011. 
  10. ^ "Obituary – Mrs. Matthew Arnold" The Times (London). Monday, 1 July 1901. (36495), p. 11.
  11. ^ Collini, 1988, p. 2.
  12. ^ Lang, Volume 3, p. 347.
  13. ^ Collini, 1988, p. 26.
  14. ^ Bloom, 1987, pp. 1–2.
  15. ^ Chambers, 1933, p. 159.
  16. ^ Chambers, 1933, p. 165.
  17. ^ Collini, 1988, p. vii.
  18. ^ Collini, 1988, p. 25.
  19. ^ Watson, 1962, pp. 150–160. Saintsbury, 1899, p. 78 passim.
  20. ^ Collini, 1988. Also see the introduction to Culture and Anarchy and other writings, Collini, 1993.
  21. ^ See "The Critical Reception of Arnold's Religious Writings" in Mazzeno, 1999.
  22. ^ Mazzeno, 1999.
  23. ^ Arnold, Matthew (1913). William S. Johnson, ed. Selections from the Prose Work of Matthew Arnold. Houghton Mifflin. 
  24. ^ Watson, 1962, p. 147.
  25. ^ The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. Sweetness and light. Houghton Mifflin Company.
  26. ^ Robertson, John M. (1901). Modern Humanists. S. Sonnenschein. p. 145. If, then, a man come to the criticism of life as Arnold did, with neither a faculty nor a training for logic... it is impossible that he should escape frequent error or inconsistency... 
  27. ^ "We have had opportunities of observing a new journalism which a clever and energetic man has lately invented. It has much to recommend it; it is full of ability, novelty, variety, sensation, sympathy, generous instincts; its one great fault is that it is feather-brained." Mathew Arnold, The Nineteenth century No. CXXIII. (May 1887) pp. 629–643. Available online at http://www.attackingthedevil.co.uk/related/easter.php
  28. ^ Quoted in Harold Begbie, The Life of General William Booth, (2 vols., New York, 1920). Available [online]
  29. ^ Super, CPW, VII, p. 384.
  30. ^ Super, CPW, VI, p. 171.
  31. ^ Super, CPW, VI, p. 176.
  32. ^ Super, CPW, VI, p. 143.
  33. ^ The Pleasures of Literature, John Cowper Powys, p.397-398

Abbreviation: CPW stands for Robert H. Super (editor), The Complete Prose Works of Matthew Arnold, see Bibliography.


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