Algernon Charles Swinburne Essays
Swinburne’s "Ave Atque Vale" and the Role of the Dead in the Construction of the Canon College
‘The long history of English elegy is a pouring of fresh tears into ancient vessels,’claims Rosenberg in ‘Elegy for an Age.’ Indeed, the elegy seems the best literary form to exemplify Eliot’s famous claim that “No poet, no artist of any art, has...
The Moderate Victorian Male Spectator in A Study in Scarlet, The Moonstone, "The Harlot's House" and "Hermaphroditus" College
The Victorian depiction of the masculine is divided by not only class factors but also by degrees of gender conformity and morality, it is this conformity and morality that shapes the role of the masculine narrative in Victorian literature. In...