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Two essays upon Matthew Arnold with some of his letters to the author
Arthur Howard Galton
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Matthew Arnold was also one of the most important literary critics of his age. From to he was Professor of Poetry at Oxford; during this time he wrote his first books of criticism, including On Translating Homer (), Essays in Criticism (; Ser. 2, ), and On the Study of Celtic Literature (). The publication of these few letters will perhaps revivify Matthew Arnold more effectively than any critical appreciation. Most of them belong to the period of his young manhood when the call of literature sounded louder in his ears than that of political and social reform. After all, lovers of poetry will agree with Tennyson's dictum that "Mat.
Introduction: Matthew Arnold (), the greatest name among the Victorian critics, was a poet turned critic. He started his literary career by writing poetry. It was only at the age of thirty-one that he published his first piece of criticism, Preface to the Poems, and then for the rest of his life, for full thirty-five. “Yet he is in some respects the most satisfactory man of letters of his age.” T.S. Eliot, The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism Many of the ideas that appear in Arnold’s Preface of to his collection of poems and in his later essays are suggested in the letters that Arnold wrote to his friend Arthur Hugh Clough.
Poems by Matthew Arnold. Poet and critic, was born at Laleham on the Thames, the eldest son of Thomas Arnold, historian and great headmaster of Rugby, and of Mary (Penrose) Arnold. He was educated at Winchester; Rugby, where. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Matthew Arnold (Arnold, Matthew, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Arnold, Matthew, Culture and Anarchy (first edition, ) (Gutenberg text) Arnold, Matthew, Culture and Anarchy (third edition; New York: Macmillan and Co., ) (HTML at Toronto).
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Two essays upon Matthew Arnold: with some of his letters to the author. Two Essays upon Matthew Arnold with Some of His Letters to the Author; pp. by Arthur Galton Paperback. Matthew Arnold (24 December – 15 April ) was an English poet and cultural critic who worked as an inspector of schools.
He was the son of Thomas Arnold, the celebrated headmaster of Rugby School, and brother to both Tom Arnold, literary professor, and William Delafield Arnold, novelist and colonial w Arnold has been characterised as a sage writer, a Children: 6.
Among the major Victorian writers, Matthew Arnold is unique in that his reputation rests equally upon his poetry and his poetry criticism. Only a quarter of his productive life was given to writing poetry, but many of the same values, attitudes, and feelings that are expressed in his poems achieve a fuller or more balanced formulation in his prose.
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If we were questioned as to the merit of Mr. Arnold's book as a whole, we should say that it lay in the fact that the author takes high ground. The manner of his Essays is a model of what criticisms should be. Letters of Matthew Arnold, () Letters of an Old Playgoer () Letters, Speeches and Tracts on Irish Affairs by Edmund Burke () Literature and Dogma: An Essay towards a Better Apprehension of the Bible () Matthew Arnold's Letters: A Descriptive Checklist () Matthew Arnold's Notebooks () Mixed Essays ().
The University Press of Virginia edition of The Letters of Matthew Arnold, edited by Cecil Y. Lang, represents the most comprehensive and assiduously annotated collection of Arnold's correspondence complete in six volumes, this edition will include close to four thousand letters, nearly five times the number in G.W.E.
Russell's two-volume compilation Pages: An interesting sketch of Arnold as a teacher is given in Sir Joshua Fitch’s Thomas and Matthew Arnold in the Great Educators Series, A few additional letters were printed with Arthur Galton’s Two Essays upon Matthew Arnold, There is an interesting estimate of Arnold as a thinker in Crozier’s My Inner Life,pp.
–9.]. Matthew Arnold wrote his poem Shakespeare as a tribute to William Shakespeare who, in his estimation was a poet in a class of his own.
In his opening line. Matthew Arnold’s letters are similarly interesting. The first is likely a response to Galton’s book on Thomas Cromwell, and the second a kindly note on Galton’s writings on Arnold himself.
(A digital copy of Galton’s Two essays upon Matthew Arnold with some of his letters to the author can be found here). The subsequent book, Culture and Anarchy, was continuing in the tradition of Essays in Criticism, insofar as it was primarily a collection of essays published in a magazine before.
According to Collini (, ), Arnold was involved in an almost continuous series of overlapping Brown, A.K. Matthew Arnold was an English poet, sage writer and cultural critic who worked as an inspector of schools. He was the son of Thomas Arnold, the famed headmaster of Rugby School, and brother to Tom Arnold, literary professor, and William Delafield Arnold, novelist and colonial administrator/5.
Matthew Arnold() Although remembered now for his elegantly argued critical essays, Matthew Arnold () began his career as a poet, winning early recognition as a student at the Rugby School where his father, Thomas Arnold, had earned national acclaim as a strict and innovative headmaster. Arnold also studied at.
Essays by Matthew Arnold: Including Essays in Criticism,On Translating Homer (with F. Newman's Reply) Matthew Arnold. Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, - English essays - pages. 0 Reviews.
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The Victorian Period of British Literature involved many changes in British culture; one of the defining qualities of Queen Victoria’s reign was a loss of faith in the Church. Page - If there is a man upon earth tormented by the cursed desire to get a whole book into a page, a whole page into a phrase, and this phrase into one word, — that man is myself.' ' I can sow, but I cannot build.' Joubert, however, makes no claim to be a great author; by renouncing all ambition to be this, by not trying to fit his ideas into a house, by making no compromise with.
as evidenced in his Lectures on “The Hero as Poet” and “The Hero as Man of Letters” as well as essays such as those on Burns and Scott.
Arnold’s essential place in this history of English literary criticism could then be carried forward to the middle of the twentieth century by examining the early works of F.
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