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by Douglas Bush

Author: Douglas Bush
Language: English
Publisher: Macmillan; 1st Ed edition (December 1972)
Pages: 246 pages
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Rating: 4.9
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Matthew Arnold (Masters of world literature series). 0025196308 (ISBN13: 9780025196308).

Matthew Arnold (Masters of world literature series).

Douglas Bush, James S Ackerman, Stephen Toulmin. Matthew Arnold (Masters of world literature series). English Literature in the Earlier Seventeenth Century, 1600-1660. Classical Influences in Renaissance Literature. Renaissance and English Humanism. Jane Austen (Masters of World Literature). Mythology and the Romantic Tradition in English Poetry.

Douglas Bush has shown an unusual awareness," wrote Wallace K. Ferguson, "of the historiographical evolution of the Renaissance, and has taken his stand with rare explicitness on the side of those who find the Renaissance filled with mediaeval traditions

Douglas Bush has shown an unusual awareness," wrote Wallace K. Ferguson, "of the historiographical evolution of the Renaissance, and has taken his stand with rare explicitness on the side of those who find the Renaissance filled with mediaeval traditions. Letters to a Young Poet.

Bibliographic Information. A Survey of His Poetry and Prose. Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited.

That Arnold, one of our clearest thinkers and most elegant stylists, should b. .

There is nothing new for the specialist in Professor Bush's book and it is too picayune for the general reader, so polite that no vision appears, and muddled and circular in exposition. That Arnold, one of our clearest thinkers and most elegant stylists, should be buried under all this scholarly preciosity is the last irony.

Matthew Arnold: A Survey of His Poetry and Prose. Matthew Arnold on Continental Life and Literature. Two Essays upon Matthew Arnold, with some of his letters to the author. MacMillan Publishing Company, 1971). Tinker Chauncey Brewster. Russell & Russell Publishing, 1970). Matthew Arnold and his Poetry. Arnold, Rossetti and Morris: a study. Stopford A. Clough Brooke. Augustine Birrell (1892). Matthew Arnold: The message and meaning of his life.

Matthew Arnold - World Literature - is a resource for students who seek . While holding this position, Arnold wrote some of his finest poems.

Matthew Arnold - World Literature - is a resource for students who seek information beyond the simple biographical details of an author’s life or a brief overview of the author’s major works. He asserted his greatest influence through his prose writings as a social critic, calling for a renewal of art and culture. His forceful literary criticism, based on his humanistic belief in the value of balance and clarity in literature, significantly shaped modern theory. Works in Biographical and Historical Context. Child of the Headmaster.

England and the Italian Question . Popular Education in France. What are the eternal objects of poetry, among all nations and at all times? They are actions; human actions; possessing an inherent interest in themselves, and which are to be communicated in an interesting manner by the art of the poet. He required that the permanent elements of his nature should be moved; and dramas of which the action, though taken from a long-distant mythic time, yet was calculated to accomplish this in a higher degree than that of the Persæ, stood higher in his estimation accordingly. Although now somewhat old-fashioned in places, this book remains a classic and one of the most thorough and influential critical studies of Arnold. New York: Collier, 1971. It is strong on contextual close readings of the literary works.

Of his prose, the first book to attract wide notice was that containing the lectures On Translating Homer delivered from the chair of Poetry and published in 1861-62

Of his prose, the first book to attract wide notice was that containing the lectures On Translating Homer delivered from the chair of Poetry and published in 1861-62. From this time until the year of his death appeared the remarkable series of critical writings which have placed him in the front rank of the men of letters of his century. He continued faithfully to fulfill his duties as school inspector until April, 1886, when he resigned after a service of thirty-five years.

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