Stories of ACS
's extreme drinking habits and talk of his immoral personal life (largely sparked by the scandal associated with his publications) spread. Though many tales were untrue, he is said to have sometimes...
By 17 August 1858 AO
was part of a large party staying at Wallington, the house belonging to Swinburne
's patron, Lady Pauline Trevelyan
. During this stay, Ogle and Swinburne seem to have established a friendship.
Meyers, Terry L. “Swinburne Reshapes His Grand Passion: A Version by ’Ashford Owen’”. Victorian Poetry, No. 1, West Virginia University, pp. 111 - 15.