Byatt, A. S. A. S. Byatt.
Arthur Henry Hallam
Standard Name: Hallam, Arthur Henry
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AT was initially educated by his father, and then at Trinity College, Cambridge , which he entered in November 1827 (by which time he had already co-published his first volume of poetry, Poems, by Two...
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Her grandmother Emily Tennyson , the poet's sister, had been engaged to his great friend Arthur Hallam before she married FTJ 's grandfather years after Hallam's death.
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It proved a happy marriage for both, though some critics have discerned a homoerotic element in AT 's writings about Hallam .
|Friends, Associates||Harriet Martineau||
HM 's social circle vastly expanded at this time until she knew virtually all the prominent people, particularly the political men, of her day. As she recorded in her Autobiography, however, she refused to...
|Textual Features||A. S. Byatt||
Together, says Byatt, the stories make up one exploration of Victorian anxieties about what it was to be human.
The Conjugial Angel (whose odd spelling of conjugal derives from Emanuel Swedenborg ) relates the story...
Arthur Henry Hallam anonymously published On Some of the Characteristics of Modern Poetry, and on the Lyrical Poems of Alfred Tennyson in the Englishman's Magazine.