Algernon Charles Swinburne

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Standard Name: Swinburne, Algernon Charles

Connections

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Cultural formation Eva Gore-Booth
EGB came from a Protestant family but broke with that tradition in favour of many other spiritual pursuits. Biographer Gifford Lewis writes: even before her teens she had become, in Christian terms, godless and her...
Dedications Eliza Lynn Linton
ELL 's novel which appeared in three volumes this year as Ione, dedicated to Swinburne , was serialized in Temple Bar as Ione Stewart.
Anderson, Nancy F. Woman against Women in Victorian England. Indiana University Press, 1987.
172
Education Adrienne Rich
The girls' father also had a strong influence on their education, as he was determined that Adrienne would be a poet and Cynthia would be a novelist. The girls had the run of the family...
Education Anne Thackeray Ritchie
ATR and her sister were educated by a series of governesses in London. It was not until the arrival of Miss Truelock in 1850 that their father was finally satisfied with a governess's ability...
Education Ann Bridge
As a small child she stood out among the family for her quite exceptional naughtiness, which in later years she put down to surplus energy and dramatic ideas.
Bridge, Ann. A Family of Two Worlds. Macmillan, 1955.
141
When she began regular lessons, and...
Education H. D.
Following her withdrawal from Bryn Mawr, HD (with Pound 's assistance) embarked on an intensive independent study programme that lasted for five years. During this period she read and studied writers such as William Morris
Family and Intimate relationships Harriett Jay
Buchanan 's notorious literary and personal attack on Swinburne (titled The Fleshly School of Poetry and glancing also at Dante Gabriel Rossetti ) with the controversy which it generated, took place during his years at...
Family and Intimate relationships Mathilde Blind
In 1849, the year of his marriage, he was despatched to Paris to represent the newly formed German republican government . Following the collapse of the revolution, he became a political refugee in Belgium, and...
Fictionalization Eliza Lynn Linton
In 1878, ELL wrote to a relative, True success comes only by hard work, great courage in self-correction, and the most earnest and intense determination to succeed, not thinking that every endeavour is already success...
Friends, Associates Ouida
Aside from her mother, Ouida kept mainly male company. Her circle included (in addition to her publishers William Harrison Ainsworth and William Tinsley ) A. C. Swinburne , Richard Monckton Milnes (famed for his large...
Friends, Associates Pauline Johnson
During this visit she was invited to the home of Theodore Watts-Dunton , where she met Algernon Swinburne . When Charles G. D. Roberts met Swinburne two years later, the latter confirmed that PJ and...
Friends, Associates Dora Sigerson
After her marriage, DS became acquainted with a number of notable literary figures, including George Meredith (who wrote the introduction to The Collected Poems of Dora Sigerson Shorter, 1907), Thomas Hardy (who wrote the...
Friends, Associates Ella Hepworth Dixon
EHD considered William Heinemann , her publisher, as also a close personal friend.
Dixon, Ella Hepworth. "As I Knew Them". Huchinson, 1930.
51, 77, 187
She once attended a party in St John's Wood at the house of Karl Blind (stepfather of the poet...
Friends, Associates Emily Lawless
Lawless made a number of other friends, acquaintances, and admirers through her writing, including Margaret Oliphant , an early friend and critic, Rhoda Broughton , George Meredith , Aubrey de Vere , Mary Augusta Ward
Friends, Associates Walter Pater
From his time at BrasenoseWP knew Oscar Browning . In Oxford and London he socialized with Edmund Gosse , Algernon Charles Swinburne , Simeon Solomon , Oscar Wilde , Vernon Lee , A. Mary F. Robinson

Timeline

By 3 March 1470
Sir Thomas Malory , a political prisoner in London, most probably in the Tower, finished compiling and writing his collection of legendaryArthurian romances, Le Morte d'Arthur.
7 September 1838
Grace Darling , twenty-two-year-old daughter of the lighthouse-keeper of the Longstone light on the Outer Farne Islands off the Northumbrian coast, helped her father row out in a clumsy boat through heavy seas to rescue...
1855
John Camden Hotten , newly back from some seven years in America, established his own bookshop at 151b Piccadilly, London.
1860
The Queen Mother; Rosamund (two plays) appeared this year as Algernon Charles Swinburne 's first publication.
1865
Albert Moore exhibited his painting The Marble Seat, which was noted for its resemblance to the Elgin Marbles.
March 1865
Algernon Charles Swinburne published his well-received poetic dramaAtalanta in Calydon, based on Greek myth.
November 1865
Algernon Charles Swinburne published a five-act poetic drama about Mary Queen of Scots , Chastelard.
By 4 August 1866
Algernon Charles Swinburne published his first series of Poems and Ballads; it included Dolores.
Later 1866
Robert Williams Buchanan published an essay on Immorality in Authorship in the Fortnightly Review, and, under the pseudonym of Caliban in the Spectator, attacked Swinburne in a poem called The Session of the Poets.
1868
Frederick Startridge Ellis began his publishing career by issuing (in a single volume) parts one and two of William Morris 's poem or series of poems The Earthly Paradise.
By 4 January 1868
William Blake : A Critical Essay by Algernon Charles Swinburne appeared.
By 14 January 1871
Algernon Charles Swinburne published Songs Before Sunrise, a collection of poems.
16 May 1871
Henry S. King (husband of the poet Harriet Hamilton King ) set up the publishing firm H. S. King and Co. at 65 Cornhill, London; taken over by Charles Kegan Paul in 1877, it...
October 1871
Robert Williams Buchanan published in the Contemporary Review, under the pseudonym Thomas Maitland, his critique of what he dubbed The Fleshly School of Poetry: Mr. D. G. Rossetti.
1876
The conflict over the morality and aesthetics of verse between Robert Williams Buchanan and Algernon Charles Swinburne came to a head in a libel suit.