Walter Savage Landor

Standard Name: Landor, Walter Savage

Connections

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death Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington
D'Orsay erected a mausoleum for her remains in the churchyard at Chambourcy near St-Germain-en-Laye. Inscriptions on her tombstone were written in English by Barry Cornwall and in Latin by Walter Savage Landor . Though...
death Jessie Ellen Cadell
She was buried, says Richard Garnett, in the cemetery which holds the remains of Mrs. Browning and Landor and Theodore Parker and so many other gifted men and women of English race.
Garnett, Richard, Omar Khayyám, and Omar Khayyám. “Introduction”. The Ruba’yat of Omar Khayam, edited by Richard Garnett, translated by. Jessie Ellen Cadell, John Lane, 1899, p. v - xxx.
xii
An article...
Family and Intimate relationships Maria Riddell
Her daughter, Anna Maria , married a naval officer, Charles Montagu Walker , and had eight children. Most of her inheritance vanished in mortgages and contested ownership. One of MR 's grandsons took an interest...
Family and Intimate relationships Emily Spender
ES 's father, Doctor John Cottle Spender , was a friend of Walter Savage Landor .
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Friends, Associates Georgiana Chatterton
In Italy GC met one of her closest friends, Helen Selina Blackwood , Caroline Norton 's elder sister.
Dering, Edward Heneage, and Georgiana Chatterton. Memoirs of Georgiana, Lady Chatterton. Hurst and Blackett, 1878.
26
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Back in England, she met and liked Walter Savage Landor .
Dering, Edward Heneage, and Georgiana Chatterton. Memoirs of Georgiana, Lady Chatterton. Hurst and Blackett, 1878.
37
She moved and entertained...
Friends, Associates Frances Power Cobbe
During her months in Florence, FPC visited the Brownings, Thomas Adolphus Trollope , and Walter Savage Landor . While there she also became a close friend of Mary Somerville .
Cobbe, Frances Power. Life of Frances Power Cobbe. Houghton, Mifflin, 1894.
2: 346-9, 358
Friends, Associates Margaret Holford
Holford seems to have cared about making influential friends, and succeeded in doing so although she lived in the provinces. She established a correspondence with Sir Walter Scott , and although their relationship got off...
Friends, Associates Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington
Marguerite Blessington met Alphonse de Lamartine and Walter Savage Landor in Florence.
Molloy, Joseph Fitzgerald. The Most Gorgeous Lady Blessington. Downey, 1896.
133, 141
Friends, Associates Mary Lamb
The Lambs also knew well members of related circles, Robert Southey , William Hazlitt , and Thomas De Quincey . In the first year of her new life Mary met William Godwin , Thomas Manning
Friends, Associates Eliza Lynn Linton
Through the theological writer Dr Robert Herbert Brabant (an early admirer of George Eliot), Lynn at this time met Walter Savage Landor , whom she had long admired, and with whom she became close friends...
Friends, Associates Jessie White Mario
While visiting Italy, JWM stayed with Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning at Casa Guidi. (Years later they had an unpleasant public debate over Italian politics.) She met Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon in Rome, beginning...
Intertextuality and Influence Caroline Chisholm
Walter Savage Landor paid tribute in his ode To Caroline Chisholm, printed in The Examiner, to her arduous . . . heaven-guided enterprise.
Kiddle, Margaret, and Sir Douglas Copland. Caroline Chisholm. Melbourne University Press, 1957.
164
Intertextuality and Influence Edith Somerville
The diary (in the possession of ES 's Coghill relations) is a wonderfully vivid and engaging text, from youth to old age. It delights in anecdote and comicality, but touches the heart with its stark...
Intertextuality and Influence Mary Boyle
Dedicated to Walter Savage Landor from his friend and admirer,
Boyle, Mary. My Portrait Gallery, and Other Poems. Privately printed by Bradbury and Evans, 1849.
prelims
the work contains several verbal portraits of MB 's acquaintances and friends.
Intertextuality and Influence Penelope Lively
The title comes from Walter Savage Landor 's stately, self-dramatising credo: Nature I loved, and next to Nature, Art (in which Landor presents this line as part of his last words or self-chosen epitaph). The...

Timeline

30 January 1775
Walter Savage Landor , poet and essayist, was born probably at Ipsley Court, Warwick.
1795
Walter Savage Landor 's first publication, Poems, appeared; he later suppressed this publication.
After February 1806
Walter Savage Landor published Simonidea, which included the well-known poemRose Aylmer.
March 1824-May 1829
Walter Savage Landor published Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen.
March 1836
Walter Savage Landor published Pericles and Aspasia, a collection of imaginary letters between the Athenian statesman and the learned and cultivated courtesan.
17 September 1864
Walter Savage Landor , poet and essayist, died in Florence, Italy, and was buried in the English Cemetery there.