Richard Watson Dixon

Standard Name: Dixon, Richard Watson


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Friends, Associates Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
She was a close friend of other poets as well: Robert Bridges and Richard Watson Dixon . Her increasing literary success, by bringing her into contact with new and interesting people, eventually induced her to...
Friends, Associates William Morris
While studying at Oxford , he became a friend of Edward Burne-Jones , who introduced him to an extraordinary group of young men: William Fulford , Charles Faulkner , Cormell Price , and Richard Watson Dixon
Textual Production Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
In 1905 MEC provided the preface to The Last Poems of Richard Watson Dixon, edited by Robert Bridges . Dixon was an obscure, religious, even visionary poet. She was a keen supporter of his...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
The volume includes literary criticism on works by Richard Watson Dixon and William Butler Yeats . The memoir The Drawing-Room recalls Robert Browning 's visit to MEC 's childhood home. Recollections of Mrs. Fanny Kemble


1 January 1856: The first issue of the Oxford and Cambridge...

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1 January 1856

The first issue of the Oxford and Cambridge Magazine was published; it sold for a shilling.


Coleridge, Mary Elizabeth, and Richard Watson Dixon. “Preface”. The Last Poems of Richard Watson Dixon, edited by Robert Bridges and Robert Bridges, H. Frowde, 1905, p. iii - xv.