James Thomson

Standard Name: Thomson, James,, 1834 - 1882


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Intertextuality and Influence Amy Levy
AL acknowledged the influence on her poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley , Goethe , Heine , Robert Browning , Swinburne (whose poem Félise she answered in Félise to Her Lover), and James Thomson (the...
Reception Anne Ridler
AR 's edition of James Thomson rapidly went out of print, perhaps helped by the long, enthusiastic review which Geoffrey Grigson (even though he disliked Thomson) provided in the New Statesman.
Wynne-Tyson, Jon. Finding the Words: A Publishing Life. Michael Russell.
Textual Production Anne Ridler
She also sat on the committee which, under Alice Mary Smyth (later Hadfield) , was at work compiling the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations.
Ridler, Anne. Memoirs. The Perpetua Press, p. 240 pp.
While working at Faber & Faber , AR was often...


March-May 1874: James Thomson published his best known poem,...

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March-May 1874

James Thomson published his best known poem, The City of Dreadful Night, in the National Reformer.


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