Algernon Swinburne: The Critical Heritage

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Contents
PREFACE pagexi
INTRODUCTION xiii
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS l
NOTE ON THE TEXT li
The Queen-Mother and Rosamond (1860)
1 Unsigned notice in Spectator 1861 1
2 Unsigned notice in Athenaeum 1861 2
Some Views of the Young Swinburne (1860s)
3 (a) Henry Adams 3
(b) Georgiana Burne-Jones 6
(c) Bayard Taylor 7
Atalanta in Calydon (1865)
4 Unsigned review in Saturday Review 1865 9
Chastelard (1865)
5 Unsigned review in Athenaeum 1865 17
Poems and Ballads (1866)
6 JOHN MORLEY in Saturday Review 1866 22
7 ROBERT BUCHANAN in Athenaeum 1866 30
8 Unsigned review in London Review 1866 35
9 BUCHANAN: ‘The Session of the Poets’ in Spectator 1866 39
10 HENRY MORLEY in Examiner 1866 42
11 SWINBURNE defends his poems 1866 49
12 W. M. ROSSETTI: Swinburne’s Poems and Ballads 1866 57
13 ALFRED AUSTIN: ‘Mr. Swinburne’ 1870 92
Obiter Dicta by Contemporary Men of Letters
14(a) ALFRED TENNYSON 112
(b) ROBERT BROWNING 114
(c) MATTHEW ARNOLD 116

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