Algernon Swinburne: The Critical Heritage

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NOTES
1.
The Swinburne Letters (1959-62), ed. Cecil Y. Long, i, 17, hereafter cited as ‘Lang’.
2.
Now accessible in New Writings by Swinburne (1964), ed. Cecil Y. Lang.
3.
Lang, iii, 12.
4.
Reviews, as mentioned, London Review, 8 April 1865, x, 382-3; Fortnightly Review, 15 May 1865, i, 75-80; Athenaeum, 1 April 1865, 450-1; Spectator, 15 April 1865, xxxviii, 412-14; Edinburgh Review, July 1865, cxxii, 202-16. For the statement about Lord de Tabley see Hugh Walker, John B. Leicester Warren, Lord de Tabley (1903), 13, 46, 52.
5.
Maurice Baring, The Puppet Show of Memory (1923), 112.
6.
Nation, 9 November 1865, i, 590-1.
7.
North American Review, April 1866, cii, 544-55; reprinted in My Study Windows (1871).
8.
Sir Edward Cook, The Life of Florence Nightingale (1913), ii, 95.
9.
‘The Young Men’, Contemporary Review, February 1894, lxv, 177-88.
10.
According to T. J. Wise, Atalanta went through two English editions in 1865, one in 1866, 1868, and 1875, and sixteen between 1879 and 1917.
11.
Lang, i, 142.
12.
William Tinsley, Random Recollections of an Old Publisher (1900), i, 232-3.
13.
Letters to Macmillan, ed. Simon Nowell-Smith (1967), 95-6. The verses mentioning Macmillan are printed in my Swinburne’s Literary Career and Fame (1933), 44; they previously appeared in T. J. Wise’s Ashley Library, vi, 187.
14.
Reader, 2 December 1865, vi, 621-2.
15.
London Review, 9 December 1865, xi, 621-2; Spectator, 2 December 1865, xxxviii, 1342-4; Athenaeum, 23 December 1865, 880-1; Gentleman’s Magazine, March 1866, ccxx, 398 ff.; Fortnightly Review, 15 April 1866, iv, 533-43.
16.
Saturday Review, 26 May 1866, xxi, 623-5.
17.
Nation, 18 January 1866, 83-4.
18.
Spectator, 31 March 1866, xxxix, 356-8; Pall Mall Gazette (in its review of Chastelard), 27 April 1866, 11-12; Westminster Review, July 1866, lxxxvi, 277.
19.
Letters of George Meredith (1913), i, 183.
20.
Lang, i, 139-40, note 1.
21.
Lang, i, 141.
22.
Quoted by Lang, i, 141, note 2.
23.
A later favourable article, unsigned but by John Skelton, appeared in Fraser’s Magazine, November 1866, lxxiv, 635-48.
24.
Quoted in George S. Hellman, The True Stevenson (1925), 120.
25.
Le Gallienne, in his review in the North American Review, 19 October 1906, clxxxiii, 793-5; Douglas in an article in Chamber’s Cyclopœdia of English Literature (1903), iii, 672-80.
26.
Lang, i, 122.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • General Editor's Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Notes xlv
  • Acknowledgments l
  • Note on the Text li
  • The Queen-Mother and Rosamond 1
  • 1 - Unsigned Notice, Spectator 1
  • 2 - Unsigned Notice, Athenaeum 2
  • Some Views of the Young Swinburne 3
  • Atalanta in Calydon 9
  • 4 - Unsigned Review, Saturday Review 9
  • Chastelard 17
  • 5 - Unsigned Review, Athenaeum 17
  • Poems and Ballads 22
  • 6 - John Morley, Saturday Review 22
  • 7 - Robert Buchanan, Athenaeum 30
  • 8 - Unsigned Review, London Review 35
  • 9 - Buchanan: 'The Session of the Poets', Spectator 39
  • 10 - Henry Morley, Examiner 42
  • 11 - Swinburne Defends His Poems 49
  • 12 - W. M. Rossetti, Swinburne's Poems and Ballads 57
  • 13 - Alfred Austin: 'Mr. Swinburne' 92
  • Obiter Dicta by Contemporary Men of Letters 112
  • 14(a) - Alfred Tennyson 112
  • 14(b) - Robert Browning 114
  • 14(c) - Matthew Arnold 116
  • 14(d) - Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson 118
  • 14(e) - John Ruskin 120
  • 14(f) - William Morris 123
  • 14(g) - George Meredith 124
  • 14(h) - Edward Lytton Bulwer-Lytton 125
  • Songs Before Sunrise 127
  • 15 - Unsigned Review, Saturday Review 127
  • 16 - Unsigned Review, Edinburgh Review 133
  • 17 - Franz Hüffer, Academy 139
  • 18 - Swinburne on Robert Buchanan's Self-Revelations 146
  • 19 - A. C. Hilton: 'Octopus' 156
  • 20 - E. C. Stedman on Swinburne 158
  • Erechtheus 163
  • 21 - John Addington Symonds, Review, Academy 163
  • 22 - W. K. Clifford on Songs Before Sunrise 170
  • Poems and Ballads: Second Series 177
  • 23 - Theodore Watts, Athenaeum 177
  • 24 - Maupassant on Swinburne 185
  • 25 - F. W. H. Myers on Swinburne's Weltanschauung 188
  • 26 - George Saintsbury: 'Mr. Swinburne' 198
  • 27 - William Morton Payne: 'Algernon Charles Swinburne' 207
  • 28 - An Imaginary Correspondence 213
  • 29 - Swinburne: a Backward Glance 215
  • 30 - Oliver Elton: 'Mr. Swinburne's Poems' 218
  • 31 - Max Beerbohm: 'No. 2 the Pines' 233
  • Index 251
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