Arthur Hugh Clough: The Critical Heritage

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xi
PREFACE xiii
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE xvi
INTRODUCTION 1
The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich (1848)
1 MATTHEW ARNOLD to Clough 1848 28
2 THACKERAY to Clough 1848 30
3 Notice in Spectator 1848 31
4 EDWARD QUILLINAN to Henry Crabb Robinson 1849 32
5 EMERSON to Clough 1849 33
6 J. A. FROUDE to Clough 1849 34
7 CHARLES KINGSLEY, review in Fraser’s Magazine 1849 37
8 EMERSON, review in Massachusetts Quarterly Review 1849 47
9 Review in Literary Gazette 1849 49
10 ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING to Miss Mitford 1849 53
11 W. M. ROSSETTI, review in the Germ 1850 54
12 WILLIAM WHEWELL, review in North British Review 1853 65
13 MATTHEW ARNOLD, from On Translating Homer 1861 69
Ambarvalia (1849)
14 MATTHEW ARNOLD to Clough 1847-9 71
15 Review in Spectator 1849 74
16 Review in Athenaeum 1849 76
17 Review in Guardian 1849 78
18 Review in Literary Gazette 1849 85
19 JOHN CONINGTON (?), from a review in Fraser’s Magazine 1849 88
20 Review in Rambler 1849 93
21 Review in Prospective Review 1850 98
Two tributes (1861)
22 A Commemorative Appreciation in Saturday Review 1861 101
23 MATTHEW ARNOLD’S Oxford Tribute 1861 106

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