Victorian Poetry: Poetry, Poetics, and Politics

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Adams, William Bridges 127 , 128 ;
‘Coriolanus No Aristocrat’ 489 ;
The Vision. A Dramatic Sketch’ 116 , 129
alienation 438 , 468 ;
in Arnold 222 ;
of artist 98 ;
in Browning 120 , 126 , 146 , 306 , 307 ;
class 160 ;
and democracy 4 ;
in Hallam 171 ;
of intellectual 196 ;
in Tennyson 83 , 85 , 88 , 90 , 273 ;
see also labour, alienated;
language, alienated
All the Year Round337
Allen, Matthew 279 ;
Essay on the Classification of the Insane274-5
Allingham, William 3 , 178 , 204 ;
‘The Emigrant’s Dream’ 258 , 259-60 ;
Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland. A Modern Poem203 , 491 n13;
‘The Music Master’ 258 , 260 ;
‘The Pilot’s Pretty Daughter’ 258 , 259 ;
‘The Train’ 258
Allott, Kenneth, The Poems of Matthew Arnold209
Anti-Maud270-1 , 273 , 282
Apostles see Cambridge Apostles Armstrong, Tommy 132
Arnold, Matthew 2 , 8 , 67 , 108 , 137 , 156 , 196 , 232 , 234 , 294 , 306 , 308 , 384 ;
and classical form 12 , 285 , 304 ;
and Clough 38 , 165 , 166 , 173 , 178-80 , 185 , 187 , 204 , 207-10 , 231 , 508 nil;
and critical effort 157 ;
and democracy 398 , 523 n47;
and influence of Keats 169 , 506 n8, 510 n3;
liberalism of 167 , 301 ;
as modern 3 , 491 n13;
on the ‘people’ 158 , 510 n11;
and pleasure 227 ;
sea as symbol in 228 ;
on Shelley 387 , 522 n14;
see also alienation, in Browning;
Cambridge Apostles, and Arnold;
culture, Arnold on;
myth, in Arnold Works: ‘Alaric at Rome’ 207 ;
Balder Dead169 ;
‘The Church at Brou’ 217 ;
‘Consolation’ 177 , 207 ;
‘Courage’ 177 ;
Culture and Anarchy182 , 317 ;
‘Dover Beach’ 173 , 175 , 209 , 218 , 220 ;
1853 Preface 168 , 172-3 , 179 , 209 , 211 , 212 , 219 , 286 , 305 , 383 , 492 n31;
Empedocles on Etna and Other Poems166 , 168 , 170 , 173 , 177 , 207 , 208 , 209 , 211-14 , 216 , 217 , 219 , 305 , 307 , 492 n31, 511 n23;
‘A Farewell’ 173 ;
‘The Forsaken Merman’ 205-6 , 219 ;
Merope409 ;
‘The New Sirens’ 208 ;
On Translating Homer178 ;
Poems166 , 169 ;
‘Quiet Work’ 173 , 176 ;
‘Religious Isolation’ 176 ;
‘Resignation’ 207 ;
‘The Scholar Gipsy’ 166 , 171 , 206 , 207 , 219 ;
‘Self-Dependence’ 174 ;
Sohrab and Rustum176 , 177 , 207 , 217-19 , 231 ;
‘Stanzas in Memory of the Author of “Obermann” ’ 173 , 175 ;
The Strayed Reveller and Other Poems166 ;
‘Thyrsis’ 171 , 176 , 177 , 202 , 209 , 220-2 ;
‘To Marguerite - Continued’ 173 , 177 ;
‘To a Republican Friend’ 176 ;
Tristram and Iseult169-70
associationism 32-3 , 90-1 , 137 ;
Fox and 112-14 , 142 , 143 , 144 , 185 , 494 n6;
Hallam and 62-3 , 67 , 106 ;
and language 35 ;
in Tennyson 51 , 233 , 251 , 266
Athenaeum97
Austin, Alfred 396 , 461 ;
Lyrical Poems462
avant-garde 8 , 27 , 43 , 64 , 479

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