Arthur Hugh Clough: The Critical Heritage

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1819

Clough born 1 January, at Liverpool

1822-8

Lived in Charleston, South Carolina

1829-37

At Rugby, under Dr Arnold

1837-48

At Oxford as student (Balliol) and Fellow (Oriel). Published A Considerations of Objections against the Retrenchment Association (1847). With Emerson in Paris during the 1848 Revolution. Resigned Fellowship in 1848.

1848

The Bothie of Toper-na-Fuosich [later Tober-na-Vuolich] (November)

1849

Ambarvalia, with Thomas Burbidge (January) The Bothie published in America In Rome during the French siege of the Roman Republic Wrote Amours de Voyage

1850

In Venice. Wrote most of Dipsychus

1851-2

In charge of University Hall and Professor of English Language and Literature at University College, London

1852

Left University Hall, went in October to America (New England)

1853

Returned from America in July. Married. Became Examiner in the Education Office, London

1858

Amours de Voyage, serially in the Atlantic Monthly (February-May)

1861

Travelled in Europe for the sake of his health, worked on Mari Magno. Died at Florence, 13 November

1862

Poems by Arthur Hugh Clough, with a Memoir by F. T. Palgrave: first printing of Amours de Voyage in England. The Poems of Arthur Hugh Clough, with a Memoir by Charles Eliot Norton (Boston)

1865

Letters and Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough (For private circulation): first printing of Dipsychus and ‘Easter Day’

1869

The Poems and Prose Remains of Arthur Hugh Clough, with a Selection from his Letters, edited, with a Memoir, by his wife

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