Lionel Trilling and the Critics: Opposing Selves

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Acknowledgments of Sources

Robert Morss Lovett, “The Mind of Matthew Arnold,” is reprinted with permission from The Nation magazine, 11 March 1939, 297–98. © The Nation Company, L. P.

Jacques Barzun, “Trilling’s Matthew Arnold,” is reprinted from Columbia University Quarterly 31 (March 1939): 69–71.

Edmund Wilson, “Uncle Matthew,” is reprinted from The New Republic 98 (22 March 1939): 194.

John Middleton Murry’s piece is excerpted from “Lionel Trilling’s Matthew Arnold,” Poets, Critics, Mystics: A Selection of Criticisms Written between 1919 and 1955 by John Middleton Murry, ed. Richard Rees (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1970), 69–77. Originally published as “Matthew Arnold Today,” Times Literary Supplement, 11 March 1939, 148, 150.

William Phillip’s piece is excerpted from “Whitman and Arnold,” which first appeared in Partisan Review 6, no. 3 (spring 1939): 116–17.

Robert Penn Warren, “Arnold vs. the Nineteenth Century,” was first published in The Kenyon Review, o.s. 1, no. 2 (spring 1939): 217–21.© 1939 by Kenyon College.

Edward Sackville-West, “The Modern Dilemma,” is reprinted from The Spectator, 28 April 1939, 716.

T. Sturge Moore, review of Matthew Arnold, is reprinted from English 2 (summer 1939): 386–87.

John Peale Bishop, “Matthew Arnold Again,” is reprinted from Collected Essays of John Peale Bishop (New York: Scribner’s, 1948), 353–56.

David Daiches’s review is reprinted from Accent 4 (spring 1943): 61–62.

Morton Dauwen Zabel, “A Forster Revival,” is reprinted with permission from The Nation magazine, 7 August 1943, 158–59. © The Nation Company, L. P.

Clifton Fadiman, “E. M. Forster,” originally appeared in The New Yorker, 14 August 1943, 68–69. Copyright © 1943, 1971 by Clifton Fadiman. This usage granted by permission.

George Mayberry, “The Forster Revival,” is reprinted from The New Republic 109 (6 September 1943): 341.

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