The Critic's Alchemy: A Study of the Introduction of French Symbolism into England

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The Critic's
Alchemy

A STUDY OF
THE INTRODUCTION OF FRENCH SYMBOLISM INTO ENGLAND

RUTH ZABRISKIE TEMPLE

NEW YORK; TWAYNE PUBLISHERS, INC.

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The Critic's Alchemy: A Study of the Introduction of French Symbolism into England
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Acknowledgments 7
  • Preface 9
  • Contents 11
  • The Alchemy of the Word 13
  • Part One Matthew Arnold 21
  • Chapter II The Second Best 31
  • Chapter III The Better Part 49
  • Part Two Algernon Charles Swinburne 75
  • Chapter II Sweet Singers of an Elder Day 93
  • Chapter III The Noble Art of Praising 99
  • Chapter IV Poete Impressionniste 109
  • Part Three Arthur Symons 119
  • Chapter III The Critic as Translator 135
  • Chapter IV The Symbolist Movement 153
  • Chapter V La Forme Banale De L'Originalite 175
  • Part Four Sir Edmund Gosse 183
  • Chapter II Comparative Literature For the General 193
  • Chapter III Enamel and Gelatin 205
  • Chapter IV An Attendant Lord 219
  • Part Five George Moore 229
  • Chapter II George Moore, Disciple 243
  • Chapter III The Intent of the Critic 255
  • Chapter IV Appraisal 267
  • Notes 273
  • Bibliography 304
  • Appendix A 322
  • Index 331
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