The Life of Algernon Charles Swinburne

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INDEX
The initials A.C.S. in this index represent the subject of the biography.
ABERYSTWITH, A.C.S. at, 158
Acland, Sir Henry, 50-1
Acon and Rhodope ( Landor), 21
Adams, C., on A.C.S.'s bird-like appearance in 1862, 286
Adieux à Marie Stuart, verses by A.C.S., 124-5, 257
Adonais ( Shelley), 167
Æolus, poem by A.C.S., 335
Æschylus, 109; A.C.S.'s knowledge of, 110, and study of, 206
Age, The, of Shakespeare, unfinished book, by A.C.S, 223, 333
Aholibah, poem by A.C.S, probable date of, 144 n.
Ainger, Canon, 275
Airlie, Blanche, Countess of, 203
Alaham ( Greville), 270 & n.
Albigenses, A.C.S's planned poem on, 56-7
Alison, Dr., 170
American Editions of Poems and Ballads, 162
Amours, Les, d'Hippolyte ( Desportes ), 130
Anactoria, poem by A.C.S, 137, 155
Angel in the House ( Patmore), 131
Appeal to England, pamphlet by A.C.S, 174, 175, 291
Arden of Feversham, 290, 298
Ariosto's poems early known to A.C.S, 337
Armada, The, poem by A.C.S, 273
Army life, A.C.S's desire for, 28-9
Arnold, Matthew, A.C.S's compliment to, 143; article on, by A.C.S, 53; phrase used by, on A.C.S, 314; lectures by, on Poetry, effect of, 108; Literature and Dogma, by, effect of, on A.C.S, 309-10; Oxford Poems by, 36, 135, 167; prose writings of, 135; Taine's opinion on, 202; Tristram and Iseult, poem by, 260
Art, L', d'être grand-père ( Hugo), effect of, on A.C.S, 304
Arts Club, 140, 198-9
Arundell family, 121-2
Ashburnham family, characteristics of, 1, 4, 307
Ashburnham, 4th Earl of, uncle of A.C.S; value of his library to the poet, 80
Ashburnham, Earls of, 4
Ashburnham, Lady Jane Henrietta, see under Swinburne
Ashburnham, Lady Katherine, cousin of A.C.S, 22, 323
Ashburnham, General the Hon. Thomas, uncle of A.C.S, 32
Ashburnham Place, Battle, A.C.S's visits to, 80, and behaviour at, 199
Ashburton, Lady, and Pauline, Lady Trevelyan, 325-6
Ashcliffe, Bonchurch, A.C.S at, 337
Ashclield House, West Malvern, A.C.S at, 223
Asquith, Rt. Hon. H. H., meeting of, with A.C.S, 213
Astrophel, poem by A.C.S, dedicated to Morris, 276
At a Month's End, poem by A.C.S, 242

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