John Addington Symonds


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His boyhood had been saturated with Ruskin, and he had read all the latest books: John Addington Symonds, Vernon Lee's "Euphorion," the essays of P.
Mukerjee brought ringing upper registers and sturdy baritonal lower ones, as well as crystal-clear diction to his interpretations of these four settings of John Addington Symonds originally for voice and piano (1995), but was very occasionally over-balanced by the orchestra (no fault of his, nor of Jenkinson's OSJ, but of the whole concept).
Horace Traubel edited an entire book devoted to the event, Camden's Compliment to Walt Whitman (Philadelphia: David McKay, 1889), containing the addresses that were delivered that night, Whitman's response, and testimonials by letter and wire from many writers, family members, and friends, including John Addington Symonds, William Dean Howells, John Greenleaf Whittier, William Morris, and Mark Twain.
Dicho debate, focalizado en los textos de autores como Walter Horatio Pater, Oscar Wilde o John Addington Symonds, entre otros, posibilitaron la apertura de espacios subversivos de creacion y ruptura de las definiciones hegemonicas del genero masculino.
But the criticisms directed against it are noticeably harsh: one recalls the conclusion of John Addington Symonds, that "[o]f deep thought, true taste, penetrative criticism, or delicate fancy, he [Filelfo] knew nothing.
There was a monograph, nor a collection, published in 1999 titled Gay Lives: Homosexual Autobiography from John Addington Symonds to Paul Monette, by Paul Robinson.
The essay traces the specific strategies by which writers about the Life (including John Addington Symonds, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry Adams, C.
His treatment of John Addington Symonds seems especially prescient as there are signs that Symonds is on the verge of a major critical re-evaluation, and it is extremely helpful to encounter such a serious and detailed treatment of his poetry.
John Addington Symonds, the author of Renaissance in Italy (1875-86), who knew her in Florence, numbered her among the wonders of the city: 'There is the Pitti, the Uffizi, the Bargello, the Accademia
In Plato, and especially in the Phaedrus, authors such as John Addington Symonds, Walter Pater, and Oscar Wilde find a myth that links male homosexuality to artistic and literary eminence.
18 Sexual Inversion by Havelock Ellis and John Addington Symonds, Amo Press
The letters discussed here are between the school-master and translator of Xenophon, Henry Graham Dakyns (1838-1911), the moral philosopher, Henry Sidgwick (1838-1901), and the cultural historian and writer on homosexuality, John Addington Symonds (1840-1893).