Arthur Symons

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Noun1.Arthur Symons - English poet (1865-1945)
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Wicklow), Arthur Symons (his Aran essay in Cities and Sea-coasts and Islands, 1896, written after his visit to Ireland with W.
His critical edition of Arthur Symons' The Symbolist Movement in Literature was published by Fyfield-Carcanet in 2014.
Sherry traces Wilson's views back to Arthur Symons's displacement of decadence by symbolism, under William Butler Yeats s strong influence, in The Symbolist Movement in Literature (1899).
The problem began with Arthur Symons, the magazine's editor.
The aforementioned sections are balanced with "English Decadence" as well as with an exclusive commentary on Arthur Symons's spokesmanship in a "Decadent Movement in Literature".
Tucked away in the extensive papers of the Welsh poet Arthur Symons, the 23 watercolours had been gathering dust at Princeton University since 1951.
Oscar Wilde preciously proclaimed, "the first duty of life is to be as artificial as possible." (7) And his contemporary Arthur Symons, author of "Maquillage" and "A Word on Behalf of Patchouli," praised a chromatic countenance: "Divinely rosy rouged, your face / Smiles, with its painted little mouth, / Half tearfully, a quaint grimace." (8)
Arthur Symons (1865-1945) remarked that her acting was an intentional criticism.
It is also fitting since, as Freeman points out in his fascinating and richly detailed introduction, literary figures such as George Sims, Henry James, and Arthur Symons actually anticipated the theorizing and interdisciplinary nature of urban studies in the mid- to late twentieth century by using 'a constantly evolving blend of ideas from a variety of sources' to represent and engage with the city (p.
In these notes the poets picked out for praise and commentary are William Watson, John Davidson, Richard Le Gallienne, Arthur Symons, Francis Thompson, and Michael Field.
Although most of her work appeared earlier, Mathilde Blind was taken up as something of a cause during the Nineties, with writers usually associated with the era, for example, Arthur Symons, promoting her work.