Matthew Arnold

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Noun1.Matthew Arnold - English poet and literary critic (1822-1888)Matthew Arnold - English poet and literary critic (1822-1888)
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For though what may be called professed Wordsworthians, including Matthew Arnold, found a value in all that remains of him-- could read anything he wrote, "even the 'Thanksgiving Ode,'-- everything, I think, except 'Vaudracour and Julia,'"--yet still the decisiveness of such selections as those made by Arnold himself, and now by Professor Knight, hint at a certain very obvious difference of level in his poetic work.
Doesn't Matthew Arnold say that somewhere--or is it Swinburne, or Pater?
Hayward talked of Richard Feverel and Madame Bovary, of Verlaine, Dante, and Matthew Arnold. In those days Fitzgerald's translation of Omar Khayyam was known only to the elect, and Hayward repeated it to Philip.
"But whenever I hear of Shelley I repeat to myself the words of Matthew Arnold,
For a sonnet on Stevenson he managed to wring two dollars out of a Boston editor who was running a magazine with a Matthew Arnold taste and a penny-dreadful purse.
(Matthew Arnold, Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse)[Quotation]
It was listed by Matthew Arnold of Netter Real Estate and sold by Arnold and his Netter colleague Renee Mannella.
Both the Romantic-era poet Giacomo Leopardi (1798-1837) and the Victorian bastion of "culture" Matthew Arnold have been lauded as pioneers of modernism.
Wonder if high school students these days still study and read the classics of world literature like Sohrab and Rustum, written by the English poet, critic and professor Matthew Arnold based on a Syrian legend.
Matthew Arnold and English Education: The Poet's Pioneering Advocacy in Middle Class Instruction
This brings me to K Clements, who reminds me of the Victorian/ Liberal establishment ideology that persuaded our country (with the acceptance of the Blue Book treachery) that Welsh was socially retrograde and that its demise would be "socially desirable" (Matthew Arnold).