- Matthew Arnold's "Dover Beach, Gender, and Science Fiction. Roberts, Robin // Extrapolation (Kent State University Press);Fall92, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p245
Discusses Matthew Arnold's poem `Dover Beach.' Allusions to the poem in science fiction writing; The dilemma of an individual who must choose between two alternatives; Arnold's worldview; The poem's narrator; More.
- A NOTE ON 'DOVER BEACH,' LINES 21-23. Svensson, Lars-Hikkan // English Language Notes;Jun88, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p46
The purpose of my survey of the girdle metaphor is not to suggest that Arnold, in writing "Dover Beach," was aware of and drew on all the passages mentioned in the course of my discussion However, the distinct verbal and conceptual similarities between "Dover Beach" and some of the texts...
- Dover Beach. Arnold, Matthew // Matthew Arnold's Sohrab & Rustum & Other Poems;1/1/1910, p60
Presents the poem "Dover Beach," by Matthew Arnold. First Line: The sea is calm to-night. Last Line: Where ignorant armies clash by night.
- Dover Beach. Arnold, Matthew // Collected Classic Poems, Abercrombie to Clough;2012, p1
The poem "Dover Beach," by Matthew Arnold is presented. First Line: The sea is calm to-night, Last Line: Where ignorant armies clash by night.
- Dover Beach. Arnold, Matthew // Oxford Book of Victorian Verse;1919, p368
The poem "Dover Beach" by Matthew Arnold is presented. First Line: The sea is calm to-night, Last Line: Where ignorant armies clash by night.
- After Dover Beach: Arnold's Recast Religion. McGhee, Michael // Studies in World Christianity;1998, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p84
Presents a re-assessment of Victorian poet and critic Matthew Arnold's religious thinking in society's multicultural context. Arnold's attempt to replace traditional metaphysics with the notion of a revelatory life; General shape and direction of Arnold's essentially non-theistic,...
- THE 'BRIGHT GIRDLE' OF 'DOVER BEACH' // English Language Notes;Jun85, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p54
Discusses how Matthew Arnold's comparison of the Christian past to the "folds of a bright furled" remains the most enigmatic image in "Dover Beach."
- POEM OF THE SEA. Huntley, Dana // British Heritage;Jan2006, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p52
This article reports that SeaBritain 2005 and the National Maritime Museum in London, England, have been partnering this year with the "Magma Poetry" magazine on an interactive arts initiative. The initiative is to find the SeaBritain 2005 Favorite Poem of the Sea. Through the past months folks...
- "The World Which Seems to Lie Before Us Like a Land of Dreams?: Double Awareness and Pragmatism in Nineteenth-Century English Poetry. Ciocoi-Pop, Ana-Blanca // East-West Cultural Passage;Dec2015, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p69
As compared to their Romantic counterparts, Victorian poets refused to make emotion and reverie the milestones of their poetic outlook. Instead, building on what the age's great novelists had already achieved, they turned to reality and pragmatism in search of a new and distinct poetic voice....