AN UNRECORDED LETTER FROM MATTHEW ARNOLD TO WILLIAM PARSONS ATKINSON
- AN UNPUBLISHED MATTHEW ARNOLD LETTER. Monteiro, George // American Notes & Queries;Jan64, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p71
Presents the text of an unpublished letter written by poet Matthew Arnold.
- An unpublished Matthew Arnold letter. Foley, Timothy P. // Notes & Queries;Jun98, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p219
Focuses on an unpublished letter which was written on July 21, 1849 by Matthew Arnold, the Marquis of Lansdowne, to the former Mayor of Cork, Richard Dowden. Contents of the letter; Where the letter is being kept.
- Mat Arnold's burnt hand: An unpublished early Matthew Arnold letter. Baker, William // Notes & Queries;Sep94, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p358
Focuses on an unpublished early letter in April 1837 by Matthew Arnold to his parents concerning his burnt hand. Park Honan's book `Matthew Arnold A Life'; Arnold's accidental burning of his hand after playing with a firearm; Arnold's assurance to his parents regarding the condition of his...
- A new Matthew Arnold letter. Murray, Nicholas // Notes & Queries;Mar99, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p55
Focuses on the discovery of an unpublished letter from Matthew Arnold, in the family album of the Reverend William Bourne, in which Arnold recalled his experience of Bourne as an assistant curate at Harrow Parish Church between 1871 and 1872. Background information about Arnold's main phase of...
- MATTHEW ARNOLD: TWO NEW LETTERS. Fullerton, Carol W. // Notes & Queries;Sep1988, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p330
The article focuses on two letters by author Matthew Arnold. The letters provide a gloss on Arnold's interest in Canadian literature and on his encouragement of a young Canadian writer. During Arnold's first lecture tour of North America, in the winter of 1883-4, he wrote to George Stewart Jr,...
- MATTHEW ARNOLD AS HELPER: LETTER TO A YOUNG TEACHER. Middlebro', Tom // Notes & Queries;Sep1985, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p364
The article provides information on a letter from Matthew Arnold to Thomas Holmes Middlebro, a young Canadian teaching at the Orillia High School and planning to enter medicine at the University of Toronto. T. H. Middlebro' left teaching to become a medical student in the autumn of 1888. He...
- CORRESPONDENCE. Van Loon, Hendrik Willem; Brewer, James L.; Walker, Adelaide; Leonard, Chilson H.; Braver-Mann, B. G. // New Republic;12/2/31, Vol. 69 Issue 887, p73
Presents various letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Comment Edmund Wilson's letter to journalist Walter Lippmann on the issue of the illiterates of the Second Avenue, Manhattan, New York City; Opinion on the article "Red Ship," by Laim O'Flaherty,...
- MATTHEW ARNOLD'S LITERATURE AND DOGMA, THE CORNHILL MAGAZINE, AND CENSORSHIP. Super, R. H. // Notes & Queries;Jun1989, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p187
This article presents a literary analysis of Matthew Arnold's book "Literature and Dogma." This is a letter of September 16, 1872 from writer Leslie Stephen to his wife. Two installments of the work appeared in the "Cornhill Magazine," in July and October 1871, the latter ending with the promise...
- Rhyming briefs. Bernstein, David // Design Week;1/29/2009, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p12
The article presents an untitled poem by Matthew Arnold. First Line: The poet, said a poet, is the true; Last Line: Arouse our senses, experiencer of change.