Citations with the tag: ARNOLD, Matthew, 1822-1888
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- 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.
- Translation in Arnold's Empedocles.
Wallace, Jennifer; College, Clare // Essays in Criticism; Oct95, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p301
Analyzes poet Arnold Matthew's attitude towards translation. Arnold's ambiguous attitude to translation; Preference for the idea of internal penetration; Desiring comprehension and stillness; Representation of life in poetry; Concept of translation as cure.
- Arnoldian ethnology.
Pecora, Vincent P. // Victorian Studies; Spring98, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p355
Examines the concept of culture according to Matthew Arnold. Problems with Arnold's confusion and inconsistent approach to the relations between race and culture; Opposition between Hellen and Hebrew in Arnold's writings; Distinction between a higher and disinterested curiosity linked to the...
- AN UNPUBLISHED MATTHEW ARNOLD LETTER.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Presents the text of an unpublished letter written by poet Matthew Arnold.
- Hebraism and Hellenism reconsidered.
Feldman, Louis H. // Judaism; Spring94, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p115
Discusses Matthew Arnold's 1869 essay `Hebraism and Hellenism' examining its view on the historical coexistence of the Greek and Jewish cultures. Differentiating characteristics of both cultures; Hellenic and Hebraic concepts of morality and religious practice; Concepts of time.
Feldman, Louis H. // Deconstruction, Imperialism & the West Indian Novel; 1996, p137
A list of books related to West Indian novels is presented which include "Imperialism: Part Two of the Origins of Totalitarianism," by Hannah Arendt, "Culture and Anarchy: An Essay in Political and Social Criticism," by Matthew Arnold and edited by lan Gregor and "The Dialogic Imagination," by...
- Matthew Arnold.
Thesing, William B. // Victorian Poetry; Autumn93, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p264
Presents a review of books and other literary works dealing with Matthew Arnold. Resurgence of interest in all aspects of Arnold's life and works; `Selected Letters of Matthew Arnold'; `The Essential Matthew Arnold.'
- Matthew Arnold.
MacHann, Clinton // Victorian Poetry; Fall2001, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p428
Examines the important writings of Matthew Arnold that tackles on religious criticisms. Idea of writing; Poetry of old Israel; Production of critical essays.
- Matthew Arnold's School Inspections PART I.
Hopkinson, David // History Today; Jan79, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p29
Part I. Offers a look at the job of poet Matthew Arnold as a government inspector of schools in England. His duties as an inspector; Details on the conduction of inspections; His accomplishments.
- Philhellenism and antisemitism: Matthew Arnold and his German models.
Gossman, Lionel // Comparative Literature; Winter94, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p1
Discusses Matthew Arnold's criticism of Hebraism. Historical connection between philhellenism and anti-Judaism; Basis of German neohumanism; Anti-Judaism of Georg W.F. Hegel and Friedrich Nietzsche; Romantic revolt against Enlightenment; `Culture and Anarchy'; Twin motors of history and...
- 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.
- Matthew Arnold.
Machann, Clinton // Victorian Poetry; Aut/Win95, Vol. 33 Issue 3/4, p513
Discusses 1994 publications on the works of Matthew Arnold. Includes the reprinting of the 1869 edition of `Culture and Anarchy,' by the Yale University Press; Relevance of Arnold's book to debates about culture; Paper entitled `Arnold, Critic of Ideology,' by Eugene Goodheart on Arnold's...
- Chronological List of Arnold's Works.
Castleman, Justus Collins // Matthew Arnold's Sohrab & Rustum & Other Poems; 1/1/1910, p12
Presents a chronological list of Arnold's works.
- The Song of Callicles.
Arnold, Matthew // Oxford Book of Victorian Verse; 1919, p365
The lyrics to the song "The Song of Callicles" by Matthew Arnold are presented. First Line: Through the black, rushing smoke-bursts, Last Line: The stars in their calm.
- From the Hymn of Empedocles.
Arnold, Matthew // Oxford Book of Victorian Verse; 1919, p389
The lyrics to the song "From the Hymn of Empedocles" by Matthew Arnold are presented. First Line: Is it so small a thing; Last Line: despair.
- MATTHEW ARNOLD: COMPARATIVE EDUCATOR AND ADVOCATE OF A EUROPEAN FRAME OF MIND.
Rapple, Brendan A. // Contemporary Review; Apr1991, Vol. 258 Issue 1503, p190
Pays tribute to the late comparative educator Matthew Arnold.
- 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...
- Matthew Arnold and us.
Gross, John // Commentary; Jul94, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p38
Examines poet and critic Matthew Arnold's `Culture and Anarchy,' a book on the defense of high culture against the depredations of modernity. Popularity of both author and book in literary milleau of the 1860s; Philosophies on events, personalities and culture; View on `great men of culture';...
- Matthew Arnold's `Tristam and Iseult': Greater significance than love and death.
Lambdin, Laura // Philological Quarterly; Fall94, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p431
Discusses Matthew Arnold's moral stances concerning medieval civilization using the elements employed in his poem, `Tristam and Iseult.' Arnold's concern with moderation; Discussion of the poem's theme as demonstrated in the characters' response to love and death.
- Matthew Arnold.
Machann, Clinton // Victorian Poetry; Fall2000, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p404
Presents several books and essays about Victorian poet Matthew Arnold. 'Matthew Arnold: The Critical Legacy,' by Laurence W. Mazzeno; 'Matthew Arnold and His Critics: A Study of Arnold's Controversies,' by Sidney Coulling; 'Bibliography of Matthew Arnold 1932-1970,' by Vincent Tollers.
- "Where ignorant armies clash by night" and the Sikh Rebellion: A Contemporary Source for Matthew Arnold's Night-Battle Imagery.
Kokernot, Walter H. // Victorian Poetry; Spring2005, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p99
The article focuses on the literary work of a poet Matthew Arnold. The probability that Arnold drew on the conflict with the Sikhs matches up nicely. Arnold, witnessing a new Sikh war breaking out just two years later, must have sensed a keen irony. However, no-one can say for certain how "Dover...
- Nationalism, human rights, and interpretation.
Said, Edward W. // Raritan; Winter93, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p26
Views on nationalism, human rights and interpretation described in the essay `Culture and Anarchy' by Matthew Arnold. Effect of Arnold's cosmopolitan cultural outlook; Arnold's identification of the State with culture; Ideas about culture share with nationalists and patriots.
- Culture and anarchy today.
Marcus, Steven // Southern Review; Summer93, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p433
Analyzes the ideas in the book `Culture and Anarchy' by Matthew Arnold and its merits in today's society. Context of `Culture and Anarchy'; Arnold's views on culture and its applicability today; Culture as seeking to do away with classes; Argument of cultural relativism; `Culture and Anarchy'...
- THE RIDDLE OF MATTHEW ARNOLD.
Caraganis, Lynn // New Yorker; 9/29/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 32, p38
The article describes the life and works of the poet and journalist, Matthew Arnold. Arnold was a regular contributor to the "New World Spectator." Some of the poems made by Arnold are described. Arnold's vacation in Bermuda in 1922 is described. Arnold considered 1992 as the most dangerous year...
- The free play of thought.
Wall, James M. // Christian Century; 04/23/97, Vol. 114 Issue 14, p403
Reflects on the view of 19th-century British poet and critic, Matthew Arnold, concerning how to direct free play of thought on subjects that had been petrified by opinion. Stridency and passion behind influential radio and television talk shows; Necessity of developing in citizens' an ability...
- A wish.
Wall, James M. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 2/19/2005, Vol. 330 Issue 7488, p388
Presents a poem by Matthew Arnold, English critic and poet on the failure to diagnose an illness.
- Matthew Arnold and the Novel.
Ricks, Christopher // Salmagundi; Fall2001, Issue 132, p76
This article analyzes the literary style of critic Matthew Arnold. Many criticisms were aimed at the points of views that Matthew took. Within this article it shows that though he took many criticism hits but what he wrote was genuine and that point could not have been argued with. His passion...
- MATTHEW ARNOLD, BISHOP JOSEPH BUTLER, AND THE FOUNDATION OF RELIGIOUS FAITH.
Harris, Terry G. // Victorian Studies; Winter88, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p189
Presents a critical analysis of the religious writings of Matthew Arnold and its comparison with Joseph Butler. Characterization of the writings of Arnold; Details on the interest of Arnold in the writings of Butler; Discussion on the religious thoughts of Arnold and Butler.
- SWEETNESS AND LIGHT--A MISQUOTATION.
Harris, Terry G. // American Notes & Queries; Jun73, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p150
Talks about the textual and bibliographical misquotation of sweetness and light in Matthew Arnold's poem 'Literature and Dogma.' Concept of sweetness and light.
- An Elocutionist Saves Matthew Arnold's Tour; or The Ungrateful Matthew Arnold.
Crocker, Lionel // Western Speech; Summer1966, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p189
Focuses on the lecture tour of speech educator Matthew Arnold in the U.S. Delivery of 100 lectures; Ability to get across American audience.
- Affiliated to the Future? Culture, the Celt, and Matthew Arnold's Utopianism.
Griffin, Michael J. // Utopian Studies; 2007, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p325
The author reflects on the notions of culture and Celticism and argues that such essentialist notions were by-products of a utopian process best illustrated in author Matthew Arnold's connection of the two. According to the author, Arnold's utopian thought sought to find its model in a Hellenic...
- Culture, the academy, and the police; or reading Matthew Arnold in `our present unsettled state.'(n1).
Phillips, Jerry // College Literature; Fall98, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p109
Assesses the contemporary ideological significance of Matthew Arnold. Ways of investigating the controversy of Arnold's contemporary relevance; Arnold's concept of culture; Details on his writings.
- A Short Life of Arnold.
None // Matthew Arnold's Sohrab & Rustum & Other Poems; 3/1/2006, p2
This article discusses Matthew Arnold, poet and critic, who was born in the village of Laleham, Middlesex County, England, December 24, 1822. Arnold's prose works, aside from his letters, consist wholly of critical essays, in which he has dealt fearlessly with the greater issues of his day. It...
- In Defense of Biography: Versions of Marguerite and Why She Really Does Matter.
Bell, Bill // Victorian Newsletter; Fall1991, Issue 80, p34
The article focuses on Wendell Harris's essay "The Lure of Biography: Who Was Marguerite and To Whom Does It Matter." In the essay, he reveals some of the underlying use of historical evidence found in Mathew Arnold's poetry, particularly with the character of Marguerite in his "Marguerite"...
- THE PHOENETIC SYMBOLISM OF ARNOLD'S 'WRAGG IS IN CUSTODY'
Frazer, June M. // American Notes & Queries; Sep/Oct82, Vol. 21 Issue 1/2, p13
Analyzes the phonetic symbolism of the phrase Wragg is in custody and the reaction of poet Matthew Arnold to its occurrence and setting. Description of the phrase by Arnold; Manifestation of inhumanity in the setting of the phrase according to Arnold; Domain of phonetic symbolism.
- "RUGBY CHAPEL" AND TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL-DAYS.
Peterson, William S. // English Language Notes; Mar66, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p204
The article critiques the poem "Rugby Chapel," by Matthew Arnold.
REVILLE, JOHN C. // America; 12/30/1922, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p256
The article features English writer Matthew Arnold and his works. Arnold used to be an authority on matters such as canons of criticism and poetry. He also played a significant role in increasing appreciation of Celtic literature among those belonging to his generation. Culture is said to have...
- �Poetry is the Reality�: Matthew Arnold Tackles the Athletes of Logic (and Theory).
Caufield, James Walter // Cambridge Quarterly; Sep2010, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p237
For more than thirty years the ideas of Matthew Arnold have endured sustained and sometimes violent criticism at the hands of New Left and postcolonial thinkers. The roots of this criticism, however, are already discernible among Arnold's fellow Victorian men of letters. This essay traces the...
- THE FORSAKEN MERMAN.
Caufield, James Walter // Children's Second Book of Poetry; 1915, p150
The poem "The Forsaken Merman," by Matthew Arnold is presented. First Line: COME, dear children, let us away; Last Line: The kings of the sea."
- Critical opinion.
Bell, Bill // Essays in Criticism; Jul97, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p203
Critiques the role of Matthew Arnold in University English. View that any history of the teaching of English literature must begin with Arnold; Examination of the rise-of-English-Arnold; Perceptions of Arnold which was influenced by Raymond Williams's book `Culture and Society.'
- A SOURCE FOR ARNOLD'S TAKE OF MERLIN AND VIVIAN.
Davis, Mary Byrd // English Language Notes; Dec76, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p120
Focuses on the characters of Melvin and Vivian in the book 'Tristam and Iseult,' by Matthew Arnold. Inclusion of bibliography in the preliminaries; Failure to complete supplementary materials; Sources of the characters of the book.
- AN UNRECORDED LETTER FROM MATTHEW ARNOLD TO WILLIAM PARSONS ATKINSON.
Godshalk, William Leigh // English Language Notes; Dec79, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p124
Features the unrecorded letter of professor Matthew Arnold to fellow educator William Parsons Atkinson. Content of the letter; Change in the attitude of Matthew towards Atkinson; Development on the intimacy of the friendship between the educators caused by the possible visit of Atkinson in...
- LITERATURE AND POWER.
Trilling, Lionel // Kenyon Review; Winter89, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p119
Discusses the relevance of literature to modern society, associating its function with a response to the diminution of the power of religion. Oxford professor of poetry Matthew Arnold as shaper of English academic profession; Belief of author H.V. Routh that literature has a spiritual function.
- 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...
- THE GOOD SHEPHERD WITH THE KID.
ARNOLD, MATTHEW // World's Best Poetry, Volume 4, The Higher Life; 1/1/1904, p42
The poem "The Good Shepherd With the Kid," by Matthew Arnold, is presented. First Line: He saves the sheep, the goats he doth not save. Last Line: And on his shoulders, not a lamb, a kid.
ARNOLD, MATTHEW // World's Best Poetry, Volume 4, The Higher Life; 1/1/1904, p80
The poem "Desire," by Matthew Arnold, is presented. First Line: Thou, who dost dwell alone; Last Line: Save, O, save!
- The Child and the Fairies.
ARNOLD, MATTHEW // Posy Ring: A Book of Verse for Children; 1/1/1903, p151
The poem "The Child and the Fairies," by Arnold Matthew is presented. First Line: The woods are full of fairies! Last Line: And curtsey with its knees!
- LITERARY RECOLLECTIONS OF MAX MUELLER.
CHUBB, EDWIN WATTS // Stories of Authors, British & American; 1/1/1910, p35
The article focuses on a good-looking young man, strong, and manly Matthew Arnold. It mentions that Arnold was an undergraduate at Oxford, England and sometimes he saw himself surrounded by judges, ministers, and bishops. It states that the people were very inconsiderate and there was no doubt...
- Arnold's "The Function of Criticism at the Present Time": "Finally, there is the systematic judgment…the most worthless of all.".
Diengott, Nilli // Victorian Newsletter; Fall2002, Issue 102, p18
The author discusses Matthew Arnold's writing "The Function of Criticism at the Present Time." The author describes Arnold as the epitome of Dead White European Male (DWEM) attitudes. The article explores Arnold's definition of criticism as the disinterested endeavour to learn and propagate the...
- Of Culture and Anarchy - From Matthew Arnold to Joan Didion.
Breiger, Marek // California English; Winter95, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p20
An excerpt from the book "Culture and Anarchy," by Mathew Arnold is presented.