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Algernon Swinburne: The Critical Heritage (The Collected by Clyde K. Hyder

By Clyde K. Hyder

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We should have conceived it hardly possible to make the crimes of Catherine de’ Medici dull, howsoever they were presented. Mr. Swinburne, however, has done so. There is more of real drama in Mr. — Having had such ill-luck with one wicked Queen, we were unable to cope with a second one; and thus the Tragedy of Woodstock, once again told, though shorter as a play, is gladly handed over to others who are disposed to venture into the labyrinth. 6 SOME VIEWS OF THE YOUNG SWINBURNE 1860s 8 3(a). HENRY ADAMS a descendant of two Presidents of the United States and son of Charles Francis Adams (in the sixties American Minister to England), describes a dinner party at the home of Richard Monckton Milnes, soon to be known as Lord Houghton.

William Archer, ‘Webster, Lamb, and Swinburne’, New Review, January 1893, viii, 96–106. A Survey of English Literature 1780–1880 (1920), iv, 81. Peters’ The Crowns of Apollo: Swinburne’s Principles of Literature and Art (1965). Swinburne (1962). Academy, 13 July 1878, xiv, 25–6. Nation, 18 July 1878, xxvii, 45–6; North American Review, September– October 1878, cxxvii, 342–4. Lang, iv, 106. Spectator, 5 March 1881, liv, 316–17. Lang, iii, 332. Spectator, 12 August 1882, lv, 1055–7. Idler, 1895, vii, 400–19.

21. Lang, i, 141. 22. Quoted by Lang, i, 141, note 2. 23. A later favourable article, unsigned but by John Skelton, appeared in Fraser’s Magazine, November 1866, lxxiv, 635–48. 24. Hellman, The True Stevenson (1925), 120. 25. Le Gallienne, in his review in the North American Review, 19 October 1906, clxxxiii, 793–5; Douglas in an article in Chamber’s Cyclopœdia of English Literature (1903), iii, 672–80. 26. Lang, i, 122. 27. Letter to Hotten, 10 October 1866; Lang, i, 199. 28. Examiner, 27 October 1866, 677; Spectator, 3 November 1866, xxxix, 1228–9.

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