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Fri Mar 21 17:15:31 2014 UTClccn-n790451740.25Study of poetry0.500.76Poems of Wordsworth /73868557Matthew_Arnoldn 79045174278568A., 1822-1888A. (Matthew Arnold), 1822-1888Arnold.آرنولد، ماثيوماثيو أرنولد، 1822-1888アーノルド, マシューlccn-n79142936Tennyson, Alfred TennysonBaron1809-1892lccn-n81050719Super, R. H.(Robert Henry)1914-1996edtlccn-n78095501Newman, John Henry1801-1890dtelccn-n79022968Carlyle, Thomas1795-1881lccn-n79023110Trilling, Lionel1905-1975edtlccn-n50021048Allott, Kennethothedtlccn-n79043688Browning, Robert1812-1889lccn-n79006950Ruskin, John1819-1900lccn-n78095326Morris, William1834-1896lccn-n79045512Eliot, George1819-1880Arnold, Matthew1822-1888Criticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondencePoetryBiographyControversial literatureHistoryDramaArnold, Matthew,Great BritainEnglish poetrySocial historyCultureBiblePoets, EnglishCriticsPoetryTennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,EnglandCriticismEnglish literatureInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Tolstoy, Leo,--graf,Journal intime (Amiel, Henri Frédéric)LiteratureBrowning, Robert,Celtic literatureEliot, George,Disraeli, Benjamin,Newman, John Henry,Hardy, Thomas,Carlyle, Thomas,Spinoza, Benedictus de,Guérin, Eugénie de,Heine, Heinrich,Guérin, Maurice de,Joubert, Joseph,Marcus Aurelius,--Emperor of Rome,Education--PhilosophyLiberalismHumanismCorrespondence (Arnold, Matthew)NaturePoeticsKnights and knighthood in literatureCamelot (Legendary place)Middle Ages in literatureKings and rulers as literary charactersMedievalismMorris, William,Swinburne, Algernon Charles,RomanticismMill, John Stuart,Aesthetics, BritishAestheticism (Literature)AestheticsHumanism in literatureDemocracy1822188818301835183618371840184218431844184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201316061426228046824.8PR4021ocn000001447ocn000961698ocn001843999ocn000396022ocn008397192ocn000288406ocn004240626ocn001862030ocn010123805ocn006545993ocn064566347ocn001404077ocn000498940ocn003460900ocn156694461ocn068005758ocn671572143ocn658577803ocn752398618ocn762000861ocn001354799ocn000492732ocn656512542ocn681353169ocn070273843ocn163838861ocn046764287ocn658514839ocn063551828ocn046764277ocn063565611ocn658381917ocn063553384ocn187306006ocn063554058ocn443419507ocn440851074ocn440750733ocn064748979ocn080724012ocn801209237ocn801381302ocn458865639ocn313867310ocn7985952735150294ocn047008970book18690.53Arnold, MatthewCulture and anarchy"Matthew Arnold's famous series of essays, which were first published in book form under the title Culture and Anarchy in 1869, debate important questions about the nature of culture and society. Arnold seeks to find out what culture really is, what good it can do, and if it is really necessary. He contrasts culture, which he calls the study of perfection, with anarchy, the mood of unrest and uncertainty that pervaded mid-Victorian England." "This edition reproduces the original book version, revealing the immediate historical context and controversy of the piece. The introduction and notes broaden out the interpretative approach to Arnold's text, elaborating on the complexities of the religious context. The book also reinforces the continued importance of Arnold's ideas its influences in the face of the challenges of multi-culturalism and post-modernism."--BOOK JACKET+-+91781803053242194175ocn000092868book18730.63Arnold, MatthewLiterature and dogmaCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this influential 1873 essay, Arnold professes his skepticism about Christianity as a revealed religion yet argues for the utility of its ethical precepts. Therefore he proposes a liberal reading of scripture and secular faith that incorporates the civilizing aspects of religion+-+0594814306210244ocn049294036file18950.31Arnold, MatthewPoems of Matthew ArnoldPoetry1788106ocn002791748book18880.56Arnold, MatthewEssays in criticism; second seriesCriticism, interpretation, etcPosthumously published in 1888, Matthew Arnold's previously collected essays on poetry and poets proved, if ever there was a doubt, Arnold's immense critical gift. His focused, honest style eludes the follies of bias+-+53405229663241777128ocn006183035book18530.73Arnold, MatthewPoems+-+8030956966324172856ocn000293763book18900.37Arnold, MatthewPoetical works1619145ocn001850745book18620.66Arnold, MatthewEssays in criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcDrama+-+6935575696155590ocn001203444book18900.50Arnold, MatthewThe poetical works of Matthew ArnoldArnold belongs to the great galaxy of Victorian poets whose quest was beauty+-+41598426961349127ocn000292023book18750.59Arnold, MatthewGod and the Bible; a review of objections to "Literature and dogma"HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcAt the present moment two things about the Christian religion must surely be clear to anybody with eyes in his head. One is, that men cannot do without it; the other, that they cannot do with it as it is." In this towering 1875 work, Arnold grapples with the problem of finding religious meaning in a scientific age133614ocn000717919book19490.31Arnold, MatthewThe portable Matthew Arnold122855ocn002712875book18850.56Arnold, MatthewDiscourses in AmericaCriticism, interpretation, etcThe first discourse was originally given in New York, and afterwards published in the Nineteenth century; the second was given as the Rede lecture at Cambridge, and recast for delivery in America; the third was delivered in Boston+-+799557569691050ocn002927593book19390.53Arnold, MatthewPoetry and proseHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcRecords and correspondence88824ocn000843390book19320.59Arnold, MatthewThe letters of Matthew Arnold to Arthur Hugh CloughRecords and correspondence86612ocn000358664book19600.53Arnold, MatthewEssays, letters, and reviewsRecords and correspondence85473ocn004836360book18000.66Arnold, MatthewSt. Paul & Protestantism, with an essay on Puritanism & the Church of England, and Last essays on church & religionControversial literature84110ocn012421020book19860.53Trilling, LionelMatthew ArnoldCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyStimulated by preparing his lectures, many of the earliest published in 1865 as Essays in Criticism (First Series), he turned increasingly to the vigorous and widely ranging polemical commentaries on culture, religion, and society which were to make him known at home and abroad as the foremost critic of his day. He died suddenly of heart failure on 15 April 1888 while awaiting at Liverpool the arrival of his married daughter from America+-+012863746583945ocn002952278book18670.63Arnold, MatthewOn the study of Celtic literature ; and, On translating HomerCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+718956112579645ocn004433505book18660.56Arnold, MatthewEssays literary & criticalCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+082276390577589ocn000396022book18790.76Wordsworth, WilliamPoems of Wordsworth+-+642880189672045ocn020470664book18670.50Arnold, MatthewOn the study of Celtic literature and other essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcThis 1867 collection of lectures influenced the Irish literary revival of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Arnold characterizes the Celtic genius as fanciful and poetic, and argues that its contributions to the English national character have been overlooked or underestimated+-+6552770695324238457ocn001279731book19380.53Trilling, LionelMatthew ArnoldCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyStimulated by preparing his lectures, many of the earliest published in 1865 as Essays in Criticism (First Series), he turned increasingly to the vigorous and widely ranging polemical commentaries on culture, religion, and society which were to make him known at home and abroad as the foremost critic of his day. He died suddenly of heart failure on 15 April 1888 while awaiting at Liverpool the arrival of his married daughter from America+-+0128637465192321ocn051779218com19500.50Connell, W. FThe educational thought and influence of Matthew ArnoldUsing the knowledge and experience of education practitioners and theorists, these volumes look at the connection between education and society. Many areas are looked into which made these books standard texts for all teachers+-+8655558575189817ocn003103781book19530.50Allott, KennethMatthew ArnoldCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyA readers guide to Arnold - Arnold the poet : lyric and elegiac poems - Arnold the poet : narrative and dramatic poems - Arnold and literary criticism : critical ideas - Arnold and literary criticism : critical practice - Arnold and Clough - Arnold's social and political thought - Arnold and religion - Arnold and the classics - Arnold and Goethe____________15306ocn006916794book19710.33Honan, ParkMatthew Arnold, a lifeBiography151716ocn000310306book19520.53Johnson, E. D. HThe alien vision of Victorian poetry; sources of the poetic imagination in Tennyson, Browning, and ArnoldCriticism, interpretation, etc14488ocn000254535book19530.56Holloway, JohnThe Victorian sage : studies in argumentHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc14362ocn000554138book19730.32DeLaura, David JMatthew Arnold: a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc13192ocn000358317book0.50Arnold, MatthewThe complete prose works of Matthew ArnoldHistory12805ocn000293733book19660.50Culler, A. DwightImaginative reason; the poetry of Matthew ArnoldCriticism, interpretation, etc123811ocn000358977book19630.53Alexander, EdwardMatthew Arnold and John Stuart Mill11788ocn002791648book19480.53Brown, E. KMatthew Arnold, a study in conflictCriticism, interpretation, etc11568ocn000443378book19680.33Neiman, FraserMatthew ArnoldCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Matthew Arnold11554ocn607665678file19990.37Lambdin, Laura CCamelot in the nineteenth century Arthurian characters in the poems of Tennyson, Arnold, Morris, and SwinburneHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcArthurian romancesFor centuries, accounts of King Arthur and his court have fascinated historians, scholars, poets, and readers. Each age has added material to reflect its own cultural attitudes, but no era has supplemented the earlier versions more than the poets of the Medieval Revival of nineteenth-century England. This book examines how Arthurian legend was read and rewritten during that period by four enduring writers: Alfred Lord Tennyson, Matthew Arnold, William Morris, and Algernon Charles Swinburne. While other works have looked at Arthurian legend in light of nineteenth-century social conditions, this volume focuses on how these poets approached love and death in their works, and how the legend of Arthur shaped their vision+-+797668868511542ocn049295367file19960.25Eliot, T. SThe second-order mindCriticism, interpretation, etc11521ocn049294069file0.25Arnold, MatthewStudy of poetry11528ocn000359269book19650.53Anderson, Warren DMatthew Arnold and the classical traditionHistoryControversial literature11507ocn000595002book19580.50Gottfried, Leon AlbertMatthew Arnold and the romanticsCriticism, interpretation, etc11244ocn000594688book19670.53Madden, William AMatthew Arnold; a study of the aesthetic temperament in Victorian EnglandHistory11213ocn000359228book19670.53Stange, G. RobertMatthew Arnold; the poet as humanistCriticism, interpretation, etc10388ocn000156712book19710.37Bush, DouglasMatthew Arnold: a survey of his poetry and proseCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+9178180305324+-+9178180305324Fri Mar 21 15:43:15 EDT 2014batch135520