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 Swift, Jonathan,Symonds, John Addington 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Swinburne, Algernon Charles
 
(b. London, April 5th, 1837). “The Queen Mother” and “Rosamond” (1861); “Atalanta in Calydon” (1864); “Chastelard” (1865), “Poems and Ballads” (1866); “Notes on Poems and Reviews” (1866); “A Song of Italy” (1867), “William Blake,” a critical essay (1867); “Notes on the Royal Academy Exhibition” (1868); “Ode on the Proclamation of the French Republic” (1870), “Songs before Sunrise” (1871), “Under the Microscope” (1872). “Bothwell,” a tragedy (1874); “Essays and Studies” (1875); “George Chapman,” an essay (1875). “Erectheus,” a tragedy (1876); “A Note on Charlotte Brontë” (1877); “Poems and Ballads” (second series, 1878); “A Study of Shakespeare” (1880); “Songs of the Springtides” (1880); “The Seven against Sense” (1880); “Mary Stuart, a Tragedy” (1881); “Tristram of Lyonesse” (1882); “A Century of Roundels” (1883); “A Midsummer Holiday” (1884); “Marino Faliero” (1885); “A Study of Victor Hugo” (1886); “Miscellanies” (1886); “Locrine” (1887); “The Jubilee, 1887” (1887); “The Ballad of Dead Men’s Bay” (1889); “The Brothers” (1889); “Poems and Ballads” (third series, 1889); “A Study of Ben Jonson” (1889); “The Sisters” (1890); “A Sequence of Sonnets on the Death of Robert Browning” (1890); “Sacred and Shakespearian Affinities” (1890); “Grace Darling” (1893); “Studies in Prose and Poetry” (1894); “Astrophel,” etc. (1894). “Selections” from his Works (1887). For Criticism, see Forman’s “Living Poets,” Stedman’s “Victorian Poets,” etc.   1
 


 Swift, Jonathan,Symonds, John Addington 

 
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