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Swinburne, a nineteenth century Hellene. With some reflections on the Hellenism of modern poets, by William R. Rutland.

Author/Creator:
Rutland, William R. (William Rutland)
Publication:
Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1931.
Format/Description:
Book
viii, 410 p. 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Swinburne, Algernon Charles, 1837-1909.
Literature, Comparative -- Greek and English.
Literature, Comparative -- English and Greek.
Contents:
Introduction. The Hellenism of some modern poets
Atalanta in Calydon
Erechteus
The Hellenistic poems of Swinburne, from The temple of Janus to Athens : an ode
Conclusion
Appendices : The Meleager myth. Cancelled portions of Erechtheus. The Praxithea fragment. Swinburne's Greek poems on the death of Théophile Gautier. The Landorian elegiacs. Miscellaneous
Bibliography (p. 401-406).
Notes:
Bibliography: p. 401-406.
Local notes:
Preserved for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the John, Ruth, and Sally Ruth MacCorkell Fund.
Contributor:
John, Ruth, and Sally Ruth MacCorkell Fund.
OCLC:
1928120