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Livingston, who analyzed the orthodox Christian attributes of "Arnoldian necrosis" in Matthew Arnold and Christianity.
Yet between a helpless past and a blinded futurity, Creeley's impersonation of Matthew Arnold bravely and modestly intervenes.
Nick Mercer, director of business operations at Matthew Arnold and Baldwin, said: "Before using SmartEye, employees had to run individual reports to see if they were reaching their targets.
Well, no matter what Age Concern, Matthew Arnold and the others may say, I refuse to feel old at 50.
Matthew Arnold, a disciple of Wordsworth and Goethe, and "the one major Victorian writer of whom it can be said without metaphor that he was nurtured in the Wordsworthian presence" (Gill 174), asks England and Europe to remember his mentor in his celebrated "Memorial Verses" read at Wordsworth's graveside: "Ah
Even though Matthew Arnold felt critical power was of a lower rank than creative power, he recognized that not every poetic idea or event had equal value.
because their [Homer, Dante] poetry is a poetry of metre, or of rhyme, or both; and the effect of these is not really transferable" (Matthew Arnold, "Isaiah of Jerusalem," in The Complete Prose Works of Matthew Arnold, ed.
Of the low male voices, Matthew Arnold (Lord Sidney) and Fredrik Zetterstroem impressed, as did Canadian Robert Pomakov in a brief stint as the doctor to the girls of the establishment.
In a sense, Quart is a descendant of a tradition begun in the mid-19th century by Marx and Engels on the left and Matthew Arnold on the right, the soi-disant voice in the moral wilderness excoriating the base appetites of an emerging commercial culture.
Such an education exposes students not only to what Matthew Arnold famously Termed "the best that has been thought and said" but also develops in them a valuable form of critical consciousness that is difficult to acquire elsewhere in contemporary American society.
Although Matthew Arnold has been served well in recent years in criticism and biography, it has been a long time since a monograph on his poetry was published.
Trilling thought he detected the same expectations in the great liberal writers of nineteenth-century Britain, such as John Stuart Mill and Matthew Arnold, with whom he began his career as a college professor and literary critic.