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Arnold

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1. Sir Malcolm. born 1921, English composer, esp of orchestral works in a traditional idiom
2. Matthew. 1822--88, English poet, essayist, and literary critic, noted particularly for his poems Sohrab and Rustum (1853) and Dover Beach (1867), and for his Essays in Criticism (1865) and Culture and Anarchy (1869)
3. his father, Thomas. 1795--1842, English historian and educationalist, headmaster of Rugby School, noted for his reforms in public-school education

Arnold

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a town in N central England, in S Nottinghamshire. Pop.: 37 402 (2001)
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Arnold persisted in contemplating his prospects from the serious point of view.
"I'll speak to him," returned Arnold, "before I leave the house."
Of course, when I am married to Arnold, you will come and live with us.
The person coming was Arnold. It was Blanche's turn to play, and he had volunteered to fetch her.
She joined Arnold, and recovered her gayety the moment she looked at him.
crime was predictable, "Perhaps the Lee Arnolds of this world should remain on some kind of licence for life.
Finally, a recent book about "Victorian fatherhood" includes a chapter that explores both Arnold's role as a father and his relationship with Thomas Arnold, his own father: "Matthew and Son (and Father): The Arnolds," in Valerie Sanders's The Tragedy of Victorian Fatherhood (Cambridge Univ.
The Texarkana fueling station turned so profitable, in fact, that the Arnolds decided to buy more of the businesses - called fixed-based operations, or FBOs - at airports across the country.
(9) These factors encouraged the Arnolds and the Wodehouses to cherish their youngest offspring, appreciating opportunities previously lost with other children.
Although the record of Arnold scholarship over the past year contains no single item to match the significance of the final volume of Cecil Lang's edition of Arnold's letters or the monograph on Arnold's poetry by Alan Grob discussed in last year's essay, I will be reporting on numerous book chapters and journal articles that 'add to our understanding of Arnold's poetry, critical prose, and his role in the development of nineteenth-century culture, as well as his continuing influence in our own times.
Arnold's defense of literary culture and education against the advances of science has usually been examined with regard to his arguments with T.H.
Among those prominent in assessing Matthew Arnold's significance soon after his death in 1888, George Saintsbury was without doubt the most persistent.