Matthew Arnold

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English poet and literary critic (1822-1888)


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Arnold, Matthew. Culture and Anarchy and Other Writings, edited by Stefan Collini.
Arnold, Matthew. "Preface to Poems, 1853" in The Portable Matthew Arnold.
Arnold, Matthew Arnold, and the Jews" (which did not find its way into my crowded essay last year) traces Arnold's largely positive attitudes toward the Jews and his increasing interest in Judaism in those years (Judaism 51, no.
Frances Arnold, Matthew Arnold's sister, wrote of how the family were 'stunned' at Arnold's sudden death from a heart attack: it was 'an appalling blow'.
Arnold, Matthew Arnold, and the Jews") are updatings of Alexander's earlier work on these writers-including Matthew Arnold and John Stuart Mill (1965), and Matthew Arnold, John Ruskin, and the Modern Temper (1973)-from this particular vantage.