Arthur Symons

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English poet (1865-1945)


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Woolf describes Arthur Symons as 'a very distinguished poet', and admires many other individual poets of the time, even if she was capable of recoiling from some of the more outrageous caricatures of the age.
15) See her review of Arthur Symons, Figures of Several Centuries (London: Constable, 1916), in Times Literary Supplement, 21 December 1916; repr.
In many respects Machen's self-portrait could double for that of Oscar Wilde, Arthur Symons, and many others whose multi-faceted careers are linked most often with the 1890s.
19) I am forced to doubt if this very didactic--very Scottishly didactic--ideal would have been shared by that much more "reticent" Celt, Arthur Symons.
The Collected Works of Arthur Symons (London: Seeker, 1924), Vol.
Publications within the genre were assigned to reviewers such as Arthur Symons, Francis Thompson (1859-1907) and H.
Particular poems by Arthur Symons, Lionel Johnson, and Ernest Dowson are then considered as possible attempts to effect reconciliation between literary aestheticism and religious orthodoxy through the image of the City church.
Indeed, Eliot himself, again in The Dial, reviewing some translations from Baudelaire by Arthur Symons in May 1927, noted with some disapproval of the translator's introduction that 'Mr Symons seems to us like a sensitive child, who has been taken into a church, and has been entranced with the effigies, and the candles, and the incense.
After the performances of Arthur Symons, Victor Plarr, and Mark Longaker, one holds a septuagenarian's tremulous breath: can the youngsters possibly do it?
The life of Arthur Symons, author of one of the most significant volumes of modern criticism, The Symbolist Movement in Literature, has been rather completely covered by biographers.
During the spring of 1890, Arthur Symons made the first of his many trips to the Continent.
Karl Beckson's biography of Arthur Symons will surely take its place with the handful of other attempts to comprehend the complex nature of the popularizer of Symbolism and the celebrant of Decadence in England.
Arthur Symons, taking hashish, and other risks, with the ladies of the ballet, lasting to his eightieth year, but a prey to madness in the middle voyage of his life.
Yeats was sharing rooms with Arthur Symons, and they had decided to dress in black.
Recalling how Arthur Symons drew Ernest Dowson brilliantly out of focus in his epicedial essay, standing memorial as preface at the gateway to the posthumous edition of his works, and thus fathered a legend, one is disturbed to wonder how much to accept of the received legend of Poe, derived from his friend and literary executor (or executioner