• Arnold Project
    among the Gypsies is really about the poet himself and his generation, the scholar gypsy becomes a symbol in the light of which Arnold can develop his own position and state his own problems. Drawing on his knowledge of rustic scenes around Oxford, he produced a meditative pastoral poem whose...
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  • Melancholy in Matthew Arnold's Scholar Gypsy
    of loss and the concern for rapid shifting in the taste of his people are strongly evident in the poems of Matthew Arnold. His best of poems comes when he is this brooding mood. As a poet Arnold provides a record of a sick society. In the Scholar Gypsy (1867) Arnold’s attitude to the gypsy is...
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  • Seminar Paper
    quest of learning and experiencing the world’s natural beauty and wonder to better this ideal ‘sweetness and light’ and find “the spark of heaven” . Scholar gypsy Arnold seems to be suggesting that the scholar gypsy is better off than the inhabitants of Arnold's time because he has a...
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  • Coleridge
    changing equations. The Victorian Age, then, added, humanity to nature and art, as the subject-matter of Literature . Arnold s own poems such as The Forsaken Merman, Scholar Gypsy Rostum and Sohrab are kind of novels. While Matthew Arnold 121 the Romantics were overly conscious of the...
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  • Reading List
    19th century novels A: Austen, Jane: Pride and Prejudice 5. Element sof horror, romance, and supernatural in gothic novels B: Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft : Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus 6. Victorian poetry A: Arnold, Matthew: “Dover Beach”, “The Scholar Gypsy” Browning...
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    | Abhilasha & Sabina Kidwai | Crossing the Threshold of Hope | Pope John Paul II | Crown and the Loincloth | Chaman Nahal | Crown of Wild Olive | John Ruskin | Cry, My Beloved Country | Alan Patan | Cuckold | Kiran Nagar Kar | Culture and Anarchy | Matthew Arnold | Culture in the Vanity...
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  • Literary Tendency of Victorian Literature: Special Reference to Lord Alfred Tennyson and Robert Browning
    his long poem In Memoriam (1850). Matthew Arnold described his doubts about modern life in such short poems as “The Scholar-Gypsy” (1853) and “Dover Beach” (1867). Arnold's most important literary achievements are his critical essays on culture, literature, religion, and society. Many of his essays...
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  • An Imitative Narrative in Mathew Arnold’s Work as a Reflection of Victorian Thought and Beliefs.
    Morality: Studies on the Criticism of Matthew Arnold, T. S. Eliot, and F. R. Leavis. London; Chatto and Windus, 1959. Print. Baldick, Chris. The social mission of English criticism, 1848-1932. London; Clarendon Press, 1983. Cazamian, Emile Legouis and Louis. A History of English Literature. London: J. M...
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  • Mark Twain
    in Liverpool in 1888. | | Matthew Arnold Poems 1 Growing Old 2 The Scholar Gypsy 3 Isolation: To Marguerite 4 Longing 5 To A Friend 6 A Wish 7 The Forsaken Merman 8 The Last Word 9 Shakespeare 10 Consolation 11 The Voice 12 Sohrab and Rustum 13 Memorial Verses 14 East London 15...
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  • My Life
    , 127, 149 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 121 American Civil War, 18–20, 112 American Volunteer Motor Ambulance Corps, 145 Andersen, Hendrik, 110, 115, 125, 127, 141, 149–50 Ansiot, M., 15 Arnold, Matthew, 35, 65 Arthur, Chester A., 65, 67 Asquith, Herbert, 144, 146 Athenaeum Club, 51...
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  • Tess
    victim of historical movement. Tess is the miniature of Victorian English countryside and Tess is in a sense the victim of the ache of modernism the “fatal heritage” that Tiutshev speaks of in his poem, also what Matthew Arnold, in his poem “The Scholar Gypsy,” associates with “this strange disease...
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  • Term Paper
    , and Lord Bryon. In the Victorian period, many poets wrote about the love and loss of people around them. The poets of this period are: Lord Alfred, Robert Browning, Elizabeth Browning, Gerard Hopkins, Matthew Arnold, Thomas Hardy, A.E. Houseman, Daniel Pool, Rudyard Kipling, and Leo Tolstoy. Many...
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  • Summary
    ” (Arnold vii). By writing up the Native American experience, she can effectively awaken public awareness to the Indian problems. Compared with her school education, Silko’s family education in the Laguna Pueblos’ tradition and culture plays a more vital role in her writing career. Central to Silko’s...
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  • victorian novel & poetry
    was an undying optimist, who said, “God is in his Heaven, All’s right with the world” (Pippa Passes) 3. Matthew Arnold (1822-1883) He is a poet cum critic. His famous poems are Rugby Chapel, Thyrsis, Scholar Gypsy, Dover Beach, Soharab and Rustam, Shakespeare (it is a sonnet), etc...
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  • ULYSSES
    disbelief and agnosticism has not been fully established; “There lives more faith in honest doubt” wrote Tennyson. For Arnold the sea of faith which was once to the full has much receded and there are no clear values anywhere in sight. He therefore advises his Scholar Gypsy not to come in contact...
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  • Syllabus
    Lamb William Wordsworth :Immortality Ode S.T.Coleridge :KublaKhan P.B.Shelley : Ode to a Skylark John Keats : Ode to a Nightingale Ode to a Grecian Urn Tennyson : Ulysses Browning : Andrea Del Sarto,Fra Lippo Lippi Mathew Arnold : Scholar Gypsy (John Keats and Browning are marked for annotation...
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  • Theme
    ] always has the air of an ironic and urbane scholar chatting freely, perhaps a little indiscreetly, with his not very respectful pupils.” Elliot said “Arnold is more intimate with us than Browning, more intimate than Tennyson ever is except at moments.” (Allot) Matthew Arnold died in 1888 after...
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  • The Similarities and Differences Between Professional Football and Basketball
    distinguished by flexibility and aspiration, and was capable of raising itself almost to divine level: wrestling successfully with the Protean, the endlessly various, character of God’s creation. The Renaissance is the real home of humanism. But Victorian sages like Matthew Arnold, Thomas Carlyle, and John...
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  • Golden Age
    Islam’s Brilliant Era was Our Dark Ages a theological essay by Sheila T. Harty S ince I was twelve, I’ve been an Islamophile. That was 1960—when my father, an Air Force officer, was stationed in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. As a result, I got a flying leap over others in exposure to Arab-Islamic...
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  • Bartok's Bluebeard
    . József Ujfalussy et al. Budapest: Akadémia Kiadó. Weissmann,JohnS. (1980). “Verbunkos.” In: The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Vol. 18: 629–630. Ed. Stanley Sadie. London: MacMillan Publishers Ltd. Wellesz,Egon,Joseph(1989 [1923]).“Arnold Schönberg et son œuvre” [“Arnold...
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