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The Young Men’, Contemporary Review, February 1894, lxv, 177–88. Wise, Atalanta went through two English editions in 1865, one in 1866, 1868, and 1875, and sixteen between 1879 and 1917. Lang, i, 142. William Tinsley, Random Recollections of an Old Publisher (1900), i, 232–3. Letters to Macmillan, ed. Simon Nowell-Smith (1967), 95–6. Wise’s Ashley Library, vi, 187. Reader, 2 December 1865, vi, 621–2. ; Fortnightly Review, 15 April 1866, iv, 533–43. Saturday Review, 26 May 1866, xxi, 623–5. Nation, 18 January 1866, 83–4.
Which may suggest that Étienne’s article was less critical than it really was. Translated from Gosse’s quotation in his Life (Bonchurch Edition, xix, 185). As has been pointed out, Goncourt used one or two details from Maupassant’s oral statement in the characterization of an Englishman in his novel La Faustin (1882). Mario Praz, The Romantic Agony (1951), 283, note 103. , deals with d’Annunzio’s borrowings, chiefly from Gabriel Mourey’s translation of Poems and Ballads, in ‘More Swinburne-d’Annunzio Parallels’, Publications of the Modern Languages Association (1940), lv, 559–67.
Writing anonymously in the Athenaeum (No. 23), Theodore Watts justifiably described it as the most priceless book of English poetry for many years. Conscious of recurring criticisms, he defended Swinburne’s poetry as ethical and also sought to explain on technical grounds his abundant use of alliteration (incidentally, not found objectionable by the twentieth century in the work of Swinburne’s contemporary, Gerard Manley Hopkins). In the following year, Watts, a shrewd solicitor with some literary talent, who had succeeded in making himself agreeable to Rossetti and other authors and who had already been helpful to Swinburne in his publishing arrangements, rescued him from almost certain death from alcoholism.
Algernon Swinburne: The Critical Heritage (The Collected Critical Heritage : Victorian Poets) by Clyde K. Hyder
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