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  1. Nineteenth Century Literary Manuscripts Part 3: The Correspondence and Literary Manuscripts of Arthur Hugh Clough (1819 - 1861) From the Bodleian Library Oxford by Adam Matthew Publication, 2005
  2. Arthur Hugh Clough: 1819-1861.(ENTHUSIASMS): An article from: Poetry by Michael Hofmann, 2006-03-01
  3. The bothie of Toper-na-fuosich by Arthur Hugh Clough 1819-1861, 1849-12-31
  4. Arthur Hugh Clough, 1819-1861, by Goldie Levy,
  5. Poetical works. With a memoir by Francis Turner Palgrave by Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861 Clough, 2009-10-26
  6. Poems and prose remains, with a selection from his letters and a memoir Volume 1 by Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861 Clough, 2009-10-26
  7. Poems. with a memoir. by Clough. Arthur Hugh. 1819-1861., 1885-01-01
  8. Prose remains; with a selection from his letters and a memoir; e by Clough. Arthur Hugh. 1819-1861., 1888-01-01
  9. Poems. by Clough. Arthur Hugh. 1819-1861., 1895-01-01
  10. Selected Poems: Arthur Hugh Clough (Fyfield Books) by Arthur Hugh Clough, 2006-08-01
  11. Arthur Hugh Clough: The Growth of a Poet's Mind by Evelyn Greenberger, 1970-01-01
  12. The Oxford Diaries of Arthur Hugh Clough
  13. Clough: Selected Poems by J Phelan, 1995-06-19
  14. Clough: The Critical Heritage by Michael Thorpe, 1972-06

101. Decalogo Moderno (The Latest Decalogue) Di Arthur Hugh Clough
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102. The British Institute Of Florence - Useful Links
Susan’s sister Joanna was a friend to the wife of the poet Arthur HughClough (18191861) and the journal includes an account of the progress of Clough’s
Harold Acton Library Reference code:
HOR Title:
Susan Horner Collection Date(s) of creation:
Name of creator:
Susan Horner Extent:
Three volumes Administrative information: Acquisition number:
Source of acquisition (donor, date, type of donation, provenance and custodial history):
The volumes were given to the Library of the British Institute sometime before 1939. No information is recorded on the donation. Biography:
Scope and content (inc. arrangement):
The collection consists of three journals kept while in Italy. Of the two journals kept by Susan Horner, the first covers the years 1847 and 1848, and the second the years 1861 and 1862. Terms of use: Access: Open to consultation with special permission. The second journal is very fragile and there is a transcript available. Reproduction: Photographic reproduction only.

103. The Growlery (May 2004)
One the cleverest Biblical parodies is The Latest Decalogue by English poetArthur Hugh Clough (18191861), a parody of the Ten Commandments
The Growlery (May 2004),
Essays by Michael Gilleland
"Sit down, my dear," said Mr. Jarndyce.
"This, you must know, is the growlery.
When I am out of humour, I come and
growl here."
Charles Dickens, Bleak House , chapter VIII Lucubrations

E.B. White

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The Oxford English Dictionary defines lucubration as The product of nocturnal study and meditation, hence a literary work showing signs of careful elaboration. Now somewhat derisive or playful, suggesting the notion of something pedantic or over-elaborate. The following miscellany coincides with this definition in a couple of ways. First, I'm afflicted with insomnia, and usually I scribble in the wee hours of the morning. Second, pedantry is my hallmark. But "careful elaboration" is not a characteristic of anything I write. Liturgical Music Saint Augustine described his reaction to liturgical music in these words: Confessions 9.6 Translated by William Watts Quantum flevi in hymnis et canticis tuis, suave sonantis ecclesiae tuae vocibus commotus acriter! Voces illae influebant auribus meis, et eliquebatur veritas in cor meum, et exaestuabat inde affectus pietatis, et currebant lacrimae, et bene mihi erat cum eis. How abundantly did I weep to hear those hymns and canticles of thine, being touched to the very quick by the voices of thy sweet church song! Those voices flowed into mine ears, and thy truth pleasingly distilled into my heart, which caused the affections of my devotion to overflow, and my tears to run over, and happy did I find myself therein.

104. Birth And Death Dates Of Authors
Charmian (1923 1969) CLINTON, Bill (1946 - ) Clough, Arthur Hugh (1819 -1861) CLOUSTEN, J. Storer (1870 - 1944) CLUNE, Frank (1893 - 1971) COBB,
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List of birth and death dates The following list shows the birth and death dates of a number of authors. The dates shown may not be accurate, as the list has been compiled from existing sources on the internet, and dates have not been verified by Project Gutenberg of Australia. A comprehensive list of authors and translators, together with birth and death dates, is available from The New General Catalog of Old Books and Authors at the Kingkong web site. Other sites which may be of interest to Project Gutenberg volunteers are listed on the Links page. SURNAME, Christian Name(s) (Born - Died) Home Updated 30 Mar 05

105. Welcome To Carcanet
Asked what problems most perplexed ‘young men at present’ Arthur HughClough (18191861) replied ‘a growing sense of discrepancy’.

106. The Broadview Anthology Of Victorian Poetry And Poetic Theory
Bronte, Emily Jane (18181848); Cook, Eliza (1818-1889); Clough, ArthurHugh (1819-1861); Eliot, George (1819-1880); Bronte, Anne (1820-1849); Ingelow,
Collins, Thomas J. (University of Western Ontario, and Vivienne Rundle (University of Calgary), eds.
The Broadview Anthology of Victorian Poetry and Poetic Theory
Broadview, 1999, 1492 pp., ISBN 1-55111-100-4, $35.95
The Broadview Anthology of Victorian Poetry and Poetic Theory is the most comprehensive collection of poetry from the period ever published. Included are generous selections from the work of all major poets, and a representation of the work of virtually every poet of significance, from Thomas Ashe at the beginning of the era to Charlotte Mew at its end. The work of Victorian women poets features very prominently, with extensive selections not only of the work of canonical poets such as Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Christina Rossetti, but also of that of poets such as Augusta Webster for which high claims have recently been made by critics. The anthology reflects (and will contributed to) the ongoing reassessment of the canon that is central to English Studies today; in all sixty-six poets are represented. The editors have included complete works wherever feasible including the complete texts of Tennyson's In Memoriam and of a number of other long poems. A headnote by the editors introduces the work of each poet, and each selection has been newly annotated.

107. A Reading List For All Seasons
William Butler Yeats (18651939). And others, such as Arthur Hugh Clough1819-1861) Ted Hughes(1930-) Robert Graves (1895-1985) Philip Larkin (1922.1985)
Jerry Burns' Classes A Reading List for All Seasons: Poetry You will be confronting many great works of poetry in your literature classes at Marian. While you will probably not encounter all of the following authors in your courses, all have received widespread attention, and we have grouped them according to literary periods so that you can get a sense of the unfolding literary history that is sometimes called "The Great Tradition. Some of the poets listed below have enjoyed wider recognition and have exerted greater influence than others, and their names appear in bold print. Also, we have indicated the courses in which the various poets might be encountered, to give you a better sense of the sequencing of courses in the English program. Some of the names represent authors of widely acclaimed masterpieces, the length of which may prevent full treatment in class. We have identified such "must-read" works so that you can, if you choose, supplement the classwork with outside-of-class reading, or prepare for classes in advance. Early British: (En 201) Beowulf (c. 747)

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