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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

41. OUP USA: The Oxford Diaries Of Arthur Hugh Clough: Anthony Kenny
. Arthur Clough (18191861), one of the most undervaluedof Victorian writers, is only now being recognized as a major poet....... of Arthur Hugh Clough.

42. E-Poetry6
In 1828 Arthur Hugh Clough (18191861) was sent back to England from America (towhich his father, a Liverpool cotton merchant, had emigrated) to be educated. Hugh Clough 'The Last Decalogue'.htm
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In 1828 Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861) was sent back to England from America (to which his father, a Liverpool cotton merchant, had emigrated) to be educated. At Rugby school he began a lifelong friendship with the headmaster's son, the future poet and critic Matthew Arnold. Afterwards he went to Oxford, eventually becoming a fellow of Oriel College. At that time Oxford dons were required to subscribe to the Thirty-Nine Articles relating to the beliefs of the Church of England. Clough's religious doubts prevented his doing so, and he resigned his fellowship in 1848. Clough's general scepticism about Victorian society, his loathing of the capitalist system and his awareness of class barriers recur often in his poetry. His discomfort is well-displayed in this mordant rewriting of the Ten Commandments to fit the morality of his time, published after he died in 1862.
Thou shalt have one God only; - who
Would be at the expense of two?
No graven images may be
Worshipped, except the currency:

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GB/NNAF/P5932, Explain this entry. Clough, Arthur Hugh (18191861)Poet , literary MSS for the location of these papers see see

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45. The Brick Row Book Shop: Poems . . . (CLOUGH, ARTHUR HUGH)
Poems . . . by Clough, Arthur Hugh. London Chapman Hall, 1850. Edition Firstseparate edition. Clough (18191861) published only two books in his lifetime.


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A reissue of Clough's contribution to Ambarvalia, a collection of poems by Clough and Thomas Burbidge published in 1849, but omitting Burbidge's poems. Clough (1819-1861) published only two books in his lifetime. Description
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46. Geoffrey Chaucer
Emily Bront\e, 18181848, ? Arthur Hugh Clough, 1819-1861, ? Charles Kingsley,1819-1875, ? Arthur Hugh Clough, 1819-1861. Elizabeth Barrett, Browning 1806-1861.
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47. The Latest Decalogue
wings to fly Thou shalt not covet, but tradition Approves all formsof competition. Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861). Site Meter.
The Latest Decalogue
Thou shalt have one God only; who
Would be at the expense of two?
No graven images may be
Worshipped, except the currency:
Swear not at all; for, for thy curse
Thine enemy is none the worse:
At church on Sunday to attend
Will serve to keep the world thy friend:
Honour thy parents, that is, all
From whom advancement may befall; Thou shalt not kill; but need'st not strive Officiously to keep alive: Do not adultery commit; Advantage rarely comes of it: Thou shalt not steal; an empty feat, When it's so lucrative to cheat: Bear not false witness; let the lie Have time on its own wings to fly: Thou shalt not covet, but tradition Approves all forms of competition. - Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861) var site="sm6TomEAce"

48. The Broadview Anthology Of Victorian Poetry And Poetic Theory
Edward (18121888); Bronte, Charlotte (1816-1855); Bronte, Emily Jane (1818-1848);Cook, Eliza (1818-1889); Clough, Arthur Hugh (1819-1861); Eliot, George (1819
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.

49. John Dryden (1631-1700) Library Of Congress Citations
Other authors Dryden, John, 16311700. Clough, Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861, ed.Control No. 32017475 //r923 Author Catholic Church. Liturgy and ritual.

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Down to Name Citations LC Online Catalog Amazon Search Book Citations [First 20 Records] Author: Dryden, John, 1631-1700. Title: Palamon and Arcite, by John Dryden; ed., with introduction and notes, by Arthur Gilman ... Published: Boston, New York [etc.] Houghton, Mifflin and company [1898] Description: xvii, 83 p. front. (part.) 18 cm. Series: The Riverside literature series. [no. 125] LC Call No.: PR3419.A2 G5 Notes: A paraphrase of Chaucer's Knight's tale. Other authors: Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400. Gilman, Arthur, 1837-1909, ed. Control No.: c 98000132 //r962 Author: Dryden, John, 1631-1700. Title: Essays on the drama; ed. with an introduction and notes by William Strunk, jr. ... Published: New York, H. Holt and company, 1898. Description: xxxviii, 180 p. 18 cm. Series: On cover: English readings LC Call No.: PN1661 .D7 Notes: At head of title: Dryden. Subjects: Drama. Other authors: Strunk, William, jr., ed. Control No.: c 98000321 Author: Grolier Club. Title: Catalogue of an exhibition of first and other editions of the works of John Dryden (1631-1700) together with a few engraved portraits and two oil paintingscommemorative of the two hundredth anniversary of his death. Published: New York : Grolier Club, 1900. Description: [2], 97 p. : 1 port. ; 24 cm. LC Call No.: Z8244 .G87 PR3423 Dewey No.: 821/.4 19 Notes: "An edition of two hundred copies on hand-made paper, printed in the month of March, 1900"Prelim. p. [1]. "Addenda" (no. 147-160): p. [89]-97. Subjects: Dryden, John, 1631-1700 Bibliography Exhibitions. Control No.: 00003195 //r902

50. Rugby Authors
Schools. He died of heart failure (an hereditary weakness) while runningfor a tram in Liverpool. Arthur Hugh Clough (18191861). Clough
Rugby Authors
Express links: House s Departments Games ... Activities Thomas Arnold (1795-1842) Arnold's writings fall into three main groups: diaries, letters, and sermons - the latter being notable for their capacity to get through to pupils; articles, often controversial, on educational and theological issues, and his contributions to classical knowledge, particularly his massive commentary on Thucydides's History of the Peloponnesian War (1830-35) , and A History of Rome (1838-42) . He found writing history a relief from the mundane pressures of School business, and was praised by others for his ability to draw out its contemporary relevance. See also this page on Dr Arnold Matthew Arnold (1822-88) He is equally famous for his verse and prose. Among his best-known poems are Dover Beach The Scholar Gypsy and Sohrab and Rustum (1853), and Rugby Chapel (1857), the lament on the death of Dr Arnold. His two chief prose works are Essays in Criticism Culture and Anarchy Matthew Arnold spent more than thirty-five years of his working life as an Inspector of Schools. He died of heart failure (an hereditary weakness) while running for a tram in Liverpool. Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861) Clough was Dr Arnold's prize pupil, and because his parents had emigrated to America, he spent many of his holidays with the Head Master's family, a situation perhaps less than ideal. At Oxford he failed to live up to academic expectations and his career was marred by religious doubts. In 1854 he married a cousin of Florence Nightingale, and on her return from the Crimea became her helper and personal secretary. In reality this imposing woman made Clough her dogsbody, and in 1860 his health broke under the strain. He died of a stroke in Florence a year later, and Matthew Arnold's

51. Christian Quotation Of The Day Index
of CS Lewis (qv) 9/12/01 Clifford, John (18361923) Social Worship, James Clarke Co. London 1899 12/16/98 Clough, Arthur Hugh (1819-1861) 8/25/02
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Truth of the Gospel, The , Oxford University Press, London: 1950
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Call of Christ, The
Capon, Robert Farrar
Supper of the Lamb, The , Doubleday, New York: 1969
Carey, George
"Christian Beginning"
Carlyle, Thomas

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54. Stories, Listed By Author
Clough, Arthur Hugh (18191861) * Say Not the Struggle Naught Availeth, (pm)Man’s Search for Values, ed. Thomas HW Martin, Dorothy Chamberlin Irmgard
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55. Stories, Listed By Author
Clough, Arthur Hugh (18191861) (chron.) * from “Adam and Eve”,(pm) The Faber Book of Murder, ed. Simon Rae, Faber Faber 1995.
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56. English Literature - Clough, Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861. - What's Been Published
English Literature What s Been Published Clough, Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861. Showingall records for Author Name Clough, Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861.
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  • - Selected poems / Arthur Hugh Clugh ; edited by Jim McCue.
  • - The Oxford diaries of Arthur Hugh Clough / edited by Anthony Kenny.
  • - The poems of Arthur Hugh Clough.
  • - The poems of Arthur Hugh Clough / edited by A.L.P. Norrington.
  • - The poems and prose remains of Arthur Hugh Clough, with a selection from his letters and a memoir. Edited by his wife. London, Macmillan, 1869.
  • - A choice of Clough's verse / selected with an introduction by Michael Thorpe.
  • - Clough : selected poems / edited by Joseph Phelan.
  • - Cloughselected poems / edited by J.P. Phelan.
  • - Amours de voyage / [by] Arthur Hugh Clough ; edited by Patrick Scott.
  • - The bothie / [by] Arthur Hugh Clough ; the text of 1848 edited by Patrick Scott.
  • - Selected poems / Arthur Hugh Clough ; edited with an introduction by Shirley Chew.

57. Arthur Hugh Clough
Arthur Hugh Clough (18191861). Amours de Voyage correspondents.-MJM. ArthurHugh Clough (1819-1861), Sonnet Central A commercial site. Includes
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Amours de Voyage , by Arthur Hugh Clough , University of Virginia: First published anonymously in The Atlantic Monthly in 1858, a lengthy epistolary poetic exchange between several correspondents.-MJM Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861) , Sonnet Central: A commercial site. Includes a collection of seven sonnets and a few other poems.-MJM Arthur Hugh Clough: An Overview , Victorian Web, Brown University: Apparently a work in progress and therefore not quite up to the standard set by other pages in this wonderful series.-MJM Plutarch's Lives (Dryden Translation) , University of Pennsylvania, via Project Gutenberg: an edition of Plutarch's famous 100 AD text, edited by Arthur Hugh Clough. Selected Poetry of Arthur Hugh Clough , UTEL, University of Toronto: Includes texts to the following poems: Ah! Yet Consider it Again! The Latest Decalogue Perché Pensa? Pensando s'Invecchia Qua Cursum Ventus ... Where Lies the Land to which the Ship would Go? , and "With Whom is no Variableness, Neither Shadow of Turning" .-MJM

58. Great Dead Poets' Financial Verse
Arthur Hugh Clough (18191861) probably would have fit in quite nicely in the 1960s,angry as he was about financial inequality, and being English, angry about Pages/pages/pg7b.html
Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861) probably would have fit in quite nicely in the 1960s, angry as he was about financial inequality, and being English, angry about the idiocy of the class system as well. Since he was active as a poet more than 100 years earlier, however, he focused on the equivalent issues of his time—exploitation of the farming and factory masses— and that era’s palliative to these problems: morally uplifting shame-shame prattle. His best poem, "Say Not The Struggle," should be required reading in every high school football locker room at half-time when the losing team, behind by 24 points, is staring down at puddles of disinfectant-diluted sweat and wishing to God they didn’t have to go out for a second half. It’s that good. This poem, The Latest Decalogue, ain’t bad either.
The Latest Decalogue
by Arthur Hugh Clough Thou shalt have one God only; who
Would bear the expense of two?
No graven images may be
Worshipped, except the currency;

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