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  1. Ibsen. by Edmund Gosse. by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1908-01-01
  2. Modern English literature. a short history. by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1906-01-01
  3. King Erik; a tragedy. with an introductory essay by Theodore Wat by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1893-01-01
  4. Collected poems by Edmund, 1849-1928 Gosse, 2009-10-26
  5. From Shakespeare to Pope; an inquiry into the causes and phenome by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1885-01-01
  6. Father and son; biographical recollections. by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1907
  7. Seventeenth-century studies. A contribution to the history of En by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1883-01-01
  8. New poems. by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1879-01-01
  9. A history of eighteenth century literature (1660-1780). by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1907-01-01
  10. Life and writings of William Congreve by Edmund, 1849-1928 Gosse, 2009-10-26
  11. The secret of Narcisse. a romance. by Gosse. Edmund. 1849-1928., 1892-01-01
  12. Edmund Gosse: A Literary Landscape, 1849-1928 by Ann Thwaite, 1984-06
  13. EDMUND GOSSE : A LITERARY LANDSCAPE, 1849-1928 by ANN THWAITE, 1985-01-01
  14. Father and Son (Oxford World's Classics) by Edmund Gosse, 2004-11-18

41. History Today: Edmund Gosse And The Victorian Nude: Jason Edwards Takes A Fresh
IN HIS 1907 MEMOIR, Father and Son, the influential art critic and litterateurEdmund Gosse (18491928) recalled his Victorian childhood in Marychurch
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Tell a friend Find subscription deals Edmund Gosse and the Victorian nude: Jason Edwards takes a fresh look at attitudes to the nude in Victorian art, to coincide with Tate Britain's major exhibition on the subject opening this month - Cover Story
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IN HIS 1907 MEMOIR, Father and Son, the influential art critic and litterateur Edmund Gosse (1849-1928) recalled his Victorian childhood in Marychurch, Devonshire, during the 1850s and 1860s among the Plymouth Brethren. Although Gosse recognised that his family home was probably the `most cultivated household in the parish', he could not recall seeing a single nude figure until he was thirteen. Then, his step-mother brought a `gaudy gift-book ... containing a few steel engravings of statues'. These `attracted him violently'. With little accompanying information to go on, Gosse was initially somewhat baffled by what he saw. He therefore asked his father, the renowned natural theologian, P.H. Gosse, about the sculptures one morning over breakfast. His pater's resporlse was `direct and disconcerting'. He said that the Greek statues were the `shadows cast by the vices of the heathen, and reflected their infamous lives'. It was for such things as these, Gosse senior warned

42. History Today: Edmund Gosse And The Victorian Nude: Jason Edwards Takes A Fresh
The Victorian Nude Sexuality, Morality and Art (Manchester University Press,1996); Anne Thwaite, Edmund Gosse A Literary Landscape 18491928 (Secker

43. Anecdote - Sir Edmund Gosse - Gosse & Eliot
a future society in which Sir Edmund Gosse would be possible. Gosse, Sir Edmund(18491928) British critic and translator noted for his studies of poetry and

44. Anecdote - Sir Edmund Gosse - Hellish Moment
I don t know where he may be speaking from! Gosse, Sir Edmund (18491928) Britishcritic and translator noted for his studies of poetry and history; and for

45. Special Collections: Archival And Manuscript Collections, A-J
Galsworthy, Ada Cooper Author Search Conrad, Joseph, 18571924 Subject Search Conrad,Joseph, 1857-1924 Author Search Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928 Subject Search
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The collection consists of 14 linear feet of American theater and stage programs of the late 19th and early 20th century. The collection focuses on the Boston drama scene. A finding aid is available in the Special Collections Department (+Z688 .T5 B79 1987)
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This collection consists of 12 linear feet of correspondence by and to Professor George A. Barton, a noted Biblical scholar. The collection is processed. A finding aid is not currently available.
    For additional sources on this topic, search the following catalog entries in the Brandeis University libraries' on-line catalog, LOUIS
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46. D.46 GOSSE (SIR EDMUND WILLIAM) PAPERS, 1882-1929. University Of Rochester
1 box (43 items). Sir Edmund William Gosse (18491928) poet and man of letters,was the only son of the zoologist Philip Henry Gosse (1810-1888).
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D.46 SIR EDMUND WILLIAM GOSSE PAPERS, 1882-1929 1 box (43 items) Sir Edmund William Gosse (1849-1928) poet and man of letters, was the only son of the zoologist Philip Henry Gosse (1810-1888). He was successively employed in the cataloguing department of the British Museum, 1865-1875, as translator to the Board of Trade, 1875-1904, and as Librarian to the House of Lords, 1904-1914. From 1875 he published volumes of poetry, criticism and biography, which led to a lecture tour in the United States in 1884-85 and an appointment as lecturer in English literature at Cambridge, 1885-1890. His reputation as a critic suffered in a controversy with John Churton Collins in 1886, but he eventually recovered and from 1918 to 1928 he wrote a series of weekly columns about books for the Sunday Times . Gosse's acquaintances included most of literary London, and his home was a meeting place for many friends. The correspondence in chiefly concerned with the details of publishing and criticism, business exchanges, and social notes. The letters to Theodore Blake Wirgman, sculptor and painter, concern paintings, Academy showings, and social occasions. Other correspondents are Kate Douglas Wiggin, John Lane, Oswald John Frederick Crawfurd and Clarence Winthrop Bowen. Gift of Gamma Phi Sorority, August 1974.

47. The Victorian Literary Studies Archive, Hyper-Concordance, Concordance, Concorda
Gissing, George (18571903); Gosse, Edmund (1849-1928); Hardy, Thomas(1840-1928); Hazlitt, William (1778-1830); Hearn, Lafcadio (1850
This Hyper-Concordance is written in C++, a program that scans and displays lines based on a command entered by the user. The main advantage of the C++ program is that it not only identifies the concordance lines but the words occurring to the left and the right of the word or phrase searched. It also reports the total number of text lines, the total word count and the number of occurrences of the word or phrase searched. The full text of the book is displayed in a box at the bottom of the screen. Each line of the text is numbered, and the line number and the term(s) searched provide a link to the full text. The Hyper-Concordance displays two pull-down boxes. The user can first choose one of a selection of authors from the box and then one from a list of the author's works. There are four limiting options displayed before searching: case sensitive, non-alphabet character sensitive, head length and tail length. The searcher can also ascertain the book's total word count and vocabulary distribution by searching without a query. I hope this web-based KWIC concordance (Key Word in Context) offers a clear survey of Victorian literary texts. My warmest thanks go to a colleague of mine, Dr. Masahiro Komatsu (Graduate School of Languages and Cultures, Nagoya University), who was kind enough to write the C++ program.

48. Edmund Gosse :: Online Encyclopedia :: Information Genius
Edmund Gosse. Online Encyclopedia Edmund William Gosse (18491928) wasan English poet, author and critic, the son of Philip Henry Gosse.
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Edmund William Gosse ) was an English poet , author and critic, the son of Philip Henry Gosse . He worked as assistant librarian at the British Museum from , and in 1875 became a translator at the Board of Trade, a post which he held until . In the meantime, he published his first volume of poetry, On Viol and Flute ) and a work of criticism, Studies in the Literature of Northern Europe ). He became acquainted with the pre-Raphaelites and Algernon Swinburne From 1904, Gosse was librarian of the House of Lords , where he exercised considerable influence. He wrote for the Sunday Times , and was an expert on Thomas Gray William Congreve John Donne Jeremy Taylor , and Coventry Patmore . He can also take credit for introducing Ibsen 's work to the British public. His most famous book is the autobiographical Father and Son , about his troubled relationship with his father, Philip. In later life, he became a formative influence on Siegfried Sassoon , whose mother was a friend of Gosse's wife, Ellen.

49. Edmund
Edmund Clarence Stedman (18331908) American editor. Sir Edmund Gosse (1849-1928)British literary historian. Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) Edmund philosopher.
For many more names, please Return to Edgar's Main Page. Edmund
Gender : Masculine.
Language : English.
Edmund is the modern form of the Old English name Eadmund
Pronunciation : ed-mund.
English Ed Eddie Eddy Ned Neddie Neddy Ted Teddy
Alternates Edmonde French Edmond Emon Monet Hawaiian Ekemona Hungarian Irish Eamon Eamonn Italian Edmondo Spanish Edmundo Famous Bearers Artists and Authors Edmund Spenser English poet. Edmund Waller English poet. Edmondo de Amicis Italian writer. Edmond Rostand French dramatist. Edmund C. Blunden American poet. Hungarian novelist. (Eamonn) Kevin Roche Irish architect. Educators, Scholars, and Social Workers Edmund Bolton English historian. Edmund Calamy English theologian. Edmund Burke British statesman and political scientist. Edmund Malone Irish-English scholar. Edmund Hodgson Yates English journalist. Edmund Clarence Stedman American editor. Sir Edmund Gosse British literary historian. Edmund Husserl Edmund philosopher.

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52. English Poetry Second Edition, Table Of Contents
+ Gorges, Arthur, Sir, 1557?1625. + Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928. + Gosse,Edmund, 1849-1928. + Gosynhyll, Edward. + Gould, Robert, d. 1709?

53. Twentieth-Century English Poetry, Table Of Contents
+ Geddes, Gary. + Gittings, Robert. + Glover, Jon. + Gosse, Edmund, 18491928.+ Graham, WS (William Sydney), 1918-1986. + Graves, Robert, 1895-1985.

54. Whitman's Essay, "Sir Edmund Gosse."
apart from the company of the Poets. Sir Edmund Gosse (18491928)._ Found this material Helpful?
"Walt Whitman."
By Sir Edmund Gosse Fatima was permitted, nay encouraged, to make use of all the rooms, so elegantly and commodiously furnished, in Bluebeard Castle, with one exception. It was in vain that the housemaid and the cook pointed out to her that each of the ladies who had preceded her as a tenant had smuggled herself into that one forbidden chamber and had never come out again. Their sad experience was thrown away upon Fatima, who penetrated the fatal apartment and became an object of melancholy derision. The little room called "Walt Whitman," in the castle of literature, reminds one of that in which the relics of Bluebeard's levity were stored. We all know that discomfort and perplexity await us there, that nobody ever came back from it with an intelligible message, that it is piled with the bones of critics; yet such is the perversity of the analytic mind, that each one of us, sooner or later, finds himself peeping through the keyhole and fumbling at the lock. As the latest of these imprudent explorers, I stand a moment with the handle in my hand and essay a defence of these whose skeletons will presently be discovered. Was it their fault? Was their failure not rather due to a sort of magic that hands over the place? To drop metaphor, I am sadly conscious that, after reading what a great many people of authority and of assumption have written about Whitman - reading it, too, in a humble spirit - though I have been stimulated and entertained, I have not been at all instructed. Pleasant light, of course, has been thrown on the critics themselves and on their various peculiarities. But upon Whitman, upon the place he holds in literature and life, upon the questions, what he was and why he was, surely very little. To me, at least, after all the oceans of talk, after all the extravagant eulogy, all the mad vituperation, he remains perfectly cryptic and opaque. I find no reason given by these authorities why he should have made his appearance, or what his appearance signifies. I am told that he is abysmal, putrid, glorious, universal and contemptible. I like these excellent adjectives, but I cannot see how to apply them to Whitman. Yet, like a boy at a shooting-gallery, I cannot go home till I, too, have had my six shots at this running- deer.

55. Nietz Collection
John Singer Sargent (18561925) Library of Congress Citations Ford, Ford Madox, 1873-1939. Gilbert, Cass, 1859-1934. Gosse, Edmund, 1849-1928.Hanson, Charles. Hassam, Childe, 1859-1935. Heinemann, William, 1863-1920.

56. Finding-Aid For The Gosse Papers (WTU00212)
Return to the Table of Contents. Descriptive Summary. Creator Gosse , Sir Edmund, 18491928 , British author. Title Papers. Quantity 21 pp. 2 items.
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57. Index
Gosse, Edmund (18491928) Father and Son A Study of Two TemperamentsGould, George M. (1848-1922) Anomalies and Curiosities of
English Classics 3000 G ( Listed by Author )
    Gaboriau, Emile (1832-1873)
      Baron Trigault's Vengeance
      Caught in the Net
      The Champdoce Mystery
      The Count's Millions
      The Mystery of Orcival
      Other People's Money
      Within an Inch of His Life

    Galdos, B. Perez (1843-1920)
      Dona Perecta

    Galsworthy, John (1867-1933)
    Awakening and To Let
      Beyond A Bit O' Love The Burning Spear The Dark Flower The Eldest Son The First and Last Five Tales The Foundations Four Short Plays Fraternity The Freelands The Fugitive Indian Summer of a Forsyte The Island Pharisees Joy Justice The Little Dream The Little Man Man of Property The Mob The Patrician The Pigeon Saint's Progress The Silver Box The Skin Game Strife Studies and Essays: Censorship and Art Concerning Letters The Inn of Tranquility and Others Quality and Others Villa Rubein and Other Stories
    Galt, John (1779-1839)
      The Annals of the Parish The Ayrshire Legatees The Provost
    Gardner, William (1861- )
      The Life of Stephen A. Douglas
    Garland, Hamlin (1860-1940) Main-Travelled Roads Gaskell, Elizabeth C. (1810-1865)

1933 Nov 14 ANS 1p F11 Gosse, Edmund, 18491928. To William 1928 May 9 TL(c) 1p Note Copy of a letter written by Gosse one week before his death.
Special Collections Department
Letters to
Richard Cobden Sanderson
Manuscript Collection Number
Accessioned : Purchase, December 1995.
Extent : ca. 375 items (.6 ft.).
Content : Letters, prospectus, documents.
Access : The collection is open for research.
Processed : November 1996 by Anita A. Wellner. for reference assistance email Special Collections or contact:
    Special Collections, University of Delaware Library
    Newark, Delaware 19717-5267
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Biographical Note
Publisher Richard Cobden Sanderson was the son of British bookbinder and printer Thomas James Cobden Sanderson (1840-1922), who founded the Doves Press, at Hammersmith, a borough of greater London . In 1919 Richard Cobden Sanderson established himself as a publisher, with partners Kenneth Rae and Boofie Gore (later Lord Arran). From his office at Thavies Inn, Holborn, Cobden Sanderson earned a reputation for publishing books noted for the quality of their content and presentation. Early publications by Cobden Sanderson and company featured T. S. Eliot's

59. University Of Delaware: HENRY MILLS ALDEN PAPERS
1888 Apr 16 ALS 2p 1890 Jun 1 ALS 2p 1908 Nov 12 ALS 2p Dec 5 ACS 2p F8 Gosse,Edmund, 18491928. 1908 Nov 20 ACS 2p F9 Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909.
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Henry Mills Alden Papers
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Extent: .2 linear feet (59 items).
Contents: Correspondence.
Access: The collection is open for research.
Processed: September 1996 by Julie Witsken. for reference assistance email Special Collections or contact:
    Special Collections, University of Delaware Library
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Biographical Note
Henry Mills Alden, American writer and editor for 50 years of Harper's Magazine and descendent of John and Priscilla Alden of the Mayflower fame, was born in Mount Tabor, Vermont, on 3 November 1836. In 1853 he entered Williams College, where his fellow students included James A. Garfield, John J. Ingalls, and Horace E. Scudder. After attending Williams, Alden spent three years at Andover Theological Seminary. Though he never entered the ministry, he often served as preacher at neighborhood parishes. Alden's literary career began while he was in the seminary with the acceptance of two articles by the Atlantic Monthly . The articles, one of which was on the Eleusinian Mysteries, had been sent, unbeknownst to him, to the

60. Old And New, By Edmund Gosse
Click Here. OLD AND NEW. by Edmund Gosse (18491928). I. BC. OME, Hesper,and ye Gods of mountain waters, Come, nymphs and Dryades, Come
OLD AND NEW by: Edmund Gosse (1849-1928) I. B.C.
    OME, Hesper, and ye Gods of mountain waters,
    Come, nymphs and Dryades,
    Come, silken choir of soft Pierian daughters,
    And girls of lakes and seas,
    Fill all the earth and air;
    Shout back the echo there!
    All day in soundless swoon or heavy slumber,
    We lay among the flowers,
    But now the stars break forth in countless number
    To watch the dewy hours;
    And now Iacchus, beautiful and glowing,
    Adown the hill-side comes,
    Mid tabrets shaken high, and trumpets blowing,
    And resonance of drums.
    The leopard-skin is round his smooth white shoulders,
    The vine-branch round his hair,
    Those eyes that rouse desire in maid-beholders
    Are glittering, glowworm-fair;
    Crowned king of all the provinces of pleasure,
    Lord of a wide domain,
    He comes, and brings delight that knows no measure,
    A full Saturnian reign.
    Take me, too, Maenads, to your fox-skin chorus,
    Rose-lipped like volute-shells,
    For I would follow where your host canorous
    Roars down the forest-dells;
    The sacred frenzy rends my throat and bosom!
    I shout, and whirl where He

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