Among the English poets: Keats, Arnold, and the placement of fragments

Siegel, Jonah
June 1999
Victorian Poetry;Summer99, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p215
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Explores the cultural significance of the poetic anthology in the Victorian era. Reception of John Keats in mid- and late-Victorian England; Keats' representation of emergent notions of accumulation and organization; Matthew Arnold's influential response to Keats; Late essay Arnold wrote as the introduction to his selection of Keats' work for the anthology `The English Poets.'


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