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Saturday Review, 2 July 1904, xcviii, 17–18; Athenaeum, 18 June 1904, 775– 6; Spectator, 16 July 1904, xciii, 88–9. In Saturday Review, 29 July 1882, liv, 156–7. One of the intemperate criticisms made by Alice Meynell, which did not appear, however, till after Swinburne’s death, in ‘Swinburne’s Lyrical Poetry’, Dublin Review, July 1909, cxlv, 172–83; reprinted in Hearts of Controversy (1917). In the introduction to Swinburne Replies (1966). Heroes and Hero-Worship, Centenary Edition, v (1904), 83, 90.

Swinburne on Christianity’, Saturday Review, 21 March 1896, lxxxi, 296–8. Courtney’s ‘Mr. , 104–20. Robert Shindler’s ‘The Theology of Mr. Swinburne’s Poems’, Gentleman’s Magazine, November 1891, cclxxi, 459–71, is, however, friendly. Lafcadio Hearn, A History of English Literature (1927), ii, 675–86; Pre-Raphaelite and Other Poets (1922), 122–79. George Barlow, ‘On the Spiritual Side of Mr. Swinburne’s Genius’, Contemporary Review, August 1905, lxxxviii, 231–50; ‘The Poetry and Criticism of Mr.

Watts-Dunton did what he could for Swinburne’s literary standing, as well as his health, and from 1877 to 1899 himself reviewed his friend’s books in the Athenaeum. Like Watts’s, George Saintsbury’s review of Poems and Ballads: Second Series, in the Academy,82 was appreciative, extolling poems that have stood the test of time —‘At a Month’s End’, ‘Ave atque Vale’, ‘A Vision of Spring in Winter’, ‘A Forsaken Garden’, and the song ‘Love Laid His Sleepless Head’. Following the example of the Athenaeum and the Academy, most periodicals were cordial.

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