Poems and Ballads and Atalanta in Calydon

ISBN-10: 0140422501
ISBN-13: 9780140422504
Edition: 2000
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Description: Atalanta in Calydon is a drama in classical Greek form, revealing Swinburne's metrical skills. The Poems and Ballads reveal his preoccupation with de Sade, masochism and femmes fatales. This text also contains Notes on Poems and Reviews.

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List price: $20.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 4/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 5.00" wide x 7.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Atalanta in Calydon is a drama in classical Greek form, revealing Swinburne's metrical skills. The Poems and Ballads reveal his preoccupation with de Sade, masochism and femmes fatales. This text also contains Notes on Poems and Reviews.

Poet Algernon Charles Swinburne was born April 5, 1837 in Grosvenor Place, London, but spent most of his boyhood on the Isle of Wight, where both his parents and grandparents had homes. He was educated at Eton and Oxford University but was expelled from Oxford before he graduated. Although some of his work had already appeared in periodicals, Atalanta in Calydon was the first poem to come out under his name and was received enthusiastically. "Laus Veneris" and Poems and Ballads, with their sexually charged passages, were attacked all the more violently as a result. Swinburne's meeting in 1867 with his long-time hero Mazzini, led to the more political Songs before Sunrise. In 1879, with Swinburne nearly dead from alcoholism and dissolution, his legal advisor Theodore Watts-Dunton took him in, and was successful in getting him to adopt a healthier style of life. Swinburne lived the rest of his days at Watts-Dunton's house outside London. He saw less and less of his old friends, but his growing deafness accounts for some of his decreased sociability. He died of influenza in 1909.

Acknowledgements
Preface
Table of Dates
Further Reading
A Ballad of Life
A Ballad of Death
Laus Veneris
Pkaedra
The Triumph of Time
Les Noyades
A Leave-Taking
Itylus
Anactoria
Hymn to Proserpine
Ilicet
Hermaphroditus
Fragolett
Rondel
Satia te Sanguine
A Litany
A Lamentation
Anima Anceps
In the Orchard
A Match
Faustine
A Cameo
Song before Death
Rococo
Stage Love
The Leper
A Ballad of Burdens
Rondel
Before the Mirror
Erotion
In Memory of Walter Savage Landor
A Song in Time of Order, 1852
A Song in Time of Revolution, 1860
To Victor Hugo
Before Dawn
Dolores
The Garden of Proserpine
Hesperia
Love at Sea
April
Before Parting
The Sundew
Felise
An Interlude
Hendecasyllabics
Sapphics
At Eleusis
August
A Christmas Carol
The Masque of Queen Bersabe
St. Dorothy
The Two Dreams
Aholibah
Love and Sleep
Madonna Mia
The King's Daughter
After Death
May Janet
The Bloody Son
The Sea-Swallows
The Year of Love
Dedication, 1865
Atalanta in Calydon
Notes 324
Notes on Poems and Reviews
Map of places in Atalanta in Calydon
Index of Titles and First Lines

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