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Algernon Charles Swinburne — was a Victorian poet and literary reviewer who, in , was considered for the Poet Laureateship when Alfred, Lord Tennyson died.
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Access options available:. Indeed, the Poems and Ballads includes an astonishing number of different lyric forms: not only ballads, ballades, and canzoni, but songs, rondeaux, a carol, a lamentation, a litany, a hymn, and poems in sapphics and hendecasyllabics after Sappho and Catullus, respectively. In his first collection, Swinburne was exploring a broad range of the forms that lyric poetry might take. In demonstrating through creative imitation his mastery of so many different lyric forms, Swinburne was doing something very much like Tennyson in his first major collection of , Poems, Chiefly Lyrical. In the early s, however, Swinburne edited a number of older ballad texts from Scotland and the north of England and composed some startlingly similar poems of his own. In this, one might say, he was closer to creative poet-editors and emulators like James Macpherson, Thomas Chatterton, or John Clare.
English poet and critic Algernon Charles Swinburne was born into a wealthy Northumbrian family in London, England in Swinburne was one of the most accomplished lyric poets of the Victorian era and was a preeminent symbol of rebellion against the conservative values of his time. While at Oxford, Swinburne met the brothers William Michael and Dante Gabriel Rossetti , as well as other members of the Pre-Raphaelite circle, a group of artists and writers whose work emphasized medieval subjects, elaborate religious symbolism, and a sensual pictorialism, and who cultivated an aura of mystery and melancholy in their lives as well as in their works. In Swinburne published two verse dramas in the volume The Queen-Mother and Rosamond , which was largely ignored. He achieved his first literary success in with Atalanta in Calydon , which was written in the form of classical Greek tragedy. The following year the appearance of Poems and Ballads brought Swinburne instant notoriety. He subsequently wrote poetry of many different kinds, including the militantly republican Song of Italy and Songs before Sunrise in support of the risorgimento , the movement for Italian political unity, as well as nature poetry.
Swinburne, Algernon Charles — , poet and literary reviewer , was born on 5 April at 7 Chester Street, London, the second of six children of Admiral Charles Henry Swinburne — and his wife, Lady Jane Henrietta — , daughter of George, third earl of Ashburnham — , and his wife, Lady Charlotte Percy d. Swinburne's father served in the Royal Navy from to He loved music and painting, practical activities such as carpentry, and experimented with photography.
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Algernon Charles Swinburne , born April 5, , London—died April 10, , Putney, London , English poet and critic, outstanding for prosodic innovations and noteworthy as the symbol of mid-Victorian poetic revolt.