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 Arnold, Sir ArthurArnold, Matthew, D.C.L. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Arnold, Sir Edwin, K.C.I.E., C.S.I.
 
(b. June 10th, 1832). “The Feast of Belshazzar” (Newdigate Prize, 1852); “Poems, Narrative and Lyrical” (1853); “Griselda, a Drama” (1856); “Education in India” (1860); “The Hitapodesa,” a translation (1861); “A History of the Administration of India under the late Marquis of Dalhousie” (1864); “The Poets of Greece” (1869); translation of “Hero and Leander” (1873); “The Indian Song of Songs” (1875); “The Light of Asia” (1879); “Pearls of Faith” (1883); “Indian Idylls” (1883); “The Secret of Death” (1885); “The Song Celestial” (1885); “India Revisited” (1886); “Lotus and Jewel” (1887); “With Sadi in a Garden” (1888); “Poems, National and Non-Oriental” (1888); “In My Lady’s Praise” (1889); “The Light of the World” (1891); “Seas and Lands” (1891); “Japonica” (1891); “Potiphar’s Wife and Other Poems” (1892); “The Book of Good Counsels” (1893); “Adzuma” (1893); “Wandering Words” (1894); “The Tenth Muse,” etc. (1895). Editor of the Daily Telegraph.   1
 


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