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Swinburne, Algernon Charles
(b. London, April 5th, 1837). The Queen Mother and Rosamond (1861); Atalanta in Calydon (1864); Chastelard (1865), Poems and Ballads (1866); Notes on Poems and Reviews (1866); A Song of Italy (1867), William Blake, a critical essay (1867); Notes on the Royal Academy Exhibition (1868); Ode on the Proclamation of the French Republic (1870), Songs before Sunrise (1871), Under the Microscope (1872). Bothwell, a tragedy (1874); Essays and Studies (1875); George Chapman, an essay (1875). Erectheus, a tragedy (1876); A Note on Charlotte Brontë (1877); Poems and Ballads (second series, 1878); A Study of Shakespeare (1880); Songs of the Springtides (1880); The Seven against Sense (1880); Mary Stuart, a Tragedy (1881); Tristram of Lyonesse (1882); A Century of Roundels (1883); A Midsummer Holiday (1884); Marino Faliero (1885); A Study of Victor Hugo (1886); Miscellanies (1886); Locrine (1887); The Jubilee, 1887 (1887); The Ballad of Dead Mens Bay (1889); The Brothers (1889); Poems and Ballads (third series, 1889); A Study of Ben Jonson (1889); The Sisters (1890); A Sequence of Sonnets on the Death of Robert Browning (1890); Sacred and Shakespearian Affinities (1890); Grace Darling (1893); Studies in Prose and Poetry (1894); Astrophel, etc. (1894). Selections from his Works (1887). For Criticism, see Formans Living Poets, Stedmans Victorian Poets, etc.