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Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837–1909)

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. A celebrated English poet; born in London, April 5, 1837; died on April 9, 1909. He published: ‘The Queen Mother and Rosamund’ (1861); ‘Atalanta in Calydon’ (1864); ‘Chastelard’ (1865); ‘Poems and Ballads’ (1866); ‘A Song of Italy’ (1867); ‘Ode on the Proclamation of the French Republic’ (1871); ‘Songs before Sunrise’ (1871); ‘Under the Microscope’ (1872); ‘Bothwell’ (1874); ‘Erechtheus’ (1875); ‘Poems and Ballads’ (1878), second series; ‘Songs of the Springtides’; ‘Songs of Two Nations’; ‘Studies in Song’; ‘A Century of Roundels’; ‘Marino Faliero’; ‘Locrine’; ‘Tristram of Lyonesse’; ‘The Sisters’; etc. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).