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Mathew Arnold
 Birth Date 24 December 1822
 Birth Place Laleham
 Father Name Thomas Arnold
 Friends
 Arthur Hugh Clough
 William W...
Education
 WINCHSTER SCHOOL IN 1836
 BALLIOL COLLEGE OXFORD 1841
Criticism
 Published His Lecture On

Translating Homer In 1861
 Last Word S On Translating Homer
In 1862
 Essay On Cri...
Theology And Social Theory

He Began Devoting His

Attention To Social And
Theological Subject
And Literature And
Dogma
...
Arnold Classicism
Not Believe In Unbridled

Imagination He Choose To
trust In Intellect And
Critical Spirit
Preface He ...
Arnolds Work Poetry
 Alaric At Rome And Cromwell Was

Prize Poem
 Political Venture Was Strayed
Reveller
 Empedocles O...
Arnold Romanticism
 The Forsaken Merman Full Of

Romance
 Love Poem Are Strikingly
Romantic Although Edmund
Blended Cal...
Theory Of Poetry
A Time Is Not Far When

Poetry Will Replace
Science And Religion
Poet Of Nature
He Was Inspired From

Wordsworth .But For Him
Secret Of Nature Is Not
Joy But Peace
Elegiac Poet
Most Elegiac Poet In English

Literature
Entire Body Of Poetry Is
Elegiac Some Time Personal
And Some Time...
Modern Element In Arnold
Work
He Found Crudity Vulgarity

Violence Brought Wake Of
The Industrial Revolution
Dover Beac...
Narrative Poem
He Wrote Six Narrative Poem
The Forsaken Merman
Mycerinus
The Sick King In Bokhara
Tristram And Iseul...
Message
Arnold Seek An Ideal Life

Through The Medium Of
Poetry
Grand Function Of Poetry Is
To Deal With Man And Destin...
Mathew Arnold
Style And Language
 Greek Spirit In Writing Style
 He Had Classical Tradition In His

Bone
 He Avoided Subjectivity Wh...
 Eyes Too Expressive To

Be Blue Too Lovely To Be
Grey
 He Don’t Like Metre
 Clarity Lucidity And
Brevity Is Character ...
Poetic Drama
Empedocles On Etna
Merope
Lyric Poet

 Lyric Poet Are Essential Romantic

For Subjectivity Is The Essence Of
LyricS
 Switzerland Poem And Fades L...
Arnold Prose Works
A Victorian Who Deserved

To Be Remember For His
Verses
Prophet Of Age
Teaching And Traveling
 He Was Teacher In Rugby School
 The Inspector Of Schools In

Lansdowne
 Private Sectary In Lan...
Death
On 15 April 1888

Drowned In Water
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  1. 1. Mathew Arnold
  2. 2.  Birth Date 24 December 1822  Birth Place Laleham  Father Name Thomas Arnold  Friends  Arthur Hugh Clough  William Words Worth  Love  Marguerite  Frances Lucy  Children 6 .  4 Boys 2 Girls
  3. 3. Education  WINCHSTER SCHOOL IN 1836  BALLIOL COLLEGE OXFORD 1841
  4. 4. Criticism  Published His Lecture On Translating Homer In 1861  Last Word S On Translating Homer In 1862  Essay On Criticism In 1865  Social Essay N Criticism Friendship Garland Mixed Essay  Religion Criticism St Paul And Protestantism  God And The Bible
  5. 5. Theology And Social Theory He Began Devoting His Attention To Social And Theological Subject And Literature And Dogma Church And Religion In 1877
  6. 6. Arnold Classicism Not Believe In Unbridled Imagination He Choose To trust In Intellect And Critical Spirit Preface He Recorded His Protest Against subjectivism And Individualism Hugh Walker
  7. 7. Arnolds Work Poetry  Alaric At Rome And Cromwell Was Prize Poem  Political Venture Was Strayed Reveller  Empedocles On Etna And Other Poem In 1852  Poetry Is Elegiac In Character  Melancholy Is Clear In His Poetry  Different Themes
  8. 8. Arnold Romanticism  The Forsaken Merman Full Of Romance  Love Poem Are Strikingly Romantic Although Edmund Blended Calls Them Elegies Of Love  Tribute To Words Worth  Laid Us As We Lay At Birth  On The Cool Flowery Lap Of Earth  E.G Parting A farewell
  9. 9. Theory Of Poetry A Time Is Not Far When Poetry Will Replace Science And Religion
  10. 10. Poet Of Nature He Was Inspired From Wordsworth .But For Him Secret Of Nature Is Not Joy But Peace
  11. 11. Elegiac Poet Most Elegiac Poet In English Literature Entire Body Of Poetry Is Elegiac Some Time Personal And Some Time Impersonal E.G Virgilian Cry. Melancholy. Gipsy Child Summer Night .
  12. 12. Modern Element In Arnold Work He Found Crudity Vulgarity Violence Brought Wake Of The Industrial Revolution Dover Beach Is Modern Poem. He Is Modern Because He Inaugurated A New Age In Criticism.
  13. 13. Narrative Poem He Wrote Six Narrative Poem The Forsaken Merman Mycerinus The Sick King In Bokhara Tristram And Iseult In Cornwall Sohrab And Rustum Balders Dead
  14. 14. Message Arnold Seek An Ideal Life Through The Medium Of Poetry Grand Function Of Poetry Is To Deal With Man And Destiny Arnold Suggested Religion Moral And Aesthetic Traced Through Poetry
  15. 15. Mathew Arnold
  16. 16. Style And Language  Greek Spirit In Writing Style  He Had Classical Tradition In His Bone  He Avoided Subjectivity Which He Said Allegory Of Mind  Elizabethan Poets  Poet Should Add Two Thing One Feeling And Thought Other Composition and Grand Style  Grace And Elegance
  17. 17.  Eyes Too Expressive To Be Blue Too Lovely To Be Grey  He Don’t Like Metre  Clarity Lucidity And Brevity Is Character Of His Style
  18. 18. Poetic Drama Empedocles On Etna Merope
  19. 19. Lyric Poet  Lyric Poet Are Essential Romantic For Subjectivity Is The Essence Of LyricS  Switzerland Poem And Fades Love Have Lyric Grace And Delicacy .  Fades Leaves Are Synthesis Of Gravity Of Thought And Emotion  Musicality Is Strong Essence Of But Not Strong Point Of Arnold
  20. 20. Arnold Prose Works A Victorian Who Deserved To Be Remember For His Verses Prophet Of Age
  21. 21. Teaching And Traveling  He Was Teacher In Rugby School  The Inspector Of Schools In Lansdowne  Private Sectary In Lansdowne  Delivered Many Lecture In USA  Awarded Fellow Ship At Oriel Collage  Traveling In Wales France Ireland And London
  22. 22. Death On 15 April 1888 Drowned In Water

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