A. C. Swinburne: Leading Questions
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A Forsaken Garden
Dead Roses, Dead Love: How Time Conquers All But Itself
Absence in Swinburne's "A Forsaken Garden"
Landscapes of Garden and Sea in Swinburne's "A Forsaken Garden"
The Seismic Force of Metaphor in Swinburne's "Anactoria"
Consuming Love: Sappho speaks in Swinburne's "Anactoria"
Swinburne's "Anactoria": The Death of Love versus the Afterlife of Art
Bitterness and Triumph in Swinburne's "Anactoria"
"A Cameo" and "Anactoria"
Text of the poem (in the
Religion and Politics in “Before a Crucifix”
Christ, Crucifixes, and the Church
Conveying Conviction in “Before a Crucifix”
Religion and the Masses
Religion and Politics in "Before a Crucifix"
The Corruption of Catholicism in Swinburne's "Before a Crucifix"
Swinburne's Condemnation of Christianity in "Before a Crucifix"
Swinburne's "Before a Crucifix"
the North Sea
“Changefully Changeless”: Movement in the Liminal State — a guide to “By the North Sea”
Gendered Nature in Swinburne's "By the North Sea"
"By the North Sea"
Extreme Contradictions in Swinburne's "By the North Sea"
"Waste endless and boundless:" A.C. Swinburne's "By The North Sea"
Desolation and Destruction in Swinburne's "By the North Sea"
Christianity: A Timeless Classic?
The Sun of God
Sex Never Goes Out of Fashion
Dolores: The Lady of Pain
The Lady of Virtue Turned to Vice
on the Broads
A guide to the poem
The Circular Landscape: Confronting Paradox and Imagery in Swinburne's "Evening on the Broads"
The Evening as a Wave
The Nothingness of Night
Ease or Desperation in "Evening on the Broads" by A.C. Swinburne
A Bleak World in Swinburne's "Evening on the Broads"
"Evening on the Broads" — A Shadowless World?
Cosmic Beachcombers in "Evening on the Broads"
The View from Down Here
Hymn to Proserpine
Time and Religion in Swinburne's "Hymn to Proserpine"
Myth, Pattern, and Paradox in Swinburne's "Hymn to Prosperpine"
Swinburne and the politics of "Hymn to Proserpine"
Swinburne's "Hymn to Proserpine"
"Hymn to Proserpine": The Rise of Christianity
Juxtapositions of Christianity and paganism in Swinburne's "Hymn to Proserpine"
Washing faith away in Swinburne's "Hymn to Proserpine"
Christ, the Sea and Death
The Devouring Woman in Swinburne's "Laus Veneris"
The Eroticism of Leprosy and Romantic Obsession in A.C Swinburne's "Laus Veneris" and "The Leper"
Laus Veneris: The Poem and the Painting
Requited Love in "Laus Veneris": Is satisfaction possible?
An Idol and God Overshadowed by Desire
God vs. The Gods in the Poetry of Swinburne
A Crisis of Faith and Identity in "Laus Veneris"
Time, the Fates, and Lost Love in Swinburne's "The Triumph of Time"
Wine, Bread, Body and Blood: How Swinburne Borrows Christian Imagery in "The Triumph of Time"
The Rhythmic Patterns of Love and Loss in "The Triumph of Time"
Swinburne's use of “twain” in the “The Triumph of Time”
Swinburne's view of Russian Anti-Semitic Pogroms
Invective as Gesture: Swinburne's "On the Russian Persecution of the Jews"
The Poetic Assault: Swinburne's "The Saviour of Society"
The Savior of Society
The Femme Fatale in Swinburne's "In the Orchard"
A Feeling of Detachment in "Before Parting"
Sound Liberates Meaning in Swinburne's "Itylus"
Irresistible, Anguished Love in "A Ballad of Life"
Swinburne's "Félise": A Dead Desire
God as Pan: Swinburne's "A Nympholept"
Gestalt Paganism in A.C. Swinburne's 'Hertha'
Last modified 14 April 2011