and reviews by Matthew Arnold( Book ) 17 editions published in 1960 in English and held by 837 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. By matthew arnold. Arnold's poem, "Dover Beach" was included in Ray Bradbury's novel, Fahrenheit 451, and is also featured prominently in the novel Saturday by Ian McEwan. John Buckland in the small village. S essay does not appear in his collected works. 9 In 1886, he retired from school inspection and made another trip to America. 30 He continues to express his concern with Biblical truth explaining that "The personages of the Christian heaven and their conversations are no more matter of fact than the personages of the Greek Olympus and their conversations." 30 He also wrote in Literature and Dogma. Young free online library! Arnold often described his duties as a school inspector as "drudgery although "at other times he acknowledged the benefit of regular work." 4 The inspectorship required him, at least at first, to travel constantly and across much of England.
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