Matthew Arnold, the foremost Victorian 'man of letters', forged a
unique literary career, first as an important post-Romantic poet
and then as a prose writer who profoundly influenced the formation
of modern literary and cultural studies. Machann challenges the
popular image of Arnold as an elitist intellectual and shows how
his poetry and prose grew out of his personal life and his
passionate engagement with the world, emphasizing the journal
publications that drove his career as a literary, social and
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