Definition of Arthur symons
1. Noun. English poet (1865-1945).
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1. Nero & Other Playsby Henry Porter, Nathan Field, John Day, Herbert Percy Horne by Henry Porter, Nathan Field, John Day, Herbert Percy Horne (1888)
"... john house gentle sir er look and mantua sir john o master thou art thus late whither go blind beggar arthur symons she hath thou dar warrant thee enter ..."
2. Modern British Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1920)
"arthur symons Born in 1865, arthur symons' first few publications revealed an intellectual rather than an emotional passion. Those volumes were full of the ..."
3. Shelburne Essays by Paul Elmer More (1904)
"arthur symons: THE TWO ILLUSIONS IT is a saying of Joubert, as subtle as it is true, that the essence of art is to be found in the union of I 'illusion et ..."
4. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1920)
""ISN'T arthur symons' dictum that 'Madame Bovary' cannot be translated rather a sweeping and dubious statement?" Alfred A. Knopf asked Burton Rascoe, ..."