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Matthew Arnold
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Man And Superman
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  • When he finds people chattering harmlessly about Anatole France and Nietzsche, he devastates them with Matthew Arnold, the Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, and even Macaulay; and as he is devoutly religious at bottom, he first leads the unwary, by humorous irreverences, to wave popular theology out of account in discussing moral questions with him, and then scatters them in confusion by demanding whether the carrying out of his ideals of conduct was not the manifest object of Godů

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  • In a letter to his mother, Matthew Arnold described himself as having "less poetical sentiment than Tennyson and less intellectual vigour" than Browning, but thought he fused both strengths better than either of them.
  • "You remember Matthew Arnold, don’t you?"
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman

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