Definition of Arnold, Matthew in English:

Arnold, Matthew

Line breaks: Mat|thew Ar¦nold
Pronunciation: /ˈɑːn(ə)ld
  • (1822–88), English poet, essayist, and social critic. In works such as Culture and Anarchy (1869) he criticized the Victorian age in terms of its materialism, philistinism, and complacency. Notable poems: ‘The Scholar Gipsy’ (1853), ‘Dover Beach’ (1867).

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