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Victorian literature


Discusses changing critical responses to what was once Clough's most highly-regarded longer poem, and argues that the values it represents are still central to understanding Clough's life and career. First presented at a symposium on Clough's work hosted by University College, London, at Dr. Williams's Library, London, on February 3, 2010, marking the unveiling by English Heritage on Clough's London residence of an official blue memorial plaque.