The Arts: Why They Hid the Poet's Boots

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The Arts: Why They Hid the Poet's Boots. For six months, fiery Algernon Swinburne was kept a prisoner in a London house. Illustration was inspired by Swinburne's love poem, A Match. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 127 (20 June 1964). 20/6/64.

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