The Arts: Why They Hid the Poet's Boots
|Caption||The Arts: Why They Hid the Poet's Boots. For six months, fiery Algernon Swinburne was kept a prisoner in a London house. The ruthless confinement had been decided on by his great friend -- in the interests of English literature! Our illustration was inspired by Swinburne's love poem, A Match.|
|Artist||John Millar Watt|
|Artwork medium||Printed material|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Algernon Swinburne verse poet poems literature gown romance love|
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|LL0127-019-00||3,352 x 4,773 pixels||175|
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