Poet, essayist, and literary historian, John Addington Symonds (1840-1893) delved into every field of the humanities, writing the celebrated Renaissance in Italy and publishing translations of the Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini and the Sonnets of Michelangelo and Campanella; he wrote biographies of Shelley, Sidney, and Jonson, and collaborated with Havelock Ellis on a number of projects in sexology. He is remembered for his untiring efforts to loosen the restraints on homosexuals in England, and his Memoirs are the only diary of a Victorian homosexual of his stature. Symonds was a most voluminous letter-writer. It is always a marvel how he found time for so much and such varied correspondence in the midst of his ceaseless output of books.
|Title:||Letters and Papers of John Addington Symonds||Publisher:||University Press of the Pacific|
|Author:||Horatio F Brown|
|No. of Pages:||296|
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