Concept

1890 in poetry

Summary
Nationality words link to articles with information on the nation's poetry or literature (for instance, Irish or France). Events
  • Rhymers' Club founded in London by W. B. Yeats and Ernest Rhys as a group of like-minded poets who meet regularly and publish anthologies in 1892 and 1894; attendees include Ernest Dowson, Lionel Johnson, Richard Le Gallienne, John Davidson, Edwin Ellis, Victor Plarr, , A. C. Hillier, John Todhunter, Arthur Symons, Ernest Radford and Thomas William Rolleston; Oscar Wilde attends some meetings held in private homes
  • Dove Cottage, Grasmere in the English Lake District acquired by the Wordsworth Trust.
Works published in English United Kingdom
  • Richard Garnett, Iphigenia in Delphi
  • W. S. Gilbert, Songs of a Songbird
  • Rudyard Kipling, "Danny Deever", first of the Barrack-Room Ballads
  • William McGonagall, Poetic Gems
  • Walter Pater, Appreciations with an Essay on Style
  • Mary F. Robinson, The New Arcad
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