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Burne-Jones was sympathetic (Fitzgerald, 2003, p. 148), but it was Oscar Browning who said of Solomon that his ‘only true friends apart from artists were Pater and myself whom he really loved and we loved him’ (Reynolds, 1984, p. 21). As homophobic panic spread through the community, Solomon was abandoned. In the same month of Solomon’s arrest, Pater’s Studies in the History of the Renaissance was published, and an early, hostile, review in The Globe linked his name with Solomon’s in terms that were so explicit that they must have heightened Pater’s anxiety.

1057/9780230281431 - Victorian Aesthetic Conditions, Edited by Elicia Clements and Lesley J. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-14 the capital of the empire for the first time – ‘The Most Religious City in the World’. As the title suggests, Marius is lucky in the era of his arrival – but the explanation of his good fortune fills in some of what Pater means by religion in this instance: 28 Jonah Siegel The novelty of Christianity does not reside in the materials that make it up but in the spirit of arrangement that has harmonized those materials anew much as ‘the works of various ages fell harmoniously together’ in the experience of Rome itself.

In the same month of Solomon’s arrest, Pater’s Studies in the History of the Renaissance was published, and an early, hostile, review in The Globe linked his name with Solomon’s in terms that were so explicit that they must have heightened Pater’s anxiety. Just as the ‘preface repudiates philosophy’, said the anonymous writer, ‘so . . 1057/9780230281431 - Victorian Aesthetic Conditions, Edited by Elicia Clements and Lesley J. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-14 36 which destroys morality’.

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