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Portrait of Swinburne by William Bell Scott
Public DomainPortrait of Swinburne by William Bell Scott

Algernon Swinburne (1837-1909) was a technically-innovative poet who shocked Victorian society with the decadence of his work.  The Victorian establishment assumed that his morals matched his poetry, although Oscar Wilde claimed that Swinburne's degeneracy was a show, and he had "done everything he could to convince his fellow citizens of his homosexuality and bestiality without being in the slightest degree a homosexual or a bestializer."