Spasmodic School

Spasmodic School, name given to a small group of minor poets about the middle of the 19th century, represented by Philips, James Bailey, Sydney Dobell, and Alexander Smith, from their strenuous, overstrained, and unnatural style.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Spartacus * Specific Gravity
Spain
Spalato
Spalding
Spallanzani, Lazaro
Spandau
Spanheim, Friedrich
Spanish Main
Sparks, James
Sparta
Spartacus
Spasmodic School
Specific Gravity
Spectrum
Spectrum Analysis
Speculative, The
Spedding, James
Speke, John Banning
Spence, Joseph
Spencer, Herbert
Spencer Gulf
Spener, Philip Jacob