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The age of Tennyson,

Author: Hugh Walker
Publisher: London, G. Bell and Sons, [1897]
Series: Handbooks of English literature
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Walker, Hugh, 1855-1939.
Age of Tennyson.
London, G. Bell and sons, [1897]
(OCoLC)647593472
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Walker
OCLC Number: 167289
Notes: "Chronological table": p. [279]-287.
"Alphabetical list of writers": p. [289]-294.
Description: x, 309 pages 18 cm
Contents: Introduction: Depression after the Napoleonic struggle. Social problems. Spread of democracy. Popular education. Rise of periodical literature. Physical science. Tractarianism. Pre-Raphaelitism --
Chapter I: Thomas Carlyle --
Chapter II: Poetry from 1830 to 1850. The greater poets: Tennyson and Browning. Introduction: Tennyson's first period. Browning's first period --
Chapter III: The minor poets, 1830 to 1850. Mrs. Hemans and L. E. Landon. Charles Tennyson Turner. Thomas Hood. Laman Blanchard. Praed. Lord Houghton. R. H. Barham. Hartley Coleridge. Sara Coleridge. William Motherwell. Henry Taylor. Philip James Bailey. R. H. Horne. William Barnes. Mangan. Whitehead. Wade. Ebenezer Jones --
Chapter IV: The earlier fiction: Introduction, Maginn. Lord Lytton. Disraeli. Ainsworth. G. P. R. James. Marryat. Michael Scott. Warren --
Chapter V: Fiction: the intermediate period. Dickens. Thackeray. The Brontes. Mrs. Gaskell --
Chapter VI: The historians and biographers. Introduction. Macaulay. Thomas Arnold.Thirlwall. Grote. Milman. Finlay. Neale. Merivale. Froude. Kinglake. Buckle. Maine Lockhart. Stanley. Minor historians and biographers. Chapter VII: Theology and philosophy: Keble. Newman. Pusey. Wilberforce. Maurice. F. W. Robertson. Mark Pattison. Jowett. Mill. N. W. Senior. J. E. Cairnes. Whewell. Sir W. Hamilton. Ferrier. Mansel. Harriet Martineau. G. H. Lewes. Sir G. Cornewall Lewis. Herbert Spencer --
Chapter VIII: Science: Introduction. Lyell. Hugh Miller. Robert Chambers. Darwin. A. R. Wallace --
Chapter IX: Criticism, scholarship and miscellaneous prose: Introduction. J. P. Collier. Mrs. Jameson. J. O. Halliwell Phillipps. Helps. Ruskin. Matthew Arnold. Dr. John Brown. Rands. George Barrow --
Chapter X: Poetry from 1850 to 1870, the intellectual movement: Introduction. Matthew Arnold. Clough. Tennyson. Robert Browning. E. B. Browning. Edward Fitzgerald --
Chapter XI: Poetry from 1850 to 1870, the Pre-Raphaelites, the spasmodic school, minor poets: D. G. Rossetti. Christina Rossetti. W. E. Aytoun. Dobell. Alexander Smith. Coventry Patmore. Owen Meredith. Lord de Tabley. William Morris. Minor poets --
Chapter XII: The later fiction: Introduction. George Eliot. Mrs. Henry Wood. D. M. Craik. Charles Kingsley. Anthony Trollope. James Grant. Whyte-Melville. Wilkie Collins. G. A. Lawrence. Charles Reade. Conclusion --
Chronological table --
Alphabetical list of writers --
Index.
Series Title: Handbooks of English literature
Responsibility: by Hugh Walker.

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