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Apologia pro vita sua

Author: John Henry Newman; David J DeLaura
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., ©1968.
Series: Norton critical edition.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Presents John Henry Newman's autobiographical response to a public attack on his personal integrity by novelist Charles Kingsley in 1863, who was critical and suspicious of Newman's abandonment of Anglicanism for the Church of Rome, and includes a defense of Catholicism.
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Named Person: John Henry Newman; John Henry Newman; John Henry Newman; John Henry Newman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Henry Newman; David J DeLaura
ISBN: 0393097668 9780393097665
OCLC Number: 312287
Description: xviii, 506 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Foreward --
A Note on The Text --
A Newman Chronology --
The Text of Apologia Pro Vita Sua --
Basic Texts of the Newman-Kingsley Controversy --
Mr. Kingsley and Dr. Newman : A Correspondance on the Question Whether Dr. Newman Teaches That Truth is No Virtue? --
Charles Kingsley : What, Then, Does Dr. Newman Mean? --
John Henry Newman : Mr. Kingsley's Method of Disputation --
True Mode of Meeting Mr. Kingsley --
Newman's Two Appendices of 1866 --
Origin and Reception of the Apologia --
Martin J. Svaglic / Why Newman Wrote the Apologia --
John Henry Newman / Letter to Canon Flanagan, 1857 --
Walter E. Houghton / The Issue Between Kingsley and Newman --
Vincent Ferrer Blehl / Early Criticism of the Apologia --
Essays in Criticism --
Lewis E. Gates / Newman as a Prose-Writer --
Walter E. Houghton / Style and the Dramatic Re-creation of the Past --
Martin J. Svaglic / The Structure of Newman's Apologia --
Robert A. Colby / The Poetical Structure of Newman's Apologia Pro Vita Sua --
Robert A. Colby / The Structure of Newman's Apologia Pro Vita Sua in Relation to His Theory of Assent --
Leonard W. Deen / The Rhetoric of Newman's Apologia --
David J. DeLaura / Newman's Apologia as Prophecy --
Bibliography.
Series Title: Norton critical edition.
Responsibility: John Henry Cardinal Newman ; an authoritative text, basic texts of the Newman-Kingsley controversy, origin and reception of the Apologia, essays in criticism edited by David J. DeLaura.

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Presents John Henry Newman's autobiographical response to a public attack on his personal integrity by novelist Charles Kingsley in 1863, who was critical and suspicious of Newman's abandonment of Anglicanism for the Church of Rome, and includes a defense of Catholicism.

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