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The Carlyles

Author: Aileen Christianson; Sheila McIntosh; Ralph Pite
Publisher: London Pickering & Chatto 2005
Series: Lives of Victorian literary figures; Elizabeth Gaskell, the Carlyles and John Ruskin by their contemporaries; Lives of Victorian literary figures / ser. ed.: Ralph Pite, 3, Elizabeth Gaskell, the Carlyles and John Ruskin by their contemporaries, Vol. 2
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Ruskin grew up in suburban London; in later life, he settled in the Lake District . Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle moved in the opposite direction - from rural Scotland to London's Cheyne Walk. This  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aileen Christianson; Sheila McIntosh; Ralph Pite
ISBN: 185196780X 9781851967803
OCLC Number: 254844139
Description: XLIV, 470 S Ill 24 cm
Contents: Volume 1 Elizabeth Gaskell Includes: Henry James, 'Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell', Nation (22 February 1866); [Harriet Parr], 'The Works of Mrs Gaskell', British Quarterly Review, pp. 399-429 (April 1867); Mat Hompes, 'Mrs Gaskell', The Gentleman's Magazine, pp. 124-38 (August 1895); Edna Lyall, 'Mrs Gaskell', Women Novelists of Queen Victoria's Reign: A Book of Appreciations, ed. Mrs Oliphant et al, pp. 119-45 (1897); Eliza Lynn Linton, My Literary Life: Reminiscences of Dickens, Thackeray, George Eliot, pp. 92-3 (1899); Mrs Richmond Ritchie, 'Mrs Gaskell', Cornhill Magazine, Volume XXI, pp. 757-66 (December 1906); Mary Elizabeth Coleridge, 'Mrs Gaskell' (1906), Gathered Leaves from the Prose of Mary E Coleridge, with a Memoir by Edith Sichel, pp. 186-93 (1910); Memorials of two Sisters: Susanna and Catherine Winkworth ed. Margaret J Shaen, pp. 23-5, 29-32, 39, 100-1, 103-4 (1908); Letters by Harriet Martineau, Matthew Arnold and Thomas and Jane Carlyle; Margaret Oliphant, 'Modern Novelists - Great and Small', Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, pp. 559-60 (May 1855); Margaret Oliphant, The Victorian Age of English Literature (with F R Oliphant), Volume I, pp. 325-8 (1892); Extracts from The Brontes: Their Lives, Friendships and Correspondence (1932) Volume 2 Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle Includes: Charles and Frances Brookfield, Mrs Brookfield and her Circle (1905); Ralph Waldo Emerson, English Traits (1856); Francis Espinasse, Literary Recollections and Sketches (1893); Henry James Senior, 'Some Personal Recollections of Carlyle', Atlantic Monthly (May 1881); Henry Larkin, 'Carlyle and Mrs Carlyle: A Ten-Years' Reminiscence', British Quarterly Review (July 1881); William MacCall, 'Almost a Romance', Pall Mall Gazette (December 1884); Harriet Martineau, Autobiography (1877); David Masson, Memories of London in the 'Forties (1908); Margaret Oliphant, 'Mrs Carlyle', Contemporary Review (May 1883); John Tyndall, New Fragments (1892); George Venables, 'Carlyle in Society and at Home', Fortnightly Review (1888) Volume 3 John Ruskin Includes: William Holman Hunt, Pre-Raphaelitism and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (1905); E T Cook, The Life of John Ruskin (1912);W G Collingwood, The Life and Work of John Ruskin (1893); J A Hobson, John Ruskin: Social Reformer (1898); William Bell Scott, Autobiographical Notes (1892); Frederic Harrison, John Ruskin (1903); J A Froude, Carlyle's Life in London (1884); Friedrich Max-Muller, Auld Lang Syne (1878);W H Mallock, The New Republic (1877); Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Records of Tennyson, Ruskin, Browning (1892); Henry Scott Holland, 'Gladstone and Ruskin', The Commonwealth (1896); Dr George Harley, 'account of Ruskin's first attack of insanity', British Medical Journal (1900); A C Benson, Memories and Friends (1924)
Series Title: Lives of Victorian literary figures; Elizabeth Gaskell, the Carlyles and John Ruskin by their contemporaries; Lives of Victorian literary figures / ser. ed.: Ralph Pite, 3, Elizabeth Gaskell, the Carlyles and John Ruskin by their contemporaries, Vol. 2
Responsibility: ed. by Aileen Christianson and Sheila McIntosh
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'informative, and relevant and, simply put, vastly entertaining to read.' Carlyle Studies Annual 2007

 
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