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John Keble in context

Author: Kirstie Blair
Publisher: London : Anthem, 2004.
Series: Anthem nineteenth century studies.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: John Keble; John Keble
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kirstie Blair
ISBN: 1843311461 9781843311461 184331147X 9781843311478
OCLC Number: 56540789
Description: xiii, 191 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Keble's creweian oration of 1839: the idea of a christian university / Stephen Prickett --
The duty of the state: Keble, the tractarians and establishment / S.A. Skinner --
John Keble, national apostasy, and the myths of 14 July / Mark Chapman --
John Keble and the ethos of the Oxford movement / James Pereiro --
Ways of reading 1825: leisure, curiosity, and morbid eagerness / William McKelvy --
National apostasy, Tracts for the times, and Plain sermons: Keble's tractarian prose / Robert H. Ellison --
Lyra innocentium (1846) and its contexts / J.R. Watson --
Healing relief ... without detriment to modest reserve ... :Keble, women's poetry and Victorian cultural theory / Emma Francis --
Her silence speaks: Keble's female heirs / Emma Mason --
For rigorous teachers seized my youth: Thomas Arnold, John Keble and the Juvenilia of Arthur Hugh Clough and Matthew Arnold / Daniel Kline --
In memoriam and the christian year / Marion Shaw --
A handmaid to the church: how John Keble shaped the career of Charlotte Yonge, the Novelist of the Oxford movement / Ellen Jordan, Charlotte Mictchell and Helen Schinske.
Series Title: Anthem nineteenth century studies.
Responsibility: edited by Kirstie Blair.

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