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Leaders of the Victorian revolution,

Author: John William Cunliffe
Publisher: New York, London, D. Appleton-Century Co. [©1934]
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Genre/Form: Biography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cunliffe, John William, 1865-1946.
Leaders of the Victorian revolution.
New York, London, D. Appleton-Century Co. [©1934]
(OCoLC)571387521
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John William Cunliffe
OCLC Number: 2428925
Description: viii, 343 pages 23 cm
Contents: Introductory: From aristocracy to democracy. Influence of the Puritan middle class. Industry and science. Science and religion. Humanitarianism and education. The position of women. The condition of the people --
The early Victorians: The Reform Act. The Palmerston administration. Social influence of the county families. Railways. Manners and customs. The Victorian smugness. Blots on early Victorian civilization. Contemporary protests. Remedial measures --
The early Victorian prose writers: Thomas Babington Macaulay. Thomas Carlyle. John Stuart Mill. John Henry Newman. John Ruskin --
Early Victorian novelists: Charles Dickens. William Makepeace Thackeray. Anthony Trollope. Charlotte and Emily Bronte. Mrs. Gaskell. George Borrow --
Early Victorian poets: Elizabeth Barrett. Robert Browning. Alfred Tennyson --
Mid-Victorians: The evolution theory. The church intervenes. Biblical criticism. Social and political discussion. Poetry and fiction --
Mid-Victorian scientists, publicists, historians, and essayists: Charles Darwin. Thomas Henry Huxley. John Tyndall. Herbert Spencer. Sir Henry Maine. Walter Bagehot. The historians. John Morley --
Mid-Victorian novelists: Samuel Butler. George Eliot. George Meredith. Thomas Hardy --
Mid-Victorian poets: Matthew Arnold. A. H. Clough. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Christina Rosseetti. Coventry Patmore. Algernon Charles Swinburne. William Morris --
Late Victorians: The status quo. The agricultural interest. The Irish question. The decay of beauty. The industrialized workers. Review --
Late Victorian novelists: George Gissing. George Moore. Robert Louis Stevenson. Joseph Conrad. Rudyard Kipling --
Late Victorian poets: Alfred Edward Housman. William Butler Yeats --
Victorian drama: George Bernard Shaw.
Other Titles: Victorian revolution.
Responsibility: by John W. Cunliffe ...

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