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The Victorian sage; studies in argument.

Author: John Holloway
Publisher: London, Macmillan, 1953.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
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Holloway, John, 1920-
Victorian sage.
London, Macmillan, 1953
(OCoLC)573415311
Named Person: Thomas Carlyle; Benjamin Disraeli; George Eliot; John Henry Newman; Matthew Arnold; Thomas Hardy; Matthew Arnold; Thomas Carlyle; Benjamin Disraeli; George Eliot; Thomas Hardy; John Henry Newman; Matthew Arnold; Thomas Carlyle; Benjamin Disraeli; George Eliot; Thomas Hardy; John Henry Newman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Holloway
OCLC Number: 355246
Notes: Imprint covered by label: New York, St. Martin's Press.
Description: viii, 300 pages 22 cm
Contents: [Carlyle] --
'Life-philosophy' knowledge --
The live cosmos --
The ocean rolling around the islet --
Shams and diabolisms --
The growth of metaphor --
The control of meaning --
Paradox and truism --
[Carlyle as prophet-historian] --
Didactic history --
The French Revolution --
Frederick the Great --
[Disraeli] --
Is Disraeli a Sage at all? --
Tradition and change --
'A motley sparkling multitude' --
Ideals and realities --
[George Eliot] --
Preliminary : Silas Marner --
General features of the novels --
The basic selection --
The ethics --
The methods : character --
Incident and scene --
Situation and dialogue --
Metaphor --
The control of meaning --
[Newman] --
The system of reality and knowledge --
The course of things --
Newman's personality and tone --
Forms of argument --
Illustrations : the Church and the world --
Imagery in Newman --
Suggestive example --
Control of meaning in Newman --
[Matthew Arnold] --
Arnold's doctrine and temper --
Forms of argument --
The value frame --
Definitions --
Articulating the argument : Arnold and his opponents --
Irony --
[Hardy] --
Introduction --
The course of things --
The system of nature --
Man and the system of nature --
Society, a microcosm of nature --
The human deviation --
Conclusion.

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