Victorian prose writers after 1867 (Book, 1987) []
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Genre/Form: Biographies
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Biography Dictionaries
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William B Thesing
ISBN: 0810317354 9780810317352
OCLC Number: 15163343
Notes: Ports. on lining papers.
Description: xiii, 571 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Contents: Matthew Arnold --
Charles Bradlaugh --
Samuel Butler --
Charles Darwin --
Charles M. Doughty --
James Anthony Froude --
William Ewart Gladstone --
Edmund Gosse --
Frederic Harrison --
Gerard Manley Hopkins --
Richard Holt Hutton --
T.H. Huxley --
Vernon Lee (Violet Paget) --
W.H. Mallock --
George Meredith --
George Moore --
John Morley --
William Morris --
Walter Pater --
George Saintsbury --
Bernard Shaw --
Herbert Spencer --
Leslie Stephen --
Robert Louis Stevenson --
A.C. Swinburne --
John Addington Symonds --
Arthur Symons --
Anthony Trollope --
Edward Burnett Tylor --
Oscar Wilde --
Appendix: Victorians on Rhethoric and Prose style ; Richard Whately --
Thomas de Quincey --
Thomas Carlyle --
Herbert Spencer --
Cockburn Thomson --
William Forsyth --
Wilkie Collins --
Alexander Smith --
George Henry Lewes --
Alexander Bain --
T.H. Wright --
George Saintsbury --
Robert Louis Stevenson --
Walter Pater --
Oscar Wilde --
John Addington Symonds --
W.H. Mallock --
Walter Raleigh --
Frederic Harrison.
Series Title: A Bruccoli Clark layman book; Dictionary of literary biography, v. 57.
Responsibility: edited by William B. Thesing.
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