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William Thackeray

Author: Judith L Fisher; Ralph Pite
Publisher: London Pickering & Chatto 2007
Series: Lives of Victorian literary figures / ser. ed.: Ralph Pite., 5,, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Wilkie Collins and William Thackeray by their contemporaries ;, vol. 3
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Considers the reputations and biographical portrayal of three innovative and controversial writers: Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Wilkie Collins and William Thackeray. These anthologies of contemporary  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Judith L Fisher; Ralph Pite
ISBN: 1851968199 9781851968190
OCLC Number: 255635917
Description: XL, 338 Seiten Illustrationen 24 cm
Contents: Volume 1: Mary Elizabeth Braddon General Introduction; Volume Introduction; Anon., 'Mrs Wood and Miss Braddon', Littell's Living Age (1863); Anon, 'Miss Braddon', New Review (1863); [W. Fraser Rae], 'Sensation Novelists: Miss Braddon', North British Review (1865); [Unsigned Review], Margaret Oliphant, 'Novels', Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine (1867); Anon., 'Miss Babbington White', London Review (1867); Anon., 'Miss Braddon's Novels', Dublin University Magazine (1870); Anon., 'John Gilbey', Beverley Recorder (1884); Anon., 'Metropolitan on Dits', Court Journal (1864); R B Knowles, 'Miss Braddon the Novelist and Mr Maxwell', Public Opinion (1864); W P Frith, 'Mary Elizabeth Maxwell' (1865); Anon., 'The Mask's Album. No. IV.-Miss Braddon', Mask (1868); R B Knowles, Mary Anne Maxwell (1874); Anon., 'Miss Braddon in Trouble' New York Times (1874); Edmund Yates, Celebrities at Home (1877); Anon., 'Miss Braddon', New York Times (1878); Anon., 'Just as I am', Punch (1881); W P Frith, 'The Private View at the Royal Academy, 1881' (1883); Edmund Yates, Fifty Years of London Life (1885); C L Reade and the Rev Compton Reade Charles Reade, A Memoir (1887); Percy Fitzgerald, Memoirs of an Author (1894); G A Sala, Life and Adventures of George Augustus Sala Written by Himself (1895); Arnold Bennett, 'Miss Braddon: An Inquiry', Academy (1899); W P Frith, My Autobiography and Reminiscences (1888); Joseph Hatton, 'Miss Braddon at Home: A Sketch and an Interview', London Society (1888); Anon., 'Men and Women of the Time: Mary Elizabeth Braddon', Melia's Magazine (1888); George Gissing, New Grub Street (1891); T H S Escott, Platform, Press and Politics at Play (1895); Anon., 'Death of Mr John Maxwell' Richmond and Twickenham Times (1895); Mary Dickens, 'Miss Braddon at Home', Windsor Magazine (1897); Anon, 'Some Authors and their Homes: Miss Braddon', Literary World (1899); William Tinsley, Random Recollections of an Old Publisher (1900); Harry Sutherland Edwards, Personal Recollections (1900); Harriet Jay, Robert Buchanan (1903); Isabelle Fyvie Mayo, Recollections of what I Saw, what I Lived Through and what I Learned, During More than Fifty Years of Social and Literary Experience (1910); Mrs Charles [Adelaide] Calvert, Sixty-Eight Years on the Stage (1911); Clive Holland, 'Fifty Years of Novel Writing: Miss Braddon at Home' Pall Mall Magazine (1911); Anon., 'Miss Braddon at Home', Daily Telegraph (1913); Anon, 'Miss Braddon's 75th Birthday', Pall Mall Gazette (1913); Yoshio Markino, 'Miss Braddon', from, Douglas Sladen, Twenty Years of my Life (1915); Anon., 'Death of Miss Braddon. A Typical English Novelist' (1915); Anon, 'The Late Miss Braddon: Funeral at Richmond', Thames Valley Times (1915); Anon., 'Death of Miss Braddon', Pall Mall Gazette (1915); Anon., 'Death of Miss Braddon. A Famous Novelist', Yorkshire Post (1915); Anon., 'Death of Miss Braddon. Great Victorian Novelist: Tributes by Novelists of To-day.', Daily Mail (1915); Anon., 'The Late Miss Braddon', Sydney Morning Herald (1915); Anon, 'Death of Miss Braddon' Daily Mirror (1915); Anon, 'Death of Miss Braddon. Famous Novelist Dies at Richmond', Richmond Herald (1915); Anon, 'The Late Miss Braddon', Queen (1915); 'Jacob Omninum', 'Under Cover', The Bookseller (1915); Mathilda Beetham Edwards, Mid-Victorian Memories (1919); Squire Bancroft, Empty Chairs (1925); Ford Madox Ford, It Was the Nightingale (1933); [Mrs Desmond Humphreys], 'Rita', Recollections of a Literary Life (1936); W B Maxwell, Time Gathered (1937); Harry Furniss, Some Victorian Women: Good, Bad and Indifferent (1923); W B Maxwell, Time Gathered (1937); D Sladen, My Long Life (1939); Anon., 'Wanted: People Who Knew Mary Elizabeth Braddon', Richmond and Twickenham Times (1956); Editorial Notes Volume 2: Wilkie Collins Volume Introduction; George Makepeace Towle, 'Wilkie Collins' , Appleton's Journal of Popular Literature, Science, and Art (1870); James Payn, Some Literary Recollections (1885); 'A Novelist on Novel-writing: an interview with Wilkie Collins', Cassell's Saturday Journal (1887); [Bernard H Becker], 'Celebrities At Home. No. LXXI. Mr. Wilkie Collins in Gloucester-Place', The World (1877); Wilkie Collins, 'Reminiscences of a Story-Teller', Universal Review (1888); A C Swinburne, [Wilkie Collins], Fortnightly Review (1889); [Meredith White Townsend],'[Wilkie Collins', Spectator (1889); Hall Caine, 'Wilkie Collins. Personal Recollections', The Globe (1889); Edmund Yates, 'Moi-Meme. In Memoriam W W C, Obit September 23rd 1889', The World (1889); Andrew Lang, 'Mr Wilkie Collins's Novels', Contemporary Review (1890); Etheldine (Linda) Gardiner, [Wilkie Collins], Temple Bar (1890); Horace Pym, 'On Wilkie Collins', A Tour Round My Bookshelves (1891); Harry Quilter, 'In Memoriam Amici: Wilkie Collins', Preference in Art, Life and Literature (1892); [Nathaniel Beard], 'Some Recollections of Yesterday', Temple Bar (1894); Mary Anderson, A Few Memories (1896); William Tinsley, Random Recollections (1900); Arthur Waugh, 'Wilkie Collins and His Mantle', Academy Magazine (1902); Edmund Downey, 'A Peep at the Author of "The Woman in White."', Twenty Years Ago (1905); Lewis Melville, 'Wilkie Collins', Victorian Novelists (1906); Wybert Reeve, 'Recollections of Wilkie Collins', Chamber's Journal (1906); William Winter, 'Wilkie Collins', Old Friends (1909); Marie and Squire Bancroft, The Bancrofts: Recollections of Sixty Years (1909); Arthur Compton-Rickett, 'Wilkie Collins', The Bookman (1912); Frank Archer, An Actor's Notebooks (1912); Lucy Bertha C Walford, Memories of Victorian London (1912); Editorial Notes Volume 3: William Thackeray Volume Introduction; John Frederick Boyes, 'A Memorial of Thackeray's School Days', The Cornhill Magazine (1865); Gerald S Davies, 'Thackeray as Carthusian', Grey-Friar (1890-95); Richard Bedingfield, 'Personal Recollections of Thackeray. By his Cousin', Cassell's Magazine (1870); Charles and Frances Brookfield, Mrs Brookfield and Her Circle (1906); Jane Brookfield, A Collection of Letters of Thackeray, 1847-55 (1887); S B T Mayer, Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning to Richard Hengist Horne (1877); James T Fields, 'Thackeray', Yesterday with Authors (1925); George Hodder, Memories of my Time including Personal Reminiscences of Eminent Men (1870); Frederick Locker-Lampson, 'Thackeray', My Confidences (1896); Henry Vizetelly, Glances Back Through Seventy Years (1893); 'D D', 'Some Few Thackerayana', The National Review (1889); John Brown and Henry Lancaster, 'Thackeray', North British Review (1864); Jane Townley Pryme and Alicia Bayne, 'Thackeray', from Memorials of the Thackeray Family (1879); Samuel Bevan, Sand and Canvas: A Narrative of Adventures in Egypt, with a Sojourn Among the Artists in Rome (1849); Lewis Melville, 'Thackeray as Artist. Concerning Thackeray's Drawings', Connoisseur (1904); Anne Thackeray Ritchie, 'The First Number of "The Cornhill"', The Cornhill Magazine (1896); Anne Thackeray Ritchie, 'The First Editor and the Founder' The Cornhill Magazine (1910); George M Smith, 'Our Birth and Parentage', The Cornhill Magazine (1901); Lucy Baxter, 'Introduction', Thackeray's Letters to an American Family (1904); James Grant Wilson, Thackeray in the United States (1904); Editorial Notes
Series Title: Lives of Victorian literary figures / ser. ed.: Ralph Pite., 5,, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Wilkie Collins and William Thackeray by their contemporaries ;, vol. 3
Responsibility: ed. by Judith L. Fisher

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