Last lectures by Wilfrid Ward; being the Lowell lectures, 1914, and three lectures delivered at the Royal institution, 1915, with an introductory study by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward.

; Ward, Wilfrid, Mrs., 1864-1932 ; Lowell institute lectures, 1914
London, New York Longmans, Green, and Company, 1918.

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Other Authors Ward, Wilfrid, 1864-1932.
Lowell institute lectures, 1914.
Subjects Biography as a literary form.
Fiction.
Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890.
Series Lowell Institute lectures ; 1914.
Description lxxiv, 295 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1918.
Notes Also issued online.
Contents Introductory study.--The genius of Cardinal Newman, a criticism of popular minconceptions; Lowell lectures--session 1914.--The methods of depicting character in fiction and biography; lectures given at the Royal institution--session 1914-1915.--Last essays: Mr. Balfour's Gifford lectures. The war spirit and Christianity. Oxford liberalism and dogma.--Appendix.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)676215
(OCoLC)ocm00676215
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WorldCat Identities Ward, Wilfrid, 1856-1916.
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