More nineteenth century studies : a group of honest doubters.


New York : Columbia University Press, 1956.

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Subjects English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
English literature.
Nineteenth century.
Philosophy, Modern -- History.
Philosophy, Modern.
Religious thought -- 19th century.
Religious thought.
Description 304 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1956.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Study of the Victorian agnostics, freethinkers, liberals and honest doubters. Central theme is the loss of faith.
Contents chapter 1. Francis W. Newman: Phases of faith ; The soul ; Translating Homer ; Newman the man: later years -- chapter 2. Tennyson: Somersby ; Cambridge ; Early poems ; The two voices ; The princess: 'jewels five-words long' ; In memoriam -- chapter 3. J.A. Froude: Early life ; Shadows of the clouds ; The nemesis of faith ; History -- chapter 4. Septem contra Christum (essays and reviews, 1860): Introductory: Frederick Temple: "The education of the world" ; Rowland Williams: "Bunsen's biblical researches" ; Baden Powell: "On the study of the evidences of Christianity" ; Henry Bristow Wilson: "Séances historiques de Genève: the national church" ; C.W. Goodwin: "On the mosaic cosmogony" ; Mark Pattison: "Tendencies of religious thought in England, 1688-1750" ; Benjamin Jowett: "On the interpretation of scripture" -- How it struck some contemporaries: Frederic Harrison ; Samuel Wilberforce ; A.P. Stanley -- 'Neo-Christianity', then and now -- ch. 5. "Mark Rutherford" (William Hale White): Tanner's Lane ; Within these walls ; Wordsworth ; Apollyon ; Edward Gibbon Mardon ; M'Kay ; Spinoza ; At enmity with joy ; When hearts are ill-affined ; Holding fast with claws ; Sunset and evening star -- chapter 6. John Morley: Liberalism ; Upbringing and Oxford days ; Early writings ; French Studies: Voltaire ; Rousseau ; Diderot ; On compromise ; Morley as literary critic.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)310295
(OCoLC)ocm00310295
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Willey, Basil, 1897-1978.
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