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Published by The H. W. Wilson company in New York .
Written in English

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  • Authors, English -- 19th century -- Biography -- Dictionaries

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    Statementedited by Stanley J. Kunitz; associate editor, Howard Haycraft. Complete in one volume with 1000 biographies and 350 portraits.
    ContributionsHaycraft, Howard, 1905- joint ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR451 .K8 1936
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p.l., 677 p.
    Number of Pages677
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6344502M
    LC Control Number36028581

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In good all round condition. British authors of the nineteenth century-ExLibrary: $ Anybookltd via United Kingdom:4/5(1). Literature of the nineteenth-century constitutes the largest section of British literature in the Rare Book Collection.

Nearly one thousand volumes contain first or contemporary editions of renowned authors of the period, as well as hundreds of less known writers. Pages in category "19th-century British writers" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). British salons, with guests such as Byron, Moore, and Thackeray, were veritable hothouses of political and cultural agitation. Using a number of sources - diaries, letters, silver-fork novels, satires, travel writing, Keepsakes, and imaginary conversations - Schmid paints a vivid picture of the.

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19th Century British Literature. The nineteenth century, like no other single century before or since, was for the inhabitants of the British Isles an era of change.

The general population would nearly triple while some twenty million Britons--driven by desire and, in many cases, desperation--emigrated to destinations across the globe.

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This series aims to promote original scholarship on the intersection of British literature and history in the long eighteenth century, from the Restoration through the first generation of the Romantic era. Missionary Cosmopolitanism in Nineteenth-Century British Literature explores the notion that missionaries, often perceived as only evangelically motivated in the British imperial project, were also spurred on by cosmopolitan ideals.

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as well as recent work on nineteenth-century theories of reading, Cordner unveils a Author: Sheila Cordner. The Nineteenth-Century Literary Marketplace The nineteenth century brought about dramatic changes in the production and distribution of books and periodicals in Europe and America. Nineteenth-Century British Literature Then and Now The Nineteenth Century Series.

Ella Hepworth Dixon The Story of a Modern Woman, 1st Edition. This book is the first full-length study of one of the most widely read publications of nineteenth-century Britain, the London Journal, over a period when mass-market reading in a modern sense.

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