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Ranthorpe

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Author: George Henry Lewes

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Ranthorpe

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Ranthorpe

Author: George Henry Lewes

Publisher: Elibron Classics

ISBN: 1402175647

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Page: 340

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This Elibron Classics title is a reprint of the original edition published by Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1847, Leipzig

Ranthorpe by George Henry Lewes, the Author of Physiology of Common Life

Author: George Henry Lewes

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George Henry Lewes as Literary Critic

Author: Alice R. Kaminsky

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George Henry Lewes

Author: Edgar W. Hirshberg

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Twayne's English Authors Series

Author: Edgar W. Hirshberg

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G.H. Lewes

a life

Author: Rosemary Ashton

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 369

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A journalist, novelist, playwright, and actor, Lewes was an unconventional Victorian, friend of Dickens, Thackeray, and Darwin, and author of Life of Goethe. A radical, freethinking Bohemian, he enjoyed an open marriage with Agnes Jervis, causing a scandal by condoning her relationship with his best friend. The first section of the book discovers new facets of Lewes's early life. The middle section discusses his elopement with Marian Evans while the final section concentrates on their emotional and intellectual companionship until Lewes's death in 1878. This section covers the years of Marian Evans's success as George Eliot, the acceptance of their unconventional union in society, and his science fiction work and support for Darwin. Throwing new light on a wide circle of important figures in the Victorian era, this biography draws on new material to illuminate the life of this extraordinary man of letters.

The letters of George Henry Lewes

Author: George Henry Lewes,William Baker

Publisher: English Literary Studies

ISBN: 9780920604809

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 295

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The History of Pendennis

His Fortunes and Misfortunes, His Friends and His Greatest Enemy

Author: William Makepeace Thackeray

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780192839596

Category: Fiction

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Set mainly in London's bohemian and literary underworld, Pendennis is one of the earliest and greatest of the Victorian `Bildungsromanen' - introspective novels chronicling the author's growth to maturity under a thin veil of fiction. In his introduction John Sutherland considers the parallels between Thackeray's life and that of Pendennis, and examines the changes taking place in Victorian England throughout the years of the novel, particularly during the revolutionary 1840s.

Harvard Historical Monographs

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Percy; Or, Fortune's Frolics

Author: Mrs. Gore (Catherine Grace Frances)

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Writers in love

Author: Mary Kathleen Benét

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George Eliot

An Intellectual Life

Author: Valerie A. Dodd

Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan

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Category: Great Britain

Page: 381

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Ivory Towers and Sacred Founts

The Artist as Hero in Fiction from Goethe to Joyce

Author: Maurice Beebe

Publisher: New York : New York University Press

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Category: Fiction

Page: 323

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The Spectator

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Literature in the Public Service

Sublime Bureaucracy

Author: C. Sullivan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 113728742X

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 218

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How can one make state administrative systems interesting, embody an abstract public ethos and give heroism to homogeneity? The discipline of literature and bureaucracy dismisses Weber's 'neurocrat'. Milton, Trollope and Hare are case studies on implementing the 'what if' visions literature explored during a period of great change in public service

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