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Saturday review, 1855-1868

Merle Mowbray Bevington

Saturday review, 1855-1868

representative educated opinion in Victorian England

by Merle Mowbray Bevington

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Published by Columbia university press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saturday review.,
  • Public opinion -- Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain -- Civilization.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Merle Mowbray Bevington.
    SeriesColumbia University studies in English and comparative literature -- no. 154
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx p., 1 l., 415 p.
    Number of Pages415
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18537235M

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The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science, and Art was a London weekly newspaper established by A. Beresford Hope in The first editor was the Morning Chronicle ' s ex-editor John Douglas Cook (?–), and many of the earlier contributors had worked on the Chronicle.

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Henry Allon. He has been impressed by this deficiency through reading Merle M. Bevington's survey of "The Saturday Review: " -- a book which he commends.

bray Bevington's well-integrated study, The Saturday Review, Representative Educated Opinion in Victorian England. The sub-title is here instructive. Readers familiar with the files of the once formidable weekly will be amazed at the amount of subject matter from the articles themselves which Mr.

Bevington has man-aged to subsume. Bevington, Merle Mowbray The Saturday Review: – representative educated opinion in Victorian England (New York, ) Bewick, Thomas.

ton's Saturday Review (New York, ). I am indebted to these for much of my information about the early history of the periodicals.

The book-reviews published in them during the fifties differ conspicu-ously from most of their modern counterparts in two respects. They are longer; and they are anonymous. Some murdered the English language with a savage sincerity, and others were known to the police as having derived their theology from the good orthodox teaching of a gaol chaplain ’ (The Times, 8 Oct.

); cf. the broadsides in The Saturday Review, 18 Oct. ; The Daily Telegraph, 13 Oct. Cited by: enough sympathy for the enterprise to make the book seem worth reading.

The same cannot be said of the Saturday Review's critic, who has been identified as J. Green, "clergyman, historian, and librarian at Lambeth Palace."5 The Saturday had in published John Morley's savage review of Swinburne's Poems and Ballads; Green must have been.

Abstract. When Scenes of Clerical Life appeared anonymously inthe Saturday Review pictured its author, George Eliot, as a bearded Cambridge clergyman and, moreover, the revered father of at least several children.

When Wuthering Heights, written by Ellis Bell, was published incritics remarked the “rough, shaggy, uncouth power” (Literary World, p.

) 1 of the. The same cannot be said of the Saturday Review’s critic, who has been identified as J. Green, “clergyman, historian, and librarian at Lambeth Palace.” 5 ↤ 5 M.

Bevington, The Saturday ReviewNew York,pp. The review appears in the issue for 1 Februarypp. Merle Mowbray Bevington, The Saturday Review – Representative Educated Opinion in Victorian England (New York: Columbia University Press, ), p.

Google ScholarAuthor: Valerie Sanders. Bevington, Merle Mowbray (), The Saturday Review, Representative Educated Opinion in Victorian England (New York: AMS Press).

Bibby, Cyril (), 'Huxley and the reception of the Origin', Victorian Studies, vol. 3 (September), pp. The Saturday Review, Representative Educated Opinion in Victorian England.

N. Y. Bibby, Cyril. T. H. Huxley: His Place in Education. Ph.D. dissertation for the University of London (). – The Huxley-Wilberforce Debate: A Postscript. Nature (): – The South London Working Men's College: A Forgotten Venture.Read Volume 3 Issue 3 of Modern Language Quarterly.