5 edition of The Wellesley index to Victorian periodicals, 1824-1900 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Walter E. Houghton, editor.|
|Contributions||Houghton, Walter Edwards, 1904-, Slingerland, Jean Harris., Wellesley College.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. ;|
|ISBN 10||0802019102, 0802022537, 0802057217|
One topical issue curiously neglected by the Quarterly up to the mids was that of Catholic Emancipation — the removal of the bar on Roman Catholics holding public office. Not always complete or accurate but a valuable source especially for little-known writers. Many entries do not include the word "review. Periodical publishing in the nineteenth century was both voluminous and multifarious. This provides a student with the contents of a journal not available in a particular library.
Any and all aspects of contemporary thought were represented through this burgeoning medium, from which many eminent novelists and journalists emerged. Peel was a proud and private man, who exasperated supporters with his lack of party spirit. Notes: Contains nearly two million book reviews from over scholarly journals. Peel brushed this aside.
Scott contributed literary articles up to and beyond. Following Peel had become increasingly uncomfortable, and Croker wrote to warn him that it was his ambivalence on the Corn Law issue which had caused the difficulties on Maynooth. Parliamentary Reform Canning was Prime Minister for barely four months before his untimely death. As further measures of parliamentary reform were mooted, the Quarterly adopted its customary position.
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Additional information on the earlier period is to be found in the Quarterly Review Archive www. However, Peel had seen Croker's article in proof, and his Home Secretary had praised it. The latter were to be given a "low diet" and hard work; 13 and there were strong words for those seeking to create or exploit unrest, not least the unstamped press.
Explore: Resources Overview The vast majority of articles written for Victorian periodicals were published anonymously, or under pseudonyms. It can also be searched by cited references to specific works that appear in article bibliographies.
The editors of the Index have chosen an initial date in the mid-twenties because the age seems to begin with the recognition, patent in the early essays of Carlyle, Macaulay, and Mill, that radical changes in politics and religion were on the horizon. Its basic position on Ireland, for instance, was highly defensive of the Protestant ascendancy and hostile to the Roman Catholic Church.
But things turned out differently. Writing on "The Ragged Schools" DecemberAshley Cooper spared nothing in his description of the deprivation of children of the underclass, and the self-sacrifice of those seeking to help them, contrasting this with "ladies and gentlemen who walk in purple and fine linen Humanities Index.
Among the disciplines covered are literature, classics, political science, economics and history. He also called in his friend George Ellis, another of the Anti-Jacobin team.
See our full list of webinar offerings About The Wellesley to Victorian Periodicals, Periodical publishing in the 19th century was both voluminous and multifarious.
The March article gave an account of Croker's exchanges 1824-1900 book Macaulay in the Commons debates, quoting extracts from both of their speeches. Macaulay had been answered by "a statement of facts" and "his discomfiture was complete.
Here, the Quarterly took its cue from Canning who, following Castlereagh's suicide inonce again became Foreign Secretary. But there were still major issues concerning Church governance and revenues. With graphic illustrations, he wrote that "The wretchedness of the mass of the people of Ireland has no parallel on the face of the globe in any nation, savage or civilised Peel brushed this aside.
Tennyson and Victorian Periodicals adds to the reader's knowledge. This was a monumental undertaking, given that the vast majority of articles published in Victorian periodicals were anonymous or pseudonymous.
It also contains an appendix in which all corrections and additions to Volume I are listed in a readily usable format. The political direction of the Quarterly was set by this relationship for well over a decade. There was a wrangle over whether the Review should back collaboration with the French Emperor in what became the Crimean War.
An article of September "Policy of Ministers" asserted baldly that the government's "political existence is interwoven with the principle of agricultural protection. Though he was no friend of parliamentary reform, he was considerably more sensitive than most politicians of his day to public opinion.
Moreover, when the contents of a number of journals are examined together, it becomes a record of the subjects being discussed in a given year or during a given period of time. It appealed to Parliament to "protect those for whom neither wealth, nor station, nor age have raised a bulwark against tyrannyAs I explained in my original preface to the Curran Index when Eileen Curran and I first put it online here inthis project has its roots in the s, when Walter Houghton first laid the groundwork for the path-breaking Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals, Jan 03, · This was a monumental undertaking, given that the vast majority of articles published in Victorian periodicals were anonymous or pseudonymous.
Wellesley then, is an index to the authorship of articles, and a bibliography of articles written by each contributor, and using eachAuthor: Nuria Sauri. Feb 10, · The Wellesley Index identifies the authors of articles within major Victorian periodicals, and provides a bibliography for each contributor.
45 important monthly and quarterly titles are included, covering the period from the beginning of the Westminster Review in to the end of the atlasbowling.com: Fred Muratori.
The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals,as its broad title would suggest, was conceived as a single, multi-volumed work that would provide students of the age with a new and better subject index, a book review index, and an author index. Back. About The Wellesley to Victorian Periodicals, ‘It is a great literary age, we have great literary men - but where are their works?
A moment's reflection gives us a reply to the question; we must seek them not in detached and avowed and standard publications, but in periodical miscellanies. Products. Through its imprints Routledge, CRC Press, Psychology Press, and Focal Press, Taylor and Francis are committed to publishing quality books that serve specialist communities.
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