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Literary and Cultural Criticism from the Nineteenth Century
Volume IV: Women Critics

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Joanne Wilkes



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Book Description

This collection of primary sources examines literary and cultural criticism over the long nineteenth century. This volume explores the literary criticism written by women. This set will be of great interest to students of literary history.  

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

General Introduction

Introduction – volume 4

Further Reading

Part 1. Anna Letitia Barbauld, née Aikin (1743-1825)

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1. ‘Introduction to Dr Johnson’s Rasselas’, British Novelists (1810), vol. 26, pp. i-viii.

Part 2. Maria Jane Jewsbury, later Fletcher (1800-33)

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2. ‘Shelley’s "Wandering Jew"’, Athenaeum, 16 July 1831, 456-457.

3. ‘Literary Women. – No. 2 Jane Austen’, Athenaeum, 27 August 1831, 553-554.

Part 3. Christian Isobel Johnstone, née Todd (1781-1857)

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4. ‘Death of Sir Walter Scott’ and ‘On the Political Tendency of Sir Walter Scott’s Writings’, The Schoolmaster and Edinburgh Weekly Magazine, 29 September 1832, pp. 129-133

5. ‘The Writings of Hazlitt. No. II. Political and Literary Portraits’, Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine, 3, no. 36 (December 1836), pp. 758, 763-766.

6. ‘Mrs Jameson’s Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada’, Tait’s Edinburgh Magazine 6, no. 62 (February 1839), pp. 69-71.

Part 4. Lady Morgan, née Sydney Owenson (1781-1859)

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7. ‘The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith’, Athenaeum, 13 July 1839, 518-520.

8. ‘William Harrison Ainsworth, Jack Sheppard: A Romance’, Athenaeum, 26 October 1839, 803-805.

Part 5. Geraldine Jewsbury (1812-80)

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9. Charles Kingsley, Yeast, Athenaeum, 19 April 1851, 428.

10. Catherine Helen Spence, Tender and True, Athenaeum, 18 October 1856, 1272-1273.

11. Julia Kavanagh, English Women of Letters, Athenaeum, 25 October 1862, 527-528.

12. Anthony Trollope, The Small House at Allington, Athenaeum, 26 March 1864, 437-438.

Part 6. Jane Williams (1806-85)

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13. ‘Felicia Dorothea Hemans’, The Literary Women of England (London: Saunders Otley, 1861), pp. 479-494.

Part 7. Julia Kavanagh (1824-77)

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14. ‘Aphra Behn’, English Women of Letters: Biographical Sketches, 2 vols (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1862), vol. 1, pp. 1-7, 19-23, 30-48.

15. ‘Miss Austen’s Six Novels’, English Women of Letters: Biographical Sketches, 2 vols, (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1862), vol. 2, pp. 188-220, 222-236.

Part 8. Hannah Lawrance (1795-1875)

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16. ‘The English Writers Before Chaucer’, British Quarterly Review, 40 (July 1864), 199-225.

17.Mrs Browning’s Poetry’, British Quarterly Review, 42 (October 1865), 359-364, 372-383.

Part 9. Anne Mozley (1809-91)

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18. Margaret Oliphant, Miss Marjoribanks, from ‘Youth as Depicted in Modern Fiction’, Christian Remembrancer, no. 133 (July 1866), 184-186, 197-211.

Part 10. Elisabeth Julia Hasell (1830-87)

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19. ‘Elegies’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 154 (September 1875), 345-360.

Part 11. Margaret Oliphant, née Wilson (1828-97)

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20. Thomas Hardy, Tess of the d’Urbervilles, from ‘The Old Saloon’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 151 (March 1892), 464-474.

Part 12. Augusta Webster, née Davies (1837-94)

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21. ‘Children’s Literature’, A Housewife’s Opinions (London: Macmillan, 1879), pp. 114-120.

22. ‘The Novel-Making Trade’, A Housewife’s Opinions (London: Macmillan, 1879), pp. 187-192.

23. Michael Field, Underneath the Bough, Athenaeum, 9 (September 1893), 345-346.

Part 13. Mathilde Blind (1841-96)

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24. ‘Mary Wollstonecraft’, New Quarterly Magazine, 10 (July 1878), 390-412.

Part 14. Edith Simcox (1844-1901)

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25. Review of two books on Anna Laetitia Barbauld by Grace A. Ellis and Anna Le Breton, Academy, (23 May 1874), 565-567.

26. Dorothy Wordsworth, Recollections of a Tour made in Scotland, A.D. 1803, ed. J. C. Shairp, Academy, 25 (July 1874), 91-93.

Part 15. Alice Meynell (1847-1922)

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27. ‘The English Women-Humorists’, North American Review, 181 (December 1905), 857-864, 866-872 (slightly condensed).

Part 16. Mary A. (Mrs Humphry) Ward, née Arnold (1851-1920)

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28. 2‘A New Edition of Keats’, Macmillan’s Magazine, 49 (March 1884), 330-40 (slightly condensed).

29. Introduction to the Haworth edition of Jane Eyre (Smith Elder, 1899), pp. ix-xiv, xix-xxxviii.

Part 17. Katharine de Mattos, née Stevenson (1851-1939)

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30. George Gissing, New Grub Street, 9 May 1891, 601; The Odd Women, 27 May 1893, 667.

31. Henry James: The Tragic Muse, 26 July 1890, 124; The Lesson of the Master, 19 March 1892, 369-370; Terminations, 15 June 1895, 769-770; Embarrassments, 1 August 1896, 158; What Maisie Knew, 6 November 1897, 629.

Part 18. Arabella Shore (1822-1900)

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32. ‘Modern English Novels’, Westminster Review, 134 (July 1890), 143-145, 148-152, 155-157.

Part 19. Amy Levy (1861-89)

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33. ‘The Poetry of Christina Rossetti’, The Woman’s World, I (1888), 178-180.

Part 20. Vernon Lee, pseudonym of Violet Paget (1856-1935)

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34. ‘On Literary Construction’, Contemporary Review, 68 (September 1895), 404-419.

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Biography

Joanne Wilkes, Professor of English, University of Auckland, New Zealand