Gains and Losses: Novels of Faith and Doubt in Victorian England
Discusses the works of John Henry Newman, Charlotte Yonge, Elizabeth Missing Sewell, Mrs. Oliphant, Emma Worboise, Hesba Stretton, Elizabeth Charles, George MacDonald, William Hale White, Edmund Gosse, Mrs. Lynn Linton, J.A. Froude, Geraldine Jewsbury, Mrs. Humphrey Ward, W.H. Mallock, Samuel Butler, Charles Maurice Davies, Benjamin Disraeli, George Eliot, Frederick William Farrar, Charles Kingsley, Frederick Dension Maurice, Walter Pater, Harriett Mozley, Francis Edward Paget, F.W. Robinson, Felicia Mary Frances Skene, Anthony Trollope, and others.
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THE CATHOLICS AND THEIR
The Novels of John Henry Newman
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