The Victorian Vision: Studies in the Religious Novel

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CONTENTS
Chapterpage
INTRODUCTION1
PART 1: ORTHODOX FAITH
1: THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND
1. PRIGS, PEWS AND PENITENTS: EARLY TRACTARIAN FICTION11
2. THREE SPINSTER NOVELISTS31
3. REST IN THE CHURCH: CAUTIONARY TALES FOR HIGHER ANGLICANS55
4. SURPLICED VIPERS AND SILLY WOMEN: THE PORTRAIT BY THE ENEMY71
5. THE LOW CHURCH CONTRIBUTION89
6. CHRISTIANITY MUSCULAR AND ELASTIC: THE BROAD CHURCH NOVELS120
2: THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
7. GAIN AND LOSS: CONVERSIONS AND RENOUNCEMENTS138
8. THE WICKED JESUIT AND COMPANY169
3: THE FREE CHURCHES
9. SOME NONCONFORMIST NOVELS183
PART 2: LOST FAITH
10. THE TRAGEDY OF UNBELIEF209
11. TWO DISTINGUISHED DOUBTERS: MARK RUTHERFORD AND ROBERT ELSMERE242
12. ESCAPE TO HAPPINESS270
PART 3: TOWARDS UNORTHODOX FAITH
13. TOWARDS BEAUTY287
14. TOWARDS GOODNESS307
15. TOWARDS TRUTH324
CONCLUSION339
BIBLIOGRAPHY347

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction *
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Orthodox Faith 9
  • 1: the Church of England 11
  • 2: the Catholic Church 138
  • 3: the Free Churches 183
  • 2 - Lost Faith 207
  • 3 - Towards Unorthodox Faith 285
  • Conclusion 339
  • Bibliography 345
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