The Literature of Roguery - Vol. 2

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
CHAPTER IX

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Pierce Egan is considered by Thackeray in An Essay on George Cruikshank ( 1840), and in De Juventute in The Roundabout Papers ( 1860-63). Consult also J. C. Hotten interesting Preface to his edition of Life in London ( 1870), Charles Hindley Life and Times of James Catnach ( 1878), and his True History of Tom and Jerry ( 1890). For Surtees, see the Memorial Sketch prefixed to the Jaunts and Jollities ( London, 1869). Hook is discussed in R. H. Dalton Barham Life and Remains of Theodore Hook ( London, 1849, 9. vols.), by Lockhart in the Quarterly Review (vol. lxxii), in a New Life in the collection of his Humorous Works ( 1873), in the Memoir prefixed to his Choice Humorous Works ( 1889), in John Timbs Anecdote Biography ( 1860-63, vol. iv), and in Samuel Smiles Brief Biographies ( 1861). Warren Ten Thousand a Year appeared in The Hundred Best Novels ( 1899), and may also be read in Cyrus Townsend Brady's abridgment ( N. Y., 1905).


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The authority for the Irish novel is Horatio Sheafe Krans Irish Life in Irish Fiction (N. Y., 1903), to which I am largely indebted. Criticism of separate works may be found in the biographies of individual authors. The chief of such biographies are the following: P. J. Murray Life of John Banim (N. Y., 1869), D. J. O'Donoghue Life of William Carleton ( London, 1896), A. J. C. Hare Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth ( Boston and N. Y., 1895), Daniel Griffin Life of Gerald Griffin ( London, 1843), William Bayle Bernard Life of Samuel Lover ( London, 1874), W. J. Fitzpatrick Lady Morgan ( London, 1860) and The Life of Charles Lever ( London, 1879), and Edmund Downey Charles Lever, his Life in his Letters ( Edinburgh, 1906). Accessible editions of the novels are noted in the bibliography appended to Krans's monograph. Lever is criticised in Blackwood, Aug., 1862, and by Saintsbury in the Fortnightly Review, vol. xxxii.

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