Charles Dickens and Other Victorians

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INDEX
Addison, Joseph, 96, 128
Aeneid,159
Alice in Wonderland,228
All the Year Round,18
American Notes,17, 52
American Senator, The,220
Antony and Cleopatra,93
Arabian Nights,41, 170, 187
Ariosto, Lodovico, 158
Aristophanes, 158
Aristotle, 42, 94, 139, 191, 226
Arnold, Matthew, 74, 100, 121, 161
Art of Fiction, The, James',81
Ashley, Lord ( Lord Shaftesbury), 172, 174, 192
Aurelius, Marcus, 131
Austen, Jane, 31, 71, 164, 179, 200, 233
Autobiography, Trollope's, 219, 221
Bacon, Francis, 4, 107
Bagehot, Walter, 114
Ballad of Bouillabaisse,104
Balzac, Honoré de, 34, 135, 138, 219, 230
Barchester Towers,220, 225
Barnaby Rudge,51, 55
Barnes, William, 119
Barry Lyndon,125, 126, 147
Battle of Life, The,18
Beerbohm, Max, 149, 160
Belton Estate, The,219
Bentham, Jeremy, 73
Berkeley, Bishop George, 128
Blackwood's Magazine,204
Blake, William, 128, 159
Bleak House,11, 12, 33, 55, 69, 89
Blunt, Wilfrid Scawen, 70
Bolingbroke, Viscount, 197
Book of Snobs, The,125
Boswell, James, 201
Boule de Suif,139
Bright, John, 183
Brontië, Anne, 211, 222
Brontë, Branwell, 201
Brontë, Charlotte, 72, 201, 211, 212, 222
Brontë, Emily, 201, 211, 222
Brookfield, William Henry, 106
Browne, Sir Thomas, 112, 197
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 161, 167, 170, 204
Browning, Robert, 7, 21, 100, 128, 161
Brunetière, Ferdinand, 24
Bryant, William Cullen, 17
Buckle, Henry Thomas, 7
Bunyan, John, 71, 197, 225
Burke, Edmund, 4, 21, 22, 128, 149, 183, 197
Burney, Fanny, 164
Burns, Robert, 66, 128, 222
Butler, Samuel, 84, 85
Byron, Lord, 66, 128, 160, 226
Campion, Thomas, 19
Canning, George, 107, 183
Carlyle, Mrs., 10
Carlyle, Thomas, 7, 10, 21, 40, 74, 93, 107, 124, 128, 176, 177, 223, 226
Carols, 18
Carroll, Lewis, 78
Casa Guidi Windows,161
Catherine,125
Catullus, 222
Cervantes, Miguel de, 91
Chadwick, Sir Edwin, 167
Chapman, Frederic, 83
Chapman, Robert William, 200
Charies I, 4
Charlotte Augusta, Princess, 110
Chatham, Earl of, 183
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 8, 20, 66, 67, 98, 158
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith, 10, 33

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Dickens (i) 3
  • Dickens (ii) 24
  • Dickens (iii) 42
  • Dickens (iv) 62
  • Dickens (v) 81
  • Thackeray (i) 100
  • Thackeray (ii) 119
  • Thackeray (iii) 137
  • The Victorian Background 158
  • Disraeli 180
  • Mrs. Gaskell 199
  • Anthony Trollope - The Barsetshire Novels 219
  • Index 235
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