Unpublished letters of Thomas De Quincey and Elizabeth Barrett Browning .

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De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 -- Correspondence, Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861 -- Correspondence, Authors, English -- 19th century -- Correspon
StatementEdited from the originals in the Grey collection, Auckland Public Library, by S. Musgrove.
SeriesAuckland University College. Bulletin, no. 44. English series, no. 7
ContributionsBrowning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861.
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LC ClassificationsPN501 .A83 no. 7
The Physical Object
Pagination37 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6210563M
LC Control Number56038561
OCLC/WorldCa2758174

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Philip Kelley & Ronald Hudson; a projected 40 volume edition of letters). Abstract. This chapter explores depictions of opium in the women’s writing of the British Romantic period, comparing and contrasting them with the better-known opium literature written by their male contemporaries, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Thomas De Quincey.

By discussing these works in the context of Romantic-era medical writings on opium, which persistently condemned the use of.

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Musgrave. Auckland () from the originals in the Grey Collection, Auckland. Thomas de Quincey’s Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, first published inis a diary of the writer’s experience of taking laudanum over a long period of his life.

The first part of the book outlines his early life, and the second moves from The Pleasures of Opium to The Pains of Opium. De Quincey’s subjective text, in the.

Toronto, University of Toronto Press, ) pp. ; Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Letters to Mrs. David Ogilvieed. Peter N aside from Alethea Hayter's, is how, like Samuel Coleridge or Thomas De Quincey Kenyon also sent part of 'The Dead Pan' to Wordsworth, who sent Barrett part of an unpublished poem of his own (Be Enter search terms.

Keep search filters New search. Advanced search. The manuscripts include holograph poems, as well as manuscripts by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Thomas De Quincey, Lydia Howard H.

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Sigourney, Algernon Charles Swinburne, and others. The correspondence includes letters from the author, dating from [] toto Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Thomas De Quincey, Edward. In Elizabeth Barrett Browning (, Northcote), Simon Avery uses the "search for a 'home'" as a focus for a concise, engaging analysis of poems throughout EBB's career (p.

xviii), complementing his earlier analyses in Elizabeth Barrett Browning (, Longman), coauthored with Rebecca Stott, and his essays in the VP and Victorian Review bicentenary issues on EBB.

The Unpublished Diary of Elizabeth Barrett Browning]; ). Even when Robert insisted that she consider marriage as the only way they could live together abroad, she procrastinated and deferred committing herself to a final decision (see Forster, ); the love letters written in the six months before they married show Barrett.

The magazine, an Edinburgh-based monthly, had presented work by everyone from Thomas de Quincey to Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Its associated publishing house was also currently home to Bulwer.

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Hector St. John de Crevecouer: Letters From An American Farmer; Thomas Jefferson: "Declaration of Independence" Thomas Paine: Common Sense. Yet De Quincey’s opium habit was a story that absorbed many readers at the time.

Taken as a ‘blue pill’ or in alcohol as laudanum, opium was an effective panacea that hooked William Wilberforce and Dorothy Wordsworth, Sara Coleridge, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Charles Dickens and many thousands more.

The Complete Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, ); 'Robert and Elizabeth Browning', Atlantic Monthly, 83 () See Taplin's list in The Life of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Bibliography. Adorno. Unpublished letters of Thomas De Quincey and Elizabeth Barrett Brownin THOMAS DE QUINCEY Not in Library.

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[London, ], ). Kenyon alludes to an aspect of the sequence that few critics have addressed-EBB's use of the ruse of a feigned translation when presenting her innovative, original poems to the public for the first time.

Manuscript of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "Human Life's Mysteries" Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Manuscript copy of Browning's 'Human Life's Mysteries', here entitled 'Life'. The poem was first published in the London edition of Browning's Poems.

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She was born into a book-loving household and became a voracious reader in turn, for the works of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning and novelist George Eliot. In her early twenties, discussing books was Dickinson’s stock in trade with the Amherst students and tutors who were her friends and among whom circulated books by Thomas De Quincey.

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Wordsworth Collection: An autobiographical fragment and biographical notes, with personal sketches of contemporaries, unpublished lyrics, and letters of literary friends.

(Boston, Roberts Brothers, ), also by Barry Cornwall and Cynthia Morgan St. John (page images at HathiTrust). In the vivid and varied world of 19th-century British literature, Thomas De Quincey () endures as a striking footnote.

He produced essays published in 21 volumes, along with dabbling. Emily Dickinson The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot The Marble Faun by Nathaniel Hawthorne The Poetical Works of George Herbert Confessions of an English opium-eater: and, Suspiria de profundis by Thomas De Quincey The poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning The Professor by Charlotte Brontë The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth Walden by.

Hayter, Alethea – (Alethea Catharine Hayter) OBITUARY NOTICE—See index for CA sketch: Born November 7,in Cairo, Egypt; died Janu Civil servant and author. Hayter was widely recognized for inventing a new subgenre of biography in which she focused on a very brief time period of a few weeks, describing events in great detail.

Thomas De Quincey () English essayist, wrote Confessions of an English Opium-Eater. Elizabeth Barrett Browning () English poet, wrote Aurora Leigh. () English poet, playwright, dramatist, wrote The Ring and the Book, Men and Women, The Pied Piper of Hamlin, Porphyria's Lover, My Last Duchess.

Anthony Trollope. Victorian Authors List - Victorian Era. This section will give you an idea of the rich literature written during the Victorian era and the list of all famous Victorian authors. Condition Of Book: This is a Very Good Copy of this book in Publisher’s half cream buckram cloth over mauve coloured boards with gilt title lettering to copy has 2 previous names present to the front copy is a Limited Edition of copies of which this is number Printed on hand made paper with page edges.The UK Reading Experience Database; Open access research project and database based at The Open University, investigates the evidence of reading in Britain from UK RED contains more t searchable individual records of reading, as well as information about readers and reading practices through history, audio-visual material, and interactive tutorials to support independent.

The Mill on the Floss, George Eliot The Marble Faun, Nathaniel Hawthorne The Poetical Works of George Herbert Confessions of an English opium-eater: and, Suspiria de profundis, Thomas De Quincey.