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by James Bertram,James Bertran,Thomas Arnold

eBook Letters of Thomas Arnold the Younger, 1850-1900 epub
  • ISBN: 0196479800
  • Author: James Bertram,James Bertran,Thomas Arnold
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: OUP Australia and New Zealand (December 1980)
  • Pages: 312 pages
  • ePUB size: 1242 kb
  • FB2 size 1896 kb
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Thomas Arnold, James Bertram, James Bertran.

Thomas Arnold, James Bertram, James Bertran.

After being widowed in 1888, Arnold in 1890 married for a second time, to Josephine Benison, daughter of James Benison, Ballyconnell, County Cavan, Ireland. While in Tasmania Arnold converted from Anglicanism to Roman Catholicism, a move which angered his Protestant wife sufficiently to cause her to smash the windows of the chapel during his confirmation.

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In 1966, Professor James Bertram brought out the New Zealand Letters of Thomas Arnold, which included all Clough’s longer ‘anti-podistic’ letters to his friend between 1847 and 1851: these had been omitted from . Mulhauser’s Correspondence of . The New Zealand Letters proved a fresh and vivid collection, which .

Thomas Arnold (30 November 1823 - 12 November 1900), also known as Thomas Arnold the Younger, was an English literary critic and academic. Arnold was the 2nd son of Thomas Arnold, headmaster of Rugby School, and younger brother of poet Matthew Arnold

Thomas Arnold (30 November 1823 - 12 November 1900), also known as Thomas Arnold the Younger, was an English literary critic and academic. Arnold was the 2nd son of Thomas Arnold, headmaster of Rugby School, and younger brother of poet Matthew Arnold. After gaining a first class degree at University College, Oxford, Arnold grew discontented with Victorian Britain and attempted to take up farming in New Zealand.

ARNOLD, THOMAS (1823–1900), professor of English literature, second son of Dr. Thomas Arnold of Rugby, and younger brother of Matthew Arnold, was born at Laleham, Staines, on 30 Nov. 1823

Personal Name: Arnold, Thomas, 1823-1900.

Personal Name: Arnold, Thomas, 1823-1900. Publication, Distribution, et. . Auckland University Press ; . Oxford University Press, (c)1980. Physical Description: xxxvi, 276 . leaves of plates : ill. ;, 25 cm. General Note: Includes index.

See Letter 230 of Letters of Thomas Arnold the Younger 1850–1900, ed. James Bertram Auckland (Oxford University Press, Auckland University Press, 1981), 20. oogle Scholar. 5. Arthur Hugh Clough described this first letter to Tom Arnold as an unskillful first attempt at foreig. antipodistic’ correspondence (25 Feb. 1848, Letter 27 of New Zealand Letters of Thomas Arnold the Younger with Further Letters from Van Diemen’s Land and Letters of Arthur Hugh Clough 1847–1850, ed. James Bertram (London: Oxford University Press, 1966), 7. Personalised recommendations.

Arnold, Thomas, 1823-1900. obscured text on page 260-261 inherent from the book. Clough, Arthur Hugh, 1819-1861; Bertram, James M. New Zealand - Description and travel, Tasmania - Description and travel. University of Auckland; London, Wellington, Oxford . Bookplateleaf. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).

Studies in English Literature 1500-1900.

- Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. Bergonzi's biography of Victorian scholar and educator Thomas Arnold paints an elegant and detailed portrait of its subject.

Thomas Arnold, second son of Dr Arnold of Rugby, left England in search of a new life, first in New Zealand and then in Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) in 1850. There he became an inspector of schools and married the beautiful Julia Sorrell. The record covered in this second volume of his letters begins at this point and continues with a generous selection of his letters to the end of his life in 1900. The earlier letters give a vivid impression of life in Van Diemen's Land and of his own home life. Arnold holds an interesting, if minor, place in literary and educational history. However, the great strength and fascination of these letters probably lies in their record of the man himself, caught up, sometimes tempestuously, in the movements of his time, particularly in his religious unsettlement and wrestling with Roman Catholicism; and of a marriage in which agonising disagreements on the deepest issues threatened but never overwhelmed the mutual love of both.
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