It is one of his quadratures ; and the joke is that I am made to be the writer : it
appears as what Mr. J. S. hopes I shall have the sense to write in the Athenaeum
and forestall him . When I saw myself thus quoted - yes ! quoted ! double commas
Born in 1811 , he became engaged on the staff of the Atheneum ir . 1831 ,
ultimately rising to be chief of that great literary journal until the period of his
death in 1882. In all the reforms of that period tending to remove the shackles
from the ...
Author: Charles Knowles BoltonPublish On: 2018-10-12
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Author: Charles Knowles Bolton
Publisher: Franklin Classics
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Author: Leslie A. Marchand
Category: Literary Criticism
This study of a leading ninetennth-century Journal of English and Foreign Literature, Science, and Fine Arts" offers an excellent approach to average intelligent Victorian thought.The Athanaeum early established a reputation for independent and unbiased criticism and this study presents some interesting reviews of works considered today as the backbone of English literature." Originally published in 1941. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
This book is not presented in the traditional, insular style of club histories, but devotes attention to the influence of Athenians on the scientific, creative, and official life of the nation.
Author: Michael Wheeler
Publisher: Yale University Press
A compelling history of the famous London club and its members’ impact on Britain’s scientific, creative, and official life When it was founded in 1824, the Athenæum broke the mold. Unlike in other preeminent clubs, its members were chosen on the basis of their achievements rather than on their background or political affiliation. Public rather than private life dominated the agenda. The club, with its tradition of hospitality to conflicting views, has attracted leading scientists, writers, artists, and intellectuals throughout its history, including Charles Darwin and Matthew Arnold, Edward Burne-Jones and Yehudi Menuhin, Winston Churchill and Gore Vidal. This book is not presented in the traditional, insular style of club histories, but devotes attention to the influence of Athenians on the scientific, creative, and official life of the nation. From the unwitting recruitment of a Cold War spy to the welcome admittance of women, this lively and original account explores the corridors and characters of the club; its wider political, intellectual, and cultural influence; and its recent reinvention.
Author: Jane Ammeson and Rick Hofstetter Publish On: 2020-04-27
"Das Deutsche Haus, now known at the Athenaeum, is one of the great architectural and historic treasures of Indianapolis.
Author: Jane Ammeson and Rick Hofstetter
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Das Deutsche Haus, now known as the Athenaeum, is one of the great architectural and historic treasures of Indianapolis. Now recognized as a national landmark, it is emblematic not just of the culture of this great Midwestern city but also of the role of German immigrants, particularly die Freidenker (the freethinkers), who sought to build a community centered on secular ideas and family. It is a cathedral to healthy minds and bodies, boldness and ingenuity, and cultural inclusiveness and the arts. This building's 19th-century founders would approve of the Athenaeum today--a multicultural center, throbbing with life, that unites a diverse community with its past and beckons a bright future. The structure looks the same as it did a century and a quarter ago and serves much the same purpose.
Chinaman's hat; Thomas Crawford's Orpheus and Benjamin West's King Lear
have passed from the Athenaeum to other homes. Today the Boston Athenaeum
is one of many fountains. iiii! The primary design of this catalogue is to document