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The correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth circle (1808-1866)

Henry Crabb Robinson

The correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth circle (1808-1866)

the greater part now for the first time printed from the originals in Dr. Williams"s library, London

by Henry Crabb Robinson

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Published by The Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Correspondence

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChronologically arranged and edited with introduction, notes and index by Edith J. Morley
    ContributionsWordsworth, William, 1770-1850, Morley, Edith J. (Edith Julia), 1875-1964
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5881 .A35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26981357M
    LC Control Number28009583
    OCLC/WorldCa784875

    A postscript to the story appears in Morley, Edith J. (Ed.) "The Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle" Vol 1. (Oxford, ); letter from Dorothy Wordsworth to H.C.R., 3 Mar asks H.C.R. whether "if you have opportunity you would tell Mrs Montagu that I never recommended Miss Fletcher as a Governess. Crabb Robinson, Henry Critical Review or Annals of Literature Edinburgh Cronstadt, A. F. An Essay towards a System of Mineralogy, translated from the Swedish by Gustav von Engerstrom to which is added a Treatise on the Pocket Laboratory, by the translator, including revisions and comments by E. M. Da Costa London E. and C. Dilly

    Wordsworth described her, in a letter to Henry Crabb Robinson, 3 March , as having ‘very good dispositions and I believe a good temper but she was very deaf’, The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth, 2nd edn, The Later Years: Part 1, –, ed. Alan G. Hill (Oxford, ), p. As a poet, Walter Savage Landor has enjoyed a permanent minority reputation for the classicism of his epigrams and idyls. He was a seriously emulative classicist and wrote a significant proportion of his poetry in Latin, which was also the original language of some of the long and short poems that he published in English. Indeed, he was deterred from making it his chief medium only by the.

      The Hunts' friend, Henry Crabb Robinson, wrote an article on Blake in and attended his exhibition in Robinson's diary shows that Blake was a frequent subject of conversation; between and , Robinson discussed him with William Rough, William Hazlitt, Robert Southey, Charles Lamb, William Wordsworth, Thomas Barnes, and Barron. There is no doubt that Wordsworth and the Enlightenment Idea of Pleasure offers a significant argument that I hope will both influence Wordsworth studies and open up the positive experiences his poetry offers for further critical by: 5.


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Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth circle (). Oxford, The Clarendon press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Wadsworth family.; Wadsworth family. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry Crabb Robinson; William Wordsworth; Edith J.

The Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle (II). The greater part now for the first time printed from the originals in Dr. Williams's Library, London. Edited by EDITH J. MORLEY. Oxford: at the Clarendon Press.

I Vol. I., pp. xii+I; Vol. II., pp. 42s. net. The Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle, Edited by EDITH J. MORLEY. 2 vols. New York: Oxford University Press, American Branch, Pp. xii+ An important recent addition to Wordsworth literature is The Corre-spondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle, The Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson With The Wordsworth Circle (): Vol.

ii, [Edith J. (edit). Morley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Edith J. (edit). Morley. Thomas Sadler, in The Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson, includes only a terse statement by Robinson about it (). Edith Morley's Henry Crabb Robinson on Books and their Writers includes a similarly brief version by Robinson of the event ().

The correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth circle () the greater part now for the first time printed from the originals in Dr. Williams's library, London by Henry Crabb Robinson (Book). Page - mean — is as to friendship, with equal truth and beauty, thus exhibited by Jeremy Taylor: " By friendship you mean the greatest love, the greatest usefulness, and the most open communication, and the noblest sufferings, and the severest truth, and the heartiest counsel, and the greatest union of minds, of which brave men and women are capable.

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A significant link in the literary correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with Edward Quillinan, the widowed son-in-law of revered friend Wordsworth, as presented in Edith J.

Morley’s Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle (London, ) is supplied by the following letter at the Dove Cottage Library. Full text of "Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson " See other formats.

Publications in the Field of Women’s Studies. Books and Book-length Studies (print and online publications) 1. Other British Voices: Women, Poetry, and Religion, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2.

The Letters of Henry Crabb Robinson and Mary Wordsworth, Wordsworth Library, Grasmere (). Digital publication through the. Henry Crabb Robinson in Germany Extracts from his Correspondence, ed. Edith J. Morley (London: Oxford University Press, ) The Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle (), 2 vols, ed.

Edith J. Morley. “Henry Crabb Robinson and Godwinism.” Wordsworth Circle 33 (): “John Ryland at School: Two Societies in Northampton Boarding Schools.” Baptist Quarterly 40 (): “Six Letters of Robert Robinson from Dr.

Williams’s Library.” Baptist Quarterly 39 (): “John Foster and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.”. Two years after the death of Henry Crabb Robinson, in the yearthere were published three volumes of his Diary, Reminiscences and Correspondence.

The editor, Dr. Thomas Sadler, had done his work extremely well. The son of a tanner, Henry Crabb Robinson attended local schools until he began the study of law at the age of fifteen. His life changed when, at the age of twenty-three, he inherited enough money. Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle (2 vols., ), The Life and Times of Henry Crabb Robinson (), and Henry Crabb Robinson on Books and Their Writers (3 vols., ), never mentions Robert Hall.

Her focus on Robinson’s “literary”. Crabb Robinson memoirs = Diary, Reminiscences and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson () DNB = Dictionary of National Biography; DWD Letters = Damian Walford Davies, Presences that Disturb (appendix) () EPThompson = E.P.

Thompson, The Romantics () HCT Life of JT = Henrietta Cecil Thelwall, Life of John Thelwall (). Wordsworths: Collected Letters – Robinson, Henry Crabb, The Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle,edited by Edith J.

Morley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ); Wordsworth, Dorothy, Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth, edited by Mary Moorman, 2d ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ); Wordsworth, Dorothy.

Henry Crabb Robinson, On Books and Their Writers, 3 volumes, edited by Edith J. Morley (London: Dent, ), I: 8. Porter Williams, "The Influence of Mrs. Barbauld's Hymns in Prose for Children upon Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience, " in A Fair Day for the Affections, edited by Jack Durant and Thomas Hester (Raleigh, N.

C.: Winston. The Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle (–), ed. Edith J. Morley, 2 vols (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ). (p. xv) Lamb, Letters Charles Lamb, The Letters of Charles and Mary Anne Lamb, ed.

Edwin Marrs, 3 vols (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, –8).Edith Morley Collection MS This collection contains correspondence, newspaper cuttings and excerpts, essays Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle 1 folder. University Museums and MS /2/6 Newspaper cuttings referring to the book, The Life and times of Henry Crabb Robinson 1 folder.A significant link in the literary correspondence of Henry Crate Robinson with Edward Quillinan, the widowed son-in-law of revered friend Wordsworth, as presented in Edith J.

Morley's Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson with the Wordsworth Circle (London, ) is supplied by the following letter at the Dove Cottage Library.