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Mary Arnold Ward: Home

A Bibliography of Criticism 1881-2010, compiled by Michaelyn Burnette

Mary Arnold Ward

Articles, Essays and Books with Significant Reference to Mary Arnold Ward

Adcock, A. St. John.  "Mrs. Humphry Ward."  Bookman (London)

    24.144 (Sept. 1903): 193-204.


Ardis, Ann L.  New Women, New Novels: Feminism and Early Modernism.  

    New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 1990. 


Argyle, Gisela.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward’s Fictional Experiments in the  

    Woman Question.”  SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 

    43.4 (2003): 939-57.  Project Muse.  Web.  31 October 2010.


Armstrong, George D.  A Half Hour with Robert Elsmere.  Norfolk, VA: T.

    O. Wise, 1889.  Reproduced: ATLA Monograph Preservation Program,

    ATLA Fiche 1985-0510.


Armstrong, Richard A.  Pulpit Studies from Robert Elsmere with an

    Appendix of Mr. Gladstone’s Critique. Liverpool: Edward Howell,



Arnold, Thomas, Jr.  New Zealand Letters of Thomas Arnold

    the Younger.  Ed. James Bertram.  Wellington, N.Z., 1966.


Ashton, Rosemary. “Doubting Clerics: From James Anthony Froude to

    Robert Elsmere Via George Eliot.”  The Critical Spirit and the Will

    to Believe: Essays in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Religion.

    Ed. David Jasper and T. R. Wright.  New York: St. Martin’s, 1989.



Ashton, Rosemary.  Introduction.  Robert Elsmere.  By Mrs. Humphry Ward.

    Oxford: Oxford UP, 1987.


"The Author of Robert Elsmere."  Critic 13 (6 Oct 1888): 167.

    American Periodicals Series Online.  Web.  31 October 2010.


"Author of Robert Elsmere."  Outlook 124 (7 April 1920):

    583-84.  American Periodicals Series Online.  Web.

    31 October 2010.


Bailey, Nancy I.  “Ward’s Robert Elsmere.”  Explicator 49.2 (Winter

    1991): 102.


“Banquet to Mrs. Humphry Ward.”  Playground 2 (April 1908): 2-37.


Barfoot, Gabrielle.  “Helbeck of Bannisdale: A Study in Religious  

    Conflict.”  Prospero: Rivista di culture anglo-germaniche 3

    (1996): 145-52.


Bassett, Troy J. and Christina M. Walter.  “Booksellers and Bestsellers:

    British Book Sales as Documented by The Booksman, 1891-1906.”

    Book History 4 (2001): 205-36.  Project Muse.  Web.  11 December


Beccard, Maria. “Religiöse Fragen in den Romanen von Mrs.

    Humphrey [sic] Ward.” Diss. Münster, 1935. 

    Kossack, L. Review. Germanisch-romanische Monatsschrift 26.7/8 

    (July/Aug 1938): 325.


Beck, Nicole Meller and Beth Sutton-Ramspeck.  “Everybody Learns and 

    Everybody Teaches: Feminist Pedagogy and Co-Editing Mary Ward’s

    Marcella.”  Teaching British Women Writers 1750-1900.  Ed. Jeanne

    Moskal and Shannon R. Wooden.  New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2005.



Beer, George Louis.  "Diana of the Crossways and Lady

    Rose's Daughter."  The Critic 42 (1903): 534-35.


Beetz, Kirk H. “Review of Mrs. Humphry Ward (1851-1920): A   

    Bibliography.” Victorian Periodicals Review 23.2 (1990): 73-76.


Bell, Florence.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward.” Landmarks: a Reprint of Some 

    Essays and Other Pieces Published between the Years 1894 and 1922.  

    Ed. Bell.  New York: Horace Liveright, 1929. 95-105.


Bellringer, Alan W.  "Mrs Humphry Ward's Autobiographical

    Tactics: A Writer's Recollections."  Prose Studies 8.3 (Dec 1985): 



Bennett, Arnold.  "Mrs Humphry Ward's Heroines."  Books and Persons:    

    Being Comments on a Past Epoch 1908-1911. Ed. Bennett.

    London: Chatto and Windus; New York: Doran, 1917.  47-52.


Bensick Carol, M.  “`Partly Sympathy and Partly Rebellion’:

    Mary Ward, the Scarlet Letter, and Hawthorne.”  Hawthorne and

    Women: Engendering and Expanding the Hawthorne Tradition.  Ed.

    John L. Ido, Jr. and Melinda M. Ponder.  Amherst, MA: U of

    Massachusetts P, 1999.  159-167.


Bergonzi, Bernard.  “Aldous Huxley and Aunt Mary.”  Aldous Huxley:

    Between East and West.  Ed. C. C. Barfoot.  Amsterdam, Netherlands: 

    Rodopi, 2001.  9-17. Textxet: Studies in Comparative Literature 37.


Beyschlag, Prof.  "A German Criticism of Robert Elsmere." 

    Review of Reviews 1 (1889): 397.


Bindslev, Anne M.  Mrs Humphry Ward: A Study in Late-

    Victorian Feminine Consciousness and Creative Expression. 

    Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1985. Stockholm Studies in English   



Biron, Chartres.  "Biography and Memoirs."  London Mercury

    9 (1921): 209-12.


Blotner, Joseph L.  The Political Novel. New York: Doubleday, 1955. 

    Doubleday Short Studies in Political Science. 


Boughton, Gillian E.  “Dr Arnold’s Granddaughter: Mary Augusta Ward.”

    The Child Writer from Austen to Woolf.  Ed. Christine Alexander    

    and Juliet McMaster.  Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2005.  237-53.   

Bridgman, Howard A.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward’s Conception of Christianity.”

    Congregationalist 83.48 (1 Dec 1898): 785-86.  American Periodicals

    Series Online.  Web  15 December 2010.


Broughton, G[illian] E.  “The Juvenilia of Mrs Humphry Ward (1851-1920):

    Diplomatic Edition of Six Previously Unpublished Narratives

    Derived from Original Manuscript Sources.”  Diss U of Durham, 1995.


Bowie, Copeland. “Robert Elsmere and University Hall.”  Inquirer 3  

    April 1920: n.p.  Quoted in Trevelyan’s biography of her mother, 



Boyle, Clara.  "Mrs Humphrey Ward."  Letter.  Manchester

    Guardian, 19 June 1951: 6.


Brake, Laurel.  “Vernon Lee and the Pater Circle.”  Vernon Lee: 

    Decadence, Ethics, Aesthetics.  Ed. Catherine Maxwell and Patricia

    Pulham.  Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2006.  40-57.


Bridgman, Howard A.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward’s Conception of Christianity.”

    Congregationalist 83.48 (1898): 785-86.  American Periodicals 

    Series Online.  Web.  5 November 2010.


Brown, Deborah Lynne Johnson.  “`A Strange New Consciousness’: The 

    War Writings of Mrs. Humphry Ward.”  Diss. U of Nevada, Reno, 



Brumm, Ursula.  "The Religious Crisis of the 19th Century in

    Robert Elsmere and The Damnation of Theron Ware."  Die   

    amerikanische Literatur in der Weltliteratur: Themen und Aspekte;  

    Festschrift zum 60. Ed. Claus Uhlig and Volker Bischoff.

    Berlin: E. Schmidt, 1982.  159-75.


Bryson, Norman.  "Muscular Baby."  Spectator 231 (1973):



Burke, Kathleen Michaela.  “The Oxford Novel as Bildungsroman: An 

    Analysis of the Works of Six Writers.”  Diss U of Maryland College

    Park, 1989.


Bush, Julia.  “`Special Strengths for Their Own Special Duties’:

    Women, Higher Education and Gender Conservatism in Late Victorian

    Britain.”  History of Education 34.4 (2005): 387-405. InformaWorld.

     Web. 1 November 2010.


Butterworth, John Raymond.  “The Novels of Mrs. Humphry Ward: A Study

    in Form.”  Diss. U of California, Los Angeles, 1959.


Byrne, Meoghan Mary.  “Spinning `Strange and Flimsy Fancies’:   

    Nineteenth-Century Superstition in Novels by Thomas Hardy,     

    Charlotte Bronte, and Mary Augusta Ward.” Diss. U of Delaware, 1994.


Cadwallader, Alan H.  “Male Diagnosis of the Female Pen in Late   

    Victorian Britain: Private Assessments of Supernatural Religion.”

    Journal of Anglican Studies 5.1 (2007): 69-88.


Cazamian, Madeleine L. Les Doctrines d'action et d'aventure,

    1880-1914.  Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1955. Vol. 3 of Le Roman et    

    les idees en Angleterre, 1860-1914.  


Chance, Janna Smartt.  “Obeying God Rather than Men: Protestant  

    Individualism and the Empowerment of Victorian Women.”  Diss. Rice  

    U, 2008.


Chapman, Richard A.  "Thomas Hill Green (1836-1882)." Review of  

    Politics 27 (1965): 516-31.


Chapman, W. Stacey.  The Critical Method and the History of Testimony, 

    as Discoursed of in Robert Elsmere.  Melbourne: Samuel Mullen, 



Chesterton, G. K.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward.”  English Illustrated Magazine 

    31 (June 1904): 293+


Chevalley, Abel.  "Les romancieres victorrienes (Les Brontes, George  

    Eliot, Mrs. Humphry Ward)."  Le Roman Anglais de notre Temps.  Ed.  

    Chevalley. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1921.  37-55.


Chevalley, Abel.  The Modern English Novel.  Trans. Ben Ray Redman. New 

    York: Knopf, 1925.  See pages 53-56.


“Chronicle and Comment.”  Bookman (New York) 22.5 (Jan 1906): 431-36.

    American Periodicals Series Online.  Web.  2 October 2010.

    Annual survey of popular fiction with portraits of the authors.

    In May 1905, The Marriage of William Ashe displaced Dixon’s The

    Clansman atop the best seller list. 


Clark, George.  Robert Elsmere: A Lecture. Hobart: J. Walch and Sons, 

    1888.  2nd ed.  Hobart: Walch, 1889.  Robert Elsmere: A Reply to the 

    Rev. George Clarke’s Lecture.  Hobart, Tasmania: T. L. Hood, 1889.


Clark, Keith.  "Eleanor and Romola." Book Buyer 22.6 (July 1901): 453-



Clarke, Annette C.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward: a Vindiciae.”  MA thesis U of 

    South Carolina, 1966.


Clifford, Mrs. W. K. “Mrs Humphry Ward.”  The Literary Review 29 

    January 1921: 6.


Coghlan, Kathryn Alberta.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward, Novelist and Thinker.”

    Diss. Boston U Graduate School, 1957. 


Coit, Emily Jean.  “The Trial of Abundance: Consumption and Morality

    in the Anglo-American Novel, 1871-1907.”  Diss. Yale U, 2009.


Colaco, J. H.  “Mrs Humphry Ward: Studies in Three Novels.”  B.Litt

    thesis.  U of Oxford, 1976.


Colaco, Jill.  "Henry James and Mrs. Humphry Ward: A

    Misunderstanding.  Notes and Queries 23.9 (1976): 408-10.


Colby, Vineta.  "Light on a Darkling Plain: Mrs. Humphry

    Ward."  The Singular Anomaly: Some Women Novelists of the

    Nineteenth Century. Ed. Colby. London: London Univ. Press, 1971.      

    New York: New York Univ. Press, 1971. 111-74. 

    Cowie, Alexander.  Review.  CEA Critic, 24 (1971): 38. 

    Hardy, Barbara.  Review.  Encounter 38 (Dec 1971): 48.  

    Cutler, E. J.  Review.  Library Journal 96 (1 Jan 1971): 79.

    Needham, Gwendolyn. Review. Nineteenth Century Fiction, 25.4 (Mar 1971): 497-500.

    Thompson, Patricia.  Review.  Review of English Studies n.s.23.92

(Nov 1972): 518-20.

    Rogers, Katharine M. Review.  Victorian Studies 14 (1971): 463-4.


Collins, Amanda J. “Forging an Afterlife: Mrs. Humphry Ward and the    

    Relics of the Brontës.”  Australasian Victorian Studies Journal 7

    (Dec 2001): 12-25.


Collister, Peter.  "After 'Half a Century': Mrs Humphry Ward

    on Charlotte and Emily Brontë."  English Studies 66.5 (Oct 1985): 



Collister, Peter.  "Alpine Retreats and Arnoldian Recoveries: Mrs 

    Humphry Ward's Lady Rose's Daughter."  Durham

    University Journal 47 (1986): 289-99. 


Collister, Peter.  “`A Fresh and Supplementary Language’: Some   

    Quotations in Robert Elsmere.”  Durham University Journal 81.2    

    (June 1989): 253-64.


Collister, Peter.  "The Heritage of George Sand: Mrs Humphry

    Ward's The History of David Grieve.  Review of English Studies

    36.144 (Nov 1985): 501-21.


Collister, Peter. “A `Legendary Hue’: Henri Regnault and the Fiction of 

    Henry James and Mrs Humphry Ward.”  Modern Language Review 87.4    

    (1992): 827-46.


Collister, Peter.  "Marie Bashkirtseff in Fiction: Edmond de

    Goncourt and Mrs. Humphry Ward."  Modern Philology 82.1 (Aug 1984):

    53-69.  JSTOR.  Web.  2 October 2010.


Collister, Peter.  "A Meredith Heroine and Mrs. Humphry

    Ward."  English Language Notes 18 (1980): 112-19.


Collister, Peter.  "Mrs Humphry Ward, Vernon Lee, and Henry

    James."  Review of English Studies 31.123 (Aug 1980): 315-21.

    JSTOR.  Web.  2 October 2010.


Collister, Peter.  "Mrs Humphry Ward's Eleanor: A

    Late Victorian Portrait of Chateaubriand and Pauline de

    Beaumont."  Neophilologus 65.4 (1981): 622-39.


Collister, Peter.  "Portraits of 'Audacious Youth': George

    Eliot and Mrs Humphry Ward."  English Studies 64.4 (Aug 1983): 296-



Collister, Peter.  "A Postlude to Gladstone on Robert

    Elsmere: Four Unpublished Letters."  Modern Philology 79.3    

    (Feb 1982): 284-96.  JSTOR.  Web.  2 October 2010.


Collister, Peter.  “Some Literary and Popular Sources for Mrs Humphry

    Ward’s The History of David Grieve.”  Review of English Studies

    40.158 (May 1989): 215-31.  JSTOR.  Web.  2 October 2010.


Collister, Peter.  “Some Literary and Popular Sources for Mrs Humphry

    Ward’s The History of David Grieve.”  Review of English Studies

    40.159 (Aug 1989): 373-85.  JSTOR.  Web.  2 October 2010.


Collister, Peter.  "Some New Items by Mrs. Humphry Ward." 

    Notes and Queries 25.223 (1978): 309-11.


Cook, Daniel Joseph.  “Orthodoxy and Aporia in the Victorian Narrative    

    of Unconversion.”  Diss. U of California, Davis, 2005.


Cook, Joseph. “Robert Elsmere’s Mental Struggles III.”  North 

    American Review 148.386 1889): 106-109.


Copeland, Charles Townsend.  “George Eliot and Mrs Humphry Ward.”

     North American Review 154 (April 1892): 503-05.

     American Periodicals Series Online.  Web.  5 November 2010. 


Cosslett, Tess.  “Revisiting Fictional Italy, 1887-1908: Vernon Lee,

    Mary Ward, and E. M. Forster.”  English Literature in Transition, 

    1880-1920 52.3 (2009): 312-28.  Project Muse.  Web.  20 October 



Cosslett, Tess.  Woman to Woman: Female Friendship in Victorian Fiction.

    Brighton: Harvester, 1988.


Courtney, Janet.  Freethinkers of the Nineteenth Century. 

    New York: Dutton, 1920.


Courtney, Janet.  “The Ladies of Oxford.”  An Oxford Portrait Gallery.

    Ed. Courtney.  London: Chapman & Hall, 1931.  209-49.


Courtney, Janet.  The Women of My Time.  London: Lovat  Dickson, 1932. 


Courtney, Mrs. W. L.  "The English Girl in Fiction."  North

    American Review 198.696 (Nov. 1913): 664-74.  


Courtney, William Leonard.  "Mrs Humphry Ward."  The

    Feminine Note in Fiction.  Ed. Courtney.  London: Chapman and Hall, 

    1904.  3-41.


Coustillas, Pierre (ed.).  Politics in Literature in the

    Nineteenth Century.  Lille: Université de Lille; Paris: Éditions

    Universitares, l974.  See Especially the article by Rives,

    Françoise.  "Fiction and Politics in Sir George Tressady." 


    Monod, S.  Review.  Etudes Anglaises 24 (1976): 617.

    Myers, William. Victorian Studies 19 (1976): 413-4.


Cressey, George Croswell.  Robert Elsmere as a Type of Religious 

    Transition.  Bangor: Press of John H. Baron, 1888.


Cross, Wilbur L.  "Philosophical Realism: Mrs. Humphry Ward

    and Thomas Hardy."  Development of the English Novel.  New York:

    Macmillan, 1927.  268-80.


Crowley, B.  “Pilgrimage, Death and Apotheosis in the Late-

    Nineteenth-Century Novel.”  Diss Liverpool 2004.  Index to Theses.

    Web.  2 December 2010.


Crowther, Margaret A.  Church Embattled: Religious

    Controversy in Mid-Victorian England.  Hamden, Conn.: Archon,



Cruse, Amy.  After the Victorians.  London: Allen and Unwin, 1938.


Culler, A. Dwight.  Imaginative Reason: The Poetry of Matthew Arnold.  

    New Haven, l966.


Culp, Mildred L.  "Literary Dimensions of Robert Elsmere:

    Idea, Character, and Form."  International Fiction Review 9.1

    (Winter 1982): 35-40.


Culp, Mildred Louise.  “After Belief: the Response of Cultural Crisis

    in Three Late Victorian Novelists.”  Diss U of Chicago, 1976.


Cummings, M. S.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward—A Critical Estimate.”  Los Angeles 

    Times 5 Sept 2910: IX4-5.  ProQuest Historical Newspapers.  Web.

    17 December 2010.  


Cunningham, A. R.  "The 'New Woman Fiction' of the 1890's." 

    Victorian Studies 17.2 (Dec 1973): 177-86.


Dalgleish, Doris N.  "Faith and Doubt in Victorian

    Literature."  Contemporary Review 173 (Feb. 1948): 106-12.


Dall, Caroline Wells Healey.  Of Lady Rose’s Daughter.  A Defense and 

    an Analysis.  Boston: T. Todd, 1903.  Reproduced: Microfilm.  

    Research Publications History of Women, reel 645, no. 5145. 


Dammon, Hope.  “Journeying Toward the Beatific Vision: The Uses and

    Abuses of Dante in Robert Elsmere.”  MA thesis, Baylor U, 2007.


Davies, Daniel James.  Beiträge zur Stilistik Mrs. Humphry Wards.

    Marburg, R. Friedrich's Universitäts-Buchdruckerei, 1907.

    Diss. U Marburg, 1906.


Davies, Horton.  "Divines in Doubt: Mrs. Humphry Ward." 

    Mirror of the Ministry in Modern Novels. Ed. Davies. New York: 

    Oxford UP, 1959.  63-71.


Davies, Horton.  “Mythology and Demythologizing.”  Worship and Theology 

    in England from Newman to Martineau, 1850-1900.  Ed. Davies.  Vol. 

    4. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1962.  184-86.


Dawson, W. J.  “Religion in Fiction.”  The Makers of English Fiction.  

    Ed. Dawson.  New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1905.  268-89.


De Vooys, Sijna.  "The Sociological Novel by George R.

    Gissing and Mrs. Humphry Ward--A Contrast."  The Psychological

    Element in the English Sociological Novel of the Nineteenth

    Century.  Amsterdam: H. J. Paris, 1927.  75-116.   


Delap, Lucy and Ann Heilmann.  Introduction.  Daphne; Or, Marriage à la 

    Mode. By Mrs Humphry Ward. London: Thoemmes, 2006. Vol. 1 of Anti-

    Feminism in Edwardian Literature.  



Deyermond, Alan.  “Mary Ward, or the Incremental Denigration of a 

    Hispanist.”  Hispanic Research Journal 5.2 (2004): 177-79.


Dickinson, J. E.  “Women Novelists and War: A Study of the Responses

    of Seven Women Novelists, 1914-1940.”  M.Litt. thesis, Edinburgh, 

    1980.  Index to Theses.  Web.  2 December 2010.


Dodds, M. H.  "Keys to Mrs. Humphry Ward's Novels."  Notes

    and Queries 178 (Feb. 3, 1940): 87.


Dorsey, Anna Vernon.  “Marriage of William Ashe and Lady Caroline 

    Lamb.”  Bookman (New York) 21.3 (May 1905): 240-49.  American

    Periodicals Series Online.  Web.  31 October 2010.  


Dowling, Linda.  "The Decadent and the New Woman in the

    1890's."  Nineteenth-Century Fiction 33 (1979): 434-53.


Down, T. C.  "Schooldays with Miss Clough."  Cornhill

     Magazine 3rd ser., 48 (June 1920): 674-84.


Doyle, Arthur Conan.  "Mrs. Humphry Ward at the Authors'

    Club."  Queen 109 (25 May 1901): 827. From the Thesing and Pulsford 

    bibliography; I cannot verify.


Dulemba, Madeleine Spehar.  “Mary Arnold Ward: God, Man and Woman in

    Late-Victorian England.”  MA thesis.  Southern Connecticut State U,



Dunbar, Georgia Dolfield Sherwood.  “The Faithful Recorder: Mrs.     

    Humphry Ward and the Foundation of Her Novels.”  Diss.

    Columbia U, 1953.


Dunbar, Olivia Howard.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward.  A Talk with Her About Her 

    Helbeck—Her Home in the Country.”  New York Times 24 Dec 1898: 

    BR873.  ProQuest Historical Newspapers.  Web.  15 December 2010.


Dundas, Diane M.  “An Examination of the Moral Code in Mrs. Humphry 

    Ward’s Early Novels.”  MA thesis Bowling Green State U, 1963.


Dutta, Mary Buhl.  “Fictions of Faith: Female Novelists and Religious

    Discourse.”  Diss. New York U, 1996.


Eccles, R. Kerr.  Robert Elsmere: A Critique with Inferences.  Preached 

    before the Bible Society, Salem, Ohio.  Salem: H. C. Hawley, n.d.


Egan, Maurice Francis.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward.”  America 22.25 (1920):



Elfenbein, Andrew.  “On the Discrimination of Influences.”  Modern    

    Language Quarterly 69.4 (2008): 481-507.  Highwire P/Duke UP.  Web.   

    2 Nov. 2010.

Elwin, Malcolm. “Best Sellers: Hall Caine and Others.” Old Gods Falling. 

   Ed. Elwin. London: Collins, 1939. 290-328, particularly 306-311.


Emsley, Sarah.  “The Reputation of Mary Augusta Arnold (Mrs. Humphry)

    Ward.”  Nineteenth-Century Feminisms 7 (Spring 2003): 53-64. 


“England that Never Was.”  Nation and the Athenaeum 27 (3 April 1920): 



Erb, P[eter] C.  “Politics and Theological Liberalism: William    

    Gladstone and Mrs Humphry Ward.”  Journal of Religious History 25.2    

    (2001): 158-72.  ATLA Religion Database.  Web. 3 November 2010.


Erickson, Laurel Meredith.  “Odd Women: Late Victorian Fiction and the  

    Work of Female Desire.”  Diss. U of Michigan, 1996. 


Exner, Josef.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward's Tendenzromane mit besonderer 

    Berucksichtigung der sozialen Probleme.”  Diss. U of Breslau, 1912. 

    Reproduced: Microfilm. Research Publications History of Women, reel 

    810, no. 6498.


“Fame for Each Pen. Three Women and Three Late Novels.”  San Francisco 

     Chronicle 6 May 1894: 2.  ProQuest Historical Newspapers.  Web.  

     10 November 2010.


“The Fascinations of Negative Theology.”  The Spectator 65.3258 (6 Dec 

    1890): 823-25.


Fasick, Laura.  “The Ambivalence of Influence: The Case of Mary Ward 

    and Charlotte Yonge.”  English Literature in Transition 1880-1920

    37.2 (1994): 141-47.  Project Muse.  Web.  12 December 2010.


Fasick, Laura.  “Culture, Nature, and Gender in Mary Ward’s Robert

    Elsmere and Helbeck of Banisdale.”  Victorian Newsletter 83

    (Spring 1993): 25-31.


Fawkes, Alfred.  "The Ideas of Mrs. Humphry Ward." Quarterly Review 217 

    (July 1912): 1-20.  


Fawkes, Alfred.  "The Ideas of Mrs. Humphry Ward."  Living

    Age 275.3561 (5 Oct 1912): 3-16. American Periodicals

    Series Online.  Web.  12 October 2010.


Fawkes, Alfred.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward (1851-1920).”  Modern Churchman

    46.3 (1956): 215-19. 


Fenne, Jennifer Joann.  “`Every Woman Is a Nurse’: Domestic Nurses in

    Nineteenth Century English Popular Literature.”  Diss. U of 

    Wisconsin-Madison, 2000.


Fife, Hilda M.  "A Letter from Mrs. Humphry Ward to Vernon

    Lee."  Colby Library Quarterly series 3.15 (1954): 211-15.


Firkins, O. W.  "Mrs. Humphry Ward."  The Weekly Review 3

     (27 Oct 1920): 368-70.


Ford, Mary K.  "Two Women Novelists."  Bookman (New York) 17.4 (June

    1903): 350-52.  American Periodicals Series Online.  Web.

    30 October 2010.


Fowler, Jessie A.  “A Quartet of Writers. Ian MacLaren, James Matthew  

    Barrie, Mrs. Humphry Ward, the Late William Morris.”  Phrenological  

    Journal and Science of Health 102.6 (1896): 202-06.  American   

    Periodicals Series Online.  Web.  5 November 2010.


Freed, Mark M.  “The Moral Irrelevance of Dogma: Mary Ward and Critical

    Theology in England.”  Women’s Theology in Nineteenth-Century   

    Britain: Transfiguring the Faith of Their Fathers.  Ed. Julie 

    Melnyk.  New York, NY: Garland, 1998.  133-47.  Garland Reference

    Library of the Humanities 2055.  Literature and Society in   

    Victorian Britain 3.


Freed, Mark Morning.  “T. H. Green and the Ethical Reconstruction of 

    the Victorian `Literary.’”  Diss. Michigan State U, 1996.


G-Y.  “The Work of Mrs. Humphry Ward.”  Bookman (London) 2.9 (June 

   1892): 76-78.


Gardiner, Alfred George.  “Mrs. Humphry Ward.”  The Pillars of Society.

    Ed. Gardiner.  London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1916. 261-67. 


Gilbert, Charles Robert.  Robert Elsmere v. Christianity: A Paper Read

    before the York Clerical Brotherhood, March 26, 1889.  York: J. 

    Sampson, 1889.


Gjevre, Joan E.  “`Forbidden Utterances’: Religious Discourse and  

    Memory in Victorian Women’s Narratives.”  Diss. U of Wisconsin, 

    Madison, 1999.


Gladstone, William.  "Robert Elsmere and the Battle of

    Belief."  Nineteenth Century 23.135 (1888), 766-88. Reprinted in  

    North American Review 148.386 (1889): 116-31. Also repr. in

    The Spirit of the Age: Victorian Essays.  Ed. Gertrude Himmelfarb.

    New Haven: Yale UP, 2007.  260-79.


Glavin, John.  “Caught in the Act: Or, the Prosing of Juliet.”

    The Appropriation of Shakespeare: Post-Renaissance Reconstruction

    of the Works and the Myth.  Ed. Jean I. Marsden.  New York: St.   

    Martin’s, 1991. 93-110. 


“Glimpses of Mrs Humphry Ward.  The Newcastle Weekly Courant, 2.  

     26 May 1894.  19th Century British Library Newspapers.  Web.  

     8 November 2010.


Gordon, D. J. and John Stokes.  “The Reference of The Tragic Muse.”

    The Air of Reality; New Essays on Henry James.  Ed. John Goode.

    London: Methuen, 1972. 81-167.


Gorsky, Susan R.  "Old Maids and New Women: Alternatives to

    Marriage in Englishwomen's Novels, 1847-1915."  Journal of

    Popular Culture 7.1 (1973): 68-85.


Gosse, Edmund.  "Mrs. Humphry Ward."  Silhouettes.   Ed. Gosse.

    London: Heinemann, 1925.  203-10.


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