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Author: Kirstie Blair
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Title: John Keble in Context (Anthem Nineteenth-Century Series)
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Publisher: Anthem Press (November 14, 2004)
Pages: 210

John Keble in Context (Anthem Nineteenth-Century Series) by Kirstie Blair



Blair, Kirstie, ed. (2004) John Keble in Context. ISBN 1843311461 (Papers from a conference held at Keble College, Oxford, May 2003. Cross, F. ed. (1957), The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, Oxford UP, p. 76. .late Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, Professor of Poetry. Oxford: University Press. In: Aesthetics and Religion in Nineteenth-century Britain. ISBN 1855069644 (6 vols. Lott, Bernard Maurice (1960) The Poetry of John Keble, with special reference to the Christian Year and his contribution to the Lyra Apostolica. Thesis (PhD)-University of London, 1960. Rowlands, John Henry Lewis (1989).

John Keble in Context. Anthem Press, 1 Kas 2004 - 210 sayfa. John Keble had an immense influence on nineteenth-century literature and culture. A founding figure of the Oxford Movement, he was mythologized as the living embodiment of Christian ideals. His 1827 volume of verse The Christian Year was the best-selling book of poetry in the Victorian era while his lectures as Oxford Professor of Poetry were highly influential. Those indebted to his ideas include figures as diverse as John Henry Newman, Christina Rossetti and Alfred Tennyson.

John Keble in Context book. Those inde John Keble had an immense influence on nineteenth-century literature and culture.

Blair, Kirstie, ed. London: Anthem ISBN 1843311461 (Papers from a conference held at Keble College, Oxford, May 2003. In his book Heaven, Hell, and the Victorians, Victorian scholar Michael Wheeler calls The Christian Year simply "the most popular volume of verse in the nineteenth century". In his essay on "Tractarian Aesthetics and the Romantic Tradition," Gregory Goodwin claims that The Christian Year is "Keble's greatest contribution to the Oxford Movement and to English literature.

Keble was born in Fairford, Gloucestershire where his father, the Rev. John Keble, was Vicar of Coln St. Aldwyns. He attended Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and, after a brilliant academic performance there, became a Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, and was for some years a tutor and examiner in the University. John Keble in Context. ISBN 978-1-84331-146-1. Retrieved 20 January 2013. Blair, Kirstie, ed. 761 (In: Aesthetics and Religion in Nineteenth-century Britain.

This unique, interdisciplinary and timely volume offers the first major reassessment of Keble's work for several decades, and a comprehensive introduction to this key figure. 'John Keble in Context' provides a wide range of perspectives on Keble's place in politics and religion, his writings and his influence on his literary heirs and successors.