CHARACTERISTICS OF VICTORIAN LITERATURE
That which in England is conveniently described as
the Victorian Age of literature has a character of
its own, at once brilliant, diverse, and complex.
Frederic Harrison, well known in his own time for his vital part in the leading controversies of the Victorian Age in England, has become in the twentieth century little more than a name encountered h...
Frederic Harrison was the primary spokesman for the application of Positivist philosophy to social, historical, political, and literary questions of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. ...