Mary Augusta Ward | Critical Essay by Criticism

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Critical Essay by Criticism

Bellringer, Alan W. "Mrs. Humphry Ward's Autobiographical Tactics: A Writer's Recollections." Prose Studies 8, No. 3 (December 1985): 40-50.

Examines Ward's autobiography, which Bellringer credits with keeping "her reputation afloat" during the decades that her works were seldom discussed.

Birch, Dinah. "The Great Mary." London Review of Books 12, No. 17 (13 September 1990): 13-14.

Review of John Sutherland's Mrs. Humphry Ward: Eminent Victorian, Pre-Eminent Edwardian. Commenting on Robert Elsmere, Birch states: "What makes it compelling is its sense of unremitting struggle—intellectual, spiritual, and emotional. Robert Elsmere presents a world in which every kind of progress, every moment of happiness, must be fought for and paid for."

Collister, Peter. "A Postlude to Gladstone on Robert Elsmere: Four Unpublished Letters." Modern Philology 79, No. 3 (February 1982): 284-96.

Reprints three letters by William Gladstone and one by Ward written between March 1889 and September 1895, following Gladstone's landmark review of Robert Elsmere.

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