Halleck's New English Literature eBook

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149.  Charles Darwin.
150.  John Tyndall.
151.  Thomas Huxley. (From the painting by John Collier, National
     Portrait Gallery).
152.  Dante Gabriel Rossetti. (From the drawing by himself, National
     Portrait Gallery).
153.  Thomas Babington Macaulay. (From the painting by Sir.  F. Grant,
     National Portrait Gallery).
154.  Cardinal Newman. (From the painting by Emmeline Deane). 155.  Thomas Carlyle. (From the painting by James McNeill Whistler). 156.  Craigenputtock. 157.  Mrs. Carlyle. (From a miniature portrait).
158.  John Ruskin. (From a photograph).
159.  Charles Dickens. (From a photograph taken in America, 1868). 160.  Dicken’s Home, Gads Hill. 161.  Facsimile of MS. of A Christmas Carol.
162.  William Makepeace Thackeray. (From the painting by Samuel
     Laurence, National Portrait Gallery).
163.  Caricature of Thackeray by Himself.
164.  Thackeray’s Home where Vanity Fair was Written.
165.  George Eliot. (From a drawing by Sir F.W.  Burton, National
     Portrait Gallery).
166.  George Eliot’s Birthplace.
167.  Robert Louis Stevenson. (From a photograph).
168.  Stevenson as a Boy. 169.  Edinburgh Memorial of Robert Louis Stevenson. (By St. Gaudens). 170.  George Meredith. (From the painting by G.F.  Watts, National
     Portrait Gallery).
171.  Thomas Hardy. (From the painting by Winifred Thompson). 172.  Max Gate. (The Home of Hardy). 173.  Matthew Arnold. (From the painting by G.F.  Watts, National
     Portrait Gallery).
174.  Robert Browning. (From the painting by G.F.  Watts, National
     Portrait Gallery).
175.  Elizabeth Barrett Browning. (From the painting by Field Talfourd,
     National Portrait Gallery).
176.  Facsimile of MS. from Pippa Passes.
177.  Alfred Tennyson. (From a photograph by Mayall).
178.  Farringford.
179.  Facsimile of MS. of Crossing the Bar.
180.  Algernon Charles Swinburne. (From the painting by Dante Gabriel
     Rossetti).
181.  Rudyard Kipling. (From the painting by John Collier). 182.  Mowgli and his Brothers. (From The Jungle Book). 183.  The Cat That Walked. (From Kipling’s drawing for Just-So
     Stories
).
184.  Joseph Conrad.
185.  Arnold Bennett.
186.  John Galsworthy.
187.  Herbert George Wells.
188.  William Butler Yeats.
189.  John Masefield.
190.  Alfred Noyes.
191.  Henry Arthur Jones.
192.  Arthur Wing Pinero.
193.  George Bernard Shaw. (From the bust by Rodin).
194.  James Matthew Barrie.
195.  Stephen Phillips.
196.  Lady Gregory.
197.  John Synge.

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[Illustration:  LITERARY MAP OF ENGLAND]

NEW ENGLISH LITERATURE

INTRODUCTION

LITERARY ENGLAND

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