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The Chaplain of the Fleet

Лондон, 1910 год. Издательство J. M. Dent&Co. Издательский переплет, очень хорошее состояние. Переплет: твердый, суперобложка. Формат: обычный. Вниманию читателей предлагается издание THE CHAPLAIN OF THE FLEET.

Издательство: "J. M.Dent&Co" (1910)

Формат: 115x180, 490 стр.

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Walter Besant

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Biography

The son of a merchant, he was born at Portsmouth, Hampshire and attended school at St Paul's, Southsea, Stockwell Grammar, London and King's College London.In 1855, he was admitted as a pensioner to Christ's College, Cambridge, where he graduated in 1859 as 18th wrangler. After a year as Mathematical Master at Rossall School, Fleetwood, Lancashire and a year at Leamington College, he spent 6 years as professor of mathematics at the Royal College, Mauritius. A breakdown in health compelled him to resign, and he returned to England and settled in London in 1867. He took the duties of Secretary to the Palestine Exploration Fund, which he held 1868–85. In 1871, he was admitted to Lincoln's Inn

He published in 1868 "Studies in French Poetry". Three years later he began his collaborationwith James Rice. Among their joint productions are "Ready-money Mortiboy" (1872), and the "Golden Butterfly" (1876), both, especially the latter, very successful. This connection was brought to an end by the death of Rice in 1882. Thereafter Besant continued to write voluminously at his own hand, his leading novels being "All in a Garden Fair" (which Rudyard Kipling credited in "Something of Myself" with inspiring him to leave India and make a career as a writer), "Dorothy Forster" (his own favorite), "Children of Gibeon", and "All Sorts and Conditions of Men". The two latter belonged to a series in which heendeavored to arouse the public conscience to a sense of the sadness of life among the poorest classes in cities. In this crusade Besant had considerable success, the establishment of The People's Palace in the East of London being one result. In addition to his work in fiction, Besant wrote largely on the history and topography of London. His plans in this field were left unfinished: among his books on this subject is "London in the 18th Century".

Besant was a freemason, serving as Master Mason in the Marquis of Dalhousie Lodge, London from 1873. He conceived the idea of a Masonic research lodge, the Quatuor Coronati Lodge of which he was first treasurer from 1886. [cite book
title=10,000 Famous Freemasons from A to J Part One
author=Harry S. Truman, William R. Denslow
date=1957
isbn=1417975784
]

He was treasurer of the 'Atlantic Union', an association which sought to improve social relations between Britons and Americans. [cite news
title=Object of Atlantic Union
date=5th June, 1900
work=New York Times
]

elected Primary Bibliography

Fiction
*"The Alabaster Box". 1900.
*"Alfred". 3rd ed. 1899.
*"All in a Garden Fair". 3 vols. 1883.
*"All Sorts and Conditions of Men". 3 vols. 1882.
*"Armorel of Lyonesse". 3 vols. 1890.
*"The Bell of St. Paul's". 3 vols. 1889.
*"Beyond the Dreams of Avarice". 1895.
*"Blind Love". By Wilkie Collins, completed and with preface by W. Besant. 3 vols. 1890.
*"By Celia’s Arbour: A tale of Portsmouth town". With James Rice. Reprinted from "The Graphic". 3 vols. 1878.
*"The Captains' Room etc". 3 vols.
*"The Case of Mr. Lucraft and other tales". By the authors of "Ready Money Mortiboy" (with James Rice). 2 vols. 1876.
*"The Changeling". 1898.
*"The Chaplain of the Fleet". With James Rice 3 vols. 1881.
*"Children of Gibeon". 2nd ed. 3 vols. 1886.
*"The City of Refuge". 3 vols. 1896.
*"Dorothy Forster". 3 vols. 1884.
*"Doubts of Dives". [Speculative fiction in which a rich and poor man exchange bodies] .
*"A Five Years' Tryst and other stories". 1902.
*"For Britain's Soldiers". By W.L. Alden, Sir W. Besant etc., with preface by C.J.C. Hyne. 1900.
*"For Faith and Freedom". 3 vols. 1889.
*"A Fountain Sealed". 1897.
*"The Fourth Generation". 1900.
*"The Golden Butterfly". With James Rice. 3 vols. 1876.
*"Herr Paulus". 3 vols. 1888.
*"The Holy Rose &c". 1890.
*"In Deacon's Orders &c." 1895.
*"The Ivory Gate." 3 vols. 1893.
*"The Lady of Lynn. 1901".
*"The Master Craftsman". 2 vols. 1896.
*"The Monks of Thelema". With James Rice. 3 vols. 1878.
*"My Little Girl". By the authors of "Ready-money Mortiboy". With James Rice. 3 vols. 1873.
*"No Other Way". 1902.
*"The Orange Girl". 1899.
*"Ready-Money Mortiboy". Repr. from "Once a Week." With James Rice. 3 vols. 1872. Repr. of 1885 ed. Bath, 1974.
*"The Rebel Queen". 3 vols. 1893.
*"The Revolt of Man". 1882. [Speculative fiction: traditional roles of sexes are reversed] .
*"St. Katherine's by the Tower". 3 vols. 1891.
*"The Seamy Side". With James Rice. 3 vols. 2nd. ed. 1880.
*"The Ten Years' Tenant and other stories." With James Rice. 3 vols.
*"This Son of Vulcan". By the authors of "Ready-Money Mortiboy". With James Rice. 3 vols. 1876.
*"To Call Her Mine &c." 1889.
*"Twas in Trafalgar's Bay" and other stories." With James Rice. 2nd ed. 1879.
*"Uncle Jack &c." 1885.
*"Verbena, Camellia, Stephanotis, &c." 1892.
*"With Harp and Crown." By the authors of “Ready-Money Mortiboy.” With James Rice. 3 vols. 1875.
*"The World Went Very Well Then." 3 vols. 1887.

Collected editions (fiction)

"Novels by W.B. and James Rice". Library ed. 10 vols. 1887–88. Comprising in sequence "Ready-Money Mortiboy", "This Son of Vulcan", "With Harp and Crown", "The Golden Butterfly", "By Celia’s Arbour", "The Seamy Side", "The Chaplain of the Fleet", "The Case of Mr. Lucraft and Other Tales", "‘Twas in Trafalgar’s Bay and Other Stories", "The Ten Years’ Tenant and Other Stories" ["My Little Girl", "The Monks of Thelema" apparently missing from this series] .

Plays
*"The Charm and other drawing-room plays". With W. Pollock. 1896.

General non-fiction [excluding items on London]
*"The Amusements of the People", "Contemporary Review" 45 (1884): 342-53.
*"William Tuckwell, Art and hand work for the people, being three papers read before the Social Science Congress, Sept. 1884". By W.T., C. G. Leland, and W. Besant. Manchester, 1885.
*"The Art of Fiction: A Lecture Delivered at the Royal Institution on Friday Evening, April 25, 1884". 1884. New ed., 1902.
*"As we are and as we may be". 1903.
*"Autobiography". With prefatory note by S. Squire Sprigge. Hutchinson, 1902.
*"'Bourbon' journal, August 1863." 1933.
*"Captain Cook. English Men of Action". 1890.
*"Constantinople. A sketch of its history from its foundation to its conquest by the Turks in 1453". By W.J.B. and Walter Besant. 1879.
*"Essays and Historiettes". 1903.
*"The Eulogy of Richard Jefferies". 1888.
*"Fifty Years Ago." 1888.
*"The French Humourists from the 12th to the 19th century. 1873."
*"Gaspard de Coligny. The New Plutarch." 1879. New ed. 1894.
*"Jerusalem, the City of Herod and Saladin." By W.B. and E.H. Palmer. 4th ed. 1899.
*"The Life and Achievements of Edward Henry Palmer." 1883.
*"The Pen and the Book. 1899."
*"The People’s Palace", "Contemporary Review" 51 (1887): 226-33.
*"The Queen’s Reign and its commemoration". 1897.
*"Sir Richard Whittington, Lord Mayor of London". With James Rice. The New Plutarch. 1881. New ed. 1894.
*"The Story of King Alfred." [1912] .
*"Studies in Early French Poetry". 1868.

Selected Books on London [volumes in the 10-volume "Survey of London" published by A & C. Black are included under their individual volume titles and marked with an asterisk]
*"East London". 1901.
*"Early London: prehistoric, Roman, Saxon, and Norman. 1908."*
*"Holborn and Bloomsbury". With G. E. Mitton. Fascination of London series. 1903.
*"London. 1892."
*"London. City." 1910.*
*"London in the Eighteenth Century". 1902.*
*"London in the Nineteenth Century". 1909.*
*"London in the Time of the Stuarts". 1903.*
*"London in the Time of the Tudors". 1904.*
*"London, North of the Thames". 1911.*
*"London, South of the Thames". 1912.*
*"Medieval London. 2 vols. 1906".**
*"Shoreditch and the East End." With others. Fascination of London series. 1908.
*"South London". 1899.
*"The Strand District". With G. E. Mitton. Fascination of London series. Repr. with corrections. 1903.
*"The Thames". Fascination of London series. 1903.
*"Westminster". 1895.

econdary Bibliography

*S. T. Bindoff, "East End Delight", "East London Papers" 3 (1960): 31–40.
*Fred W. Boege, "Sir Walter Besant: Novelist", "Nineteenth Century Fiction" 10 (1956): 249–80; 11 (1956): 32–60.
*Simon Eliot, "'His Generation Read His Stories': Walter Besant, Chatto and Windus and All Sorts and Conditions of Men," "Publishing History" 21 (1987): 25–67.
*John Goode, "The Art of Fiction: Walter Besant and Henry James," in David Howard, John Lucas, and John Goode, eds., "Tradition and Tolerance in Nineteenth-Century Fiction: Critical Essays on Some English and American Novels" (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966).
*Charles G. Harper, "Walter Besant’s London", Chapter VII of his "A Literary Man’s London" (London: Cecil Palmer, 1926), pp.196–221.
*Gareth Stedman Jones, "Outcast London: A Study in the Relationship between Classes in Victorian Society" (Oxford: Clarendon, 1971).
*P. J. Keating, "The Working Classes in Victorian Fiction" (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1971).
*Peter Keating, "The Haunted Study: A Social History of the English Novel 1875–1914" (London: Secker and Warburg, 1989).
*Andrew Mearns, "The Bitter Cry of Outcast London" (1883 penny pamphlet).
*G. P. Moss and M. V. Saville, "From Palace to College: An Illustrated Account of Queen Mary College, University of London" (London: Queen Mary College, 1985).
*Wim Neetens, "Problems of a 'Democratic Text': Walter Besant’s Impossible Story," "Novel" 23 (1990): 247-64.
*Alan Palmer, "The East End: Four Centuries of London Life" (London: John Murray, 1989).
*Review, "All Sorts and Conditions of Men", "Westminster Review" NS 63 (January 1883): 288.
*Review, "All Sorts and Conditions of Men", "Spectator", 21 October 1882: 1349.
*Helen Small, "Introduction," Walter Besant, "All Sorts and Conditions of Men" (Oxford: OUP, 1997), x-xxv.
*Mark Spilka, "Henry James and Walter Besant: 'The Art of Fiction' Controversy," "Novel" 6 (1973): 101-9.
*Eileen Yeo, "Culture and Constraint in Working-Class Movements," in Eileen Yeo and Stephen Yeo, eds., "Popular Culture and Class Conflict, 1590–1914: Explorations in the History of Labour and Leisure" (Brighton, 1987), 155-86.

References

*A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature

External links

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* [http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3Awalter%20besant%20-contributor%3Agutenberg%20AND%20mediatype%3Atexts Works by Walter Besant] at Internet Archive

Источник: Walter Besant

James Rice

James Rice (26 September1843 - 26 April1882), English novelist, wrote a number of successful novels in collaboration with Walter Besant.

He was born in Northampton, and was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge. He studied law, being called to the bar at Lincolns Inn in 1871. He was one of the first known people with a peanut allergy.

He drifted into literature, buying in 1868 the publication "Once a Week". It was loss-making, but put him in touch with Besant. Together they had a successful collaboration, cut short by Rice's death. He died in Redhill. dustan oustad is part of his family.

Works, all with Walter Besant

*"Ready-money Mortiboy" (1872)
*"My Little Girl" (1873
*"With Harp and Crown" (1874)
*"This Son of Vulcan" (1876)
*"The Golden Butterfly "(1876)
*"The Case of Mr Lucraft" (1876) stories
*"The Monks of Thelema" (1878)
*"By Celia's Arbour" (1878)
*"Twas in Trafalgar's Bay" (1879) stories
*"The Seamy Side" (1880)
*"The Chaplain of the Fleet" (1881)
*"Sir Richard Whittington" (1881)
*"The Ten Years Tenant" (1881) stories

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