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While completing his legal studies in London he met the publisher John Ebers, at that time manager of the King's Theatre, introduced Ainsworth to literary Born: 4 FebruaryManchester, England.
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William Harrison Ainsworth, (born February 4,Manchester, Lancashire, England—died January 3,Reigate, Surrey), English author of popular historical romances. Ainsworth initially studied law but left it for literature, publishing his first novel anonymously in His first success came with the novel Rookwood (), featuring the highwayman Dick Turpin, which.
About this Item: From Wikipedia: "William Harrison Ainsworth (4 February - 3 January ) was an English historical novelist born at King Street in Manchester. He trained as a lawyer, but the legal profession held no attraction for him. While completing his legal studies in London he met the publisher John Ebers, at that time manager of the King's Theatre, Haymarket.
The Lancashire Witches is the only one of William Harrison Ainsworth's forty novels that has remained continuously in print since its first publication. It was serialised in the Sunday Times newspaper in ; a book edition appeared the following year, published by Henry Colburn. First published inRookwood is the first novel of the little known but reasonably prolific author William Harrison Ainsworth.
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Dent; New York: E. Dutton, ca. ), contrib. by Ernest Rhys. Three and a half months after the banquet, William Harrison Ainsworth was dead. [Worth ] He died at Reigate on January 3rd,and is buried at Kensal Green Cemetery, largely forgotten by all but academic readers of the present.
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An English author of more than thirty-five novels, he is best known for his work, Rookwood. His other novels include The Lancashire Witches () and Jack Sheppard ().
Before Fame. He published a play called The Rivals in March of Around this time, he collaborated with James Crossley on a novel entitled Sir John Chiverton. TriviaBorn: Buy Rookwood by Harrison Ainsworth, William (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(12). Ainsworth, William Harrison (–).—Novelist, s. of a solicitor, was b.
in Manchester. He was destined for the legal profession, which, however, had no attraction for him; and going to London to complete his studies made the acquaintance of Mr. John Ebers, publisher, and at that time manager of the Opera House, by whom he was introduced to literary and.
Full text of "The novels of William Harrison Ainsworth" See other formats. William Harrison Ainsworth was born in Manchester on February 4the first child of Thomas Ainsworth, a prominent local solicitor, and Ann Harrison, the daughter of a Unitarian minister.
The family had one other child the following year, Thomas Gilbert. Lyrical Ballads is now generally considered to have marked the beginning of the Romantic Movement in English literature. This is the second state, as virtually always (the press was stopped after only a few copies of the first state were printed), with the eight-page cancel of Coleridge's "Nightingale," replacing his "Lewti" (pages -[ Creator Ainsworth, William Harrison, Call number Pforz MS Physical description 4 items Preferred Citation William Harrison Ainsworth manuscript material: 4 items, Carl H.
Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle, The New York Public Library. Ainsworth, William Harrison. See L. Ligocki Alderman, W. E., "Pope's Essay on Man and Shaftesbury's The Moralists," 40 Allgemeine Geschichte der Literatur des Mittelalters irn Abendlande bis zum Bcginne des XI.
Jahrhunderts, A. Ebert (rev), Allison, A. F., Thomas Dekker, c.a Bibliogra-phical Catalogue of the. Ainsworth, William Harrison, The Lancashire Witches: A Romance of Pendle Forest, illust. by John Gilbert (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML) Alan of Tewkesbury: Alani Prioris Cantuariensis Postea Abbatis Tewkesberiensis, Scripta Quae Extant (in Latin, with English preface; Oxford: J.
Parker, ), ed. by J. Giles (multiple. The Lancashire Witches by Ainsworth, William Harrison. Aegypan. Paperback. Used; Good. **Simply Brit** Shipped with Premium postal service within 24 hours from the UK with impressive delivery time.
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General Introduction Peter Garside 1. Scope and Procedure. This Bibliographical Survey, covering the years – inclusive, follows in the wake of The English Novel – A Bibliographical Survey of Prose Fiction Published in the British Isles, 2 vols.
(Oxford, ).Like that bibliography its entries are taken wherever possible from first-hand examination of. A case in point is William Clarke's "Three Courses and a Dessert," a book of racy stories containing droll and exquisite cuts by Cruikshank, after rude sketches by its author, who did Cruikshank the service of accusing him in "The Cigar" () of being stubbornly modest for half an hour.
Again, we owe to Cruikshank our knowledge of "The. William Harrison AINSWORTH () NOVELS. Auriol, or The Elixir of Life--TextHTMLBoscobel, or the Royal Oak--TextHTMLGuy Fawkes, or The Gunpowder Treason--HTMLJack Sheppard - A Romance--Text--HTMLThe Lancashire Witches -A Romance of Pendle Forest--Text--HTMLThe Leaguer of Lathom--HTMLOld Saint Paul's -A Tale of the Plague and.
This inspiring survey challenges conventional ways of viewing the Victorian es time maps and overviews of historical and social ers the relationship between the Victorian novel and historical, religious and bibliographic es short biographies of over forty Victorian authors, including Wilkie Collins, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, and.
A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS PUBLISHED BY METHUEN AND COMPANY: LONDON 36 ESSEX STREET W.C. Authors: Author Affiliations. A Catalogue of Books in English Later thanVol.
1 Forming a portion of the library of Robert Hoe by Various is a Project Gutenberg book, now on Github. - GITenberg/A-Catalogue-of-Books-in-English-Later-thanVolForming-a-portion-of-the-library-o__ Ainsworth, William Harrison (). - Auriol; or, The elixir of life.
The legendary history of the Cross: a series of 64 woodcuts from a Dutch book published by Veldener, AD Preface by S Baring-G. - London: T Fisher Unwin, - MS: Sabine Baring Gould Library of translations from select foreign lit.; vol.
- LEW 44 Author: Ian Maxted. AINSWORTH, W. Historical novels found their full flowering in the Victorian period. Many of them were bad, dull and/or inaccurate. That they were popular with the public is attested to by the condition in which they are usually found today.
The outstanding authors in the field were Harrison Ainsworth and G. James. Ainsworth says that her parents placed "high value on a good liberal arts education" and it was assumed that her and her sisters would go to college (O'Connell,). At age fifteen, Ainsworth read William McDougall's book entitled Character and the Conduct of Life, which led her to a career as a psychologist (O'Connell, ).
A CATALOGUE OF Messrs. Methuen's PUBLICATIONS Colonial Editions are published of all Messrs. Methuen's Novels issued at a price above 2s. 6d., and similar editions are published of some works of General Literature. These are marked in the Catalogue.
The Tower of London is a novel by William Harrison Ainsworth serially published in It is a historical romance that describes the history of Lady Jane Grey from her short-lived time as Queen of England to her execution.
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W. and Nodal, J. H. (ed.)—A Bibliographical List of. the works that have been published, or are known to exist. in MS., illustrative of the various dialects of English. E.D.S. BEDFORDSHIRE—CHESHIRE. Smith, John.—A Dictionary of Popular Names of the Plants.
which furnish the natural and acquired wants of man, in all.Published: William H. Whyte Jr., "The Executive's Problem: The Executive," Fortune, Januaryp. WITH: Two unidentified pen-and-ink drawings, x mm and x mm, both signed lower left, possibly unpublished, glue residue on verso of the smaller one.
Provenance: William Steig, the artist; by descent.