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Very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) 126pp. ISBN 0233955852 In these essays the author analyzes and compares the different values, conflicts of conscience and attitudes to life--liberalism and stoicism, pessimism and intellectual gaiety--of leading late Victorian writers and thinkers: Charles Kingsley, Tennyson, Matthew Arnold, W. E. Henley, George Eliot, Housman, Kipling, Conrad, Oscar Wilde, James Thomson, Butler, Hardy, William Hale White.
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