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Gladstone and Liberalism.
Paying close attention to literary and biographical details, the book also sheds new light on Tennyson's poetry, George Eliot's fiction, the founding of the Royal College of Music, the Gladstone family, and a broad plane of wider British culture, including political liberalism and women, sociability, social theology, and aesthetic by: 2. William Ewart Gladstone () was the outstanding statesman of the Victorian age. He was an MP for over sixty years, a long serving and exceptional Chancellor of the Exchequer and four times Prime Minister. As the leader of the Liberal party over three decades, he .
Readers who are acquainted only with Gladstone's political activities will know how much they were affected by his religious beliefs, and they will also have formed an idea of Gladstone's Liberalism. In this book we can, firstly, trace in detail the progress of Gladstone's religious thought, culminating in due course in a remarkable combination 5/5(2). In the former home of William Gladstone, Phyllis Weliver draws from her forthcoming book Mary Gladstone and the Victorian Salon, Music, Literature, Liberalism to talk about Gladstone’s daughter and her circle, revealing how she acted as a leader in the musical community, in literature and, in the process, assisted political aspects of her father's work.
Abstract. The exuberant energy of the –74 ministry marked the heady flush of Gladstonian Liberalism in power. The extensive legislative achievement of this government indicated the broad sweep of opinion and powerful reforming impetus embraced within Author: Angus Hawkins. In , the portrait of William Ewart Gladstone by Frank Holl, an artist who enjoyed great fame as a society portraitist, was a much talked about exhibit. 1 Gladstone, a Liberal politician and four times prime minister of the United Kingdom, had a considerable impact on the visual arts in Britain. 2 A fine art collector himself, he was also.
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Gladstone and liberalism. London: English Universities Press,(OCoLC) Named Person: W E Gladstone; W E Gladstone: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J L Hammond; M R D Foot.
Read this book on Questia. When Gladstone died in it was universally recognised that he had been the leading figure of the nineteenth century in the history of Liberalism, not only in Great Britain but in Europe.
Gladstone and Liberalism by J.L. And Foot M.R.D. Hammond and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at William Ewart Gladstone, statesman and four-time prime minister of Great Britain (–74, –85,–94). Gladstone was of purely Scottish descent. His father, John, made himself a merchant prince and was a member of Parliament (–27).
Gladstone was sent to Eton, where he did not. Gladstone and liberalism. New York: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Named Person: W E Gladstone; W E Gladstone: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J L Hammond; M R D Foot.
Readers who are acquainted only with Gladstone's political activities will know how much these were affected by his religious beliefs, and they will alos have formed an idea of Gladstone's Liberalism.
In this book we can, firstly, trace in detail the progress of Gladstone's religious thought, culminating in due course in the remarkable Cited by: 1. Readers who are acquainted only with Gladstone's political activities will know how much these were affected by his religious beliefs, and they will alos have formed an idea of Gladstone's Liberalism.
In this book we can, firstly, trace in detail the progress of Gladstone's religious thought, culminating in due course in the remarkable 5/5(1). Gladstonian Liberalism.
Few statesmen left a deeper and more permanent mark on British Liberalism than William Ewart Gladstone (). What secured a unique place for him in the history of Liberalism was not simply the fact that he was Prime Minister four times (,and ), having previously served as Chancellor of the.
Mary Gladstone and the Victorian Salon: Music, Literature, Liberalism is the first book-length study of music and liberalism, of any period or place. Until now, statesmen and men of letters have been the focus of books about high Victorian liberals; my monograph presents how top-drawer music-making, led by a particularly prominent woman, interacts with this known.
Gladstone was Prime Minister four times:, and His first ministry began with a series of reforms generally held to have been based on the precepts of 'Gladstonian Liberalism'. During the second ministry, however, the reforming impetus within Britain : Stephen J.
Lee. • Liberalism: The Life of an Idea by Edmund Fawcett (University Press Group, £). To order a copy for £ go to or call Free UK p&p over £10 Author: Jeremy Waldron.
Both the introduction and the book itself conclude with what must be Professor Shannon’s most striking claim: the tragedy of Gladstone’s Home Rule plan was not that its failure fatally alienated Ireland, but rather that his stubborn, God-driven unwillingness to accept something less proved a catastrophe to both the Liberal Party and to.
Despite the nomenclature, Victorian salons interconnected music, literature, politics, and liberalism. Weliver explains in the introduction that liberalism in the context of this book is behavioral rather than political, and that Mary Gladstone and members of her inner circle supported the arts as a way to advance liberal ideas.
This chapter examines the characteristics of the first Gladstone government. It suggests a way of classifying the most significant projects pursued by Liberals between and It then explores the tensions between these different Liberal ideals, and their contribution to the difficulties that the government faced from It also suggests that these tensions were Author: Jonathan Parry.
This chapter examines the reasons why Gladstone took up Homeric studies and attempts to bring out the significance of the substantial shift in his views.
One reason for Gladstone's study of Homer is that the task provided a diversion from politics, a way of spending spare time profitably. A second explanation of his dedication to Homer is that he was eager to attack the opinions of Author: David Bebbington. Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. William Ewart Gladstone was born on 29 December in Liverpool, the son of a prosperous merchant.
He was educated at Eton and Oxford University and was elected to parliament in. At a similar level of generalisation, Gladstone and most Liberal high churchmen, nonconformists and religious radicals shared a different conception of ‘liberty’.
For them, the overriding political and religious problem was the corruption inherent in the exercise of authority.
Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Hammond, J. : Foot ioned. Still a timeless classic in the liberal tradition.
Hobhouse conveys, very succinctly, the importance of a liberal ideology that does not turn its back on social responsibility. Although straightforward, the text is multi-textured with enough subtlety to draw students into a discussion of deeper.
issues associated with liberal thought and practice. Product Information. To restore Gladstone to his proper context in that world on the other side of the looking glass, the political world of 'old' or classical liberalism, to set forth what he hoped to achieve, how well he achieved it, and in what respects it was worth achieving--.
He was an MP for over sixty years, a long serving and exceptional Chancellor of the Exchequer and four times Prime Minister.
As the leader of the Liberal party over three decades, he personified the values and policies of later Victorian Liberalism.
Gladstone, however, was always more than just a : Roland Quinault.The Origin of 'Liberalism' repeatedly using “liberal” in a political way, notably in a book published in William Gladstone, the party’s leader, served four terms as prime Author: Daniel B.