The private life of Henry Maitland a portrait of George Gissing by Roberts, Morley

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Published by Richards Press in London .

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  • Gissing, George, -- 1857-1903

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StatementEdited, with an introd. by Morchard Bishop.
LC ClassificationsPR4717 .R6 1958
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Number of Pages253
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"The Private Life of Henry Maitland" () is the first extended biographical treatment of the late Victorian English novelist, George Gissing ( - ). The author, Morley Roberts, ( - ) had known Gissing since youth/5.

"The Private Life of Henry Maitland" () is the first extended biographical treatment of the late Victorian English novelist, George Gissing ( - ). The author, Morley Roberts, ( - ) had known Gissing since youth. Gissing today is known to a small but devoted group of readers and by: 9.

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New York, Hodder & Stoughton, George H. Found – the dedication copy of Morley Roberts ‘roman a clef’ The Private Life of Henry Maitland– a fictionalised biography of George Gissing (Maitland.)Clement Shorter, Edward Clodd and many others also turn up under disguised names. Although the book is fictional it gives a very good and authentic account of Gissing and his literary life and his circle.

The Private Life of Henry Maitland was published by Eveleigh Nash in Roberts revised it for a second edition, published by Nash & Grayson in A new edition, using the latter text, with notes by Morchand Bishop, was published by The Richards Press in Roberts died in This banner text can have markup.

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by Morley Roberts. Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. The metadata below describe the original scanning. Follow the All Files: HTTP link in the View the book box to the left to find XML files that contain more Pages: Of his novels, Rachel Marr () was highly praised by William Henry Hudson, and The Private Life of Henry Maitland (), based on the life of George Gissing the novelist, was one of his more important works.

Roberts also wrote essays, biography, drama and verse, and did some competent work in : Morley Roberts, Decem. George Robert Gissing (/ ˈ ɡ ɪ s ɪ ŋ /; 22 November – 28 December ) was an English novelist, who published 23 novels between and He also worked as a teacher and tutor throughout his life.

His best-known novels, which have reappeared in modern editions, include The private life of Henry Maitland book Nether World (), New Grub Street () and The Odd Women ().Born: George Robert Gissing, 22 November.

Gissing, The Private Life of Henry Maitland, his friend Morley Roberts commented: what a strange passion was his for London [especially for] the British Museum and its great library.

He wrote once to his doctor friend [Henry Hick]: “I dare not settle far from London, as it means ill-health to me to be out of reach of the literary ‘world. The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft, by George. Gissing. The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft, by book-room with its fine view across the valley of the Exe to Haldon, the host’s cordial, his life after little more than a lustrum of quiet contentment.

It had always been his wish. Directed by Alexander Korda. With Charles Laughton, Robert Donat, Franklin Dyall, Miles Mander. King Henry VIII marries five more times after his divorce from his first wife Catherine of Aragon/10(K). Renowned as a great scholar, teacher, and legal historian, Frederic William Maitland () advanced the cause of legal history, opposing the idea that legal history was law and not history, yet believing in the advantage of legal training.

Fifoot has written this biography of Maitland with care and devotion in a style that is lucid and eloquent. The Private Life of Henry VIII Charles Laughton gulps beer and chomps on mutton, in his first of many iconic screen roles, as King Henry VIII, the ultimate anti-husband.

Alexander Korda’s first major international success is a raucous, entertaining, even poignant peek into the boudoirs of the infamous king and his six : Henry VIII. Early life and education, – Frederic William Maitland was born at 53 Guilford Street, London inthe only son and second of three children of John Gorham Maitland and of Emma, daughter of John Frederic grandfather was Samuel Roffey nd's father was a barrister but, having little practice, became a civil servant, serving as secretary to Alma mater: Trinity College, Cambridge.

Morley Roberts Q Morley Roberts Morley Roberts Roberts,_Morley English novelist and short story writer, best known for his novel, The Private Life of Henry Maitland (based on the unhappy life of George Gissing the novelist), and his short stories, the sea yarns in especial.

The details of his frequently miserable private life — miserable largely because of Gissing's stunning capacity for self-punishment — have fascinated generations of readers ever since his friend Morley Roberts published the first biography, thinly disguised under the title The Private Life of Henry Maitland.

Henry is a very private person. Even on the set of Immortals, where everyone is caught up in the intense tribal life that is required for a cast making a battle-heavy action film, Henry was a bit elusive. “I have to say I still don’t know the guy too well, and it’s kind of strange.

I usually know more about people after I work with them. SHORTER NOTICES The Private Life of Henry VIII, by Greg Walker (London: I.B. Tauris, ; pp. Greg Walker has written a fascinating, accessible and well-documented analysis of a key British film.

The Private Life of Henry VIII () is one of the most significant films of the s, not only for its unexpected worldwide box-office success, but also, and less. The Books in My Life - Henry Miller Henry Miller is brilliant.

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Alexander Korda's masterpiece "The Private Life of Henry VIII" was arguably the most important British film of the pre-war period and a phenomenal, critical and box-office success. Greg Walker's accessible and thoroughly researched book examines the film itself, its makers and its place in the cinematic and cultural history of the period.

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The outcome of that speech was the mission throughout all England of 'barons,' 'legates' or 'justices' charged with the duty of. Book II The Doctrines of English Law in the Early Middle Ages Chapter I.

Tenure, pp. – Arrangement of this book, The medieval scheme of law, The modern scheme, Our own course, § 1. Tenure in General, pp. – Derivative and dependent tenure, Universality of dependent. Roberts knew Gissing during the years of grinding poverty in the s and s; he wrote a fictionalized account of Gissing's life,The Private Life of Henry Maitland ().

With, loosely inserted: Autograph Letter, signed, from Roberts, on Authors' Club letterhead, 28 Juneto F.L. Pleadwell, American naval medical officer, editor, and.

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