Charles Harold Herford

Standard Name: Herford, Charles Harold


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Reception Julia Wedgwood
The Moral Ideal was well received critically when it came out and gave JW some literary celebrity. In the wake of its success, her novels were reprinted, this time under her own name. C. H. Herford
Textual Production Julia Wedgwood
JW published in 1866 an essay on the life of Wesley which, according to C. H. Herford writing in 1915, was regarded by Wesleyans . . . as the best biography of him not composed...
Textual Production Julia Wedgwood
The standard work in its day, now fifty years old, had been Eliza Meteyard 's The Life of Josiah Wedgwood. JW ' friend C. H. Herford edited the book and added a memoir of the author.
Herford, Charles Harold, and Julia Wedgwood. “Frances Julia Wedgwood: A Memoir by the Editor”. The Personal Life of Josiah Wedgwood the Potter, Macmillan, 1915, p. xi - xxx.


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