Thomas Babington, first Baron Macaulay

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Standard Name: Macaulay, Thomas Babington,,, first Baron
Used Form: Lord Macaulay

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Education Winifred Peck
It was probably Mary A. Marzials ' anthology Gems of English Poetry which made poetry the only lesson the Knoxes disliked. Winifred felt that Hemans 's boy on the burning deck cut a poor figure...
Education Dora Greenwell
Thereafter, she taught herself, studying philosophy, Latin, German, Italian, French, political economy, and theology.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Dorling, William. Memoirs of Dora Greenwell. James Clarke, 1885.
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She was very well read and took a particular interest in the writings of Caroline Norton , Felicia Hemans
Education Virginia Woolf
Between 1 January and 30 June 1897, her reading included but was not limited to the following: Charlotte Brontë , Lady Barlow (a commentator on Charles Darwin ), Dinah Mulock Craik , George Eliot ,...
Friends, Associates Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton, first Baron Lytton
His friends included Benjamin Disraeli , Charles Dickens , John Forster , and Thomas Babington Macaulay . Later in life he conducted a long, mentoring friendship by letter with Mary Elizabeth Braddon . He also...
Friends, Associates Georgiana Chatterton
In Italy GC met one of her closest friends, Helen Selina Blackwood , Caroline Norton 's elder sister.
Dering, Edward Heneage, and Georgiana Chatterton. Memoirs of Georgiana, Lady Chatterton. Hurst and Blackett, 1878.
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Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
Back in England, she met and liked Walter Savage Landor .
Dering, Edward Heneage, and Georgiana Chatterton. Memoirs of Georgiana, Lady Chatterton. Hurst and Blackett, 1878.
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She moved and entertained...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Rigby
ER appeared in public as Mrs Eastlake for the first time at the house of Lady Davy , where she was introduced to Augusta Ada Byron (Byron's daughter) and to Thackeray . At London parties...
Friends, Associates Sara Coleridge
Friends, Associates Agnes Strickland
They began to build a network of literary friends and potential supporters: Thomas Campbell , Robert Southey , Charles Lamb , editor William Jerdan , and even more helpfully women like Barbara Hofland , Jane
Friends, Associates Lucie Duff Gordon
Friends of LDG 's parents included political radicals and commentators of the day, such as Bentham , theCarlyles , James Mill , Macaulay , and Sydney Smith . Her own childhood friends included her...
Friends, Associates Sarah Austin
The couple were also good friends with Thomas and Jane Carlyle . SA helped the Carlyles with their house-hunting in London,
Tarr, Rodger L. “’Let us burn our ships’: Carlyle, Sarah Austin, and House-Hunting in London”. Studies in Scottish Literature, edited by G. Ross Roy, University of South Carolina Press, 1987, pp. 91 -94.
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and introduced Thomas Carlyle to John Stuart Mill . Other friends included...
Friends, Associates Hannah More
Among her nineteenth-century visitors were Samuel Taylor Coleridge (brought by Joseph Cottle the Bristol bookseller),
Cottle, Joseph. Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey. Houlston and Stoneman, 1847.
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Algernon Knox (a precursor of late Victorian High Churchmanship), Anna Letitia Barbauld , Elizabeth Fry , and a goodly...
Intertextuality and Influence Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
In Through the Magic DoorSACD wrote of those authors whom he felt to have been his most important influences, including Froissart , Boswell , Walter Scott , Thomas Babington Macaulay , Carlyle , Melville
Literary responses Dorothy Osborne
DO 's sister-in-law Lady Giffard wrote that she often wished for Dorothy's love-letters to be published: I never saw any thing more extraordinary.
Temple, Sir William, and Martha, Lady Giffard. The Early Essays and Romances of Sir William Temple Bt. Smith, G. C. MooreEditor , Clarendon Press, 1930.
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When some of them first appeared, they were enthusiastically reviewed by...
Literary responses Dorothy Osborne
The first printing of DO letters in 1836 was well reviewed by Macaulay two years after it appeared. One recent literary-critical analysis is that of James Fitzmaurice and Martine Rey , Letters by Women in...
Literary responses Georgiana Chatterton
GC was already beginning her habit of sending out copies of her works to eminent literary men, who were usually polite enough to reply with the hoped-for tribute of praise. She sent a copy of...

Timeline

2 February 1835
Thomas Babington Macaulay published his Minute on Indian Education.
By 5 November 1842
Thomas Babington Macaulay , politician and historian, published his popular Lays of Ancient Rome.
1 April 1843
Thomas Babington Macaulay published Critical and Historical Essays.
About 9 December 1848
Thomas Babington Macaulay published the first two volumes of his History of England.
By 22 December 1855
Thomas Babington Macaulay published volumes III and IV of The History of England from the Accession of James the Second.
1861
The fifth and last volume of the History of England by Thomas Babington Macaulay was posthumously published, edited by his sister Hannah .
British Library Catalogue.
By 8 April 1876
Sir George Otto Trevelyan published The Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay.