Charles Wentworth Dilke

Standard Name: Dilke, Charles Wentworth

Connections

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Literary responses Harriet Martineau
The Athenæum's editor, Charles Wentworth Dilke , commissioned a reply that was attributed to the president of the Royal College of Surgeons , Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie . The response argued that HM was...
Publishing Harriet Martineau
After a skirmish with Dilke over whether the Athenæum could claim copyright on the letters, HM , who had accepted no payment from him, published them in book form with Moxon .
Martineau, Harriet, and Gaby Weiner. Harriet Martineau’s Autobiography. Virago, 1983.
2: 197
Reception Catherine Gore
In her preface she notes that these stories were written before these Reform Bill,
Copeland, Edward. “Virgin Sacrifice: Elizabeth Bennet After Jane Austen”. Persuasions, pp. 156 - 74.
203-4
and argues that silver-fork or fashionable novels have a value for the successful exposure of vices and follies daily and...

Timeline

2 January 1828
The first issue of the Athenæum, founded by James Silk Buckingham , appeared.
As early as 1885
Octavia Hill gave evidence to the Royal Commission on the Housing of the Working Classes.