Kathleen Tillotson

Standard Name: Tillotson, Kathleen

Connections

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Family and Intimate relationships Harriett Mozley
As early as 1830 she had found some of his sermons unacceptably High Church.
Mozley, Dorothea, editor. Newman Family Letters. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1962.
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From then on their relationship was, writes literary historian Kathleen Tillotson , the clash of . . . two strong...
Instructor Jane Gardam
She was twelve when she overheard her English teacher telling her parents that she was clever, well ahead of the standard for her age. By this time she was attending Saltburn High School for Girls...
Literary responses Elizabeth Gaskell
Early twentieth-century critics represented EG as a thoroughly domestic and womanly woman—Lord David Cecil in Early Victorian Novelists described her as the typical Victorian woman: gentle, domestic, tactful, unintellectual, prone to tears, easily...
Literary responses Harriett Mozley
Critic Kathleen Tillotson gave a talk on the BBC Third Programme entitled Newman's Sister Harriett and The Fairy Bower. Neither this nor her essay published in 1965 produced any revival of scholarly interest in HM .
Tillotson, Kathleen, Geoffrey Tillotson, and Kathleen Tillotson. “Harriett Mozley”. Mid-Victorian Studies, Athlone Press, 1965, pp. 38 -48.
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Literary responses Harriett Mozley
HM 's brother John Henry (later famous as Cardinal Newman) said her first book had the fault of being too brilliant.
Tillotson, Kathleen, Geoffrey Tillotson, and Kathleen Tillotson. “Harriett Mozley”. Mid-Victorian Studies, Athlone Press, 1965, pp. 38 -48.
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It was read everywhere by both High and Low Church parties. Several...
Literary responses Harriett Mozley
A review in the Christian Remembrancer likened this novel to those of Jane Austen .
Mozley, Dorothea, editor. Newman Family Letters. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1962.
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More than a century later Kathleen Tillotson agreed that it confirms HM 's place in the Austen tradition.
Tillotson, Kathleen, Geoffrey Tillotson, and Kathleen Tillotson. “Harriett Mozley”. Mid-Victorian Studies, Athlone Press, 1965, pp. 38 -48.
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Textual Features Harriett Mozley
It takes up the fortunes of the same characters (with Grace Leslie again at its centre) six years later. Tillotson finds that it has more social comedy, more intricate moral interest than her first story...

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