Henry Kingsley

Standard Name: Kingsley, Henry


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Education John Strange Winter
After this she completed her education at home. Although even in this context she says, I was not well educated, for I never would learn,
Bainton, George, editor. The Art of Authorship. J. Clarke.
she also described herself as having always been from...
Family and Intimate relationships Charlotte Chanter
Writers Charles and Henry Kingsley were CC 's brothers; she also had two other brothers, Gerald and George.
Family and Intimate relationships Fanny Kingsley
FK 's brother-in-law Henry Kingsley was a regular presence in life at Eversley from 1858, when he returned from Australia after a four-year failed attempt to earn his fortune in the gold fields. After this...
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Kingsley
The Kingsley family was famous for literary activity. Mary had two novelist uncles (her father's brothers) Henry Kingsley and the more eminent Charles Kingsley , who was also a clergyman.
Frank, Katherine. A Voyager Out: The Life of Mary Kingsley. Houghton Mifflin.
Family and Intimate relationships Lucas Malet
One of LM 's uncles was the novelist Henry Kingsley .
Who Was Who. A. and C. Black.
Intertextuality and Influence John Strange Winter
Relaying this account in his biography of JSW , Oliver Bainbridge wrote that she researched, along with the methods of Wilkie Collins, those of her other favourites including Charles Reade , Charles and Henry Kingsley
Residence Ada Cambridge
AC 's time in Australia is described in her autobiographical Thirty Years in Australia, which opens: I knew nothing whatever of Australia when I rashly consented to marry a young man who had irrevocably...
Textual Production Elspeth Huxley
EH thought a perfect precept for biography was voiced by Shakespeare 's Othello: nothing extenuate, nor set down ought in malice.
Nicholls, C. S. Elspeth Huxley. HarperCollins.
After publishing a life (that of Hugh, third Baron Delamere ) as her...


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