Giuseppe Mazzini

Standard Name: Mazzini, Giuseppe
Used Form: Joseph Mazzini

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Dedications Mathilde Blind
The work was dedicated to Joseph Mazzini , the prophet, martyr, and hero . . . in undying gratitude and reverence.
Willett, Perry, and Perry Willett, editors. “Victorian Women Writers Project”. Indiana University.
prelims
She had known the Italian patriot from her youth.
Education Ethel Lilian Voynich
In 1879, while in Ireland for a family holiday, ELV read a book about Giuseppe Mazzini which instilled in her a general passion for revolutionary causes.
Kennedy, Gerry. The Booles & The Hintons: Two dynasties that helped shape the modern world. Cork University Press, 2016.
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MacHale, Desmond. The Life and Work of George Boole: A Prelude to the Digital Age. Cork University Press, 2014.
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Gray, Anne, and Pam Blevins. The World of Women in Classical Music. WordWorld Publications, 2007, pp. 876 -77.
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Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Ramm, Benjamin. The Irish novel that seduced the USSR.
Her ensuing frustration with the state...
Family and Intimate relationships Dorothy Bussy
DB 's youngest sister, Marjorie Colville (Gumbo) Strachey (1882-1964), was a teacher, suffragist, writer, and member of the group Woolf called the Neo-Pagans group (which included Rupert Brooke , Gwen Raverat , Ka Cox ...
Family and Intimate relationships Harriet Hamilton King
HHK was described by one observer as a delicate woman . . . noble-minded, red-haired and pre-Raphaelite-looking.
Howe, Mark Antony de Wolfe, editor. The Beacon Biographies of Eminent Americans. Small, Maynard, 1899.
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One source suggests that her family was in all likelihood pleased to accept almost any husband for...
Family and Intimate relationships Jessie White Mario
The groom spoke no almost no English. The couple had been engaged before their arrest, but most of their courtship played out by letter during their incarceration. Though Alberto shared his wife's commitment to the...
Friends, Associates Jane Welsh Carlyle
As his fame grew, Thomas was increasingly invited to the homes of London's political and intellectual elite, while Jane moved in her own social circle, which included Charles Dickens , John Forster , Giuseppe Mazzini
Friends, Associates Harriet Hamilton King
Harriet corresponded with Mazzini , Italian patriot and writer, from 1862, and they remained close until his death.
Armstrong, Isobel, Joseph Bristow, and Cath Sharrock, editors. Nineteenth-Century Women Poets. Clarendon Press, 1996.
The heroine in William Hale White 's novel Clara Hopgood (1896), who dies devoted to the fight...
Friends, Associates Harriet Hamilton King
On 16 August 1862 (the year after Italy achieved its independence, as a monarchy and not as the republic which the revolutionaries had envisaged), Harriet renewed her pledges of devotion to Mazzini and his political...
Friends, Associates Geraldine Jewsbury
GJ was also a friend, even before she settled in London, of Eliza Ashurst (a translator of George Sand ), whose father was a Radical, the originator of the Penny Post, and a friend...
Friends, Associates Mathilde Blind
The Blinds' home in England was frequented in the manner of a salon by others whom their political convictions had rendered refugees. The young MB was deeply influenced by contact with such people as Giuseppe Mazzini
Friends, Associates Jessie White Mario
While visiting Italy, JWM stayed with Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning at Casa Guidi. (Years later they had an unpleasant public debate over Italian politics.) She met Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon in Rome, beginning...
Friends, Associates Harriet Hamilton King
HHK met Giuseppe Garibaldi on his visit to England; on a different occasion this year she met another Italian nationalist whom she had passionately admired for years, Giuseppe Mazzini .
Ashton, Rosemary. George Eliot: A Life. Hamish Hamilton, 1996.
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Rudman, Harry William. Italian Nationalism and English Letters. AMS Press, 1966.
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Howe, Mark Antony de Wolfe, editor. The Beacon Biographies of Eminent Americans. Small, Maynard, 1899.
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Intertextuality and Influence Ethel Lilian Voynich
ELV 's many sources of inspiration for this novel were gathered over a long period of years. At the age of fifteen she came across a book about Giuseppe Mazzini which captured her imagination and...
Intertextuality and Influence George Eliot
Those aspects of the book which readers insisted on seeing separately as the Jewish element, as she herself called them, were the hardest for GE to write. She sought to naturalize the scholarly, Judaic...
Intertextuality and Influence Mary Augusta Ward
This book is a sympathetic defence of Italy (to which it is dedicated) and the fruits of the Risorgimento against those who seemed to MAWungenerous and unjust towards the struggling Italian State.
Ward, Mary Augusta. A Writer’s Recollections. Harper and Brothers, 1918.
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Mrs Browning

Timeline

22 June 1805
Giuseppe Mazzini , Italian patriot, was born at Genoa.
By June 1831
Giuseppe Mazzini founded the Young Italymovement.
1834
Mazzini and several hundred supporters planned an invasion of Savoy to overthrow the King of Piedmont.
1844
There was a public scandal over the British government's secret interception of the correspondence of Giuseppe Mazzini , then living in England as a political exile from Italy.
24 March 1848
King Charles Albert of Piedmont declared war on Austria; the outcome was his abdication.
January 1849
Radicals ascended to power in Rome (centre of the Papal States) and established a Roman Republic.
June 1849
The Italian revolution was suppressed in Rome, where armies of by now non-revolutionary France (sent to protect the Pope) besieged and reconquered the city.
January 1858
In an unsuccessful assassination attempt, Felice Orsini , a follower of Mazzini , threw a bomb at the carriage of Napoleon III and Eugénie as they made their way to the Opera House in Paris.
April 1860
Mazzini 's supporters instigated revolt among nationalists in Sicily.
10 March 1872
Italian patriot and revolutionary Giuseppe Mazzini died in Pisa.