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The life and times of Henry Crabb Robinson

Edith Julia Morley

The life and times of Henry Crabb Robinson

by Edith Julia Morley

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Published by J. M. Dent in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Robinson, Henry Crabb, -- 1775-1867

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Edith J. Morley.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, [3], 212 p.
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23334694M
    LC Control Number35010032

    make Henry Crabb Robinson one of the best connected of literary men. Though Crabb Robinson's busy life included accomplishments in a variety of non-literary pursuits - as a lawyer, as a foreign correspondent for the Times, and as a patron of University College, London - it was his literary friendships, as recorded in his celebrated diaries, that. Henry Crabb Robinson (), the noted diarist, traveler, and friend of nearly every important literary figure of the first half of the nineteenth century, considered the Wordsworths of Rydal Mount, along with their relations and friends in the Lake District, London, and in various other locations, as his most important social circle outside his own family.

    Author of Diary, reminiscences, and correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson.., Diary, reminiscences, and correspondence, Henry Crabb Robinson on books and their writers, Blake, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Lamb, etc, Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson, Barrister-at-Law, F.S.A, The London theatre , The diary, The correspondence of Henry Crabb Robinson . A fresh examination of the life-writings of Henry Crabb Robinson, which are now being prepared for a new edition, reveals new details about the lives and times of several writers considered "minor" in the 's, when Edith Morley prepared her monumental edition, Henry Crabb Robinson on Books and Their Writers (3 vols, ).Cited by: 1.

    Along with Hays’s surviving brothers, and at her own request, Henry Crabb Robinson was the only mourner at her funeral. Timothy Whelan is Professor of English at Georgia Southern University, and the creator, compiler, and maintainer of Mary Hays: Life, Writings, and Correspondence (from which all quotations are taken). Of many good books which a man may read, if he will, this Diary of Henry Crabb Robinson is one of the "sweetest and most fortifying." It is a fine illustration of literary : Leon H. Vincent.


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The Life and Times of Henry Crabb Robinson is intended as an introduction to the forthcoming volumes of selections from his diary and reminiscences which include all his references to contemporary English writers. Living in London fromRobinson practiced law as a barrister on the Norfolk circuit Henry Crabb Robinson, English man of letters whose voluminous diaries provide valuable information on life in the Romantic and early Victorian periods and give lively portraits of its literary personalities.

Two years after the death of Henry Crabb Robinson, in the yearthere were published three volumes of his Diary, Reminiscences and Correspondence.

The editor, Dr. Thomas Sadler, had done his work extremely well. A fresh examination of the life-writings of Henry Crabb Robinson, which are now being pre pared for a new edition, reveals new details about the lives and times of several writers considered "mi The life and times of Henry Crabb Robinson book in the 's, when Edith Morley prepared her monumental edition, Henry Crabb Robinson on Books and Their Writers (3 vols, ).1 Those volumes have.

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(page scan index vol. 1)Extracts from the Diary, Letters, and Reminiscences of Henry Crabb Robinson, reprinted in Symons, A. William Blake, Part II Records from contemporary sources. ; Blake, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Lamb, etc., being selections from the Remains of Henry Crabb.

Henry Crabb Robinson () was a prolific writer of ‘informal’ texts, such as diaries and private letters. Reflecting the resurgence of interest in such material among scholars and general readers, this editorial project aims to establish Robinson’s place in the canon of nineteenth-century literature.

The son of a tanner, Henry Crabb Robinson attended local schools until he began the study of law at the age of fifteen. His life changed when, at the. The two book-length biographies, Edith J. Morley’s The Life and Times of Henry Crabb Robinson (London: J.M.

Dent, ), and John Milton Baker, Henry Crabb Robinson of Bury, Jena, ‘The Times’ and Russell Square (), are very dated. Bibliography of Work on Robinson from Books at Dr Williams’s Library. Photograph by Jorge Esteveo.

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Courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London (–). The English man of letters Henry Crabb Robinson kept voluminous diaries that have provided valuable information on life in the early Romantic period and given lively portraits of a host of its literary personalities.

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Morley, Edith J.) Robinson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Crabb Robinson was a friend of Flaxman’s surviving executor, his sister-in-law and adopted daughter, Maria Denman, whom he encouraged to give the Flaxman casts and drawings to University College on the understanding that they would be kept together, a condition on which she insisted (Diaries of Henry Crabb Robinson, –, MSS Dr.

Through the kind permission of the Librarian of Dr. Williams's Library, where the Crabb Robinson MSS. are preserved, I am able to give, for the first time, an accurate and complete text of every reference to Blake in the Diary, Letters, and Reminiscences, which have hitherto been printed only in part, and with changes as well as omissions.

In.Blake, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Lamb, Etc., Being Selections from the Remains of Henry Crabb Robinson () The Life and Times of Henry Crabb Robinson () John Cunningham, – () Edith Morley, Before and After. Reminiscences of a Working Life, edited by Barbara Morris, foreword by Mary Beard (Reading: Two Rivers Press, )Born:United Kingdom.But think again: this new edition of Henry Crabb Robinson's philosophical writings on the revolution of thought in Germany offers striking evidence that the true answer is Robinson, who, as a young intellectual and aspiring man of letters, lived in Germany from to and studied for several semesters at Jena.