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The New Review - Vol I - June to December 1889

£14.99

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This is volume I of The New Review consisting of all the monthly issues published from June 1889 to December 1889.

The New Review was an influential avant-garde magazine that was unusual because it appealed both to conservative MPs and literary intellectuals, and championed 'uncommercial' writers. Modern critics have described it as an early modernist 'little magazine' in mid-Victorian clothing.

The monthly issues in this volume, together with an indication of content, are:

** No 1 - June 1889
- General Boulanger - I - His Case
- General Boulanger - II - His Impeachment
- After the Play
- The Homes of the People
- National Muscle
- The Religion of Self-Respect
- The Unionist Policy for Ireland
- A Month in Russia

** No 2 - July 1889
- The Shah
- Matthew Arnold
- The Eight Hours' Movement
- Talk and Talkers of To-day
- The South African Problem - No I
- The South African Problem - No II
- The Eiffel Tower
- The Greyfriars
- Three Types of Womanhood

** No 3 - August 1889
- The Relations Between France and Russia since 1871
- Matthew Arnold - Part II
- Talk and Talkers of To-day
- The German Emperor - I
- The German Emperor - II
- Eight Hours the Maximum Working Day
- Mythology and the Old Testament
- The New Treasure-Hunt
- Electric Lighting

** No 4 - September 1899
- The Armenian Question
- A Century of French Art at the Paris Exhibition
- The Progress of Co-operation - I - In England
- The Progress of Co-operation - II - In France
- Pitt and Talleyrand in 1792
- The Dying Drama
- The French Elections - I
- Thomson's Travels in Morocco
- Wrestling in Japan

** No 5 - October 1889
- The Throstle
- The Great Strike - I
- The Great Strike - II
- The New Journalism
- Weak Points in our Indian Frontier
- A Bird's-Eye View of Oporto
- Whitechapel
- The Shah's Impressions of Europe
- Commerce and War
- In the Old Muniment Room of Wollaton Hall

** No 6 - November 1889
- Rabies - I
- Anonymity?
- Why Italy Belongs to the Triple Alliance
- The Truth About "The Dead Heart" and "A Tale of Two Cities"
- The New Method in Electioneering
- The Bye-Elections
- Loyalty, Old and New
- Studies in Character
- Our Southern Railways - I
- Suburban Allotments and Dwellings

** No 7 - December 1889
- The Station-Master of Lone Prairie
- Mr Morley and the New Radicalism - I
- Mr Morley and the New Radicalism - II
- Rabies - II
- The Old Muniment Room of Wollaton Hall - II
- How I Directed a Lord Mayor's Show
- About Ireland
- The Solution - In Three Parts - Part I
- What to Do with our Old People

The book has blue cloth covers with gilt text on the spine. The edges of the pages are speckled.

There is some bumping and rubbing to the covers and spine of the book. There is tanning to the front and rear free end papers and very light foxing to a very few of the pages. Some pencil notes have written on the inside of the front cover. Inside the pages are clean and the binding is firm.

Item details

Author(s):
Grove, Archibald (editor)
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
9.25" by 6"
Edition:
Vol I, 1889
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
704
Publisher:
Longmans, Green & Co
Title:
The New Review - Vol I - June to December 1889

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This is volume I of The New Review consisting of all the monthly issues published from June 1889 to December 1889.

The New Review was an influential avant-garde magazine that was unusual because it appealed both to conservative MPs and literary intellectuals, and championed 'uncommercial' writers. Modern critics have described it as an early modernist 'little magazine' in mid-Victorian clothing.

The monthly issues in this volume, together with an indication of content, are:

** No 1 - June 1889
- General Boulanger - I - His Case
- General Boulanger - II - His Impeachment
- After the Play
- The Homes of the People
- National Muscle
- The Religion of Self-Respect
- The Unionist Policy for Ireland
- A Month in Russia

** No 2 - July 1889
- The Shah
- Matthew Arnold
- The Eight Hours' Movement
- Talk and Talkers of To-day
- The South African Problem - No I
- The South African Problem - No II
- The Eiffel Tower
- The Greyfriars
- Three Types of Womanhood

** No 3 - August 1889
- The Relations Between France and Russia since 1871
- Matthew Arnold - Part II
- Talk and Talkers of To-day
- The German Emperor - I
- The German Emperor - II
- Eight Hours the Maximum Working Day
- Mythology and the Old Testament
- The New Treasure-Hunt
- Electric Lighting

** No 4 - September 1899
- The Armenian Question
- A Century of French Art at the Paris Exhibition
- The Progress of Co-operation - I - In England
- The Progress of Co-operation - II - In France
- Pitt and Talleyrand in 1792
- The Dying Drama
- The French Elections - I
- Thomson's Travels in Morocco
- Wrestling in Japan

** No 5 - October 1889
- The Throstle
- The Great Strike - I
- The Great Strike - II
- The New Journalism
- Weak Points in our Indian Frontier
- A Bird's-Eye View of Oporto
- Whitechapel
- The Shah's Impressions of Europe
- Commerce and War
- In the Old Muniment Room of Wollaton Hall

** No 6 - November 1889
- Rabies - I
- Anonymity?
- Why Italy Belongs to the Triple Alliance
- The Truth About "The Dead Heart" and "A Tale of Two Cities"
- The New Method in Electioneering
- The Bye-Elections
- Loyalty, Old and New
- Studies in Character
- Our Southern Railways - I
- Suburban Allotments and Dwellings

** No 7 - December 1889
- The Station-Master of Lone Prairie
- Mr Morley and the New Radicalism - I
- Mr Morley and the New Radicalism - II
- Rabies - II
- The Old Muniment Room of Wollaton Hall - II
- How I Directed a Lord Mayor's Show
- About Ireland
- The Solution - In Three Parts - Part I
- What to Do with our Old People

The book has blue cloth covers with gilt text on the spine. The edges of the pages are speckled.

There is some bumping and rubbing to the covers and spine of the book. There is tanning to the front and rear free end papers and very light foxing to a very few of the pages. Some pencil notes have written on the inside of the front cover. Inside the pages are clean and the binding is firm.

Author(s):
Grove, Archibald (editor)
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
9.25" by 6"
Edition:
Vol I, 1889
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
704
Publisher:
Longmans, Green & Co
Title:
The New Review - Vol I - June to December 1889

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