Document Type

Article

Date

Spring 1988

Embargo Period

3-24-2011

Keywords

Syracuse University Special Collections, Francis William Newman Papers, John Henry Newman, Victorian Era, abolition

Language

English

Disciplines

European History | History | Literature in English, British Isles | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion

Description/Abstract

This article details the life and contributions to literature of the Victorian Era writer Francis William Newman. The article provides insight into his liberal views regarding abolition, women's rights, diet, and nationalization, as well as the tensions and creative differences with his famous brother and Cardinal, John Henry Newman.

Source

local input

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