2 edition of London heretics 1870-1914 found in the catalog.
London heretics 1870-1914
Warren Sylvester Smith
Includes bibliography (p299-307) and index.
|Statement||Warren Sylvester Smith.|
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|Pagination||xvii,319p.,p. of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||319|
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Warren Sylvester Smith, The London Heretics New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, xvii+ pp., $ Mr. Smith has written a useful, an interesting, and an indispen-sable book about the most salient aspect of the British intellectual scene for the. The London Heretics, Shaw, Wells, Morris, Besant, Stead, Tyrrell.
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The London Heretics, – London: Constable, E-mail Citation» Coverage of the secular movement is sparing in this book, but it is useful because it views the movement within a much wider culture of moral and ideological dissatisfaction.
For a balanced look, see SYLVIA CRANSTON, H. THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE & INFLUENCE OF HELENA BLAVATSKY (); WARREN SYLVESTER SMITH, THE LONDON HERETICSat () (“magnetism of the fifty-three year-old prophetess had nothing to do with attractiveness in the usual sense habitually untidy.
Several other works fill out the century: W. Smith’s The London Heretics, (Dodd, Mead, ) is excellent, as is David Tribe’s Years of Freethought (Elek, ). Charles Bradlaugh >The English freethinker and political agitator Charles Bradlaugh () >successfully struggled to secure the right of nonbelievers to take seats in >the House of Commons .
The son of a poor clerk, Charles Bradlaugh was born in London on Sept. 26, 84 See Smith, Warren Sylvester, The London heretics – (London, ).
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‘Bernard Shaw’s debt to John Bunyan.’. "THE MASTERS ARE CLOSE TO AN ISOLATED LODGE" THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY IN TASMANIA - KEVIN BOWD, infallible book. 2 Warren Sylvester Smith Heretics: The London Heretics (London ) particularly examines the.
Smith, ‘The London Heretics, – ’ (Constable, ) p. Irreligious Movements in Britain and America during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. In: Toward a Sociology of Irreligion. New Perspectives in Sociology. Palgrave, LondonCited by: 1. VG, hd & hl sl. Worn, pp.
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