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The Forgotten Brother: Francis William Newman, Victorian Modernist, Kathleen Manwaring Apr 1988

The Forgotten Brother: Francis William Newman, Victorian Modernist, Kathleen Manwaring

The Courier

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.


In Search Of Nevil Shute, Julian Smith Oct 1971

In Search Of Nevil Shute, Julian Smith

The Courier

Because it contains much unpublished autobiographical material and early or variant drafts of his published fiction, the Nevil Shute Norway manuscript collection on microfilm at Syracuse University offers an unusually fine chance to study in depth a popular writer who brought pleasure to millions of readers through a career spanning three decades.

The essence of "Nevil Shute" is found most properly through his novels, not his life; therefore, the major emphasis here is on his fiction. But as his fiction grew out of his experiences and interests in a way not common among popular writers, a brief guide to his ...


Preliminary Calendar Of The Nevil Shute Norway Manuscripts Microfilm, Howard L. Applegate Oct 1971

Preliminary Calendar Of The Nevil Shute Norway Manuscripts Microfilm, Howard L. Applegate

The Courier

In 1971 Syracuse University Library made an agreement with the National Library of Australia, whereby the National Library microfilmed the complete manuscript collection of Nevil Shute Norway's papers in its possession and sent the microfilm to the Arents Library of Syracuse University. Syracuse makes this film available to responsible scholars with the understanding that users of the microfilm will cite the National Library of Australia as the repository owning the original manuscripts and will make all references to the numbering identification system prepared by the National Library.