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The silent revolution and the making of Victorian England / Herbert Schlossberg.

By: Schlossberg, Herbert.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Columbus : Ohio State University Press, ©2000Description: x, 405 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Silent revolution and the making of Victorian England.DDC classification: 941.081 Other classification: 15.70 | NN 7500 | NP 5700
Contents:
Introduction: The Victorian Period in the Minds of Its Successors Georgian Slide: Decadence in Eighteenth-Century England First Bounce: Eighteenth-Century Origins of the Revival Odyssey of the Anglican Evangelicals Oxford and the Search for the Ancient Catholic Vision School, Church, and Society: Dr. Arnold's Quest for Renewal Recovery of Belief and the Rejection of Establishment: Dissent Prophets: Coleridge, Carlyle, and the Secular Influence of Religion What Shall Be Done About the Condition of England? What Accord Hath Christ with Belial? Christians and Atheists Together Conversion of English Culture Conversion of English Morality and Mode of Life Conversion of English Institutions A New Nation for a New Queen
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 315-393) and index.

Introduction: The Victorian Period in the Minds of Its Successors 1 -- I Georgian Slide: Decadence in Eighteenth-Century England 13 -- II First Bounce: Eighteenth-Century Origins of the Revival 28 -- III Odyssey of the Anglican Evangelicals 47 -- IV Oxford and the Search for the Ancient Catholic Vision 79 -- V School, Church, and Society: Dr. Arnold's Quest for Renewal 104 -- VI Recovery of Belief and the Rejection of Establishment: Dissent 120 -- VII Prophets: Coleridge, Carlyle, and the Secular Influence of Religion 135 -- VIII What Shall Be Done About the Condition of England? 156 -- IX What Accord Hath Christ with Belial? Christians and Atheists Together 186 -- X Conversion of English Culture 204 -- XI Conversion of English Morality and Mode of Life 229 -- XII Conversion of English Institutions 251 -- XIII A New Nation for a New Queen 286.

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