Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books
" It is time for us to regard him as he really was, with all his physical and moral audacity, with all his tenderness and spiritual yearnings, in the world of action what Shakespeare was in the world of thought, the greatest because the most typical Englishman... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 131
1901
Full view - About this book

Annual Register

History - 1898
...(Longmans), whose influence he thus describes : " He is in the world of action what Shakespeare is in the world of thought, the greatest because the most typical Englishman of all time." Furthermore, Mr. Gardiner issued through the same firm his What the Gunpowder Plot was. with illustrations...
Full view - About this book

The Masters of Victorian Literature, 1837-1897

Richard D. Graham - Authors, English - 1897 - 494 pages
...concludes, 'it has fared as with ourselves. Royalists painted him as a devil. Carlyle painted him as a masterful saint who suited his peculiar Valhalla....Cromwell's place in history. He stands there, not to be implicitly followed as a model, 224 Victorian Literature but to hold up a mirror to ourselves, wherein...
Full view - About this book

Monthly Bulletin

1897
...is well-balanced and eminently just, though not identical with some oilier writers. " It is time tor us to regard him as he really was, with all his physical...the greatest, because the most typical, Englishman." — Dial. Humphreys, MG Catherine Schuyler. Through the position of her own famil.y and as the wife...
Full view - About this book

The Bookman, Volume 6

Book collecting - 1898
...what precedes. "It is time for us to regard him as he really was," he says at the end of the essay, " with all his physical and moral audacity, with all...most enduring sense is Cromwell's place in history." As there is no infallible dynamometer for measuring the strength of heroes, we ought not to quarrel...
Full view - About this book

Library of the World's Best Literature: Synopses of books. General index

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H. Warner, Edward Cornelius Towne - Literature - 1898
...Englishmen, in respect especially of both the powers of his mind and the grandeur of his character: «in the world of action what Shakespeare was in the...because the most typical Englishman of all time,» yet not «the masterful saint» .of Carlyle's «peculiar Valhalla.» It explains, but does not deny,...
Full view - About this book

The Cambrian, Volumes 18-19

Welsh - 1898
...understood that confidence had been really restored." CROMWELL. "1 t is time for us to regard him as in the world of action what Shakespeare was in the...because the most typical Englishman of all time." That is the judgment ot Dr. SR Gardiner on Oliver Cromwell. in an address delivered on the occasion...
Full view - About this book

The Citizen, Volumes 3-4

University extension - 1898
...may be traced somewhere or other in Cromwell's career. . . . It is time for us to regard him as he was, with all his physical and moral audacity, with...and spiritual yearnings, in the world of action what Shakspere was in the world of thought, the greatest because the most typical Englishman of all time....
Full view - About this book

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 139

History - 1898
...(Longmans), whose influence he thus describes : " He is in the world of action what Shakespeare is in the world of thought, the greatest because the most typical Englishman of all time." Furthermore, Mr. Gardiner issued through the same firm his What the Gunpowder Plot was, with illustrations...
Full view - About this book

The Annual Register, Volume 139

Edmund Burke - Books - 1898
...(Longmans), whose influence he thus describes : " He is in the world of action what Shakespeare is in the world of thought, the greatest because the most typical Englishman of all time." Furthermore, Mr. Gardiner issued through the same firm his 1)71181 the Gunpowder Plot was, with illustrations...
Full view - About this book

Source-book of English History: For the Use of Schools and Readers

Elizabeth Kimball Kendall - Great Britain - 1900 - 483 pages
...(London, 1691), IV, 477, 478. By OLIVER CROMWELL (1599-1658), soldier, statesman, practical idealist. " In the world of action what Shakespeare was in the...because the most typical Englishman of all time." Gardiner. — See Cromwell, Letters and Speeches; Gardiner, Cromwell's Place in History. The officer...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF