Lindgren, C.E.
April 1994
Journal of Religion & Psychical Research;Apr94, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p83
Academic Journal
Part II. Examines scientific investigation and religious uncertainty from 1880 to 1900. Awareness by Victorians of the religious uncertainty in their times; Ambiguity of contemporary churches; High number of Victorian and Edwardian people who turned to spiritualism and psychical research in an effort to counter religious insecurity.


Related Articles

  • Maria Jane Jewsbury to Henry Jephson, M.D.: An Undiscovered Poetic Fragment. ROGERS, KATHLEEN BÉRES // Victorian Poetry;Winter2008, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p511 

    The essay discusses an introduction to a nature poem by Victorian poet Maria Jane Jewsbury which praises the poet's doctor, Henry Jephson, continuing a widespread Victorian custom of patient poems. It also highlights Jewsbury's conflict between worldly ambition and spiritual immortality. It...

  • THE CONDUCT OF SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY IN JANE EYRE. Merrett, Robert James // Renascence;Autumn1984, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p2 

    The article presents a critical analysis of the English 19th-century novel "Jane Eyre," by Charlotte Brontë, focusing on the religious aspects of the novel and title character. Topics addressed include discussion of the ways in which Brontë dramatizes the religious education of the...

  • Art History and the Nineteenth Century: Realism and Resistance. Shiff, Richard // Art Bulletin;Mar1988, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p25 

    Focuses on realism and resistance in art history and the nineteenth century. Description of the tensions that existed within the nineteenth-century art history; Factors that led to the emergence of the tensions; Identification of scholarly types of activities of art historians.

  • Introduction: 'Other Sensations'. Allan, Janice M. // Critical Survey;2011, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p1 

    An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses the state of scholarship in the field of sensational literature of the Victorian period and the ways in which the contributed articles engage with the topic.

  • Why Novels Make Bad Mothers. Jackson, Jessamyn // Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Winter94, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p161 

    Discusses the treatment of motherhood in novels at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Motherhood as a responsibility and a source of authority; Manipulation of women through the idealization of a mother's duties; Analogy between motherhood and authorship.

  • Melville Not as Shakespearean as Supposed. Tiffany, Grace // Shakespeare Newsletter;Fall2008, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p71 

    The article reviews the periodical "Nineteenth-Century Literature."

  • THE MUSIC-HALL COCKNEY: FLESH AND BLOOD, OR REPLICANT. Scott, Derek B. // Music & Letters;May2002, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p237 

    Discusses the representation phases of the Cockney in musical entertainment during the nineteenth century. Information on how to group the characterizing features of Sam Weller's language; Details on the Cockney as among the several character-types available to the music-hall performer;...

  • Contributors. PETERSON, LINDA H. // Victorian Review;Spring2012, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p245 

    The article presents brief biographical profiles of contributing authors to the Spring 2012 issue, including Sarah Bull, Anne Clendinning, and Ian Hesketh.

  • EDITORS' NOTE. Leighton, Mary Elizabeth; Mitchell, Judith; Surridge, Lisa // Victorian Review;Spring2012, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p7 

    An editorial introduction is presented for the Spring 2012 issue, highlighting its central focus on the global influence of Victorian era literature, congratulating winners of the journal's annual Hamilton Prize, and thanking the cooperating adjudicators for the competition.

  • Classical mythology and nineteenth-century english literature. Fowler; Haase, Robert L. // International Journal of the Classical Tradition;Winter99, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p335 

    The article introduces the articles in the winter 1999 issue, discussing classical mythology and nineteenth-century English literature, including contributions by Edith Hall, Roger Travis, and Clemence E. Schultze.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics