- Earthworm. North, William // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1993, Issue 31, p39
Presents the poem "Earthworm," by William North.
- When the Maid Recognized Peter. North, William // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1994, Issue 41, p8
Presents the poem "When the Maid Recognized Peter," by William North. First line: She knows a beyond a shadow; Last line: gnaws a hole in the dark.
- Reader Sheila Perino-Sapienza's Ancestral Journey Took Many Twists And Turns In The Quest To Learn More About The Family Of Her Great Grandfather William North. // Irish Roots;2015, Issue 95, p30
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being an Irish dealing on topics including the family of her great-grandfather William North, cornucopias, and Irish families.
- THE EDITOR'S PAGE ONE. // American Libraries;May79, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p224
Reports on developments in the field of library science in the U.S., as of May 1979. Complaint issued by associate director of the periodical 'American Libraries,' Lois Pearson against the transfer of books from U.S. libraries to bogus institutions; Incidences of library thefts; Criticism...
- Greetings from the Editor. Logan, Deborah A. // Victorian Newsletter;Spring2009, Issue 115, p4
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Patrick Scott on the uniqueness of William North's novel "The City of the Jugglers," Lanya Lamouria on Willam North's political and intellectual backgrounds and another by Rebecca Stern examining the political and...
- North versus North: William North (1825-1854) in Light of New Documentation. Life, Allan; Life, Page // Victorian Newsletter;Spring2009, Issue 115, p55
The article focuses on the life of Victorian author William North. It explores the characters in North's writings and how similar and different they are to his own. It examines the character of Dudley Mondel as the source of information on North's formal schooling and parents. It also explores...
- Introducing a "Lost" Victorian Novel: The Elusive William North and The City of the Jugglers (1850). Scott, Patrick // Victorian Newsletter;Spring2009, Issue 115, p6
A literary criticism of the book "The City of the Jugglers; or, Free-Trade in Souls," William North is presented. It outlines the characters and explores the central role of the media in the modern society. It examines the novel's theme of romance, politics and rights of the poor. It also...
- The (After) Life of William North among the New York Bohemians. Whitley, Edward; Weidman, Robert // Victorian Newsletter;Spring2009, Issue 115, p29
The article focuses on the professional life of William North, author of the book "The City of the Jugglers; or, Free-Trade in Souls." It explores North's early beginnings from leaving Great Britain for the U.S. in 1852. It examines his life as a student in a German university where he published...
- The City of the Jugglers and the Limits of Victorian Fiction. Stern, Rebecca // Victorian Newsletter;Spring2009, Issue 115, p46
A literary criticism of the book "The City of the Jugglers; or, Free-Trade in Souls" by William North is presented. It examines North's novel poses and the utilitarian function that manifests in British literature during the Victorian era. It explores the unconventionality in William North's...