Out of Due Time: Wilfrid Ward and the Dublin Review

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CUA Press, Feb 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 329 pages
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Wilfrid Ward (1856-1916), the great biographer of Cardinal Newman, wasa leading Catholic voice in English society during the early twentiethcentury. Friend to many of its major intellectual figures and a frequentwriter in its most prestigious journals, he was also the editor of theDublin Review, the leading Catholic journal in the English speakingworld. Founded by Daniel O'Connell and Nicholas Wiseman in 1836, theDublin Review was edited by Ward from 1906 to 1916, and under hisguidance it entered its golden age, attracting the best of England'sCatholic writers and much attention outside the household of faith.
  

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Contents

1 The Intellectual Politician
1
2 English Catholicism and the Dublin Review
29
3 Transcendence Revelation and Immanence
57
4 Politics
91
5 Society
121
6 Literature
168
7 Ireland
205
8 Foreign Affairs
226
9 The Great War
260
10 Conclusion
289
Contents of the Dublin Review January 1906April 1916
295
Select Bibliography
309
Index
325
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Paschal Scotti is a teacher in the Portsmouth Abbey School and chairman of the Christian Doctrine Department.

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