Biographical Study of A. W. Kinglake
An in-depth study of the life and works of English historian and travel writer, A. W. Kinglake. All facets of his life have been discussed in great detail; they also provide a vivid commentary on the social and political set-up of the time. Highly informative!
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
admiration afterwards Alma fight amongst army asked Athenaeum author of Eothen beauty Bismarck brother Cabinet Edition called campaign Carlyle Carrigaholt CHAPTER character Charles charm Church Crimea Crimean Czar dear death delightful dence desert despatch dine dinner Duke EasyRead Eliot Warburton Eltchi Emperor England English Eothen epigram Eton famous France French Froude gave general’s Gladstone Gladstone’s grace Greek Hayward historian Holy House husband Inkerman interest Kinglake Kinglake’s Kiréeff Lady Lady Gregory letters literary Lord Houghton Lord Lucan Lord Raglan Lord Stratford Louis Napoleon Madame Du Barry Madame Novikoff man’s ment Methley mind Miss narrative never Nicholas numbers once Pall Pall Mall Gazette Parliament passed passionate political Preface presence Prince Procter Quarterly refused Review Russian Servian Sir Robert speech talk Taunton tells Tennyson thought Todleben told Turks Ubi sunt voice volumes women words write wrote young