9781851969517

Conservatism and the Quarterly Review: A Critical Analysis

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  • ISBN13:

    9781851969517

  • ISBN10:

    1851969519

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2007-10-01
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

This monograph is the first of two related titles about The Quarterly Review in Pickering & Chatto?s series The History of the Book. It draws together a collection of scholarlyessays which illustrate the complexity of the early nineteenth-century conservative publishing milieu.The Quarterly Review was launched in March 1809 by a consortium of powerful conservative politiciansand literary men, including George Canning and Walter Scott. In its time, The Quarterly Review was thoughtto closely reflect government policy. However, the essays in this volume reveal that The Quarterly Review was onconsistent in its support of government positions and the journal reflected disagreement over a broad range of religious, economic, and political issues.

Table of Contents

Plotting the success of the Quarterly reviewp. 19
'Sardonic grins' and 'paranoid politics' : religion, economics, and public policy in the Quarterly reviewp. 41
A plurality of voices in the Quarterly reviewp. 61
Politics, culture, and scholarship : classics in the Quarterly reviewp. 87
Walter Scott and the Quarterly reviewp. 107
John Barrow, the Quarterly review's imperial reviewerp. 133
Hung, drawn and quarterleyed : Robert Southey, poetry, poets and the Quarterly reviewp. 151
Robert Southey's contribution to the Quarterly reviewp. 165
List of lettersp. 179
Transcription of key lettersp. 189
Notesp. 217
Works citedp. 259
Indexp. 271
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