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INDEX
Abbey, Edwin, 319
Abbott, Evelyn, 209–12, 225
Academy, 178, 239, 286
Adcock, A. St John, 7
Addison, Joseph, 21
Agabeg, Josephine, 255, 288, 313
Albani, Emma, 256
Alderley Edge, see Lindow Grove School
Alderley and Wilmslow Advertiser, 57, 76
Alliance, 120
Anderson, Charles, 291–2
Anderson, Mary, in Tragedy and Comedy (W.
S. Gilbert), 226
Andronlis, Mr, 72
Anstey, F., 282
Vice Versa, 282
A Fallen Idol, 282
Apcar family, 246
Appletons’ Journal, 119–20, 162
Arnold, Matthew, 21, 68, 124, 177, 277, 291
Arnold, Tomas, 145
Athenæum, 169, 185, 211, 239, 253, 274,
286–7
Atlantic Monthly, 106, 108
Atley, James, Bishop of Hereford, 267, 300
Austen, Jane, 224
Bacon, Francis, 124
Bainton, George, Te Art of Authorship, 321
Balzac, Honoré de, 124, 237, 243
La Comédie Humaine, 124
L’Histoire des Treize, 124
Banks, William Stott, and Susannah, née
Hick, 17, 20, 34, 43, 49, 65
Dorothy (daughter), 29
Baring-Gould, Sabine, 41, 310
Barker, Tomas, 53
Barlow, Lady, 255
Barnes, Martha McCulloch, 114–15
Baseley, Catherine, see Gissing, Catherine
Baseley, James Bennett and his family, 254,
296
Beaumont and Fletcher, 124
Bedford, Ann, and her brother Michael
Russell, 54
Bedford and Russell families, 14, 26
Bedford, Margaret, see Gissing, Margaret,
née Bedford
Bedford, Mary, and her brother Tom, 26,
153, 296, 318–19
Beesly, Edward Spencer, 182
Benington, Henry, 18, 54, 65, 94
Bentham, George, 20
Bentley, George, 124, 178, 205, 208–17,
224, 226–9, 243–5, 262, 268, 280–1,
290, 296, 299, 300
Bernhardt, Sarah, in Frou-Frou (Meilhac and
Halévy), 200
in Fédora (Victorien Sardou), 271
Bertz, Eduard, 29, 105, 142–3, 147–8,
152, 155–6, 159, 168, 172–3, 176–7,
180, 185, 188, 193–4, 196, 206, 214,
218–19, 227, 265, 282, 288
Te French Prisoners, 219, 265
Montesquieu’s Lettres Persanes, 265
Besant, Annie, 148, 178, 313
Besant, Walter, 205, 229, 311
All in a Garden Fair, 229
Bigler, C., 61, 138
Binks, John and Isobel, née Benington, 18,
34, 43, 48–9, 51, 54, 94, 217
Bismarck, 18, 147
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Black, John George, and Ellen, née Smith,
84–7, 90–1, 199–200, 203–5, 218,
227
Black, William, 161
Macleod of Dare, 253
Te Strange Adventures of a House-Boat,
314
Blackburne, Professor, 47
Blackmore, R. D., 161
Blackmore, Stephen and Elizabeth, 284
Blackwell, Dr Elizabeth, 101
Blomefeld, Francis, An Essay towards a
Topographical History of the County of
Norfolk, 12, 154
Bookman (London), 278
Bookseller, 287
Booth, Charles, 138, 150, 231
Descriptive Map of London Poverty, 138
Borchardt, Dr Louis, 95, 113, 132, 158
Boston Evening Transcript, 111
Boston Herald, 108
Bourget, Paul, 310
Bowes, Arthur, 56, 59, 70–72, 74–5
Braddon, M. E., 163, 191
Bradlaugh, Charles, 145, 148, 167, 173, 178
Bradley, Dr George Granville, and his
daughters Rose Marian and Emily Ten-
nyson, 292–3, 300
Briggs, Isaac, and Isaac Jr, 228, 260
Brontë sisters, 21, 64–5, 300
Ann, 8, 21
Charlotte, 8, 21, 220, 289, 291
Villette, 289
Brook, Cliford, George Gissing and Wake-
feld, 47
Broughton, Rhoda, 169, 244
Second Toughts, 304
Brown, Miss, 303–4
Browne, Sir Tomas, 78, 168, 206
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 289
Browning, Robert, 8, 21, 282, 292
Te Ring and the Book, 283
Selections, 316
Bruce, Samuel and Lucy, 17, 19–20, 34, 40,
43, 49–51, 54, 94, 201, 217, 222, 228,
254–5, 296
Bucalossi, Procida and Ernest, 249–50
Buchanan, Robert William, In Stormy
Waters, 253
Buckle, Henry Tomas, 145
Bullen, Arthur Henry, 179
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward, Alice or the Myster-
ies, 224
Bunyan, John, Te Pilgrim’s Progress, 318
Burnand, Francis, Gaiety Burlesques, 251
Burns, John, 266, 313
Burns, Robert, 21, 39, 64, 78, 106, 179
Byron, Lord, 21, 64, 305
Childe Harold, 263
Caesar, 198
Caine, Hall, Te Deemster, 304
Carlyle, Tomas, 62, 103, 130, 186, 205,
214
Latter-Day Pamphlets, 186
Sartor Resartus, 316
Carter, Dora, 318
Carter, Mary E., 296, 311
Mrs Severn, 296
Catullus, 204
Cellini, Benvenuto, Autobiography, 206
Cervantes, Miguel, 259
Chaplin, J. L., 53
Chapman, Frederic, of Chapman and Hall,
213, 224–5, 229, 236, 243, 254–6,
258–9, 261–3, 268–70, 277, 281
Chatto and Windus, 156, 159, 205, 224,
244
Chaucer, Geofrey, 74, 163
Chicago Daily News, 118, 119
Chicago Evening Journal, 118, 119
Chicago Post, 119
Chicago Tribune, 116–17, 119, 197
Chicago Tribune Saturday Supple-
ment,117, 118
Child, Francis J., 94, 104
Cicero, 111, 198
De Of ciis, 135
Clarke, James Freeman, Ten Great Religions
of the World, 146
Cliford, Frederick, 287
Clodd, Edward, 6, 222, 291–2
Memories, 291
Clowes, William, 211, 244
Cobbett, William, Legacy to Parsons, 21
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Coleridge, S. T., 21
Collet, Clara, 9, 113, 126
Collins, Wilkie, 156, 161, 205
Commonwealth (Boston), 107, 116
Comte, Auguste, 138, 145, 172–3, 181, 183,
186, 208, 238, 271
Système de politique positive, 176
Conway, Moncure, 173
Corelli, Marie, Romance of Two Worlds, 304
Cornhill Magazine, 28, 139, 215, 263,
268–9, 280, 290, 297, 313, 315
Court Circular and Court News, 178
Coward, Annie, and George Mattison Cow-
ard, 207–8, 227
Cowper, William, 21
Crabbe, George, 318
Crackanthorpe, formerly Cookson, Mon-
tague, Hubert and Dayrell, 242
Crane, Lucy, Art and the Formation of Taste:
Six Lectures, 265
Creswick, Tomas, 38, 223
Crum, Jane Ewing, 315
Curtis, Bella, and her family, 309
Curtius, Ernst, History of Greece, 146
Daily Courier (Liverpool), 127
Daily News, 182, 186, 214, 239, 266, 273
Dante, La Divina Commedia, 257, 259, 265
Darwin, Charles, 145, 167
Daudet, Alphonse, 310, 313
L’Immortel, 314, 316
Davies, John Llewelyn and Mary, 292, 294
Margaret (daughter), 292
Delany, Paul, 91
Dennis, Richard, 97
De Quincey, Tomas, 21, 35, 223, 284
Te Confessions of an English Opium-
Eater, 239
Desprez, Franz, Mock Turtles, 214
Deutsches Balladenbuch, 154
Dickens, Charles, 1, 37, 39, 64, 74, 92, 97,
129–30, 153, 157, 160, 163, 234, 237,
259, 283, 302
A Child’s History of England, 39
Little Dorrit, 39
Te Old Curiosity Shop, 39
Oliver Twist, 212
Our Mutual Friend, 39
Dicks, John, 162
Dilke, Mrs Ashton, Women’s Sufrage, 322
Dircks, Rudolph, Retaliation, 218
Dinglewood Magazine, 60, 63
Dispatch, 145
Disraeli, Benjamin, Lord Beaconsfeld,
133–4
Coningsby, 21
Dolbey, Tomas Hamer, 153
Dostoievsky, Fedor, 301, 310, 314
Crime and Punishment, 301
Dougan, Tomas Wilson, 73, 96
Doyle, Sir Francis, 222
Draper, J. W., History of the Confict between
Religion and Science, 146
Dumas, Alexandre, 121, 124, 237
du Maurier, George, 123, 222
Dürer, Albrecht, 37, 245
Eastmead, J. S., 46
Echo, 146, 156
Eckermann, Johann, Conversations with
Goethe, 190
Edgett, Edwin Francis, 110
Edmonds, Elizabeth, née Bedford (‘aunt
Lizzy/Lizzie’), 15, 26, 174
Russell Edward (son), 174
Eliot, George, 4, 26, 205, 263, 269, 289
Daniel Deronda, 107
Elson, Louis Charles, 104, 126
Evening News, 239
Fabian Society, 45, 266
Fenn, Manville, 322
Finance, Jean-Isidore, 271
Fleury, Gabrielle, 4, 27, 29, 32, 35–7, 70, 311
Foote, G. W., 146
Forster, John, Life of Charles Dickens, 74,
160, 302
Life of Landor, 197
Fortnightly Review, 62, 135, 138, 176–7, 206
Foster, Birket, 223
Fowler, Dr James, 140–1
Frederick III, Emperor, 316
Freiheit, 190
Fryer, Alfred, 75–6, 141, 151, 165
Alfred Cooper (son), 76, 165
Funck-Brentano, Téophile and his family, 143
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Gainsborough, Tomas, 38
Gapp, Samuel Vogt, George Gissing, Clas-
sicist, 5
Garrison, Francis Jackson (‘Frank’), 101,
104, 106, 126
Garrison, William Lloyd, 94, 100–2,
104,106, 110–11
Gaskell, Elizabeth, 22, 254
Gaussen, David, and his family, 245–6, 255,
260–1,
Ella (daughter), 246–7, 292, 294, 313
James (‘Jem’, son)), 248–50, 254
Sarah (Mrs Gaussen, wife), 27, 245–8,
252–3, 255–7, 263, 265
Gettmann, Royal A., 212
Gibbon, Edward, 21, 145–6, 284
History of the Decline and Fall of the
Roman Empire, 21, 72, 198
Gifard, Henry Alexander and his sons
Henry Walter and Alexander William,
207
Gilbert and Sullivan, Patience, 223, 301
Te Mikado, 256
Gissing, Alfred Charles (son), 11–12, 15, 28,
40, 55, 69, 74, 88–9, 93–4, 109, 127,
131–2, 144, 249, 290
Gissing, Algernon Fred (‘Alg’, brother), 1,
11–12, 20, 26, 28–9, 30–31, 36, 38,
41, 46, 49–50, 54–9, 65, 72, 76–7,
79, 81–2, 94, 106–7, 127, 131–3,
135–42, 144–5, 147–9, 151–2, 154–6,
158, 160, 163–9, 174–5, 180, 186–7,
190–2, 194, 196, 198–9, 201, 203–9,
213–14, 217, 219–21, 223–5, 227–8,
233, 236–7, 242, 248–50, 252, 254–5,
257, 260, 262–5, 267–8, 271, 274, 279,
281–3, 288–9, 293, 295–7, 302, 307,
312–13, 315, 317, 319–20, 322
works by: Both of Tis Parish, 320
A Dinner of Herbs, 288
Te Footpath Way in Gloucestershire, 28
Joy Cometh in the Morning, 302, 313, 317
‘Pastures New’, 220
‘Sewage Farm’, 248
Gissing, Catherine, née Baseley (‘Katie’,
sister-in-law), 17, 201, 254, 295–6,
302–3, 307, 311–12, 315, 317–319
Gissing, Charles E., 249
Gissing, Ellen Sophia (‘Nelly’ or ‘Nell’, sis-
ter), 11, 15, 29–32, 50, 53–4, 57, 76–9,
82, 89, 115, 127, 137, 152, 175, 187,
189, 196–7, 205–6, 216, 222, 240, 249,
253, 255–6, 258–61, 263, 265–6, 269,
274–5, 279–84, 288, 290, 293–5, 299,
301, 307–8, 312, 315–18
Gissing, George
‘Account of Books’, 179, 244
works by
All for Love, 162, 197, 224
‘Along Shore’, 216
American Notebook, 103
‘Te Artist’s Child’, 120, 130
Born in Exile, 10, 70, 72, 81–2, 95, 121,
160, 174, 183, 270, 306
Brownie, 118–19
‘Brownie’, 118
By the Ionian Sea, 6, 33, 38, 97
‘Cain and Abel’, 159, 161
‘Carlyle’s Statue’, 214
‘A Child of the Age’ (‘Will-o’-the-
Wisps’, ‘A Son of the Age’), 164, 172,
175, 177, 179
Charles Dickens: a Critical Study, 37
‘Clement Dorricott’, 245, 288, 290,
293, 308, 313
Commonplace Book, 5, 6, 34, 42, 120–1,
137, 294
Te Crown of Life, 2, 121, 130, 273
‘Dead and Alive’, 118, 123
‘Te Death Clock’, 118, 123
‘Te Death of the Children’, 241
Demos, 92, 162, 186, 200, 226, 240,
247, 263, 266–71
Denzil Quarrier, 10, 162
‘Dickens in Memory’, 39, 283
‘Dust and Dew’ (‘Te Insurgents’), 293,
295, 296, 302–3, 305
‘“Elaine” – Rosenthal and Tojetti’,
106–7
Te Emancipated, 10, 70, 130, 178
‘An English Coast-Picture’, 41, 120, 162
Eve’s Ransom, 234
‘Extracts from my Reading’, see Gissing
at Work
‘A Game of Hearts’, 119
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George Gissing at Work: Extracts fom
My Reading, 103, 167–8, 216, 236
‘A Graven Image’, 226–7
‘Gretchen’, 38, 118
‘An Heiress on Condition’, 161
‘Hope in Vain’, 215
‘Te Hope of Pessimism’, 206, 212–13
‘How they Cooked Me’, 119
Human Odds and Ends, 192
‘Humplebee’, 56
‘In No Man’s Land’, 192
In the Year of Jubilee, 220, 273
Isabel Clarendon (‘Te Lady of Knight-
swell’), 5, 39, 200, 229, 245–50, 254,
257–8, 260–5, 268–70, 277–8, 285,
308
‘Joseph Yates’ Temptation’, 119–20
‘Te Last Half-Crown’, 161
Lecture on ‘Faith and Reason’, 146–7
‘Letty Coe’, 228, 243–4
A Life’s Morning (‘Clara Wace’, ‘Emily
Hood’), 10, 15, 35, 175, 197, 220,
237, 255, 260–1, 297–9, 303, 308–9,
311, 313, 315
‘Lou and Liz’, 200
‘Madcaps’, 226
‘Marian Dane’, 303
‘A Mother’s Hope’, 41, 120
Mrs Grundy’s Enemies (‘Now or Never’)
201, 204–6, 208, 212–13, 215–16,
224–5, 227, 243–5, 248
‘Te Muse of the Halls’, 124
‘Mutimer’s Choice’, 240
‘My Clerical Rival’, 161
‘My First Rehearsal’, 161
‘Te Mysterious Portrait’, 119
Te Nether World, 200, 210, 233, 303,
308–10, 312–16, 318, 322
‘Correspondence: Te New Censorship
in Literature’, 251
New Grub Street, 1, 2, 39, 56, 70,
116–17, 120, 127, 143, 184–5,
228–9, 249, 304, 306
‘Notes on Social Democracy’, 177
Te Odd Women, 95, 130, 208, 255
‘Ode to Truth’, 77
‘Te Old School’, 60, 63
‘On Battersea Bridge’, 216
‘One Farthing Damages’, 119
‘One Way of Happiness’, 200
‘Only a Cigarette’, 241
Te Paying Guest, 2
‘Te Picture’, 119
‘Phoebe’, 215–16
Te Poetry of George Gissing, 46, 110
‘Te Portrait’, 119
Te Private Papers of Henry Ryecrof, 5,
7, 21, 35, 38–9, 42, 59, 61–2, 121,
131, 134, 196, 216, 257, 284, 287,
294, 302
‘Te Quarry on the Heath’, 10, 197
‘Ravenna’, 59, 70, 88
‘Reminiscences of my Father’, 18, 19,
37, 42, 46
‘R.I.P.’, 118
‘Sandray the Sophist’, 293
Scrapbook, 54, 64, 303
‘Te Serpent-Charm’, 118
‘Simple Simon’, 266
‘Te Sins of the Fathers’, 94, 114–18,
125, 197
Te Sins of the Fathers, 119
‘Song’, 124, 215
‘A Terrible Mistake’, 119, 121
‘A Test of Honor’, 120–1
Tyrza (‘Te Idealist’), 94, 175, 279,
281–8, 290–1, 293–4, 296, 300, 309,
311
‘To A.F.G.’, 214
‘To my friend Eduard Bertz with a copy
of Tennyson’s poems’, 148, 214
‘Too Dearly Bought’, 118
‘Too Wretched to Live’, 118
Te Town Traveller, 2, 208
‘Twenty Pounds’, 119, 121
Te Unclassed (‘Te Burden of Life’),
23, 37, 61, 121, 131, 179, 192, 197–8,
206, 213–14, 218, 224–5, 229,
231–5, 239–40, 242, 247, 251, 263,
266, 270, 274, 276–8, 311
Veranilda, 70, 259, 296
‘Walks about Ilkley’, 65
‘Te Warden’s Daughter’, 118
‘Watching the Storm Clouds’, 197
Te Whirlpool, 5, 6–7, 72
Will Warburton, 2, 38
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Workers in the Dawn, 37, 49, 125, 130,
143, 146, 152–61, 163–4, 167–79,
181–2, 185, 188, 192, 197, 200–1,
205–6, 209, 232–3, 239, 247–8, 262,
266, 270, 273–4, 276, 291, 302, 307,
312
Youthful essays, 72, 74, 77–8, 84
Youthful poems, 27, 46–7, 74, 77, 96,
105, 106
Gissing, George (uncle), 14, 40, 44, 49, 53
Gissing, Jane Hall, née Waller (grand-
mother), 13
Gissing, John Foulsham (uncle), 14, 44
Gissing, Judith Foulsham (great-grand-
mother), 13, 151
Gissing, Margaret, née Bedford (mother),
11, 14–15, 22–3, 25–31, 39–42, 44,
48, 50, 53–7, 69–72, 74, 77, 79, 81,
86–7, 89, 91, 94, 107, 115, 127, 131,
137, 142, 152–3, 157, 163, 165–6, 169,
175, 180, 188–9, 191, 229, 240–1, 259,
261, 266, 279, 283, 293, 300, 307, 317,
319, 320
Gissing, Margaret Emily (‘Madge’, sister),
11, 29–30, 50, 53–4, 57, 77, 79, 82,
127–8, 137, 145, 152, 155, 160, 168,
175, 188–9, 194, 198–200, 205–6,
215–16, 218–20, 223, 240, 253, 255,
259, 265–6, 268, 274–5, 279, 283–4,
291, 293, 295, 300, 307, 317–18
Gissing, Maria (great-aunt), 151
Gissing, Marianne Helen, née Harrison
(‘Nell’, frst wife), 83, 85–7, 89–90,
92–6, 108, 112–15, 123, 129, 131–2,
136–8, 140, 142–4, 146–50, 153, 155–
8, 163–4, 168, 170, 172–3, 176–7,
180–1, 185, 188–90, 192–9, 203–4,
207–8, 221–2, 227, 271, 305–8, 310
Gissing, Mary Ann, later Etridge (great-
aunt), 151
Gissing Newsletter, 84
Gissing Robert (uncle), 14, 151
Gissing, Robert Foulsham (grandfather),
and his children, 11–15, 49, 74, 79,
100, 129, 131–3, 141, 147, 151, 154,
159, 181, 191–2, 217
Gissing, Tomas Waller (father), 4–5, 9,
11–51, 54–5, 57, 61–2, 64–5, 67,
80–1, 83, 87–8, 92, 129, 131, 133, 142,
144, 154, 167, 174, 191, 215, 220, 234,
260, 282–5, 305–6, 316–17
Te Ferns and Fern Allies of Wakefeld, 19
Margaret, and Other Poems, 22–4, 64,
80, 305
Materials for a Flora of Wakefeld, 19
Metrical Compositions, 22
Miscellaneous Poems, 22
Te Recluse, 16, 22, 24
Gissing, Tobias (great-grandfather), 13, 155
Gissing, William Whittington (brother), 15,
20, 28, 30–1, 36, 41, 46, 49–50, 54–9,
61, 65, 72, 76–77, 79, 81–2, 95, 105–7,
121, 127, 129–42, 145–52, 155, 158,
160–8, 175, 188, 191, 228
Gladstone, W. E., 46, 58, 74, 76, 133, 236,
311
Glasgow Herald, 287
Goethe, Wolfgang, 107, 167–8, 190, 206,
225
Gedichte, 110
Leben des Benvenuto Cellini, 206
Gogol, Nicolaï, 310
Te Golden Treasury, 316
Goldsmith, Oliver, 77
Good-Natured Man, 58
She Stoops to Conquer, 288
Te Vicar of Wakefeld, 233
Goncourt brothers, Journal, 310
Goode, John, 3, 4
Graham, Cunninghame, 313
Grahame, Kenneth, 240
Grahame, Walter, and his family, 240, 243,
250, 253, 266–8, 279, 281, 289, 291,
293, 300–1, 314–15
Graphic, 277
Gray, Tomas, 283
Greenwood, Joseph Gough, 69, 75, 89, 92–5
Grylls, David, 4, 5, 233
Guardian, 275
Guizot, François, 145
Gurney, Edmund and Kate, 242
Gwynne, Julia, 214, 218, 226
Haggard, Rider, Allan Quatermain, 293
Hallam, Henry, 145
Halperin, John, 4
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Halpin, Colonel George, and his family, 255,
259, 268, 275
Halswell, Keeley, 199, 223
Hardy, Tomas, 1, 28, 198, 221, 270, 277–8,
282, 284, 308, 310, 321
Desperate Remedies, 277
Jude the Obscure, 278
Te Mayor of Casterbridge, 277–8
Wessex Tales, 310
Te Woodlanders, 278, 308
Harper’s, 276
Harrison and Sons, 253, 264
Harrison, Austin, 8, 182–4, 193, 196, 200,
218, 223, 238, 240–2, 245, 261
Frederic Harrison: Toughts and Memo-
ries, 238
Harrison Bernard, 182, 193, 196, 200, 218,
240–2, 261, 281, 296, 300
Harrison, Edgar Erat, 253, 261, 264, 310,
320, 322
Harrison, Marianne Helen, see Gissing,
Marianne Helen
Harrison, Ethel Bertha (Frederic Harrison’s
wife), 183, 196, 200, 207, 218, 237,
240–1, 252, 260–1, 278, 291, 296, 301
Harrison, Frederic, 73, 138, 147, 173,
175–7, 181, 183–4, 190, 196, 200,
206, 209, 217–8, 221, 228, 233, 236–8,
240–3, 245, 252, 260–1, 271, 275, 281,
291, 296, 301
Church and State, 147
Disendowment and Disestablishment, 147
Te Meaning of History, 176
Order and Progress, 176
Social Statics, 176
Harrison, Godfrey, 241, 243
Harrison, Joseph, 32–5, 39, 64
Harrison, René, 241, 243
Hawkins, Anthony Hope, 240
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 197, 257, 318
Te House of the Seven Gables, 318
Headlam, Stewart, 313
Hegel, Georg, 124
Heine, Heinrich, 106–7, 111, 154
Lieder, 281
Heinzen, Karl, 103–4, 106
Te Rights of Women, 103
Henry, William, 266
Herbert, George, 21
Herford, Charles Harold, 73–4, 83–4, 96, 238
Hick, Henry, 17, 20, 31, 33–5, 54, 57, 87,
92, 142, 263
Recollections of George Gissing, 20, 48
Edith, née King, 263
Hick, Matthew Bussey, 15, 17–8, 30, 34–5,
49, 54, 92, 94, 136, 166, 240
Hill, James M., 120–1
Hogarth, William, 37–8, 234, 283
Holmes, Wendell, 35
Homer, 64, 122, 131–2, 187, 205, 264, 295,
300
Iliad, 122
Odyssey, 122, 295
Hood, Tomas, Poems of Wit and Humour, 21
Hooker, Sir William, 20
Horace, 111, 198
Horsley, J. W., Jottings fom Jail, 308
Howells, William Dean, 106
Hudson, W. H., 28, 41, 282
Hughes, Tomas and the Rugby Colony,
194, 219
Humboldt, Friedrich, Cosmos, 21, 284
Hunt, Leigh, 21, 77
Hunter, W. A., 321–2
Hurst and Blackett, 302
Hussey, Edward, 255
Huxley, Tomas, 177
Ibsen, Henrik, Ghosts, Pillars of Society,
Rosmersholm, Te Wild Duck, 310
Illustrated London News, 287
Ingelow, Jean, Poems, 21
Irving, Henry, 135, 142
in Te Bells (Leopold Davis Lewis), 154
in Olivia (William Gorman Wills), 256
Irving, Washington, 21
Sketch Book, 316
James, Henry, 3, 103, 197
Hawthorne, 197
Partial Portraits, 313
Johnson, Samuel, 4, 21, 28
A Dictionary of the English Language,
260
Journal of Botany, 19, 50
Jung-Stilling, 206
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Keats, John, 21, 77, 111
Kegan Paul and Co., 161, 162, 181
Kilburn, John E., 136
King, Robert Henry, 263–4
King, Sarah, 249, 259, 317, 320
Kingsley, Charles, 289
Alton Locke, 178, 273
Korg, Jacob, 6, 65
George Gissing: A Critical Biography, 3–4
Laftte, Pierre, 190
Lamb, Charles, 21, 24, 154
Landor, Walter Savage, 197, 223
Landseer, Edwin, 305
Lawrence and Bullen, 179, 185
Leader, 167
Leatham, Edward Aldam, 44
Leatham, William Henry, 18, 19
Le Breton, Fanny (‘Hephell’), 308
Lecky, W. E. H., Spirit of Rationalism, 146
History of European Morals, 146
Lecocq, Alexandre Charles, La Fille de
Madame Angot, 75
Lees, F. N., 84
Le Marchant, Sir Henry, and his sons Denis
and William, 196, 199
Leopardi, Giacomo, 215
Leslie, Frank, 124
Levy, Misses, 253, 255–6, 279
Lewes, George Henry, 167
Liberal, 145
Lindow Grove School, 18, 54–66, 69, 71–2,
76–7, 79, 111–2, 138, 140–1, 182,
229, 237
Linton, Lynn, Autobiography of Christopher
Kirkland, 259
Ione, 304
Linton, William James, 283
Lister, Edith, 125
Livy, 267
Lockhart, John Gibson, Life of Scott, 154
London Figaro, 239, 285
Lubbock, Sir John, 284
Lushington, Vernon, 187–8, 218, 227
Kitty, Margaret and Susan (daughters),
187, 196, 218, 227, 300
Luther, Martin, 200
Macaulay, Tomas Babington, 223
McCabe, John, 44
Macdonald, James, 266
Mackie, Robert Bownas, 44, 49, 167
McKim, J. R., 60–1, 138
Mackintosh, Sir James, A History of England,
186
Maclise, Daniel, 205
Macmillan, 219, 262
Macrae, Dr Alexander, 255
Maddison, Lena, 318
Mahafy, J. P., Greek Life and Tought, 313
Mallock, W. H., Te New Republic, 221
Manchester City News, 64
Manchester Examiner and Times, 179
Manchester Guardian, 78, 88
Manchester Weekly Times, 64, 276
Mander, George, 228
Marcus Aurelius, 167
Marks, Henry Stacy, 223
Marlowe, Christopher, 294
Maupassant, Guy de, 313
Mayhew, Henry, 231
Medill, Samuel John, 117–18, 120, 127
Medley, William, 15, 20, 44, 48–9
Meilhac and Halévy, 200
Mercier, Charles, 134
Mercier, St Vincent, 133–6, 154–5
Meredith, George, 177, 198, 224–5, 229,
236, 253–5, 257–8, 261–2, 270, 289,
321
Diana of the Crossways, 253, 257, 276
Te Ordeal of Richard Feverel, 289
Meynell, Wilfrid, 3
Michelet, Jules, Histoire de la République
romaine, 186
Middleton, Tomas, 294
Miles, Hamish, 89
Mill, John Stuart, 177
Milman, H. H., History of Christianity,
259
Millet, James, 319
Milner, Mary Susan, 32, 40
Milner, Dr William Ralph, 18, 32, 34, 47,
49, 51
Milton, John, 21–2, 77, 200
Mind, 167
Mitton, Henry Arthur, 242
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Molière, 253
Monsieur de Pourceaugnac, 57
L’Avare, 58
Tartufe, 301
Moore, George, 251, 258, 321
Confessions of a Young Man, 310
A Modern Lover, 258
A Mummer’s Wife, 251
‘Te New Censorship in Literature’, 251
Literature at Nurse, or Circulating Mor-
als, 258
Moore, Tomas, 21
Morison, James Cotter, 185, 191
Morley, John, 177, 186, 275
Morning Post, 239, 277
Morris, William, 247, 265–7
May (daughter), 267
Mortimer, James, 285
Most, Johann, 143
Mudie’s Circulating Library, 204–5, 236,
258, 293
Murger, Henry, 87, 130, 304
Vie de Bohème, 304
Musset, Alfred de, 124, 167
Nation, 276
National Reformer, 178
National Weekly, 119–21
Naudin, Adolph, 241
New York [Daily] Tribune, 127, 276
Niebuhr, Barthold Georg, 145
Nineteenth Century, 30, 135, 145, 184, 206
Noble, James Ashcrof, 277
Northcote, Sir Staford Henry, and his
grandson Staford Harry Northcote,
218
Notes and Queries, 51, 59, 119
Novelist, 162
Oldcastle, John, Journals and Journalism,
184
Oldfeld, Gertrude, 57
Oldham, James Bertram, 60
Oliphant, Margaret, 275
Omar Khayyám Club, 301
Organ, Mr, 61
Orwell, George, 1
Ouida, 156, 205
Ouless, Walter William, 223
Ovid, 167
Owens College, 58, 62–3, 65–97, 109, 112,
135, 182, 185, 199, 238, 284, 291
Owens College Magazine, 77, 84, 116
Owens, John, 67–8
Oxford English Dictionary, 51
Pall Mall Gazette, 177, 186, 216, 236,
251–2, 266, 270, 293
Pall Mall Magazine, 184
Pater, Walter, 167, 265, 321
Marius the Epicurean, 265
Patti, Adelina, 293
Pattison, Mark, 259–60
Memoirs, 259
Payn, James, 139, 160–1, 169, 215, 254, 263,
266–70, 275, 278–81, 284, 286–8,
290–1, 293, 297–9, 314–5, 318
Te Heir of the Ages, 287
Te Mystery of Mirbridge, 314
A Stumble on the Treshold, 286
Not Wooed, but Won, 286
Pemble, John, 198
Pen, 168
Pepys, George Digby, 196
Petrarch, 236, 260
Petremant, Robert, 108, 126
Pharmaceutical Journal and Transactions, 50
Phytologist, 19
Pickford, William and Eliza, 149–51, 165
Pinero, A. W, Sweet Lavender, 310
Pinker, James B., 104
Piozzi, Mrs, Anecdotes, 223
Plato, 124, 259
Te Banquet, 124
Plitt, Ernst Konrad, 320–2
Poe, Edgar, Tales of Mystery and Imagina-
tion, 154
Poole, Adrian, Gissing in Context, 3–4
Poole, Herbert Henry, 221, 227
Popular Monthly, 124
Positivism, 138, 166, 176–7, 183, 186–7,
206
Positivist Society, 181–2, 185, 190
Postmus, Bouwe, 46, 99, 110, 121, 125
Procter, Anne (Barry Cornwall’s widow),
291
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Public Opinion, 287
Punch, 123, 222, 251–2
Quarterly Review, 184
Rahardt, Paul and Maria, née Gissing, 14,
129, 144, 150–1, 173–4, 180
Raleigh, Walter, 301
Ransome, Henry C., 61
Raphael, 305
Reeves, Sims, 256
Rehfeldt, Heinrich, 177
Remington, 163, 168, 173, 178–9, 188, 205
Ritchie, Ann Richmond, 292, 301
Roberts, Morley, 1, 34–5, 38, 69–70, 81–4,
87–9, 100, 105, 119, 137–8, 185, 205,
208, 227, 235, 265, 276, 281–2, 284,
288–9, 297–8, 304–5, 312, 315, 322
Land-Travel and Sea-Faring, 185
Te Private Life of Henry Maitland, 69,
87–8, 137, 185, 298, 304
Te Western Avernus, 282
Robinson, Crabb, Reminiscences, 259
Roscoe, Sir Henry Enfeld, 68
Elementary Chemistry, 69
Rossetti, Christina, 21, 321
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, 205, 218, 247–8,
282, 291
Poems, 218
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 123
Rugbeian, 218
Ruskin, John, 64, 242, 292
St James’s Gazette, 179, 223
St Stephen’s Review, 274
St Ruth, Walter H., 62–3
Sampson Low and Co., 161
Sand, George, 123–4, 130, 281
Consuelo, 123, 281
Indiana, 124
Sardou, Victorien, Peril, 226
Fédora, 271
Sargeant, Lewis, 287
Sassoulitch, Vera, 156
Saturday Review, 135, 274
Saturday Review of Literature, 109
Schiller, Friedrich von, 109
Schopenhauer, Arthur, 172, 206, 231–2, 278
Schorlemmer, Carl, 69
Scipio, 198
Scott, E. T., 298, 311
Scott, Walter (publisher), 286
Scott, Sir Walter, 21, 64, 154
Lady of the Lake, 39
Scottish Review, 267, 274
Selig, Robert L., 118
Shailer, Emma, 153, 296, 318
Shakespeare, William, 8, 21, 35, 39, 64,
72–4, 77, 85, 96, 105–6, 132, 160, 223,
253, 284, 320
Hamlet, 72–3, 78, 142, 233
Henry IV, Part II, 84, 302
Love’s Labour’s Lost, 57
Macbeth, 74
Measure for Measure, 173
Te Merchant of Venice, 179
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 74
Romeo and Juliet, 302
Twelfh Night, 72–3, 84
Shakspere Scholarship, 72–4, 77, 84, 90, 320
Shakspere Society, 84–5
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 21, 24, 77, 111, 172,
245
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, Te Rivals, 226
Sherlock, Dinah and her family, 305–7
Sichel, Edith, 311
Sims, G. R., 322
Smith, Alfred John (‘A. J.’), 75–6, 131, 227,
291
Smith, Arthur Lionel, 315
Smith, Rev. Benton, 109, 111, 113–4, 126
Smith, Elder, 159–60, 179, 204–5, 215, 254,
262–3, 267, 269, 273, 275–6, 278,
281–2, 284, 286–7, 289–90, 297–8,
302, 312, 314–5, see also Smith, George
Smith, George, 263, 275, 291, 297, 315
Smith, Henry Gibson, 75–6, 200, 227, 291
Smith’s Circulating Library, 205, 236
Smith, Watson (father), 75–6, 227
Watson (son), 75–6, 227
Smollett, Tobias, 283
Sophocles, Antigone, 315
Southey, Robert, 21
Sowerby, William Charles, 299
Spectator, 135, 178, 239, 274, 286, 312, 317
Spencer, Herbert, 135, 145, 177
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Spencer, Walter T., 241
Spenser, Edmund, 21
Sprague, Julia A., 101–4, 109, 127
Staël, Madame de, Corinne, 197
Staehli, Alexander, 61, 237
Standard, 295
Stannard, William and Ann, née Gissing,
129, 133, 137, 146, 148, 150–1, 154,
159, 174, 181
William Gissing (‘Willie,’ son), 14, 24,
74, 129, 132, 144, 174, 223
Stassoulevitch, Mikhail, 182
Stead, William Tomas, 293
Stearns, George A., 111
Steinthal, Rev. S. Alfred, and his son Alfred,
93–5
Stephen, Leslie, 139
Stevenson, R. L, 258, 313
Stewart, Balfour, 69
Stewart, William Henry, 131, 156, 221
Stonier, G. W., 1
Strauss, David Friedrich, Te Old and the
New Faith, 146
Sulla, 198
Summers, William, 58, 60, 66, 71–3, 75–6,
113, 182
John and Alfred (brothers), 58
Sutherland, Duke of, and his nephew Neville
Leveson-Gower,196
Swinburne, Algernon, 215
Swinnerton, Frank, 1
Sykes, T. T., 43, 56, 58–61, 71, 111
Tasso, Torquato, Jerusalem Delivered, 265
Tauchnitz, 275–6
Temple Bar, 124, 215–16, 228, 243–44, 290
Tennyson, Alfred, 21–2, 24, 39, 64, 74, 107,
135, 148, 223, 235, 289, 305
Te Lotos-Eaters, 235
Terry, Ellen, 200, 256
Tackeray, W. M., 130, 251–2, 254, 259,
291–2
Pendennis, 251
Vanity Fair, 316
Teocritus, 295
Teodores, Tobias, 69
Tirlwall, Connop, 145
Tomas, William Moy, 214, 218
Tomson, James, 215
Tomson, Joseph John, 70, 88–9
Tompson, Frederick, 44, 49
Tompson Joseph, History of Owens College,
66–7, 141
Toreau, H. D., 167
Te Times, 273, 287–8
Tindall, Gillian, 114
Tinsleys’ Magazine, 130
Tocqueville, Alexis de, 124
Tolstoy, Leo, War and Peace, 314
Polikouchka, 314
Une tourmente de neige, 314
T.P.’s Weekly, 59
Trench, Richard Chenevix, Te Story of
Justin Martyr, 21
Trollope, Anthony, 156, 191, 205, 223–4
Troy Daily Times, 125
Turgenev, Ivan, 182, 229, 301, 310, 314
Liza, 301, 310
Te New Generation, 301
Väter und Söhne, 301
Turner, Charles Edward, 191
Uhland, Johann Ludwig, Gedichte und Dra-
men, 196
Vasari, Lives of the Painters, 64
Victoria, Queen, 144, 246, 294
Virgil, 64, 75, 111, 198, 267
Æneid, 111
Bucolics, 46, 111
P. Vergili Maronis Opera, 75
Vogeler, Albert and Martha, 241, 247
Voltaire, 85, 168
Vyestnik Evropy (Le Messager de l’Europe),
182, 188, 190, 193, 195, 206–7, 216
Wagner, Richard, Lohengrin, 293
Wakefeld and West Riding Herald, 77
Wakefeld Express, 44, 48–50, 217
Wakefeld Free Press, 19, 44–5, 48, 285, 299,
309
Wakefeld Journal and Examiner, 15, 44,
49, 51
Waller, Emily, aferwards Williams, 15, 16,
40–1, 44, 48, 141–2, 151
Waller, Tomas and Lydia, née Hall, 13, 40
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Waltham Free Press, 109
Ward, Adolphus William, 68–71, 73, 77–8,
84, 88, 90, 112–13
Ward, Alice, 3
Ward, Mrs Humphry, Robert Elsmere, 236,
311
Waskett, Misses, 195, 198–9
Wassermann, Lilias and Isabella Weddle, A
Man of the Day, 200
Watts-Dunton, Teodore, 215
Weekly Dispatch, 299, 321
Wells, H. G., 1, 124
Westminster Review, 176, 274
Whale, George, 222
White, Arnold, Problems of a Great City,
308
Whitehall Review, 287
Whitman, Walt, 218, 288
Leaves of Grass, 288
Whittington, Ellen Sophia, 15–16, 142
Who’s Who, 170
Wilde, Oscar, 301
Wilkins, Augustus S., 69, 75, 78, 89
Williams, Austin, 318
Williams, John E., 267
Williams, Trevor Addams, 40–1, 48, 142
Wills and Herman, Claudian, 226
Wood, Henry, Mrs, 163, 245
Wood, James, 18, 54–8, 61–6, 70–2, 76,
78–9, 107, 112–14, 131, 141, 229
George (son), 71
Rachel, née Benington (wife), 18, 54–5,
60
Woods, Margaret L., A Village Tragedy,
300–1
Woolf, Virginia, 1, 292
Woolner, Tomas, ch. 8
Wordsworth, William, 15, 18, 21–2, 39, 64,
241–2, 318
Wordsworth, William (of West Ardley,
Yorkshire), 44, 53
Xenophon, 64, 267
Anabasis, 39
Yonge, Charlotte, 169
Zakrzeswka, Dr Marie, 101–4, 106, 109–10,
113, 126–7
Zerf , George Gustavus, 146
Zola, Emile, 176, 207, 239

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