The Dublin Review Number 455: 116th Year, First Quarter, 1952


Lightly rubbed. 1952 Trade Paperback. 94 pp. CONTENTS: The Early Writings of Lord Acton - Douglas Woodruff; Strindbeg - Bela Menczer; Poetry and Belief - Nicholas Joost; Trends in the Post-War Soviet Novel - F.M. Borras; Graham Greene and the Double Man - Neville Braybrooke. The Dublin Review was an influential Catholic periodical founded in 1836 by Michael Joseph Quin, Cardinal Wiseman and Daniel O'Connell. Quin had the original idea for the new journal, soon persuading Wiseman to lend his support, and next enlisting O'Connell whose Catholic Emancipation campaign he admired. Quin edited the first two issues before leaving to take up a post in the Spanish colonial service. This fell through, but O'Connell would not re-instate him as editor, nor allow him to continue as co-proprietor.

Title: The Dublin Review Number 455: 116th Year, First Quarter, 1952

Author: Woodruff, Douglas; Menczer, Bela; Joost, Nicholas; Borras, F.M.; Braybrooke, Neville

Categories: Religion, Literature, Literary Criticism, Ephemera, Literary Journals,

Publisher: Burns Oates: 1952

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1531543

Keywords: DUBLIN REVIEW LITERARY MAGAZINE JOURNAL LITERATURE,