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    EngR, William von Humboldt, 1 - 12, Mar 1848, Archer Thompson Gurney, prob., Note the laudatory comments about Grillparzer. Gurney was an unabashed Grillparzer admirer, and supposedly wrote unidentified articles praising him. See W. Little, "Franz Grillparzer and Archer Thompson Gurney," German Quarterly 45.4 (1972): 629-644. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Princess. By Alfred Tennyson, 286 - 297, Jun 1848, Archer Thompson Gurney, prob., Calling Browning as "the greatest of all living dramatists," the praise for Mrs. Browning, and the lukewarm comments regarding Tennyson all reflect Gurney's views. Gurney apparently became the "go to" EngR reviewer for poetry around 1848. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Loss and Gain [a review of a book by J. H. Newman], 46 - 76, Sep 1848, Archer Thompson Gurney, Attributed in George Clement Boase and William Prideaux Courtney, Bibliotheca Cornubiensis Volume 3 (1882): 1211. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Dickens and Thackeray. Humourists, 257 - 275, Dec 1848, Archer Thompson Gurney, possib., Gurney was writing on literature for the English Review at this time; in his The Transcendentalists (1853) Gurney presents similar views on the respective strengths and values of Dickens and Thackeray as does the author of this article. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The German Mind, 357 - 389, Dec 1848, Archer Thompson Gurney, Attributed in George Clement Boase and William Prideaux Courtney, Bibliotheca Cornubiensis Volume 3 (1882): 1211. Many characteristic Gurney evaluations of men of letters are present. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Robert Browning's Poems, 354 - 386, Jun 1849, Archer Thompson Gurney, Attributed to Archer Thompson Gurney in the reviews included with the on-line edition of the Brownings' Correspondence, Document R490600A. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Emerson Mania, 139 - 152, Sep 1849, Archer Thompson Gurney, possib., Emerson and Carlyle are coupled here, as they are in a probable Gurney article, "Kingsley's Saint's Tragedy" EngR, Dec. 1849. Gurney also critiqued Emerson in an article in the Foreign and Colonial Review. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton and the Caxtons, 301 - 321, Dec 1849, Archer Thompson Gurney, possib., A cross-reference to an EngR article on Dickens and Thackeray, which is probably by Gurney, raises the possibility that this article is also by Gurney. Also, this review pans Bulwer's poetry, which Gurney also did in an EngR article on Browning. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Kingsley's Saint's Tragedy, 378 - 394, Dec 1849, Archer Thompson Gurney, prob., This reviewer's negative comments on Bulwer's "King Arthur" echo the comments made by Gurney of that same work in a EngR review of Browning's poetry. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, New Poetry -- Tennyson, Browning, and Taylor, 65 - 92, Sep 1850, Archer Thompson Gurney, Attributed in the Browning Correspondence, R500900A. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Poetesses -- Mrs. Browning and Miss Lowe, 320 - 333, Dec 1850, Archer Thompson Gurney, Attribution in Clara Dawson, Elisabeth Barret Browning: the Critical Heritage (Routledge, 2014); Attributed in the Browning Correspondence, E501200A. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Lavengro and George Borrow, 362 - 377, Jun 1851, Archer Thompson Gurney, possib., This article expresses Gurney's views regarding Dickens, Thackeray, Bulwer, and Kingsley. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Chartists and their Laureate [Ernest Jones], 55 - 86, Oct 1851, Archer Thompson Gurney, prob., The glowing passing references to the Brownings, and the comment that Longfellow is America's only poet of note, are typical of Gurney. It is likely that Gurney was doing all poetry reviews for the EngR at this time. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Transcendental Theism. [Francis William] Newman on the Soul, 106 - 125, Oct 1851, Archer Thompson Gurney, Attributed in George Clement Boase and William Prideaux Courtney, Bibliotheca Cornubiensis Volume 3 (1882): 1211. This article takes one of Gurney's characteristic swipes at Emerson. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Bandinel's "Lufra", 384 - 397, Jan 1852, Archer Thompson Gurney, prob., A reference to "Ernest Jones, of whom we spoke so recently" as well as a comment on the "dramatic ardours" of Browning indicate Gurney. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, The Eclipse of Faith, 273 - 288, Jul 1852, Archer Thompson Gurney, possib., A cross-reference to the article on "Transcendental Theism" English Review Oct 1851 which has been attributed to Gurney suggests this article may also be by Gurney. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Kingsley's Sermons on National Subjects, 267 - 290, Jan 1853, Archer Thompson Gurney, possib., A cross-reference to a Dec 1849 English Review article on Kingsley which is probably by Gurney suggests this article may also be by Gurney. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Bandinel's Milton Davenant, 317 - 339, Jan 1853, Archer Thompson Gurney, prob., The admiring tone of this review is similar to an earlier review of Bandinel's (English Review, January 1852) which is probably by Gurney. [review] (06/17)

    EngR, Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer's "My Novel", 1 - 62, Apr 1853, Archer Thompson Gurney, possib., A comment regarding a recent EngR article on Dickens and Thackeray, which is probably by Gurney, might be an editorial addition; but, of course, it might be indicative of common article authorship. [review] (06/17)

    F&CQR, Modern German Poetry, 427 - 452, Apr 1844, Archer Thompson Gurney, prob., Note the laudatory comments about Grillparzer. Gurney was an unabashed Grillparzer admirer, and supposedly wrote unidentified articles praising him. See W. Little, "Franz Grillparzer and Archer Thompson Gurney," German Quarterly 45.4 (1972): 629-644. [review] (06/17)

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