Yonge


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Yonge

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(Biography) Charlotte M(ary). 1823–1901, British novelist, whose works reflect the religious ideals of the Oxford Movement. Her best-known book is The Heir of Redclyffe (1853)
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Geniuses are rare and, without being at all an undue praiser of times past, one can say without hesitation that until the appearance of Hugh Lofting, the successor of Miss Yonge, Mrs.
38), Laura's determination to follow the reading list prescribed for her by the intellectually arrogant Philip is felt to be in danger of making her also "too intellectual." Yonge was to prove less successful in masking her own expertise when, in 1859, she trespassed more nearly upon matters theological and, in her Conversations on the Catechism, represented ladies as conversant with Greek.
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Front of Yonge (Township) Court of appeal for Ontario October 12, 2004
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Leavis challenged the attempt to rehabilitate the novels of Charlotte Yonge in her 1944 Scrutiny review "Charlotte Yonge and 'Christian Discrimination."' (8) In this review, she makes the important point that, whatever the ideological or theological orientation of a novel (whether, say, Christian or Marxist), it is first of all important that it be a convincing and successful novel.
BIRTHDAY GIFT: Nursing staff (front, from left) Cheryl Brown, Cora Hiatt, Vero Yonge and Linda Chetwynd, and (back) Tina Kane, Mary Rooney and Liz Wall; with (middle) Tom Askew, fund-raiser Carol Roper and Tina Askew with baby Catherine