Apologia Pro Vita Sua (inbunden)
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua (inbunden)

Apologia Pro Vita Sua

Being a History of His Religious Opinions

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A scholarly edition of a treatise by John Henry Newman. The edition presents an authoritative text, together with an introduction, commentary notes, and scholarly apparatus.
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`Provides almost everything needed by anyone wishing to grapple with the "facts and problems" which bear on the genesis of the Apologia ... Svaglic's introduction gives evidence of a sensitive understanding of Newman's spiritual difficulties ... has rendered an enormous service to all students of nineteenth-century literature ... There must be few works of comparable size which can be so rarely faulted as this superb edition.' Modern
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`Dr Svaglic and the Clarendon Press have put all students of Newman in their debt.' Religious Studies


Editor's introduction; Author's preface; History of my religious opinions up to 1833; History of my religious opinions from 1833 to 1939; History of my religious opinions from 1839 to 1841; History of my religious opinions from 1841 to 1845; Position of my mind since 1845; Notes; Supplemental matter: Chronological list of letters and papers quoted in this narrative; List of the author's works; Letter to him from his Diocesan; Addresses from bodies of Clergy and
Laity; Additional notes; Appendices: Mr Kingsley and Dr Newman: A correspondence on the question whether Dr Newman teaches that truth is no virtue?; 'What, then, does Dr Newman mean?' A reply to a pamphlet lately published by Dr Newman, by Charles Kingsley; The 1864 text of the Apologia'; Editor's notes;