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Grant Allen


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Grant Allen : article (?in response to work by William James)

Henry James to Mrs Henry James Sr., 16 March 1881: "I have of course read Grant Allen in the March Atlantic and think it seems prettily enough argued."

Century: 1850-1899     Reader/Listener/Group: Henry James      Print: Serial / periodical


Grant Allen : What's bred in the bone

'he entered a competition held by Tit-Bits. The prize money was twenty guineas, and it was offered for a "humorous condensation" of a sensational serial which the paper had been running. The serial was called What's bred in the bone [title in italics], and it was by Grant Allen, a scientist-turned novelist like Wells...'

Century: 1850-1899     Reader/Listener/Group: Arnold Bennett      Print: Serial / periodical


Grant Allen : Physiological Aesthetics

Considerable marginalia in pencil in English, especially on the following pages: 30, 186, 216, 220-224.

Century: 1850-1899 / 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Vernon Lee      Print: Book


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