G W M Reynolds

A figure of such diversity requires a collaborative study. Bringing together a distinguished group of scholars, this volume does justice to the full range of Reynolds's achievement and influence.

G W M  Reynolds

G.W.M. Reynolds (1814-1879) had a major impact on the mid-Victorian era that until now has been largely unacknowledged. A prolific novelist whose work had a massive circulation, and an influential journalist and editor, he was a man of contradictions in both his life and writing: a middle-class figure who devoted his life to working class issues but seldom missed a chance to profit from the exploitation of current issues; the founder of the radical newspaper Reynolds Weekly, as well as a bestselling author of historical romances, gothic and sensation novels, oriental tales, and domestic fiction; a perennial bankrupt who nevertheless ended his life prosperously. A figure of such diversity requires a collaborative study. Bringing together a distinguished group of scholars, this volume does justice to the full range of Reynolds's achievement and influence. With proper emphasis on new work in the field, the contributors take on Reynolds's involvement with Chartism, serial publication, the mass market periodical, commodity culture, and the introduction of French literature into British consciousness, to name just a few of the topics covered. The Mysteries of London, the century's most widely read serial, receives the extensive treatment this long-running urban gothic work deserves. Adding to the volume's usefulness are comprehensive bibliographies of Reynolds's own writings and secondary criticism relevant to the study of this central figure in mid-nineteenth-century Britain.

G W M Reynolds and His Fiction

G. W. M. Reynolds.” The Bookseller, July 3: 600–601, 600. Basdeo, S. 2018. “'That's Business': Organised Crime in G. W. M. Reynolds's The Mysteries of ...

G  W  M  Reynolds and His Fiction

George Reynolds is arguably the most prolific of all nineteenth-century English novelists, reaching an enormous audience through his thirty-six novels. Often selling in very large numbers in weekly one-penny installments, his works were known as by the most popular English novelist ever. Yet today, he remains almost unknown in the canon of English Literature. A serious radical, strongly pro-woman, and a leading Chartist seeking the vote for all men, Reynolds’ vigorous heroines differ notably from the Victorian novelists’ timid norm. He was strongly pro-Jewish and pro-Gypsy, very interested in French and Italian society, but wrote for ordinary English working people. Dickens thought him a dangerous leftist: for all these reasons, he was excluded from the elite literary world. G. W. M. Reynolds: The Man Who Outsold Dickens reestablishes Reynolds as a major figure of mid-nineteenth-century fiction and an author of European range and status. This book examines his massive popularity and notable concern with the problems of ordinary people, especially women, in the complex and often dangerous new world of the modern city. With the support of his wife Susannah, Reynolds’ enormous influence would also make a contribution to the cause of mass political education through his role in the development of popular fiction and journalism. This book is a major innovation in the field of Victorian literary studies, with relevance to popular cultural studies, the politics of literature, and publishing history, presenting properly a much overlooked major English novelist.

The last day of a condemned tr by G W M Reynolds

TRANSLATED ( WITHOUT ABRIDGMENT ) FROM THE FRENCH OF VICTOR HUGO , BY GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS , AUTHOR OF PICKWICK ABROAD , ” THE MODERN LITERATURE OF FRANCE ...

The last day of a condemned  tr  by G W M  Reynolds


G W M Reynolds and His Fiction

This book is a major innovation in the field of Victorian literary studies, with relevance to popular cultural studies, the politics of literature, and publishing history, presenting properly a much overlooked major English novelist.

G  W  M  Reynolds and His Fiction


The Bookseller

By G. W. M. REYNOLDS . 5 Will She have Him ? By AUSTIN GRAHAM . 95 The Soldier's Wife . By G. W.M. REYNOLDS . 6 Sketches by " Boz . " By CHARLES DICKENS . 96 Valentine Vox . By Henry COCKTON . 7 Counterfeit Coin . By Miriam Ross .

The Bookseller


Bookseller

By G. W. M. REYNOLDS . . 5 Will She have Him ? By AUSTIN GRAHAM . 95 The Soldier's Wife . By G. W.M. REYNOLDS . 6 Sketches by " Boz . " By CHARLES DICKENS . 96 Valentine Vox . By HENRY COCKTON . 7 Counterfeit Coin . By Miriam Ross .

Bookseller

Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.

Dicks complete edition of Shakspere s Works

By G. W. M. Reynolds. Illustrated. First and Second Series, each series of 2 vols, complete in itself, price 13s. Post-free, 14s 4d. 3. THE MYSTERIES OF THE COURT OF LONDON. By G. W. M. Reynolds. First, second, third, and fourth series.

Dicks  complete edition of Shakspere s Works


The Poetical Works

By G. W. M. Reynolds . One Volume , 6s 6d . Post - free , 78 20 . 2. THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON . By G. W. 53 Wood - Engravings . M. Reynolds . Illustrated . First and Second Series , each series of 2 vols . complete in itself , 19 THE RYE ...

The Poetical Works


Dicks standard plays

G. W. M. Reynolds 90. Old Curiosity Shop . By Charles Dickens . 14. Twenty Straws , Author of " Carynthia , " 91 , Pelham By Lord Lytton . 15. Lord Lisle's Daughter . C. M. Braeme . 92. Falkland & Pilgrims of the Rhine . Lytton . 16.

Dicks  standard plays


Dickens Reynolds and Mayhew on Wellington Street

Susannah published as 'Mrs G.W.M. Reynolds' from the Reynolds's Miscellany office; any attack on her moral character as a writer was an attack on Reynolds's ...

Dickens  Reynolds  and Mayhew on Wellington Street

A glance over the back pages of mid-nineteenth-century newspapers and periodicals published in London reveals that Wellington Street stands out among imprint addresses. Between 1843 and 1853, Household Words, Reynolds’s Weekly Newspaper, the Examiner, Punch, the Athenaeum, the Spectator, the Morning Post, and the serial edition of London Labour and the London Poor, to name a few, were all published from this short street off the Strand. Mary L. Shannon identifies, for the first time, the close proximity of the offices of Charles Dickens, G.W.M. Reynolds, and Henry Mayhew, examining the ramifications for the individual authors and for nineteenth-century publishing. What are the implications of Charles Dickens, his arch-competitor the radical publisher G.W.M. Reynolds, and Henry Mayhew being such close neighbours? Given that London was capital of more than Britain alone, what connections does Wellington Street reveal between London print networks and the print culture and networks of the wider empire? How might the editors’ experiences make us rethink the ways in which they and others addressed their anonymous readers as ’friends’, as if they were part of their immediate social network? As Shannon shows, readers in the London of the 1840s and '50s, despite advances in literacy, print technology, and communications, were not simply an ’imagined community’ of individuals who read in silent privacy, but active members of an imagined network that punctured the anonymity of the teeming city and even the empire.

The Earl of Mayfield

The following are cloth editions of Dumus ' and Reynolds ' works , and they are each issued in large octavo volumes , bound in cloth ... A novel of the French Revolution of 1792-1793 , 1 75 GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS ' WORKS , IN CLOTH .

The Earl of Mayfield


The Abb s Temptation

The following are cloth editions of Dumas ' and Reynolds ' works , and they are each issued in large octavo volumes ... A novel of the French Revolution of 1792-1793 , 1 75 GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS ' WORKS , IN CLOTH , The Mysteries of the ...

The Abb   s Temptation


A Friend

The following are cloth editions of Dumas ' and Reynolds ' works , and they are each issued in large octavo volumes , bound in cloth ... A novel of the French Revolution of 1792-1793 , 1 75 GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS ' WORKS , IN CLOTH .

A Friend


Marrying Off a Daughter

The following are cloth editions of Dumas ' and Reynolds ' works , and they are each issued in large octavo volumes , bound in cloth ... A novel of the French Revolution of 1792-1793 , 1 75 GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS ' WORKS , IN CLOTH .

Marrying Off a Daughter


Markof the Russian Violinist

The folloroing are cloth editions of Dumas ' and Reynolds ' works , and they are each issued in large octavo volumes , bound in cloth ... A novel of the French Revolution of 1792-1793 , 1 75 GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS ' WORKS , IN CLOTH .

Markof  the Russian Violinist


Kathleen

The following are cloth editions of Dumas ' and Reynolds ' works , and they are each issued in large octavo volumes , bound in cloth ... A novel of the French Revolution of 1792-1793 , 1 75 GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS ' WORKS , IN CLOTH .

Kathleen