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The Greek Maiden and Filial Love in the Dublin University Magazine (1847), Part II

The Greek Maiden and Filial Love in the Dublin University Magazine (1847), Part II 800 541 REVICTO

Part II: “Erotion – A Tale of Ancient Greece” “Erotion – A Tale of Ancient Greece” propels the reader back to the Homeric age and relates a situation of crisis.…

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The Greek Maiden and Filial Love in the Dublin University Magazine (1847)

The Greek Maiden and Filial Love in the Dublin University Magazine (1847) 849 1200 REVICTO

Part I: “The Pearl of the Bosphorus – a Tale of the Phanar” In 1847, two Greek-themed short stories were published anonymously in the Dublin University Magazine. The first is…

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Mary Louisa Whately’s “Greek Slave” in Egypt

Mary Louisa Whately’s “Greek Slave” in Egypt 1024 583 REVICTO

In 1870, just after the Cretan Revolt of 1866-1869, Mary Louisa Whately (1824-1889), an English missionary in Egypt, published a story entitled “The Greek Slave,” returning to the figure of…

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“A Modern Nausicaa” and Tourism in Corfu

“A Modern Nausicaa” and Tourism in Corfu 1442 1800 REVICTO

“A Modern Nausicaa.” All the Year Round 4:87 (Aug 30, 1890): 210-216 At the dawn of mass tourism in the late Victorian period, Corfu was a very popular destination for…

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“A Legend of Corinth” by Elizabeth Youatt (1843)

“A Legend of Corinth” by Elizabeth Youatt (1843) 1280 1514 REVICTO

“A Legend of Corinth.” New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, 68:272 (1843): 440-448.   “Once again turn we back with lingering fondness to Corinth—tradition-haunted Corinth! As it was e’er its glory…

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“A Greek Hamlet” (1880)

“A Greek Hamlet” (1880) 400 701 REVICTO

“A Greek Hamlet.” Fraser’s magazine 610 (Oct 1880): 511-527 “A Greek Hamlet” fictionalizes and revises the story of Periander, Tyrant of Corinth in the 6th century BC, as found in…

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Lucy Mary Jane Garnett and Greek Women – Part II

Lucy Mary Jane Garnett and Greek Women – Part II 1811 2560 REVICTO

In 1899, ten years after her essay in The Women’s World on the Christian women of the East, Lucy M.J. Garnett published an article entitled “Greek Matrons and Maids” in…

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Lucy Mary Jane Garnett and Greek Women – Part I

Lucy Mary Jane Garnett and Greek Women – Part I 1260 1859 REVICTO

Lucy Mary Jane Garnett (1849–1934) was a folklorist, ethnographer, and traveller, who travelled extensively in the Balkans and Middle East, recording the customs of the people she visited and publishing…

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The Cretan Revolt (1896-1898), Part 2 – Our Learned Philhellenes

The Cretan Revolt (1896-1898), Part 2 – Our Learned Philhellenes 1271 2000 REVICTO

In Part one of the “Cretan Revolt” blog post, mention was made of a theatrical play by journalist and author Henry Duff Traill. The play entitled “Our Learned Philhellenes” was…

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The Cretan Revolt (1896-1898), Part 1

The Cretan Revolt (1896-1898), Part 1 1561 2000 REVICTO

During the second half of the nineteenth century the “Cretan Question” appeared regularly in the Victorian press, particularly in periods of crisis (1866-1869, 1878, and 1896-1898). It is a broad…

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