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William Hurrell Mallock

William Hurrell Mallock (7 February 1849 – 2 April 1923) was an English novelist and economics writer. Much of his writing is in support of the Roman Catholic Church and in opposition to positivist philosophy and socialism.

William H. Mallock
Cabinet card of Mallock, by Elliott & Fry, circa 1880s.
Born
William Hurrell Mallock

(1849-02-07)7 February 1849
Died2 April 1923(1923-04-02) (aged 74)
NationalityBritish
Alma materBalliol College, Oxford
OccupationNovelist, sociologist, lecturer and economist
Parent(s)Rev. William Mallock and Margaret Froude
RelativesWilliam Froude, Richard Hurrell Froude, James Anthony Froude, Mary Margaret Mallock (sister)

Contents

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"Is life worth living?"
W. H. Mallock as caricatured by Spy in Vanity Fair, 30 December 1882.

A nephew of the historian Froude, he was educated privately and then at Balliol College, Oxford. He won the Newdigate Prize in 1872 for his poem The Isthmus of Suez and took a second class in the final classical schools in 1874, securing his Bachelor of Arts degree from Oxford University. Mallock never entered a profession, though at one time he considered the diplomatic service. He attracted considerable attention by his satirical novel, The New Republic (1877), conceived while he was a student at Oxford, in which he introduced characters easily recognized as such prominent individuals as Benjamin Jowett, Matthew Arnold, Violet Fane, Thomas Carlyle, and Thomas Henry Huxley. Although the book was not well received by critics at first, it did cause instant scandal, particularly concerning the portrait of literary scholar Walter Pater:

Moreover, Pater was the subject of a cruel satire in W. H. Mallock's The New Republic which was published in Belgravia in 1876-7 and in book form in 1877. He appeared there as 'Mr. Rose'—an effete, impotent, sensualist with a perchant for erotic literature and beautiful young men.

Mallock later in life.

Mallock's book appeared during the competition for the Oxford Professorship of Poetry and played a role in convincing Pater to remove himself from consideration. A few months later Pater published what may have been a subtle riposte: "A Study of Dionysus: The Spiritual Form of Fire and Dew."

His keen logic and gift for acute exposition and criticism were displayed in later years both in fiction and in controversial works. In a series of books dealing with religious questions he insisted on dogma as the basis of religion and on the impossibility of founding religion on purely scientific data. In Is Life Worth Living? (1879) and the satirical novel The New Paul and Virginia (1878) he attacked positivist theories and defended the Roman Catholic Church; one of his uncles, Hurrell Froude, had been a founder of the Oxford Movement.

In a volume on the intellectual position of the Church of England, Doctrine and Doctrinal Disruption (1900), he advocated the necessity of a strictly defined creed. Later volumes on similar topics were Religion as a Credible Doctrine (1903) and The Reconstruction of Belief (1905). He also authored articles, being a frequent contributor to many newspapers and magazines, including The Forum, National Review, Public Opinion, Contemporary Review, and Harper’s Weekly. One in particular, directed against Thomas Huxley's agnosticism, appeared in the April 1889 issue of The Fortnightly Review, being Mallock's response to a controversy between, among others, Huxley and William Connor Magee, the Bishop of Peterborough.

He published several works on economics, directed against radical and socialist theories: Social Equality (1882), Property and Progress (1884), Labour and the Popular Welfare (1893), Classes and Masses (1896), Aristocracy and Evolution (1898), and A Critical Examination of Socialism (1908) – and later visited the United States in order to deliver a series of lectures on the subject:

The Civic Federation of New York, an influential body which aims, in various ways, at harmonising apparently divergent industrial interests in America, having decided on supplementing its other activities by a campaign of political and economic education, invited me, at the beginning of the year 1907, to initiate a scientific discussion of socialism in a series of lectures or speeches, to be delivered under the auspices of certain of the great Universities in the United States. This invitation I accepted, but, the project being a new one, some difficulty arose as to the manner in which it might best be carried out – whether the speeches or lectures should in each case be new, dealing with some fresh aspect of the subject, or whether they should be arranged in a single series to be repeated without substantial alteration in each of the cities visited by me. The latter plan was ultimately adopted, as tending to render the discussion of the subject more generally comprehensible to each local audience. A series of five lectures, substantially the same, was accordingly delivered by me in New York, Cambridge, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

Among his anti-socialist works should be classed his novel, The Old Order Changes (1886). His other novels are A Romance of the Nineteenth Century (1881), A Human Document (1892), The Heart of Life (1895), Tristram Lacy (1899), The Veil of the Temple (1904), and An Immortal Soul (1908).

Mallock is given prominent space in Russell Kirk's The Conservative Mind:

Mallock is remembered chiefly for one book, The New Republic, and that his first, composed while he still was at Oxford – "the most brilliant novel ever written by an undergraduate," says Professor Tillotson, justly. ... But other books of Mallock's are worth looking into still—his theological and philosophical studies, his didactic novels, his zealous volumes of political expostulation and social statistics, even his books of verse.

"He had astonishing acuteness, great argumentative power, wide and accurate knowledge, excellent style," Saintsbury says of Mallock. "He might have seemed—he did seem, I believe, to some—to have in him the making of an Aristophanes or a Swift of not so much lessened degree... And yet after the chiefly scandalous success of The New Republic he never 'came off.' To attribute this to the principles he advocated is to nail on those who dislike those principles their own favourite gibe of 'the stupid party.'" ... In the past two or three years, interest in Mallock has revived somewhat, probably stimulated by that conservative revival for which Mallock hoped, and the lines of which he predicted. Is Life Worth Living?, Social Equality, and The Limits of Pure Democracy, together with Mallock's charming autobiography, are especially deserving of attention from anyone interested in the conservative mind. Mallock died in 1923, half forgotten even then; but he has had no equal among English conservative thinkers since. He spent his life in a struggle against moral and political radicalism: for bulk and thoroughness, quite aside from Mallock's gifts of wit and style, his work is unexcelled among the body of conservative writings in any country. ...

(H)e accomplished unassisted what the research staff of the Conservative Political Centre now carries on as a body. "Throughout almost all his books is to be noticed the aspiration after a Truth which will give the soul something more than 'a dusty answer'; it is everywhere evident," says Sir John Squire. In the search for this truth, he assailed some of the most formidable personages of his day – Huxley, Spencer, Jowett, Kidd, Webb, Shaw. And none of these writers, not even Bernard Shaw, came off well from a bout with Mallock.

Mallock, by Elliott & Fry.

He published a volume of Poems in 1880. His 1878 book Lucretius included some verse translations from the Roman poet, which he followed with Lucretius on Life and Death in 1900, a book of verse paraphrases in a style modeled after the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam by Edward FitzGerald. (A second edition was issued in 1910.)

Ironically, this last work came to be highly regarded by freethinkers and other religious skeptics. Corliss Lamont includes portions of the third canto in his A Humanist Funeral Service. Mallock himself, in his introduction, seems to be offering it, somewhat condescendingly, for the use of such non-Christians when he writes:

Those, however, who... are adherents of the principles which [Lucretius] shares with the latest scientists of to-day, can hardly find the only hope which is open to them expressed by any writer with a loftier and more poignant dignity than that with which they will find it expressed by the Roman disciple of Epicurus.

Artist Tom Phillips used Mallock's A Human Document as the basis for his project A Humument, in which he took a copy of the novel and constructed a work of art using its pages.

The popular English novelist Ouida (Maria Louise Ramé) dedicated her book of essays Views and Opinions (1895) to Mallock—"To W. H. Mallock. As a slight token of personal regard and intellectual admiration."

As editor

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William Hurrell Mallock Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from W H Mallock William Hurrell Mallock 7 February 1849 2 April 1923 was an English novelist and economics writer Much of his writing is in support of the Roman Catholic Church and in opposition to positivist philosophy and socialism William H MallockCabinet card of Mallock by Elliott amp Fry circa 1880s BornWilliam Hurrell Mallock 1849 02 07 7 February 1849 Cheriton Bishop DevonDied2 April 1923 1923 04 02 aged 74 Wincanton SomersetNationalityBritishAlma materBalliol College OxfordOccupationNovelist sociologist lecturer and economistParent s Rev William Mallock and Margaret FroudeRelativesWilliam Froude Richard Hurrell Froude James Anthony Froude Mary Margaret Mallock sister Contents 1 Biography 2 Influence and legacy 3 Works 4 Articles 5 See also 6 References 7 Further reading 8 External linksBiography EditThis section contains too many or overly lengthy quotations for an encyclopedic entry Please help improve the article by presenting facts as a neutrally worded summary with appropriate citations Consider transferring direct quotations to Wikiquote or for entire works to Wikisource February 2020 Is life worth living W H Mallock as caricatured by Spy in Vanity Fair 30 December 1882 A nephew of the historian Froude 1 he was educated privately and then at Balliol College Oxford He won the Newdigate Prize in 1872 for his poem The Isthmus of Suez 2 and took a second class in the final classical schools in 1874 securing his Bachelor of Arts degree from Oxford University Mallock never entered a profession though at one time he considered the diplomatic service He attracted considerable attention by his satirical novel The New Republic 1877 3 4 5 conceived while he was a student at Oxford in which he introduced characters easily recognized as such prominent individuals as Benjamin Jowett Matthew Arnold Violet Fane Thomas Carlyle 6 and Thomas Henry Huxley 7 8 Although the book was not well received by critics at first 9 it did cause instant scandal particularly concerning the portrait of literary scholar Walter Pater 10 Moreover Pater was the subject of a cruel satire in W H Mallock s The New Republic which was published in Belgravia in 1876 7 and in book form in 1877 He appeared there as Mr Rose an effete impotent sensualist with a perchant for erotic literature and beautiful young men 11 Mallock later in life Mallock s book appeared during the competition for the Oxford Professorship of Poetry and played a role in convincing Pater to remove himself from consideration 12 13 14 A few months later Pater published what may have been a subtle riposte A Study of Dionysus The Spiritual Form of Fire and Dew 15 His keen logic and gift for acute exposition and criticism were displayed in later years both in fiction and in controversial works In a series of books dealing with religious questions he insisted on dogma as the basis of religion and on the impossibility of founding religion on purely scientific data In Is Life Worth Living 16 1879 and the satirical novel The New Paul and Virginia 1878 he attacked positivist theories 7 17 18 and defended the Roman Catholic Church 19 20 21 22 one of his uncles Hurrell Froude had been a founder of the Oxford Movement In a volume on the intellectual position of the Church of England Doctrine and Doctrinal Disruption 1900 he advocated the necessity of a strictly defined creed 7 Later volumes on similar topics were Religion as a Credible Doctrine 1903 and The Reconstruction of Belief 1905 He also authored articles being a frequent contributor to many newspapers and magazines including The Forum National Review Public Opinion Contemporary Review and Harper s Weekly One in particular directed against Thomas Huxley s agnosticism appeared in the April 1889 issue of The Fortnightly Review 23 being Mallock s response to a controversy between among others Huxley and William Connor Magee the Bishop of Peterborough 24 He published several works on economics 25 directed against radical and socialist 26 theories Social Equality 1882 Property and Progress 1884 Labour and the Popular Welfare 1893 Classes and Masses 1896 Aristocracy and Evolution 1898 and A Critical Examination of Socialism 1908 and later visited the United States in order to deliver a series of lectures 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 on the subject The Civic Federation of New York an influential body which aims in various ways at harmonising apparently divergent industrial interests in America having decided on supplementing its other activities by a campaign of political and economic education invited me at the beginning of the year 1907 to initiate a scientific discussion of socialism in a series of lectures or speeches to be delivered under the auspices of certain of the great Universities in the United States This invitation I accepted but the project being a new one some difficulty arose as to the manner in which it might best be carried out whether the speeches or lectures should in each case be new dealing with some fresh aspect of the subject or whether they should be arranged in a single series to be repeated without substantial alteration in each of the cities visited by me The latter plan was ultimately adopted as tending to render the discussion of the subject more generally comprehensible to each local audience A series of five lectures 34 35 substantially the same was accordingly delivered by me in New York Cambridge Chicago Philadelphia and Baltimore 36 Among his anti socialist works should be classed his novel The Old Order Changes 1886 His other novels are A Romance of the Nineteenth Century 1881 A Human Document 1892 The Heart of Life 1895 Tristram Lacy 1899 The Veil of the Temple 1904 and An Immortal Soul 1908 7 Mallock is given prominent space in Russell Kirk s The Conservative Mind 37 Mallock is remembered chiefly for one book The New Republic and that his first composed while he still was at Oxford the most brilliant novel ever written by an undergraduate says Professor Tillotson justly 38 But other books of Mallock s are worth looking into still his theological and philosophical studies his didactic novels his zealous volumes of political expostulation and social statistics even his books of verse He had astonishing acuteness great argumentative power wide and accurate knowledge excellent style Saintsbury says of Mallock He might have seemed he did seem I believe to some to have in him the making of an Aristophanes or a Swift of not so much lessened degree And yet after the chiefly scandalous success of The New Republic he never came off To attribute this to the principles he advocated is to nail on those who dislike those principles their own favourite gibe of the stupid party 39 In the past two or three years interest in Mallock has revived somewhat probably stimulated by that conservative revival for which Mallock hoped and the lines of which he predicted Is Life Worth Living Social Equality and The Limits of Pure Democracy together with Mallock s charming autobiography are especially deserving of attention from anyone interested in the conservative mind Mallock died in 1923 half forgotten even then but he has had no equal among English conservative thinkers since He spent his life in a struggle against moral and political radicalism for bulk and thoroughness quite aside from Mallock s gifts of wit and style his work is unexcelled among the body of conservative writings in any country H e accomplished unassisted what the research staff of the Conservative Political Centre now carries on as a body Throughout almost all his books is to be noticed the aspiration after a Truth which will give the soul something more than a dusty answer it is everywhere evident says Sir John Squire In the search for this truth he assailed some of the most formidable personages of his day Huxley Spencer Jowett Kidd Webb Shaw 40 And none of these writers not even Bernard Shaw came off well from a bout with Mallock 41 Mallock by Elliott amp Fry He published a volume of Poems in 1880 His 1878 book Lucretius included some verse translations from the Roman poet which he followed with Lucretius on Life and Death in 1900 a book of verse paraphrases in a style modeled after the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam by Edward FitzGerald A second edition was issued in 1910 Influence and legacy EditIronically this last work came to be highly regarded by freethinkers and other religious skeptics Corliss Lamont includes portions of the third canto in his A Humanist Funeral Service Mallock himself in his introduction seems to be offering it somewhat condescendingly for the use of such non Christians when he writes Those however who are adherents of the principles which Lucretius shares with the latest scientists of to day can hardly find the only hope which is open to them expressed by any writer with a loftier and more poignant dignity than that with which they will find it expressed by the Roman disciple of Epicurus 42 Artist Tom Phillips used Mallock s A Human Document as the basis for his project A Humument 43 in which he took a copy of the novel and constructed a work of art using its pages 44 The popular English novelist Ouida Maria Louise Rame dedicated her book of essays Views and Opinions 1895 to Mallock To W H Mallock As a slight token of personal regard and intellectual admiration 45 Works EditEvery Man his Own Poet Oxford T Shrimpton amp Son 1872 46 The New Republic or Culture Faith and Philosophy in an English Country House Vol 2 London Chatto and Windus 1877 Rep Leicester University Press 1975 The New Paul and Virginia or Positivism on an Island London Chatto amp Windus 1878 47 Is Life Worth Living London Chatto amp Windus 1879 48 49 Poems London Chatto amp Windus 1880 A Romance of the Nineteenth Century 2 Vol London Chatto amp Windus 1881 50 51 Social Equality a Short Study in a Missing Science London Richard Bentley amp Son 1882 52 53 54 55 Atheism and the Value of Life London Richard Bentley and Son 1884 Property and Progress or A brief Enquiry into Contemporary Social Agitation in England London John Murray 1884 56 The Old Order Changes Vol 2 Vol 3 London John Murray 1886 57 Lucretius London William Blackwood amp Sons 1887 In an Enchanted Island or A Winter s Retreat in Cyprus London Richard Bentley amp Son 1889 A Human Document A Novel Vol 2 Vol 3 London Chapman amp Hall 1892 Verses London Hutchinson amp Co 1893 Labour and the Popular Welfare London Adam amp Charles Black 1893 58 59 60 61 The Heart of Life Vol 2 Vol 3 London Chapman amp Hall 1895 62 63 Studies of Contemporary Superstition London Ward amp Downey Limited 1895 64 Classes and Masses or Wealth Wages and Welfare in the United Kingdom London Adam amp Charles Black 1896 65 66 Socialism and Social Discord London Published at the Central Offices of the Liberty and Property Defense League 1896 Aristocracy and Evolution A Study of the Rights the Origin and the Social Functions of the Wealthier Classes London Adam amp Charles Black 1898 67 68 69 70 Tristram Lacy or the Individualist London Chapman amp Hall 1899 71 Lucretius on Life and Death London Adam amp Charles Black 1900 Doctrine and Doctrinal Disruption London Adam amp Charles Blackie 1900 72 Religion as Credible Doctrine A Study of the Fundamental Difficulty New York The Macmillan Company 1903 73 74 75 76 77 78 The Fiscal Dispute Made Easy or A Key to the Principles Involved in the Opposite Policies London Eveleigh Nash 1903 The Veil of the Temple or From Dark to Twilight London John Murray 1904 79 80 81 The Reconstruction of Belief London Chapman amp Hall Rep as The Reconstruction of Religious Belief New York Harper amp Brothers 1905 82 83 Socialism New York The National Civic Federation 1907 A Critical Examination Of Socialism London John Murray 1908 84 85 86 87 Short Epitome of Eight Lectures on Some of the Principal Fallacies of Socialism J Truscott 1908 An Immortal Soul London George Bells amp Sons 1908 The Nation as a Business Firm an Attempt to Cut a Path Through Jungle London Adam amp Charles Black 1910 88 89 90 91 Social Reform as Related to Realities and Delusions an Examination of the Increase and Distribution of Wealth from 1801 to 1910 London John Murray 1914 The Limits of Pure Democracy London Chapman amp Hall London 1918 1st Pub 1917 92 93 94 Democracy being an Abridged Edition of The Limits of Pure Democracy with an introduction by the Duke of Northumberland London Chapman amp Hall ltd 1924 Capital War amp Wages Three Questions in Outline London Blackie amp Son Limited 1918 Memoirs of Life and Literature New York Harper amp Brothers Publishers 1920 95 96 97 98 As editor Letters Remains and Memoirs of Edward Adolphus Seymour Twelfth Duke of Somerset with Helen Guendolen Seymour Ramsden London Richard Bentley amp Son 1893 Articles Edit Prophets and Poets Dark Blue Vol XIV April 1871 The Golden Ass of Apuleius Fraser s Magazine New Series Vol XIV July December 1876 Seneca s Œdipus The Gentleman s Magazine Vol CCXL January June 1877 Modern Atheism Its Attitude Towards Morality The Contemporary Review Vol XXIX January 1877 99 Is Life Worth Living The Nineteenth Century Vol II August December 1877 Part II conclusion Vol III January June 1878 The Future of Faith The Contemporary Review Vol XXXI March 1878 Positivism on an Island The Contemporary Review Vol XXXII April 1878 100 101 A Familiar Colloquy on Recent Art The Nineteenth Century Vol IV July December 1878 Faith and Verification The Nineteenth Century Vol IV July December 1878 Dogma and Morality The Nineteenth Century Vol IV July December 1878 The Logic of Toleration The Nineteenth Century Vol V January June 1879 Intolerance and Persecution Appleton s Journal Vol VI No 32 February 1879 A Dialogue on Human Happiness The Nineteenth Century Vol VI July December 1879 102 103 Impressions of Theophrastus Such by George Elliott The Edinburgh Review Vol CL October 1879 Atheistic Methodism The Nineteenth Century Vol VII January June 1880 Atheism and the Rights of Man The Nineteenth Century Vol VII January June 1880 Atheism and Repentance A Familiar Colloquy The Nineteenth Century Vol VIII July December 1880 The Philosophy of Conservatism The Nineteenth Century Vol VIII July December 1880 104 Civilization and Equality A Familiar Colloquy The Contemporary Review Vol XL October 1881 A Missing Science The Contemporary Review Vol XL December 1881 Radicalism A Familiar Colloquy The Nineteenth Century Vol IX January June 1881 The Functions of Wealth The Contemporary Review Vol XLI February 1882 The Radicalism of the Marketplace National Review Vol I June 1883 English Radicalism and the People National Review Vol I 1883 Radicalism and the Working Classes National Review Vol II September 1883 Conservatism and Socialism The National Review Vol II 1883 Landlords and the National Income The National Review Vol II 1883 Conversations With a Solitary The North American Review Vol CXXXIV No 306 May 1882 Part II Vol CXXXVII No 322 September 1883 Part III Vol CXXXVII No 324 November 1883 How to Popularize Unpopular Political Truths National Review Vol VI 1885 The Old Order Changes National Review Vol VI 1885 The Convalescence of Faith The Forum Vol II 1886 Faith and Physical Science The Forum Vol II 1886 Notes on Mr Hyndman s Reply Fortnightly Review Vol XLI 1887 Wealth and the Working Classes Fortnightly Review Vol XLI 1887 What is the Object of Life The Forum Vol III August 1887 105 Values and Prices The Library Magazine Vol III April June 1887 Qualities of the Bourgeoisie Fortnightly Review 1887 Scientific Prospects of Labor Fortnightly Review 1887 Conservatism and the Diffusion of Property National Review Vol XI 1888 Poverty Sympathy and Economics The Forum Vol V 1888 Scenes in Cyprus Scribner s Magazine September 1888 Radicals and the Unearned Increment National Review Vol XIII 1889 Science and the Revolution Fortnightly Review Vol LII 1889 The Scientific Basis of Optimism Fortnightly Review Vol XLV 1889 106 Cowardly Agnosticism a Word with Prof Huxley Fortnightly Review April 1889 The Conditions of Great Poetry Quarterly Review Vol 192 1900 Mr Labouchere The Democrat Fortnightly Review Vol LIII 1890 Reason Alone A Reply to Father Sebastian Bowden Fortnightly Review Vol LIV 1890 A Catholic Theologian on Natural Religion Fortnightly Review Vol LIV 1890 Qualities of the Bourgeoisie Fortnightly Review Vol XLVIII 1890 Scientific Prospects of Labor Fortnightly Review Vol XLVIII 1890 The Rights of the Weak National Review 1890 Through Three Civilizations Scribner s Magazine February 1890 The Relation of Art to Truth The Forum Vol IX March 1890 The Individualist Ideal The New Review Vol IV No 21 1891 107 A Human Document Fortnightly Review Vol LVI 1891 Public Life and Private Morals Fortnightly Review Vol LV 1891 Trade Unionism and Utopia The Forum Vol XI April 1891 Wanted A New Corrupt Practices Act National Review Vol XX 1892 Amateur Christianity Fortnightly Review Vol LVII 1892 108 Poetry and Lord Lytton Fortnightly Review Vol LVII 1892 The Souls Fortnightly Review Vol LII 1892 Le Style C est L Homme The New Review Vol VI 1892 109 Lady Jeune on London Society The North American Review July 1892 Are Scott Dickens and Thackeray Obsolete The Forum December 1892 The Divisibility of Wealth New Review Vol VIII 1893 A Common Ground of Agreement for All Parties The National Review Vol XXI 1893 The Causes of the National Income The National Review Vol XXI 1893 Capital Fixed and Circulating The National Review Vol XXI 1893 Wealth Labour and Ability The National Review Vol XXI 1893 The Future Income of Labour The National Review Vol XXI 1893 The Spontaneous Diffusion of Wealth The National Review Vol XXI 1893 Social Remedies of the Labor Party Fortnightly Review Vol LIII 1893 Conservatism and Democracy Quarterly Review Vol CLXXVI January April 1893 Who Are the Greatest Wealth Producers The North American Review June 1893 The Productivity of the Individual The North American Review November 1893 Socialist in a Corner Fortnightly Review Vol LV 1894 Fabian Economics Fortnightly Review Vol LV 1894 Heart of Life Fortnightly Review Vol LVI 1894 How Socialism Differs From Individualism Public Opinion Vol XVII 1894 The Minimum of Humane Living Pall Mall Magazine January 1894 110 Fashion and Intellect The North American Review June 1894 The Significance of Modern Poverty The North American Review September 1894 Physics and Sociology Contemporary Review Vol LXVIII 1895 Religion of Humanity Nineteenth Century Vol XXXVIII 1895 The Census and the Condition of the People The Pall Mall Magazine Vol V January April 1895 The Real Quintessence of Socialism The Forum Vol XIX April 1895 Is an Income Tax Socialistic The Forum Vol XIX August 1895 Demand and Supply under Socialism The Forum Vol XX October 1895 Bimetallism and the Nature of Money Fortnightly Review Vol LX 1896 Altruism in Economics The Forum August 1896 Unrecognized Essence of Democracy Fortnightly Review Vol LXII 1897 New Study of Natural Religion Fortnightly Review Vol LXII 1897 The Buck Jumping of Labor The Nineteenth Century XLII No 247 September 1897 The Theoretical Foundation of Socialism A Reply to Mr Hyndman Cosmopolis Vol IX February 1898 Does the Church of England Teach Anything The Nineteenth Century Vol XLIV July December 1898 Mr Herbert Spencer in Self Defense The Nineteenth Century Vol XLIV July December 1898 111 The Intellectual Future of Catholicism Nineteenth Century Vol XLVI 1899 112 The Comedy of Christian Science National Review Vol XXXIII 1899 The Limitations of Art The Anglo Saxon Review Vol V June 1900 A Squire s Household in the Reign of George I The Anglo Saxon Review Vol VIII March 1901 Religion and Science Part II Fortnightly Review September November 1901 113 114 A New Light on the Bacon Shakespeare Cypher The Nineteenth Century and After Vol L July December 1901 115 The Alleged Economic Decay of Great Britain The Monthly Review Vol VI 1902 Mrs Gallup s Cypher Story Bacon Shakespeare Pope The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LI January June 1902 The Latest Shipwreck of Metaphysics The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LI January June 1902 Last Words on Mrs Gallup s Alleged Cypher The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LII July December 1902 The Myth of the Big and Little Loaf Fortnightly Review Vol LXXIV 1903 The Secret of Carlyle s Life Fortnightly Review Vol LXXIX 1903 The Gospel of Mr F W H Myers The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LIII January June 1893 116 New Facts Relating to the Bacon Shakespeare Question Part II The Pall Mall Magazine Vol XXIX January April 1903 117 The Great Fiscal Problem The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LIV July December 1903 Free Thought in the Church of England The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LVI September 1904 118 119 Free Thought in the Church of England a Rejoinder The Nineteenth Century and After July December 1904 Reconstruction of Belief The Contemporary Review Vol LXXXVII April 1905 Through Matter and Mind The Contemporary Review Vol LXXXVIII July 1905 Science and Immortality A Reply The North American Review October 1905 120 Two Attacks on Science Fortnightly Review Vol LXXXIV August 1905 Sir Oliver Lodge on Religion and Science Fortnightly Review Vol LXXXIV November 1905 Christianity as a Natural Religion The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LVIII July December 1905 121 A Guide to the Statistical Abstract The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LVIII July December 1905 122 Lodge on Life and Matter Fortnightly Review Vol LXXXVI July 1906 Great Fortunes and the Community The North American Review Vol CLXXXIII No 598 September 1906 The Expatriation of Capital The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LIX January June 1906 Two Poet Laureates on Life National Review August 1906 Rep in The Living Age Vol CCLI October 1906 The Political Powers of Labour Their Extent and Their Limitations The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LX July December 1906 123 A Critical Examination of Socialism The North American Review No 613 19 April 1907 Part II No 614 3 May 1907 Part III No 615 17 May 1907 Part IV No 616 7 June 1907 First Impressions of America The Outlook Vol LXXXVI June 1907 Christian Socialism Putnam s Monthly Vol III October 1907 March 1908 Persuasive Socialism The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXIII January June 1908 Correspondence Mr Mallock Replies The New Age Vol II No 23 11 April 1908 124 A Century of Socialistic Experiments The Dublin Review Vol CXLV No 290 291 July October 1909 The Missing Essentials in Economic Science Part II The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXV January June 1909 Part III Vol LXVI July December 1909 Phantom Millions The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXVI July December 1909 The Possibilities of an Income Tax According with the Scheme of Pitt The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXVI March 1910 125 The Facts at the Back of Unemployment The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXIX January June 1911 Socialistic Ideas and Practical Politics The Nineteenth Century and After April 1912 126 Labour Unrest as a Subject of Official Investigation The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXXI 1912 127 The Intellectual Bankruptcy of Socialism The National Review August 1912 128 Women in Parliament Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXXII 1912 The Social Data of Radicalism Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXXIII 1913 129 A Catholic Critique of Current Social Theories The Dublin Review Vol CLV No 311 July 1914 War Expenditure of the United Kingdom Fortnightly Review Vol CIV August 1915 Cost of War the Limits of Supertaxation Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXXVIII September 1915 The Distribution of Incomes The North American Review June 1916 Capital and the Cost of the War Nineteenth Century and After Vol LXXXIII January 1918 Memories of Men and Places Harper s Weekly May June 1920 Translations Lucretius on Life and Death The Anglo Saxon Review Vol III December 1899 The Bridal Hymns of Catullus The Anglo Saxon Review Vol VII December 1900 See also EditJohn Henry Newman Russell Kirk William AllinghamReferences Edit Mallock William Hurrell In New American Supplement to the Latest Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica Vol IV Ed by Day Otis Kellog New York The Werner Company 1897 p 1976 Mallock William H 1871 The Isthmus of Suez Oxford T Shrimpton amp Son Russell Frances Theresa 1920 Satire in the Victorian Novel New York The Macmillan Company Sewall John S 1879 The New Era of Intolerance New Englander and Yale Review Vol XXXVIII No 150 pp 339 349 Daiches David 1951 Malicious Panorama of Late Victorian Thought New Republic Vol 124 No 9 p 26 Cumming Mark 2004 Mallock William Hurrell In The Carlyle Encyclopedia Fairleigh Dickinson University Press p 333 a b c d One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain Chisholm Hugh ed 1911 Mallock William Hurrell Encyclopaedia Britannica 17 11th ed Cambridge University Press p 492 Patrick J Max 1956 The Portrait of Huxley in Mallock s New Republic Nineteenth Century Fiction Vol XI No 1 pp 61 69 Margolis John D 1967 W H Mallock s The New Republic A Study in Late Victorian Satire English Literature in Transition 1880 1920 Vol 10 No 1 pp 10 25 In the words of James Huneker rather cruelly treated On Rereading Mallock In Unicorns New York Charles Scribner s Sons 1917 p 153 Guy Josephine M 1998 The Victorian Age An Anthology of Sources and Documents London Routledge Greenslet Ferris 1905 Oxford In Walter Pater New York McClure Phillips amp Co pp 17 37 Wright Thomas 1907 The New Republic In The Life of Walter Pater New York G P Putnam s Sons pp 10 18 Thomas Edward 1913 Middle Life In Walter Pater A Critical Study London Martin Secker pp 41 53 Pater Walter Horatio 1876 A Study of Dionysus The Spiritual Form of Fire and Dew Fortnightly Review Vol XX No 120 pp 752 772 Rep in Greek Studies a Series of Essays London Macmillan amp Co 1920 pp 9 52 Jacobi Mary Putnam 1879 The Value of Life a Reply to Mr Mallock s Essay Is Life Worth Living New York G P Putnam s Sons Lucas John 1966 Tilting at the Moderns W H Mallock s Criticism of the Positivist Spirit Renaissance and Modern Studies Vol X No 1 pp 88 143 Christensen John M 1978 New Atlantis Revisited Science and the Victorian Tale of the Future Science Fiction Studies Vol V No 3 pp 243 249 Reynolds Henry Robert 1878 Mr Mallock s Claim on Behalf of the Church of Rome The Contemporary Review Vol XXXII pp 626 638 Conder Eustace R 1878 The Faith of the Future The Contemporary Review Vol XXXII pp 638 646 Onahan Mary Josephine 1893 Why Not the Pope Mr Mallock The Globe Vol IV No 13 pp 468 472 Catholicism and Mr W H Mallock The Dublin Review Vol XXXII No 2 April 1879 pp 261 280 Cowardly Agnosticism A Word With Prof Huxley reprinted in Popular Science Monthly Volume 35 June 1889 pp 225 251 Christianity and Agnosticism A Controversy New York Humboldt Publishing Co 1889 Lynd Helen Merrill 1945 England in the Eighteen Eighties London Oxford University Press pp 74 76 Ford D J 1974 W H Mallock and Socialism in England 1880 1918 In Kenneth D Brown ed Essays in Anti Labor History Responses to the Rise of Labor in Britain London Archon Books pp 317 342 Scudder M E 1907 Mr Mallock on Socialism The Independent Vol LXII No 3038 pp 448 449 Socialistic Fallacies The Argus 29 June 1907 p 7 Socialism Impractical W H Mallock Declares The New York Times 10 February 1907 Mallock Talks on Socialism The New York Times 13 February 1907 Wilshire Gaylord 1907 What Socialism Gives to Genius The New York Times 16 February p 6 Wilshire Gaylord 1907 The Individual and Society The New York Times 20 February p 8 Socialism Based on a Fallacy The New York Times 20 February 1907 Mallock William H 1907 Socialism New York The National Civic Federation Hillquit Morris 1907 Mr Mallock s Ability New York Socialist Literature Co Mallock William H 1908 A Critical Examination of Socialism London John Murray p vii Cheek Lee 2012 W H Mallock Revisited The Imaginative Conservative 3 January Tillotson Geoffrey 1951 Criticism and the Nineteenth Century London Athlone Press p 124 Sainstsbury George 1923 A Second Scrap Book London Macmillan amp Co pp 178 180 Fuchs James 1926 The Socialism of Shaw New York Vanguard Press Kirk Russell 1960 The Conservative Mind Chicago Henry Regnery Company pp 450 452 Mallock 1900 p xxi Phillips Tom 1980 A Humument A Treated Victorian Novel London Thames and Hudson Traister Daniel W H Mallock and A Human Document at Humument com Ouida 1895 Views and Opinions London Methuen amp Co Qualls Barry V 1978 W H Mallock s Every Man his Own Poet Victorian Poetry Vol XVI pp 176 187 A Criticism of The New Paul and Virginia The Popular Science Monthly Supplement 1878 pp 475 477 Is Life Worth Living by William Hurrell Mallock The Century Magazine September 1879 pp 788 789 French edition La Vie Vaut elle la Peine de Vivre Etude sur la Morale Positiviste Paris Pedone Lauriel 1904 A Romance of the Nineteenth Century The Literary News Vol II 1881 pp 236 237 Boodle R W 1881 Mr Mallock s A Romance of the Nineteenth Century Canadian Monthly and National Review Vol VII pp 322 327 Social Equality by William Hurrell Mallock The Century Magazine December 1882 p 307 Social Equality Library of the World s Best Literature Vol XXX 1898 pp 553 554 Hawthorne Julian 1887 Mr Mallock s Missing Science In Confessions and Criticism Boston Ticknor amp Company pp 163 171 French edition L Egalite Sociale Etude sur une Science qui nous Manque Paris Firmin Didot 1883 Mann Henry 1885 A Reply to Mr Mallock In Features of Society in Old and New England Providence Sydney S Rider 1885 MacCarthy John 1887 Mr Mallock on the Labor and Social Movements The American Catholic Quarterly Review Vol XII pp 85 110 Price L L 1894 Labor and Popular Welfare The International Journal of Ethics Vol IV No 4 pp 529 530 Breckenridge Roeliff M 1894 Labor and the Popular Welfare Political Science Quarterly Vol IX No 3 pp 555 557 Cummings John 1894 Labor and the Popular Welfare by W H Mallock Journal of Political Economy Vol 2 No 2 pp 309 312 Rousseaunism Revisited The Quarterly Review Vol CLXXIX July October 1894 pp 414 438 Macdonell Annie 1895 Mr Mallock s New Novel The Bookman Vol II No 1 p 41 The Heart of Life The Literary News Vol XVI No 9 September 1895 pp 257 258 Hull E R 1896 Mr Mallock as a Defender of Natural Religion The American Catholic Quarterly Review Vol XXI pp 618 635 Virtue G O 1896 Classes and Masses or Wealth Hopes and Welfare in the United Kingdom A Handbook of Social Facts for Practical Thinkers and Speakers by W H Mallock Journal of Political Economy Vol 4 No 4 pp 535 537 Ball Sidney 1897 Classes and Masses The International Journal of Ethics Vol VII No 3 pp 383 385 The Classes and the Masses The Bookman June 1898 p 78 Aristocracy and Evolution by William Hurrell Mallock The Outlook 15 October 1898 p 442 Crook J W 1899 Aristocracy and Evolution Annals of the American Academy of Political Science Vol XIII pp 104 106 Veblen Thorstein B 1898 Aristocracy and Evolution A Study of the Rights the Origin and the Social Functions of the Wealthier Classes by W H Mallock Journal of Political Economy Vol 6 No 3 pp 430 435 Tristram Lacy or The Individualist by W H Mallock The Bookman September 1899 p 87 Wyman Rev Henry H 1902 Doctrine Versus Doctrinal Disruption The Catholic World Vol LXXV pp 642 646 O Neill Rev John 1906 Religion as a Credible Doctrine Part II The Irish Ecclesiastical Record Vol XIX pp 21 30 113 131 Wenley R M 1904 Religion as a Credible Doctrine The American Journal of Theology Vol VIII No 2 pp 357 360 Brosnahan Timothy 1903 Mr W H Mallock s Entanglement The Messenger Vol XXXIX No 3 pp 245 262 Fox James J 1903 Mr William H Mallock s Defense of Religion The Catholic World Vol LXXVII No 458 pp 143 154 Fitzsimmons Rev S 1904 Mr Mallock on Science and Religion The American Catholic Quarterly Review Vol XXIX pp 74 92 Driscoll John T 1903 Philosophy and Science at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century The North American Review Vol CLXXVI No 556 pp 422 435 Science Versus Religion The Literary Digest 11 June 1904 p 859 Barry William 1904 Mr Mallock s Apology for Religion The Bookman July 1904 pp 135 136 Driscoll John D 1904 Mr Mallock and the Philosophy of Theism The Catholic World Vol LXXX No 475 pp 1 10 Driscoll John T 1906 Mr Mallock and the Science Philosophy The Catholic World Vol LXXXII No 492 pp 721 733 Wyman Rev Henry H 1906 Mr Mallock s Psychology A Scientific Argument The American Ecclesiastical Review Vol XXXIV No 4 pp 372 376 Abbott Lyman 1908 Socialism The Outlook Vol LXXXVIII No 10 pp 537 540 Hoxie R F 1908 A Critical Examination of Socialism by W H Mallock Journal of Political Economy Vol 16 No 8 pp 540 542 Socialism The Dublin Review Vol CXLII No 285 April 1908 pp 421 422 Chamberlain John 1989 A Reviewers Notebook A Critical Examination of Socialism The Freeman Vol XXXIX No 10 Young Allyn A 1911 Mr Mallock as Statistician and British Income Statistics The Quarterly Journal of Economics Vol XXV No 2 pp 376 386 Le Rossignol J E 1911 The Nation as a Business Firm The American Economic Review Vol I No 2 pp 399 402 Wicker George Ray 1911 The Nation as a Business Firm Political Science Quarterly Vol XXVI No 3 pp 532 533 Cross Ira B 1912 The Nation as a Business Firm Annals of the American Academy of Political Science Vol XXXIX pp 207 208 The Limits of Pure Democracy The International Journal of Ethics Vol XXVIII July 1918 pp 567 568 Durant Will 1918 Stimulating Because Untrue The Dial Vol LXV pp 115 117 Yarros Victor S 1920 Recent Assaults on Democracy In Our Revolution Essays in Interpretation Boston Richard G Badger pp 115 128 West Henry Litchfield A Lift of Enjoyment and Endeavor The Bookman Vol LII No 3 p 269 Memoirs of Life and Literature The North American Review Vol CCXII No 780 November 1920 pp 713 716 More Paul Elmer 1920 A Tory Unabashed The Weekly Review Vol III No 76 p 377 A Crusader in Behalf of Conservatism Current Opinion Vol LXIX 1920 pp 851 853 Bevington Louisa Sarah 1879 Modern Atheism and Mr Mallock Conclusion The Nineteenth Century Vol VI pp 585 603 999 1020 Rep in The New York Times 21 April 1878 Rep in The Popular Science Monthly Supplement Vol XIII XVIII 1878 Rep in The Eclectic Magazine Vol XXX July December 1879 Rep in The Library Magazine Vol II 1880 Rep in The Library Magazine Vol VI 1880 Romanes George J 1887 What is the Object of Life The Forum Vol III pp 345 352 Le Sueur William Dawson 1889 Mr Mallock on Optimism Popular Science Monthly Vol XXXV pp 531 541 Buckley Catherine 1978 Morris and his Critics Journal of William Morris Society Vol III No 4 pp 14 19 Rep in The Eclectic Magazine Vol LVI July December 1892 Rep in The Living Age Vol CXCIII 1892 Moffat Robert Scott 1894 Mr W H Mallock on the Living Wage The Free Review Vol II pp 17 35 Spencer Herbert 1898 What is Social Evolution The Nineteenth Century Vol XLIV pp 348 358 The Intellectual Future of Catholicism The Tablet 4 November 1899 p 738 739 Fox James J 1902 Mr W H Mallock on The Conflict of Science and Religion The Catholic World Vol LXXIV pp 424 432 Maher Michael 1902 Reply to Mr W H Mallock s Criticism In Psychology Empirical and Rational London Longmans Green amp Co pp 603 610 Candler H 1902 Mrs Gallup s Cypher Story A Reply to Mr Mallock The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LI pp 39 49 Myers F W H 1903 Human Personality Vol II New York amp Bombay Longmans Green amp Co Greg Walter W 1903 Facts and Fancies in Baconian Theory The Library New Series Vol IV pp 47 62 Withworth W Allen 1904 Free Thought in the Church England a Reply The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LVI pp 737 745 Smith H Maynard 1904 Mr Mallock and the Bishop of Worcester The Nineteenth Century and After Vol LVI pp 746 755 Christison J Sanderson 1905 Science and Immortality The North American Review Vol CLXXX No 583 pp 842 855 Sullivan William L 1906 Mr Mallock on the Naturalness of Christianity The Catholic World Vol LXXXII pp 527 536 Wilson A J 1906 Mr W H Mallock Statistical Abstract The Investors Review Vol XVII No 418 pp 2 6 Rep in The Living Age Vol XXXII July September 1906 Sharp Clifford 1908 A Challenge to Mr Mallock The New Age Vol II No 23 p 449 Smith Robert H 1911 Distribution of Income in Great Britain and Incidence of Income Tax The Quarterly Journal of Economics Vol XXV pp 216 238 Rep in The Living Age Vol CCLXXIII 1912 Rep in The Living Age Vol CCLXXIV 1912 Rep in The Living Age Vol CCLXXIV 1912 Rep in The Living Age Vol CCLXXVII 1913 Further reading EditAdams Amy Belle 1934 The Novels of William Hurrell Mallock University of Maine Studies Second Series No 30 Orono University of Maine Press Bain James Tom 1972 The Social Conservatism of W H Mallock Thesis M A Tulane University Brown Douglas P 2004 The Formation of the Thought of a Young English Conservative W H Mallock and the Contest for Cultural and Socio Economic Authority 1849 1884 PhD dissertation University of Missouri Buckley Jerome 1964 The Victorian Temper New York Vintage Books Burn W L 1949 English Conservatism The Nineteenth Century Vol CXLV pp 1 11 67 76 Coker Francis W 1933 Mallock William H 1849 1923 In Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences Ed by Edwin R A Seligman amp Alvin Johnson Vol X London Macmillan amp Co pp 66 67 Denisoff Dennis 2001 The Leering Creatures of W H Mallock and Vernon Lee In Aestheticism and Sexual Parody 1840 1940 Cambridge University Press Douglas Roy 2003 Mallock and the Most Elaborate Answer The American Journal of Economics and Sociology Vol LXII No 5 pp 117 136 Eccleshall Robert 1990 English Conservatism Since the Restoration An Introduction amp Anthology London Unwin Hyman Gartner Russell R 1979 William Hurrell Mallock An Intellectual Biography PhD dissertation City University of New York Egedy Gergely 2004 Conservatism versus Socialism The late Victorian Prophet of Inequality Mallock Tarsadalomkutatas Social Science Research Vol XXII No 1 pp 147 161 Hobson John A 1898 Mr Mallock as Political Economists The Contemporary Review Vol LXXIII pp 528 539 Ingalls Joshua King 1885 Social Wealth The Sole Factors and Exact Ratios in its Acquirement and Apportionment New York Social Science Pub Co Jennings Jeremy 1991 Masses Democratie et Aristocratie dans le Pensee Politique en Angleterre Mil Neuf Cent Vol IX No 9 pp 99 112 Jarrett Keer Martim 1985 W H Mallock Radical Tory Romantic Classicist PN Review Vol XI No 5 Kearney Anthony 2012 W H Mallock s Jenkinson and Thomas Love Peacock s Jenkison a Likely Connection Notes and Queries Vol LIX No 3 pp 387 390 Kirk Russell 1982 The Portable Conservative Reader New York Viking Press Krueger Christine L 2003 Mallock William Hurrell 1849 1923 In Encyclopedia of British Writers 19th and 20th Centuries New York Facts on File Inc 223 224 Leon Daniel De 1908 Marx on Mallock Daily People Vol VIII No 245 Lucas John 1971 Conservatism and Revolution in the 1880s In Literature and Politics in the Nineteenth Century London Taylor amp Francis pp 173 219 Lutzi Pearl Antoinette 1917 The Social and Religious Ideas of W H Mallock Thesis M A University of California McCandless Amy Maureen Thompson 1970 Change and the Conservative A Study of William Hurrell Mallock Thesis M A University of Wisconsin Madison Muller Jerry Z 1997 Conservatism An Anthology of Social and Political Thought from David Hume to the Present Princeton University Press Nickerson Charles C 1963 A Bibliography of the Novels of W H Mallock English Literature in Transition 1880 1920 Vol VI No 4 pp 190 198 Peters J N 2004 William Hurrell Mallock In H C G Matthew amp Brian Harrison eds Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Vol 36 Oxford Oxford University Press pp 337 338 Ramos Iolanda 2006 Clues to Utopia in W H Mallock s The New Republic Spaces of Utopia An Electronic Journal No 2 pp 28 41 Reichert William O 1956 The Conservative Mind of William Hurrell Mallock PhD dissertation University of Minnesota Scott Patrick G 1971 Mallock and Clough A Correction Nineteenth Century Fiction Vol XXVI No 3 pp 347 348 Scott T H S 1897 Social Transformations of the Victorian Age New York Charles Scribner s Sons Sitwell Osbert Laughter in the Next Room Boston Little Brown amp Company Spargo John 1907 Modern Socialism Chicago Charles H Kerr amp Company Thorne W H 1893 The Mallock Light The Globe Vol IV No 13 August November pp 459 468 Todd Arthur James 1926 Theories of Social Progress New York The Macmillan Company Tucker Albert V 1962 W H Mallock and Late Victorian Conservatism University of Toronto Quarterly Vol XXXI No 2 pp 223 241 Wallace George 1908 Cause and Growth of Socialism In The Disinherited Observations in Travel New York J S Ogilvie Publishing Company Williams Raymond 1960 W H Mallock In Culture amp Society 1780 1950 New York Anchor Books Wilshire Gaylord 1907 Socialism The Mallock Wilshire Argument New York Wilshire Book Co Woodring Carl 1947 William H Mallock A Neglected Wit More Books Vol XII Woodring Carl 1951 Notes on Mallock s The New Republic Nineteenth Century Fiction Vol VI pp 71 74 Wolff Robert Lee 1977 Gains and Losses Novels of Faith and Doubt in Victorian England New York and London Garland Publishing Yarker P M 1955 Voltaire Among the Positivists A Study of W H Mallock s The New Paul and Virginia In Essays and Studies London John Murray Yarker P M 1959 W H Mallock s Other Novels Nineteenth Century Fiction Vol XIV No 3 pp 189 205 External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to William Hurrell Mallock Wikisource has original works written by or about William Hurrell MallockWorks by William Hurrell Mallock at Project Gutenberg Works by W H William Hurrell Mallock at Faded Page Canada Works by or about William Hurrell Mallock at Internet Archive Works by William Hurrell Mallock at Google Books Works by William Hurrell Mallock at Hathi Trust Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title William Hurrell Mallock amp oldid 1052231794, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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