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Cardinal Newman - Susan Foister
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PEACHPIT PRESS, 1998. Paperback. Used; Good. Ex Library. Number of pages: 304. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Bookbarn International Inventory #233431, PEACHPIT PRESS, 1998, HP BOOKS, 1989. Paperback. Used; Good. Binding: Paperback. Number of pages: 160. Ex. Library copy - usual stamps and marks. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Bookbarn International Inventory #984697, HP BOOKS, 1989, Peachpit Press, 2006. Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Paperback: Condition: Acceptable - Reading copy ONLY Corners bumped. Internally good. Some damage to corners of the book, but book internally good. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Bookbarn International Inventory #36226, Peachpit Press, 2006, PEACHPIT PRESS, 2005. Paperback. Used; Good. Paperback: 648 pages; Used but in Good Condition for sensible price. With Index. With photographs. Wear to head & tail of spine. Spine creased. With disc. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Bookbarn International Inventory #330340, PEACHPIT PRESS, 2005, AMPHOTO BOOKS, 1986. Paperback. Used; Good. Paperback: 176 pages; Used but in Good Condition for sensible price. With photographs. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Bookbarn International, AMPHOTO BOOKS, 1986, PEARSON EDUCATION LTD., 1992. Paperback. Used; Very Good. Number of pages: 753. Condition: Very Good. May show some slight signs of wear. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Bookbarn International Invent, PEARSON EDUCATION LTD., 1992, PEACHPIT PRESS, 2004. Paperback. Used; Good. Ex Library. 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Internally good. 159 pages <p><i>Ships from the UK within 24 hours.</i> <br/><strong>Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. </strong>, HP BOOKS (AUTOMOTIVE TITLES ONLY), 1990, HP BOOKS (AUTOMOTIVE TITLES ONLY), 1990. Paperback. Used; Good. <p><i>Ships from the UK within 24 hours.</i> <br/><strong>Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. </strong> <br/>Bookbarn International Inventory #1868977</p>, HP BOOKS (AUTOMOTIVE TITLES ONLY), 1990, HP BOOKS (AUTOMOTIVE TITLES ONLY), 1990. Paperback. Used; Good. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Your purchase helps support authors through the Book Author Resale Right. Bookbarn International Inventory #2299351, HP BOOKS (AUTOMOTIVE TITLES ONLY), 1990, National Portrait Gallery Publications, UK, 1990. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. 88 Pages. Cover and foredges of the page are slightly marked. The Victorian, John Henry Newman, found himself at the centre of controversy. As an Anglican don and a leader of the Oxford Movement he wrestled with the problems of the relationship between the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches which are still making news headlines today. His solution - to convert to Roman Catholicism in 1845 - stunned his contemporaries: Gladstone saw it as the greatest religious crisis since the Reformation. As a Catholic, Newman continued to be an important and controversial figure in England; his significance was recognized by the accolade of his elevation to Cardinal in 1879. Newman is probable best known today for his writings: his "Apologia pro Vita Sua" is an autobiography, while "The Idea of a University" formulates a blueprint which is still recognized as the model for the functioning of universities today. Newman also wrote some of the best-loved English verse - the hymn "Lead Kindly Light" and "The Dream of Gerontius". The exhibition includes images of Newman spanning the whole of his life and from many points of view: miniatures, busts and formal oil portraits, caricatures, sketches and photographs, most of which have never been exhibited since Newman's lifetime. Portraits of many of Newman's contemporaries are also included, as well as a selection of important original manuscripts of Newman's best-known writings. Other parts of the exhibition focus on Newman's early life, his career at Oxford, and his involvment with the Catholic Oratorian movement in England. Special sections are devoted to the historical background of the period, including the Gothic revival controversies linked with the Oxford Movement, and to the composition of Elgar's "Dream of Gerontius". This catalogue accompanies the exhibition. Book Description: The Victorian, John Henry Newman, found himself at the centre of controversy. As an Anglican don and a leader of the Oxford Movement he wrestled with the problems of the relationship between the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches which are still making news headlines today. His solution - to convert to Roman Catholicism in 1845 - stunned his contemporaries: Gladstone saw it as the greatest religious crisis since the Reformation. As a Catholic, Newman continued to be an important and controversial figure in England; his significance was recognized by the accolade of his elevation to Cardinal in 1879. Newman is probable best known today for his writings: his "Apologia pro Vita Sua" is an autobiography, while "The Idea of a University" formulates a blueprint which is still recognized as the model for the functioning of universities today. Newman also wrote some of the best-loved English verse - the hymn "Lead Kindly Light" and "The Dream of Gerontius". The exhibition includes images of Newman spanning the whole of his life and from many points of view: miniatures, busts and formal oil portraits, caricatures, sketches and photographs, most of which have never been exhibited since Newman's lifetime. Portraits of many of Newman's contemporaries are also included, as well as a selection of important original manuscripts of Newman's best-known writings. Other parts of the exhibition focus on Newman's early life, his career at Oxford, and his involvment with the Catholic Oratorian movement in England. Special sections are devoted to the historical background of the period, including the Gothic revival controversies linked with the Oxford Movement, and to the composition of Elgar's "Dream of Gerontius". This catalogue accompanies the exhibition. Size: 22.3 x 0.9 x 27.7 cm. 88 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Art & Design; Architecture. ISBN: 1855140233. ISBN/EAN: 9781855140233. Inventory No: X129-1067. . 9781855140233, National Portrait Gallery Publications, 1990

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Cardinal Newman - Taschenbuch

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National Portrait Gallery Publications, UK, 1990. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. 88 Pages. Cover and foredges of the page are slightly marked. The Victorian, John Henry Newman, found himself at the centre of controversy. As an Anglican don and a leader of the Oxford Movement he wrestled with the problems of the relationship between the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches which are still making news headlines today. His solution - to convert to Roman Catholicism in 1845 - stunned his contemporaries: Gladstone saw it as the greatest religious crisis since the Reformation. As a Catholic, Newman continued to be an important and controversial figure in England; his significance was recognized by the accolade of his elevation to Cardinal in 1879. Newman is probable best known today for his writings: his "Apologia pro Vita Sua" is an autobiography, while "The Idea of a University" formulates a blueprint which is still recognized as the model for the functioning of universities today. Newman also wrote some of the best-loved English verse - the hymn "Lead Kindly Light" and "The Dream of Gerontius". The exhibition includes images of Newman spanning the whole of his life and from many points of view: miniatures, busts and formal oil portraits, caricatures, sketches and photographs, most of which have never been exhibited since Newman's lifetime. Portraits of many of Newman's contemporaries are also included, as well as a selection of important original manuscripts of Newman's best-known writings. Other parts of the exhibition focus on Newman's early life, his career at Oxford, and his involvment with the Catholic Oratorian movement in England. Special sections are devoted to the historical background of the period, including the Gothic revival controversies linked with the Oxford Movement, and to the composition of Elgar's "Dream of Gerontius". This catalogue accompanies the exhibition. Book Description: The Victorian, John Henry Newman, found himself at the centre of controversy. As an Anglican don and a leader of the Oxford Movement he wrestled with the problems of the relationship between the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches which are still making news headlines today. His solution - to convert to Roman Catholicism in 1845 - stunned his contemporaries: Gladstone saw it as the greatest religious crisis since the Reformation. As a Catholic, Newman continued to be an important and controversial figure in England; his significance was recognized by the accolade of his elevation to Cardinal in 1879. Newman is probable best known today for his writings: his "Apologia pro Vita Sua" is an autobiography, while "The Idea of a University" formulates a blueprint which is still recognized as the model for the functioning of universities today. Newman also wrote some of the best-loved English verse - the hymn "Lead Kindly Light" and "The Dream of Gerontius". The exhibition includes images of Newman spanning the whole of his life and from many points of view: miniatures, busts and formal oil portraits, caricatures, sketches and photographs, most of which have never been exhibited since Newman's lifetime. Portraits of many of Newman's contemporaries are also included, as well as a selection of important original manuscripts of Newman's best-known writings. Other parts of the exhibition focus on Newman's early life, his career at Oxford, and his involvment with the Catholic Oratorian movement in England. Special sections are devoted to the historical background of the period, including the Gothic revival controversies linked with the Oxford Movement, and to the composition of Elgar's "Dream of Gerontius". This catalogue accompanies the exhibition. Size: 22.3 x 0.9 x 27.7 cm. 88 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Art & Design; Architecture. ISBN: 1855140233. ISBN/EAN: 9781855140233. Inventory No: X129-1067. . 9781855140233, National Portrait Gallery Publications, 1990

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Cardinal Newman - Erstausgabe

1990, ISBN: 1855140233

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[EAN: 9781855140233], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: National Portrait Gallery Publications, UK], ART & DESIGN BZDB395 THEOLOGIAN, BIOGRAPHY, JOHN HENRY NEWMAN DESIGN; ARCHITECTURE. CARDINAL ARCHITECTURE, Art|General, Biography & Autobiography|Religious, 88 Pages. Cover and foredges of the page are slightly marked. The Victorian, John Henry Newman, found himself at the centre of controversy. As an Anglican don and a leader of the Oxford Movement he wrestled with the problems of the relationship between the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches which are still making news headlines today. His solution - to convert to Roman Catholicism in 1845 - stunned his contemporaries: Gladstone saw it as the greatest religious crisis since the Reformation. As a Catholic, Newman continued to be an important and controversial figure in England; his significance was recognized by the accolade of his elevation to Cardinal in 1879. Newman is probable best known today for his writings: his "Apologia pro Vita Sua" is an autobiography, while "The Idea of a University" formulates a blueprint which is still recognized as the model for the functioning of universities today. Newman also wrote some of the best-loved English verse - the hymn "Lead Kindly Light" and "The Dream of Gerontius". The exhibition includes images of Newman spanning the whole of his life and from many points of view: miniatures, busts and formal oil portraits, caricatures, sketches and photographs, most of which have never been exhibited since Newman's lifetime. Portraits of many of Newman's contemporaries are also included, as well as a selection of important original manuscripts of Newman's best-known writings. Other parts of the exhibition focus on Newman's early life, his career at Oxford, and his involvment with the Catholic Oratorian movement in England. Special sections are devoted to the historical background of the period, including the Gothic revival controversies linked with the Oxford Movement, and to the composition of Elgar's "Dream of Gerontius". This catalogue accompanies the exhibition. Book Description: The Victorian, John Henry Newman, found himself at the centre of controversy. As an Anglican don and a leader of the Oxford Movement he wrestled with the problems of the relationship between the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches which are still making news headlines today. His solution - to convert to Roman Catholicism in 1845 - stunned his contemporaries: Gladstone saw it as the greatest religious crisis since the Reformation. As a Catholic, Newman continued to be an important and controversial figure in England; his significance was recognized by the accolade of his elevation to Cardinal in 1879. Newman is probable best known today for his writings: his "Apologia pro Vita Sua" is an autobiography, while "The Idea of a University" formulates a blueprint which is still recognized as the model for the functioning of universities today. Newman also wrote some of the best-loved English verse - the hymn "Lead Kindly Light" and "The Dream of Gerontius". The exhibition includes images of Newman spanning the whole of his life and from many points of view: miniatures, busts and formal oil portraits, caricatures, sketches and photographs, most of which have never been exhibited since Newman's lifetime. Portraits of many of Newman's contemporaries are also included, as well as a selection of important original manuscripts of Newman's best-known writings. Other parts of the exhibition focus on Newman's early life, his career at Oxford, and his involvment with the Catholic Oratorian movement in England. Special sections are devoted to the historical background of the period, including the Gothic revival controversies linked with the Oxford Movement, and to the composition of Elgar's "Dream of Gerontius". This catalogue accompanies the exhibition. Size: 22.3 x 0.9 x 27.7 cm. 88 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Art & Design; Architecture. ISBN: 1855140233. ISBN/EAN: 9781855140233. Inventory No: X129-1067.

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Cardinal Newman, 1801-90: A Centenary Exhibition - Susan Foister, Owen Chadwick
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