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28) Now 'Hector', we hear at the end of the book, in an unusual afflux of the present tense for a Walter Scott novel, 'is rising rapidly in the army, and has been more than once mentioned in the Gazette'; The antiquary 'is [.
In the Cotton biography, Mirrlees harks back to the Elizabethan era for her model of antiquarianism, Cotton, as a leading antiquary of the period, providing a focal point.
9) Within months, and two years before publishing his academic pamphlet, James had partially revealed the discovery in fictional form, spinning his discovery of the wandering glass into a tale to fill out Ghost-Stories of an Antiquary brought out for the Christmas season of 1904.
This comic, and, for the proud baronet, extremely embarrassing encounter points to a complex political and economical context that informs The Antiquary.
Woolson presents the interpretive relationship between the male antiquary and women's art according to what she saw as the tendency of myopic critics to misinterpret, overlook, or undervalue her own art as well as that of other aspiring women artists.
There are notes about other Australian theatrical performances in King's handwriting on the back of the sheet, addressed to George Chalmers (1742-1825), a writer, antiquary and Chief Clerk to a Privy Council Committee on Trade and Foreign Plantations.
The Antiquary at Roy Sim Antiques Lower Mill Street, Blairgowrie.
In Canon Alberic's Scrapbook, a young Cambridge antiquary discovers the dark side of manuscript illumination, in a medieval town in the French Pyrenees.
M R James's Ghost Stories of an Antiquary, first published over a century ago, are still the most admired tales of the supernatural in the English language.
Griffith, "Harry of Monmouth, Henry V of England: Local Esteem and National Reputation," The Monmouthshire Antiquary, 19 (2003): 80.
John Stow, antiquary, chronicler, topographer, editor, collector of manuscripts, and merchant tailor, was an elder contemporary of Shakespeare whose work impinged most directly on Shakespeare's through Stow s contributions to Holinshed's Chronicles and possibly through Stew's updated (and unsuccessful) rival to Holinshed, the Annals of 1592.
We first met Jonathan Oldbuck in Scott's third novel, The Antiquary, which lampoons the practice of antiquarianism.