Henry Kingsley: Ravenshoe


This paper examines Henry Kingsley's critical reception and his uncertain position in nineteenth century literary history. Wellings examines elements of Ravenshoe otherwise not accounted for in extant criticism, in order to 'find a more appropriate critical apparatus for the tale'.

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Published 1 October 1969 in Volume 4 No. 2. Subjects: Australian literature - International influences, Critical reception, Use of language, Writer's recognition & popularity, Henry Kingsley.

Cite as: Wellings, N. G.. ‘Henry Kingsley: Ravenshoe.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 4, no. 2, 1969, doi: 10.20314/als.458fc9c336.