||Religion, Women's Education and Oxford -- T. H. Green : Christianity and moral philosophy -- Mary Ward : writing, doubt and Christian religion -- Mary Ward : citizen and social reformer -- Family, fame and London society -- T. H. Green : marriage, the family unit and society -- Mary Ward : fiction, divorce and inequality -- Mary Ward : educational visions and the Bloomsbury community -- Liberal politcs, women and the public sphere -- T.H. Green : political theory and liberalism -- Mary Ward : socialism and state intervention -- chapter 13: Mary Ward: women and political action.
||"This book examines Mary Ward's distinctive insight into late-Victorian and Edwardian society as a famous writer and reformer, who was inspired by the philosopher and British idealist, Thomas Hill Green. As a talented woman who had studied among Oxford University intellectuals in the 1870s, and the granddaughter of Dr Arnold of Rugby, Mrs Humphry Ward (as she was best known) was in a unique position to participate in the debates, issues and events that shaped her generation; religious doubt and Christianity, educational reforms, socialism, women's suffrage and the First World War. Helen Loader examines a range of biographical sources, alongside Mary Ward's writings and social reform activities, to demonstrate how she expressed and engaged with Greenian idealism, both in theory and practice, and made a significant contribution to British Society."-- Back cover.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references, (pages 263-274) and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Loader, Helen Mrs Humphry Ward and Greenian philosophy Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan 9783030141097|
|Genre/form||Criticism, interpretation, etc.|