The Oxford Movement Further Reading - Essay

Further Reading

(Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism)

Abercrombie, Nigel. "Some Directions of the Oxford Movement." The Dublin Review 193, No. 386 (July 1933): 74-84.

Provides a general introduction to the Oxford Movement and its influence on intellectual history since the nineteenth century.

Brendon, Piers. "Newman, Keble, and Froude's Remains." The English Historical Review 345 (October 1972): 697-716.

Compares the two major texts of the Oxford Movement—Newman's Tract 90 and Froude's Remains.

Butler, Perry. Gladstone: Church, State, and Tractarianism. A Study of His Religious Attitudes,...

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