|Series||The People"s library|
|LC Classifications||PR4516 J6 1907|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||486|
John Halifax, Gentleman follows the fortunes of a poor orphan who is befriended by the narrator, Phineas Fletcher, the invalid son of a Quaker tanner in an English provincial town. He raises himself up from his humble beginnings, and the book reflects the changing conditions in England during the late 18th and early 19th century, as the Industrial Revolution and the rise /5(44). John Halifax, Gentleman is the story of a David and Jonathon-like friendship. It is also about a long and happy marriage. But mostly it recounts the life of a man who never backs down from his principles. The book proposed the “revolutionary” idea that a man is not a gentleman primarily because of wealth and title, but because of integrity /5(19). John Halifax, Gentleman [MRS. CRAIK] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 4 X 6, P. ILLUSTRATIONS BY A. A. DIXON/5(19). VG/, cpw by publisher, first American ed, Dinah Maria Mulock, ill., Augustus Hoppin, John Halifax, Gentleman, green cloth boards with gilt lett as author's signature on cover and gilt lett on spine, surprisingly white pp, 13x19cm, frontis and 4 ill by Augustus Hoppin, top 1/2'' cut from title p, very slight wear to spine t&b, a tight.
John Halifax, Gentleman. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at John Halifax is an orphan, determined to make his way in the world through honest hard work. He is taken in by a tanner, Abel Fletcher, who is a Quaker, and thus meets Phineas, who is Abel's son. The book follows John's adventures as he struggles to achieve success in life and it is a presentation of the ideals of English middle-class life/5(38). John Halifax, Gentleman. Dinah Maria Mulock Craik. Harper, - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review. LibraryThing Review User Review - jannid - LibraryThing. John Halifax, Gentleman is an excellent study of a town's social caste system based upon wealth and religion and the effect that system had on one family and young man in particular.5/5(1).
A Noble Life, by the Author of John Halifax, Gentleman. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. He did not succeed to the title; /5. John Halifax, Gentleman by Mrs Craik and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at John Halifax, the first friend he ever had, is a poor orphan who is taken in by his father to help in the work which his sickly son can't constantly do. Phineas tells us in an unforgettable way how John succeeded in rising from his humble beginning and become a wealthy and successful : Dinah Craik. From John Stuart Mill, The Subjection of Women () Appendix D: Reviews “New Novels: John Halifax, Gentleman,” Athenaeum (26 April ) From [Stopford Brooke], “Notes upon New Books: John Halifax,” Dublin University Magazine (October ) From [R.H. Hutton], “Novels by the Authoress of ‘John Halifax,’” North British Review.