Henry Kingsley Revsted. Studes of a Nineteenth-Century Popular British Novelist
|Author: ||Scheuerle, William H.|
Henry Kingsley (1830-1876), the younger brother of famed novelist Charles Kingsley, showed signs of brilliance in his early works, but the majority of the twenty novels he published were either panned or simply ignored. Following a brief period of marginal fame in the early 1860s, the remainder of Kingsley's life was marked by literary failure and poverty.