Previously published as: The evidence for the resurrection of Jesus Christ. London : s.n., 1865.
|Statement||edited and introduced by Robert Johnstone ; with an appendix by W.B. Primrose.|
|Contributions||Johnstone, Robert, D.D., Primrose, W. B.|
|LC Classifications||BT480 .B97 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||81125382|
3. The Ironies of Biblical Criticism: From Samuel Butler’s ‘Resurrection’ Essay and The Fair Haven to Erewhon Revisited was published in Samuel Butler Author: Elinor Shaffer. Having doubled his capital in New Zealand, Butler returned to England () and took the apartment in Clifford’s Inn, London, which was to be his home for the rest of his life. Erewhon: Or, Over the Range - Ebook written by Samuel Butler. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline . Samuel Butler (), Victorian satirist, critic, and visual artist, possessed one of the most original and inquiring imaginations of his age. The author of two .
This was followed by The Fair Haven, an attack on the Resurrection, making clear the religious skepticism which had turned Butler against a career in the s: Erewhon: or, Over the Range (/ ɛ r ɛ hw ɒ n /) is a novel by Samuel Butler which was first published anonymously in , set in a fictional country discovered and explored by the protagonist. Butler meant the title to be understood as the word "nowhere" backwards even though the letters "h" and "w" are book is a satire on Victorian society. Erewhon. Samuel Butler The Book of the Machines Chapter The writer commences: “There was a time when the earth was to all appearance utterly destitute both of animal and vegetable life, and when according to the opinion of our best philosophers it was simply a hot round ball with a crust gradually cooling. This was followed by The Fair Haven, an attack on the Resurrection, making clear the religious skepticism which had turned Butler against a career in the church.
For the author of Hudibras, see Samuel Butler. Samuel Butler was an iconoclastic Victorian author who published a variety of works, including the Utopian satire Erewhon and the posthumous novel The Way of All Flesh, his two best-known works, but also extending to examinations of Christian orthodoxy, substantive studies of evolutionary thought, studies of Italian art, and works of literary /5(2). Erewhon, satirical novel by Samuel Butler, first published anonymously in During Butler’s lifetime, his reputation rested on the success of Erewhon, which he claimed as his own when it met with immediate approval. It was the only work from which Butler earned a profit. The name of the realm. Dec. 4. Samuel Butler born at Langar Rectory, Nottingham, son of the Rev. Thomas Butler, who was the son of Dr. Samuel Butler, Headmaster of Shrewsbury School from to , and afterwards Bishop of Lichfield. –4. Spent the winter in Rome and Naples with his family. Went to school at Allesley, near Coventry. Samuel Butler () was the son of a clergyman. This was followed by The Fair Haven, an attack on the Resurrection, making clear the religious skepticism which had turned Butler against a career in the church. Books by Samuel Butler. Erewhon. Samuel Butler. Be the first to find out about Samuel Butler.