Tom Brown at Oxford

Item Type: JASP Known Contents
Creator: Thomas Hughes
Publisher: MacMillan's Magazine
Issued: 1859-61
Edition: Published as a serial between November 1859 and 1861
Language: English
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SOURCE
Evidence Type: Letter
Volume: Page (Letter): 1: 268 (162)
Date: January 31, 1861
Addressed To?: Charlotte Symonds
Importance?: Read for amusement
Owned?: No, most likely read in the library of a private club
Evidence: “Moreover I do read for my amusement. I am carrying on 4 periodical novels- Tom Brown [at Oxford], Framley Parsonage, Great Expectations, & Thackeray's new tale. These I consume after dinner at the Union [Symonds's club on Trafalgar Square, London: cf. Memoirs, 255] for an hour, at wh time the Noel Room becomes insupportably hot.”
Source Contributor: Yuhan Deng