- Charles Kingsley's The Water Babies and the Origins Debate
- Child Death in The Water Babies
- Charles Kingsley’s Commitment to Social Reform
- Muscular Christianity, chivalry, and Public School education
- Charles Kingsley and F. D. Maurice on St. Elizabeth
- Purging Christianity of Its Semitic Origins: Arnold, Kingsley, and the Bible
- Definition in Kingsley's sermons
- Thomas Babington Macaulay and Charles Kingsley Celebrate the Baconian ‘Revolution’
- The Eighteenth Century Was the Source of Nineteenth-Century Progress
- “Very unfaithful was chivalry to its ideal”
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