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Finding that he could get no work done at home, he spent more and more time away until September , when he realised how grave his wife's condition was.
Struck by guilt, he set out with his wife to Ireland. During the crossing she threw herself from a water-closet into the sea, but she was pulled from the waters.
They fled back home after a four-week battle with her mother. From November to February Isabella was in and out of professional care, as her condition waxed and waned.
She eventually deteriorated into a permanent state of detachment from reality. Thackeray desperately sought cures for her, but nothing worked, and she ended up in two different asylums in or near Paris until , after which Thackeray took her back to England, where he installed her with a Mrs Bakewell at Camberwell.
Isabella outlived her husband by 30 years, in the end being cared for by a family named Thompson in Leigh-on-Sea at Southend until her death in In Mr Brookfield barred Thackeray from further visits to or correspondence with Jane.
Baxter, an American twenty years Thackeray's junior whom he met during a lecture tour in New York City in , married another man in However, as the book appealed to anti-Irish sentiment in Britain at the time, Thackeray was given the job of being Punch ' s Irish expert, often under the pseudonym Hibernis Hibernior.
Even before Vanity Fair completed its serial run Thackeray had become a celebrity, sought after by the very lords and ladies whom he satirised. They hailed him as the equal of Charles Dickens.
He remained "at the top of the tree", as he put it, for the rest of his life, during which he produced several large novels, notably Pendennis , The Newcomes and The History of Henry Esmond , despite various illnesses, including a near-fatal one that struck him in in the middle of writing Pendennis.
He twice visited the United States on lecture tours during this period. Thackeray also gave lectures in London on the English humorists of the eighteenth century, and on the first four Hanoverian monarchs.
The latter series was published in book form as The Four Georges. In Thackeray became editor of the newly established Cornhill Magazine ,  but he was never comfortable in the role, preferring to contribute to the magazine as the writer of a column called "Roundabout Papers".
Thackeray's health worsened during the s and he was plagued by a recurring stricture of the urethra that laid him up for days at a time.
He also felt that he had lost much of his creative impetus. He worsened matters by excessive eating and drinking, and avoiding exercise, though he enjoyed riding he kept a horse.
He has been described as "the greatest literary glutton who ever lived". His main activity apart from writing was "gutting and gorging".
On 23 December , after returning from dining out and before dressing for bed, he suffered a stroke. He was found dead in his bed the following morning.
His death at the age of fifty-two was entirely unexpected, and shocked his family, his friends and the reading public.
An estimated 7, people attended his funeral at Kensington Gardens. Thackeray began as a satirist and parodist, writing works that displayed a sneaking fondness for roguish upstarts such as Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair , and the title characters of The Luck of Barry Lyndon and Catherine.
In his earliest works, written under such pseudonyms as Charles James Yellowplush, Michael Angelo Titmarsh and George Savage Fitz-Boodle, he tended towards savagery in his attacks on high society, military prowess, the institution of marriage and hypocrisy.
One of his earliest works, "Timbuctoo" , contains a burlesque upon the subject set for the Cambridge Chancellor's Medal for English Verse the contest was won by Tennyson with "Timbuctoo".
Thackeray's writing career really began with a series of satirical sketches now usually known as The Yellowplush Papers , which appeared in Fraser's Magazine beginning in Between May and February Fraser's published the work sometimes considered Thackeray's first novel, Catherine.
Originally intended as a satire of the Newgate school of crime fiction, it ended up being more of a picaresque tale. He also began work, never finished, on the novel later published as A Shabby Genteel Story.
Thackeray is probably best known now for Vanity Fair. Literary theorist Kornelije Kvas wrote that "the meteoric rise of the heroine of Vanity Fair Rebecca Sharp is a satirical presentation of the striving for profit, power and social recognition of the new middle class.
Old and new members of the middle class strive to emulate the lifestyle of the higher class noblemen and landowners , and thereby to increase their material possessions and to own luxury objects.
In Vanity Fair , one can observe a greater degree of violation of moral values among members of the new middle class, for the decline of morality is proportionate to the degree of closeness of the individual to the market and its laws.
These later works include Pendennis , a Bildungsroman depicting the coming of age of Arthur Pendennis, an alter ego of Thackeray, who also features as the narrator of two later novels, The Newcomes and The Adventures of Philip.
The Newcomes is noteworthy for its critical portrayal of the "marriage market," while Philip is known for its semi-autobiographical depiction of Thackeray's early life, in which he partially regains some of his early satirical power.
Also notable among the later novels is The History of Henry Esmond , in which Thackeray tried to write a novel in the style of the eighteenth century, a period that held great appeal for him.
About this novel, there have been found evident analogies—in the fundamental structure of the plot; in the psychological outlines of the main characters; in frequent episodes; and in the use of metaphors—to Ippolito Nievo 's "Confessions of an Italian".
Nievo wrote his novel during his stay in Milan where, in the "Ambrosiana" library, "The History of Henry Esmond" was available, just published.
Not only Esmond but also Barry Lyndon and Catherine are set in that period, as is the sequel to Esmond , The Virginians , which is set partially in North America and includes George Washington as a character who nearly kills one of the protagonists in a duel.
Thackeray's father, Richmond Thackeray, was born at South Mimms and went to India in at age sixteen as a writer civil servant with the East India Company.
Richmond's father's name was also William Makepeace Thackeray. Such liaisons were common among gentlemen of the East India Company, and it formed no bar to his later courting and marrying William's mother.
Thackeray's mother, Anne Becher born , was "one of the reigning beauties of the day" and a daughter of John Harmon Becher, Collector of the South 24 Parganas district d.
Calcutta, , of an old Bengal civilian family "noted for the tenderness of its women". Anne Becher, her sister Harriet and their widowed mother, also Harriet, had been sent back to India by her authoritarian guardian grandmother, Ann Becher, in on the Earl Howe.
Anne's grandmother had told her that the man she loved, Henry Carmichael-Smyth, an ensign in the Bengal Engineers whom she met at an Assembly Ball in in Bath , had died, while he was told that Anne was no longer interested in him.
Neither of these assertions was true. Though Carmichael-Smyth was from a distinguished Scottish military family, Anne's grandmother went to extreme lengths to prevent their marriage.
Surviving family letters state that she wanted a better match for her granddaughter. Their only child, William, was born on 18 July Anne's family's deception was unexpectedly revealed in , when Richmond Thackeray unwittingly invited the supposedly dead Carmichael-Smyth to dinner.
The couple moved to England in , after having sent William off to school there more than three years earlier. The separation from his mother had a traumatic effect on the young Thackeray, which he discussed in his essay "On Letts's Diary" in The Roundabout Papers.
Thackeray is an ancestor of the British financier Ryan Williams, and is the great-great-great-grandfather of the British comedian Al Murray  and author Joanna Nadin.
During the Victorian era Thackeray was ranked second only to Charles Dickens , but he is now much less widely read and is known almost exclusively for Vanity Fair , which has become a fixture in university courses, and has been repeatedly adapted for the cinema and television.
In Thackeray's own day some commentators, such as Anthony Trollope , ranked his History of Henry Esmond as his greatest work, perhaps because it expressed Victorian values of duty and earnestness, as did some of his other later novels.
It is perhaps for this reason that they have not survived as well as Vanity Fair , which satirises those values. Thackeray saw himself as writing in the realistic tradition, and distinguished his work from the exaggerations and sentimentality of Dickens.
Some later commentators have accepted this self-evaluation and seen him as a realist, but others note his inclination to use eighteenth-century narrative techniques, such as digressions and direct addresses to the reader, and argue that through them he frequently disrupts the illusion of reality.
The school of Henry James , with its emphasis on maintaining that illusion, marked a break with Thackeray's techniques.
In the Royal Society of Arts unveiled a blue plaque to commemorate Thackeray at the house at 2 Palace Green, London, that had been built for him in the s.
Thackeray's former home in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, is now a restaurant named after the author. The Christmas Books of Mr M.
Titmarsh Thackeray wrote and illustrated five Christmas books as "by Mr M. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. British novelist. For other uses with the name Thackeray, see Thackeray disambiguation.
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