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Thomas Carlyle : a documentary volume / edited by Frances Frame.

Publication:
Detroit : Thomson Gale, 2008.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (xxxiii, 438 pages) : illustrations
Series:
Dictionary of literary biography ; v. 338.
Dictionary of literary biography ; v. 338
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Subjects:
Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881 -- Bio-bibliography.
Authors, Scottish -- 19th century -- Biography.
Form/Genre:
Reference works.
Contents:
Birth to marriage : 1795-1826. "Boundless hopes" ; Jane Welsh ; Literature and love ; Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship ; Courtship and marriage
Not without honor : 1827-1837. German romance and early essays ; The scholar at Craigenputtoch ; The travails of Teufelsdreck ; Book publication of Sartor Resartus ; London and The French Revolution ; "The miserablest accident" : rewriting The French Revolution ; The response to The French Revolution
Heroes past and present : 1838-1849. A second lecture series ; Critical and miscellaneous essays : a "Joint-stock American plan" ; Chartism : a paper "about the 'Working-class' business" ; Founding the London library ; On heroes, hero-worship, & the heroic in history : a last lecture series ; Past and present : an "Iliad of English woes" ; Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches : "a series of fixed rock-summits" ; The squire papers controversy : "The first most flagrant dupe" ; Carlyle at the end of the 1840s
Quiet within and storm without : 1850-1865. "Occasional discourse on the Negro question" and Latter-day pamphlets ; A life of "poor" John Sterling ; A quiet place to work ; A biography of Friedrich II of Prussia ; Forward with Frederick the Great
The final years : 1866-1881. April 1866 : a rectorship and Jane's death ; After Jane ; The death of Thomas Carlyle ; Selected secondary works cited.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Frame, Elenor Frances, editor.