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See Refractions of Past and Present, in Carlyle Past and Present: A Collection of New Essays, e.
See Refractions of Past and Present, in Carlyle Past and Present: A Collection of New Essays, ed. Fielding, K. J. and Tarr, Roger L. (London: Vision Press, 1976), p. 97. 5. Calder,, The Writing of Past and Present (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1949), pp. 31–32. See, for example, Neff, Emery, Carlyle (New York: Norton, 1932), pp. 203–04, and Cazamian, Louis, Carlyle (1932; rpt. New Haven: Archon, 1966), p. 199.
execration : Carlyle’s Latter-day Pamphlets and their critical reception’ in John Clubbe (e. .
The oscillations in Carlyle’s reputation are documented in Jules P. Seigel (e., Thomas Carlyle: the Critical Heritage (London, 1971); in . Tennyson, ‘Carlyle Today’, published in . Fielding and Rodger L. Tarr (eds), Carlyle Past and Present: a collection of new essays (New York, 1976); in Michael Goldberg, ‘A Universal howl of. execration : Carlyle’s Latter-day Pamphlets and their critical reception’ in John Clubbe (e., Carlyle and his Contemporaries (Durham, NC, 1976), and in Fred Kaplan, Thomas Carlyle: a biography (Cambridge, 1983).
New York: Barnes and Noble Books, 1976. Studies the apparent contradictions in Carlyle's beliefs and asserts that "the clue to these contradictions" may be found by examining Carlyle's interpretations of history rather than his personal experiences. Behnken, Eloise M. Thomas Carlyle: "Calvinist Without the Theology.
Past and Present is a book by Thomas Carlyle. It was published in April 1843 in England and the following month in the United States. It combines medieval history with criticism of 19th-century British society. Carlyle wrote it in seven weeks as a respite from the harassing labor of writing Cromwell. He was inspired by the recently published Chronicles of the Abbey of Saint Edmund's Bury, which had been written by Jocelin of Brakelond at the close of the 12th century.
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Critical Response to Thomas Carlyle's Major. The Critical Response to Thomas Carlyle's Major Works. By D. Trela, Rodger L. Tarr. Critical Responses in Arts and Letters is designed to present a documentary history of highlights in critical reception to the body of work of writers and artists and to individual works that are generally considered to be of major importance. The focus of each volume in this series is basically historical.
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Temporarily out of stock. In short, this is a worthwhile and useful contribution to Carlyle studies. -Studies in Scottish Literature.