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  1. On Heroes and Hero Worship and the Heroic in History by Thomas Carlyle, 2010-07-06
  2. Past and Present by Thomas Carlyle, 2010-01-29
  3. The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834-1872, Volume II by Thomas Carlyle, Ralph Waldo Emerson, 2008-08-18
  4. Carlyle: Selected Writings (Penguin Classics) by Thomas Carlyle, 1980-11-20
  5. The French Revolution (Dover Value Editions) by Thomas Carlyle, 2005-10-03
  6. Sartor Resartus (Oxford World's Classics) by Thomas Carlyle, 2008-08-01
  7. The French Revolution by Thomas Carlyle, 2009-01-01
  8. The French Revolution: A History by Thomas Carlyle, 2010-06-05
  9. Thomas Carlyle: A Biography by Fred Kaplan, 1993-03-02
  10. The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834-1872, Volume I by Thomas Carlyle, 2007-01-30
  11. Sartor Resartus, and on Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History by Thomas Carlyle, 2010-03-07
  12. On the Choice of Books by Thomas Carlyle, 2010-07-12
  13. The French Revolution by Thomas Carlyle, 2006-02-15
  14. Carlyle's Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle, 2010-02-22

81. CARLYLE, Thomas., The French Revolution: A History …
Bernard Quaritch Ltd. 'A PROSE EPIC'. carlyle, thomas. The French Revolutiona History … London, James Fraser, 1837. Three vols, 8vo, pp.
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'A PROSE EPIC' CARLYLE, Thomas. The French Revolution: a History … London, James Fraser, 1837. Three vols, 8vo, pp. vii, [1] blank, 404; vii, [1] blank, 422; vii, [1] blank, 448, complete with the half titles and the advertisement leaf in vol. II; original brown grained cloth, printed paper labels; some chipping to head and tail of spines, slight wear to corners, labels slightly chipped, but a very satisfactory and attractive copy in sound original condition; quarter morocco slipcase, book-labels of the Countess Doheny. First edition, very rare in its original condition. The manuscript of the first volume of The French Revolution was accidentally burnt while in John Stuart Mill's keeping in 1835 (one charred scrap survives, at Carlyle's House, Chelsea); but, undaunted, Carlyle rewrote the book, which 'at once captured the imagination of the English-speaking world' and was acknowledged as a masterpiece of literary as well as historical prose. The first edition comprised 1000 copies, concurrently issued in boards or cloth.
'Carlyle wrote his French Revolution … as a warning for his compatriots of the frightful consequences of materialism, utilitarianism and democracy. Scottish puritanism and German romanticism were his lodestars … The result is not a work of scholarship but a prose epic … [that] has moulded popular conception of the French Revolution down to the present day' (PMM).

82. CARLYLE, Thomas., The French Revolution: A History. Vol. I.- The Bastille. Vol.
Bernard J. Shapero Rare Books. carlyle, thomas. The French Revolution A History.Vol. I. The Bastille. Vol. II.- The Constitution. Vol. III.- The Guillotine.
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CARLYLE, Thomas. The French Revolution: A History. Vol. I.- The Bastille. Vol. II.- The Constitution. Vol. III.- The Guillotine. James Fraser, London, 1837 First edition. Three volumes, 8vo. Ownership inscription on front endpapers of vols. I and III. Contemporary calf, corners slightly bumped, edges rubbed, covers with small abrasions, spines gilt, lacking morocco labels. A good set. This item is listed on Bibliopoly by Bernard J. Shapero Rare Books ; click here for further details.

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Thomas Carlyle was born in Ecclefechan on 5th December 1795, son of a hard-working and pious stonemason. Father and mother both destined their eldest son for the Church, and were to be lifelong influences: they instilled a strong sense of belief, of divine order, of the importance of hard work. They also helped by example to sharpen a formidable style, both spoken and written. Edinburgh University followed local schools; rapidly losing any ambition for the Church Carlyle tried school teaching, translation, scientific writing, tutoring, the law - slowly working his way to modest success as essayist, translator, biographer, and by the late 1820's to public notice as author of important essays Signs of the times Characteristics and an astonishing early work, Sartor Resartus in which Carlyle anticipates many features of twentieth century writing, stripping off the rotting fabric of belief in his own age, and calling for a radical re-think and renewal. Carlyle was among the first critics to see the dangers of relying too much on the mechanical marvels of his age. "Not the external and physical alone is now managed by machinery, but the internal and spiritual also. Here too nothing follows its spontaneous course, nothing is left to be accomplished by the old natural methods ... Men are grown mechanical in head and in heart, as well as in hand."

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Carlyle was born the same year as John Keats and was a the son of a stonemason and farmer, a background he proudly viewed as that of a "peasant." He was educated at Edinburgh University, where he read widely but did not complete his degree. He disappointed his parents' desire that he enter the ministry because he lost his faith in Christianity, though he remained strongly influenced by his father's Calvinism. He support himself first by teaching, and then from 1824 by writing. His wife Jane, whom he married in 1826, is well known as a letter-writer. Carlyle wrote for years before gaining prominence. Sartor Resartus (begun 1830, published 1836), his fictionalized autobiography, was not well received. He gained a wide readership close to the age of 40 with his history The French Revolution (written 1834-7, published 1837), after having written in a letter to his friend John Stuart Mill that the "right History" of the French Revolution would be "the grand Poem of our Time." This work, like most of Carlyle's writing, challenges the boundaries between genres by blending the essay and fiction, poetry and history, in an exuberant and provocative depiction of the the revolution. Later in life he became more conservative, alienating supporters like Mill and Matthew Arnold with such writings as "An Occasional Discourse on the Nigger Question" (1849), in which he advocated harsh measures for the formerly enslaved West Indian labourers who were demanding higher wages. Despite the excessive and objectionable features of his work, however, he was considered by

89. Literature & Fiction Carlyle, Thomas,Sanders, Charles Richard Collected Letters
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90. Great Quotes: Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881)
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HUTCHINSON ENCYCLOPEDIA Carlyle, Thomas Thomas Carlyle, Scottish essayist and social historian. (Image © Archive Photos) Scottish essayist and social historian. His works include the partly autobiographical Sartor Resartus/The Tailor Retailored (183334), reflecting his loss of Christian belief The French Revolution (1837) and the long essay Chartism (1839), attacking the doctrine of laissez faire . His prose style was idiosyncratic, encompassing grand, thunderous rhetoric and deliberate obscurity.
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The thomas carlyle Page. Edited by James Anthony Froude. About carlyle JamesAnthony Froude, thomas carlyle. 18821884. Long the standard biography.
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Major Works

Penguin publishes a Selected Writings edited by Alan Shelston.
Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship ( 1824 ). Translation of Goethe's novel.
The Life of Schiller
The French Revolution: A History
Critical and Miscellaneous Essays
On Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History
Past and Present
Latter-Day Pamphlets
Life of John Sterling Frederick the Great
( 1857-1865 ). Six Volumes. Reminiscences ( 1881 ). Edited by James Anthony Froude. About Carlyle James Anthony Froude, Thomas Carlyle . 1882-1884. Long the standard biography. Often reprinted. Fred Kaplan, Thomas Carlyle . California, 1993. TC on the Victorian Web Carlyle Criticism from Internet Public Library. Back to English Victorian Literature

93. Carlyle, Thomas: Early Life And Works
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Goethe and the transcendental philosophers and wrote several works interpreting German romantic thought, including a Life of Schiller (1825) and a translation (1824) of Goethe's Wilhelm Meister. In 1826 he married Jane Baillie Welsh, a well-informed and ambitious woman who did much to further his career. They moved to Jane's farm at Craigenputtock in 1828. There he wrote Sartor Resartus Fraser's Magazine ), in which he told his spiritual autobiography. He saw the material world as mere clothing for the spiritual one. The God of his beliefs was an immanent and friendly ruler of an orderly universe. In denying corporeal reality, Carlyle reflected his revulsion for the materialism of the age. In 1832 Ralph Waldo Emerson went to Craigenputtock and began a friendship with Carlyle that was continued in their famous correspondence. Sections in this article:
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In 1834 the Carlyles moved to London to be near necessary works of reference for the projected French Revolution. Finally completed in 1837 (the first volume had been accidentally burned in 1835), the book was received with great acclaim. Although it vividly recreates scenes of the Revolution, it is not a factual account but a poetic rendering of an event in history. Carlyle extended his view of the divinity of man, particularly in his portraits of the great leaders of the Revolution. In subsequent works Carlyle attacked laissez-faire On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and The Heroic in History (1841), express his view that the great men of the past have intuitively shaped destiny and have been the spiritual leaders of the world. Chartism Past and Present (1843), contrasting the disorder of modern society with the feudal order of 12th-century England; Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches Latter-Day Pamphlets Life of John Sterling Sections in this article:
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(1795-1881), Scottish essayist and historian, who was an influential social critic. He was born in Ecclefechan on December 4, 1795, and educated as a divinity student at the University of Edinburgh. After five years of study he abandoned the clergy in 1814 and spent the next four years teaching mathematics. Dissatisfied with teaching, Carlyle moved to Edinburgh in 1818, where, after studying law briefly, he became a tutor and wrote articles for the Edinburgh Encyclopedia. He also made an intensive study of German literature, publishing Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (1824), a translation of the novel Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre (1796) by the German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Carlyle also wrote Life of Schiller (1825), which appeared first in serial form in 1823 and 1824 in the London Magazine. After a trip to Paris and London, he returned to Scotland and wrote for the Edinburgh Review, a literary periodical. In 1826 Carlyle married Jane Baillie Welsh

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T he king is the man who can. W hat you see, but can't see over is as good as infinite.
O ur grand business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance, but to do what lies clearly at hand.
A dversity is sometimes hard upon a man; but for one man who can stand prosperity, there are a hundred that will stand adversity.
I n a controversy the instant we feel anger we have already ceased striving for the truth, and have begun striving for ourselves.
I t is the unseen and the spiritual in people that determines the outward and the actual.
N o iron chain, or outward force of any kind, can ever compel the soul of a person to believe or to disbelieve.
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A fter all manner of professors have done their best for us, the place we are to get knowledge is in books. The true university of these days is a collection of books.
T he true past departs not, no truth or goodness realized by man ever dies, or can die; but all is still here, and, recognized or not, lives and works through endless change.

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100. Carlyle Website
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