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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Carlyle past and present.
New York : Barnes & Noble, 1976
|Named Person:||Thomas Carlyle; Thomas Carlyle; Thomas Carlyle|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
K J Fielding; Rodger L Tarr
|Description:||279 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Carlyle today / by G.B. Tennyson --
Carlyle on Sartor resartus / by John Clubbe --
Carlyle: mathematics and "mathesis" / by Carlisle Moore --
Refractions of past and present / by G. Robert Stange --
Stern Hebrews who laugh: further thoughts on Carlyle and Dickens / by George H. Ford --
Carlyle and Arnold: the religious issue / by David J. DeLaura --
Latter-day pamphlets: the near failure of form and vision / by Jules P. Siegel --
Frederick the Great: "that unutterable horror of a Prussian book" / by Arthur A. and Vonna H. Adrian --
Frederick the Great / by Morse Peckham --
Carlyle's pen portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert / by C.R. Sanders --
Froude and Carlyle: some new considerations / by K.J. Fielding.
|Series Title:||Barnes & Noble critical studies.|
|Responsibility:||edited by K.J. Fielding and Rodger L. Tarr.|