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Thomas Carlyle: The Critical Heritage

Thomas Carlyle: The Critical Heritage

by Jules Paul Siegel (Editor)
Thomas Carlyle: The Critical Heritage

Thomas Carlyle: The Critical Heritage

by Jules Paul Siegel (Editor)

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Overview

The Critical Heritage gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in liteature. Each volume presents contemporary responses on a writer's work, enabling student and researcher to read the material themselves.


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ISBN-13: 9781134781164
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 07/23/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 544
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jules Paul Seigel

Table of Contents

Introduction; Part 1 Sartor Resartus; Chapter 1 John Sterling, letter to Carlyle; Chapter 2 Alexander Hill Everett, from an unsigned review, North American Review; Chapter 3 Nathaniel L. Frothingham, from an initialled review, Christian Examiner; Chapter 4 Unsigned notice, Tait's Edinburgh Magazine; Part 2 The French Revolution; Chapter 5 Lady Sydney Morgan, an unsigned review, Athenaeum; Chapter 6 John Stuart Mill, from an unsigned review, London and Westminster Review; Chapter 7 William Makepeace Thackeray, an unsigned review, The Times; Chapter 8 Herman Merivale, from an unsigned review, Edinburgh Review; Part 3 Carlyle's Works; Chapter 9 Thomas Chisholm Anstey, from an unsigned review, Dublin Review; Chapter 10 John Sterling, from an unsigned review, London and Westminster Review; Chapter 11 William Sewell, from an unsigned article, Quarterly Review; Part 4 Chartism; Chapter 12 Unsigned review, Tait's Edinburgh Magazine; Part 5 On Heroes, Hero-Worship; Chapter 13 William Thomson, from an unsigned review, Christian Remembrancer; Chapter 14 Frederick Denison Maurice, letter, Christian Remembrancer; Part 6 Past and Present; Chapter 15 William Henry Smith, from an unsigned review, Blackwood’ s Edinburgh Magazine; Chapter 16 Ralph Waldo Emerson, an unsigned review, Dial; Chapter 17 Peter LePage Renouf, from an unsigned review, Dublin Review; Part 7 Views of Carlyle in the 1840s; Chapter 18 Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Richard H. Horne, unsigned essay, A New Spirit of the Age; Chapter 19 Joseph Mazzini, from an unsigned article, British and Foreign Quarterly Review; Chapter 20 Robert Vaughan, from an unsigned review, British Quarterly Review; Chapter 21 Henry David Thoreau, from an essay, Graham's Magazine; Chapter 22 Edgar Allan Poe on Thomas Carlyle; Chapter 23 John Stuart Mill's reply to Carlyle, Examiner; Part 8 ‘Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question’; Chapter 24 Introductory paragraph to the full text, DeBow's Review; Chapter 25 John Greenleaf Whittier on ‘Thomas Carlyle on the Slave Question’, Literary Recreations and Miscellanies; Part 9 Latter-Day Pamphlets; Chapter 26 Two Parodies of Carlyle, Punch; Chapter 27 William Edmonstoune Aytoun, from an unsigned review, Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine; Chapter 28 David Masson, an unsigned review, North British Review; Chapter 29 Unsigned review, Southern Quarterly Review; Chapter 30 George Fitzhugh on Carlyle in Cannibals All: or Slaves Without Masters; Part 10 Life of John Sterling; Chapter 31 George Eliot, an unsigned review, Westminster Review; Chapter 32 Francis W. Newman, from an unsigned review, Prospective Review; Chapter 33 John Tulloch, from an unsigned review, North British Review; Chapter 34 Unsigned review, Christian Observer and Advocate; Chapter 35 George Eliot, an unsigned review, Leader; Chapter 36 James Martineau, from an unsigned review, National Review; Part 11 Frederick the Great; Chapter 37 George Gilfillan, an unsigned review, Scottish Review; Chapter 38 Herman Merivale, from an unsigned review, Quarterly Review; Part 12 Obituaries and ‘Reminiscences’; Chapter 39 Walt Whitman on Carlyle, (a) Critic and (b) Specimen Days; Chapter 40 Unsigned obituary, Saturday Review; Chapter 41 Edward Dowden, obituary, Academy; Chapter 42 Leslie Stephen, an unsigned obituary, Cornhill Magazine; Chapter 43 Richard Holt Hutton, an essay, Good Words; Chapter 44 Andrew Lang, a review, ‘Mr. Carlyle's Reminiscences’, Fraser's Magazine; Chapter 45 Dean Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, a funeral sermon on Carlyle's death;

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