Thomas Erl, Stephen G. Bennett, Benjamin Carlyle, Clive Gee, Robert Laird, Anne Thomas Manes, Robert Moores, Robert Schneider, Leo Shuster, Andre Tost Published by Prentice Hall (2011) ISBN 10: 0138156751 ISBN 13: 9780138156756.
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Annotated by Thomas Carlyle and edited by Alexander Carlyle. 2 vols. 1903. 4. The Love Letters of Thomas Carlyle and Jane Welsh. Edited by Alexander Carlyle. 2 vols. 1909. J. A. Froude. 1. Thomas Carlyle: A History of the First Forty Years of His Life. 2 vols. 1882. 2. Thomas Carlyle: A History of His Life in London, 183 4-1 881. 2 vols. 1884.
The Spirit of the Age (full title The Spirit of the Age: Or, Contemporary Portraits) is a collection of character sketches by the early 19th century English essayist, literary critic, and social commentator William Hazlitt, portraying 25 men, mostly British, whom he believed to represent significant trends in the thought, literature, and politics of his time.
Essays, English and American (Harvard Classics v28), ed. by Charles William Eliot and William Allan Neilson, contrib. by William Makepeace Thackeray, John Henry Newman, Matthew Arnold, John Ruskin, Walter Bagehot, Thomas Henry Huxley, Edward A. Freeman, Robert Louis Stevenson, William Ellery Channing, Edgar Allan Poe, Henry David Thoreau, and James Russell Lowell.
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays (1838-?) - Thomas Carlyle The Modern Pythagorean: A Series of Tales, Essays, and Sketches (1838) - Robert Macnish Vol. 1 (1838, 411) Vol. 2 (1838, 478) Essays Moral and Humorous (1839, 194) - Joseph Addison.
All students write essays, at school and university. But what is an essay, and how did it emerge as a literary form? It occupies an unsettling position, being both a form of literature and a style of knowledge. It is the fourth literary genre, long over-shadowed in literary history by fiction, poetry, and drama; yet it is also a way of writing about any subject which rejects the methodical.
Erskine, Thomas, of Linlathen, member of the Scottish bar, but devoted in an intensely human spirit to theological interests, “one of the gentlest, kindliest, best bred of men,” says Carlyle, who was greatly attached to him; “I like him,” he says, “as one would do a draught of sweet rustic mead served in cut glasses and a silver tray.
EIGHTEENTH CENTURY PROSE. THE FIRST HALF OF THE 18TH CENTURY The 18th Century was doubtlessly an age of great prose. Matthew Arnold calls it a century of prose and suggests that even the poetry of the period was prosaic or versified prose. The period has only one great poet Alexander Pope while it produced prose writers of very high quality like Addison, Steele, Swift, Defoe and Johnson.
PREFATORY NOTE. Nothing could well be deader or emptier than an unoccupied house of whose former inhabitants we have no knowledge; and it is impossible to take a real interest in a house now occupied by strangers, even though it was aforetime the residence of some famous man, unless we are acquainted with that man’s personality, and know what he thought and did and said whilst he was living.
The Essays of Elia and the last essays of Elia. London: Oxford University Press, 1901. xii, 382 p. Annotated no. 226; Langan, Thomas. The Meaning of Heidegger: a critical study of an existentialist phenomenology. New York: Columbia University Press, 1971,c1961. 246 p. Annotated no. 697; Langer, Susanne Katherina Knauth. Feeling and form: a.
Carlyle) c. Poe invariably derides Thomas Carlyle, whom he often associates with Emerson and with Transcendentalism; see his deprecation in the Preface of M, and in MM 13, 165, 188, 255, and 289.Please find below an alphabetical list of publications held in the Susan Manning Library. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z. A. A Companion to 19 th.PR 4012 .L5 1892: Light of Asia or The great renunciation: Arnold Edwin Sir 1832 1904: 36177005464890: I: PR 4021 .C8: Poetry and criticism of Matthew Arnold: Arnold Matthew 1822.