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Carlyle to The French Revolution 1826-1837.

David Alec Wilson

Carlyle to The French Revolution 1826-1837.

by David Alec Wilson

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Published by Kegan Paul,Trench,Trubner and Co in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carlyle, Thomas, -- 1795-1881.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination434p. ;
    Number of Pages434
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21456104M

    Carlyle was not a radical in the normal sense of the word. He hated the industrial transformation of Britain and yearned nostalgically for an imagined (and largely imaginary) idyllic rural past. However, in The French Revolution he seems to revel in the violence of the events he describes and to welcome the destruction of the old order of society.   Buy a cheap copy of The French Revolution: A History book by Thomas Carlyle. The book that established Thomas Carlyle’s reputation when first published in , this spectacular historical masterpiece has since been accepted as the standard Free shipping over $Cited by:

    The French Revolution is a landmark in the history of nineteenth century English literature, the work that, after the comparative public failure of Sartor Resartus (), helped to establish. Thomas Carlyle's "The French Revolution" was first published in in two volumes. This Dover edition is a much abridged odd pages. It reproduces a abridgement by A.H.R. Ball. Ball's preface and introduction are also reproduced/5(17).

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The French Revolution established Carlyle’s reputation. Its creation was beset with difficulty; after spending months on the manuscript inCarlyle lent his only The French Revolution, three-volume narrative history by Scottish essayist and historian Thomas Carlyle, first published in Thomas Carlyle, in this book, blends history and literature to tell a compelling tale.

To read this book you need fair degree of familiarity with the actors in the build up to, and during, the French revolution. I, therefore, read Citizens: A Chronicle of the French Revolution (Simon Schama) before embarking on Carlyle's by: Carlyles friend John Stuart Mill was commissioned to write a history of the French Revolution but was overwhelmed with.

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A great polemicist, Carlyle coined the term "the dismal science" for economics, in his essay "Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question," which remains mater: University of Edinburgh. The French Revolution: A History was written by the Scottish essayist, philosopher, and historian Thomas Carlyle.

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What is the best history book on the French Revolution. If you’re not a professional historian, the best modern history of the French Revolution is “Citizens: A Chronicle of the French Revolution,” by Simon Schama.

The New York Times Book Review c. The French Revolution: A History, Volume 1. Thomas Carlyle. Colonial Press, - France. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. David R. Sorensen is Professor of English at Saint Joseph's University and Associate Director of its Honors Program.

He is a senior editor of the Duke-Edinburgh Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle (ongoing), and has edited with K. Fielding, Carlyle's The French Revolution (Oxford, ) and Jane Carlyle: New Selected Letters (Ashgate, ), with Rodger L. /5(11). Bouille, on his side, is making a fortified Camp at Montmedi; gathering Royal-Allemand, and all manner of other German and true French Troops thither, 'to watch the Austrians.'.

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We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, 4/4(7). out of 5 stars Thomas Carlyle recorded the events of the French Revolution reliably, his book is worth reading.

Reviewed in the United States on 22 April Verified Purchase. Thomas Carlyle carried out months or perhaps years of research in an attempt to establish the truth.

Even fifty years after the events of this momentous change in /5(87).In London Carlyle's friendship with Mill was of practical benefit in that Mill had a collection of books relating to the French Revolution that were made available to Carlyle. When Carlyle had finished the manuscript of the first volume he lent it to Mill who happened to leave it at the house of a lady friend.

Thomas Carlyle, in this book, blends history and literature to tell a compelling tale. To read this book you need fair degree of familiarity with the actors in the build up to, and during, the French revolution.

I, therefore, read Citizens: A Chronicle of the French Revolution (Simon Schama) before embarking on Carlyle's masterpiece/5(34).