The Bibliography of Carlyle: A Bibliographical List, Arranged in Chronological Order of the Published Writings in Prose and Verse of Thomas Carlyle (from 1820 to 1881).

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Elliot Stock, 1881 - 60 pages
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Page ix - On the History of Literature, or the successive Periods of European Culture,
Page 13 - ON HEROES, HERO WORSHIP, And the Heroic in History. Six Lectures, reported with Emendations and Additions, by Thomas Carlyle, author of the " French Revolution," "Sartor Resartus,
Page 15 - Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches, with elucidations. By THOMAS CARLYLE. In two Volumes.
Page 2 - Doctrine of Proportion) for that work. Complete really and lucid, and yet one of the briefest ever known. It was begun and done that forenoon, and I have, except correcting the press next week, never seen it since ; but still feel as if it was right enough and felicitous in its kind. I got only 501. for my entire trouble in that Legendre...
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Page 26 - I had to prepare my lessons by way of keeping him to his work at Dunbar's. Keeping him to work was my one difficulty, if there was one, and my essential function. I tried to guide him into reading, into solid enquiry and reflection. He got some mathematics from me, and might have had more. He got in brief what expansion into such wider fields of intellect and more manful modes of thinking and working, as my poor possibilities could yield him ; and was always generously grateful to me afterwards.
Page 2 - Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry, -with Notes, Translated from the French of AM Legendre. Edited by David Brewster, LL.D. With Notes and Additions, and an Introductory Chapter on Proportion.
Page 7 - The story is well worth reading for its own sake, but the peculiar and indeed unique interest of it rests in the fact — which is certain — that it was the very first thing ever written for publication by a pen which has since become world-famous. The incidents, including that of the coffin, are true, preserved fifty years ago, and probably still, in the memories of Annandale folk ; the real names, only slightly varied, were Carruthers and Johnston. The evening homelandscape is done visibly by...

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