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By Carlyle, Thomas; Edited by Sorensen, David R.; Kinser, Brent E.; Engel, Mark
Thomas Carlyle's history of the French Revolution, originally published in 1837, opens with the death of Louis XV in 1774 and ends in 1795 when Bonaparte quelled the insurrection of the Vendemiaire. It is a work of great narrative and descriptive power that was itself meant to be... revolutionary.Read more
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Edited by Cumming, Mark; Sorensen, David R.; Engel, Mark; Kinser, Brent E.
This is the first comprehensive scholarly edition of Thomas Carlyle's remarkable The French Revolution: A History ever published. It includes a wealth of new material, including maps, engravings, illustrations, and manuscript fragments, as well as a critical notes on Carlyle's us...e of his French, German, and English sources.Read more
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By Carlyle, Thomas; Brattin, Joel J.; Engel, Mark; Text by Goldberg, Michael K.
His portraits of Muhammad, Dante, Luther, Napoleon - just a few of the individuals Carlyle celebrated for changing the course of world history - made On Heroes a challenge to the anonymous social forces threatening to control life during the Industrial Revolution.
By Carlyle, Thomas; Text by Engel, Mark; Contributions by Tarr, Rodger L.
First published in serial form in Fraser's Magazine in 1833-1834, Sartor Resartus was discovered by the American Transcendentalists and became one of the important texts of 19th-century English literature. This edition is the second volume of an eight-volume series of the classic... work.Read more
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