2 edition of Carlyle"s fusion of poetry, history, and religion by 1834. found in the catalog.
Carlyle"s fusion of poetry, history, and religion by 1834.
by Kennikat P
Written in English
First published 1938.
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Carlyle's Fusion of Poetry, History, and Religion by Man's Life, now, as of old, is the genuine work of God; wherever there is a Man, a God also is revealed, and all that is Godlike: a whole epitome of the Infinite, with its meanings, lies enfolded in the Life of every Man.9 For years Carlyle had insisted on the spiritual significance of all.
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Carlyle's fusion of poetry, history, and religion by Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Thomas Carlyle; Thomas Carlyle: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hill Shine.
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In the Carlyles moved to London to be near necessary works of reference for the projected French Revolution. Finally completed in (the first volume had been accidentally burned in ), the book was received with great acclaim.
Author of Carlyle and the Saint-Simonians, Carlyle's fusion of poetry, history, and religion byCarlyle and the Saint-Simonians, the concept of historical periodicity, The Quarterly review under Gifford, Carlyle's early reading, Carlyle's fusion of poetry, history, and religion by “Often in Moby-Dick one catches an echo of the cosmic mischief of Thomas Carlyle.” — David Bromwich, TLS (9,): 1.
Carlyle the Victorian Sage. Carlyle, the first of the great Victorian sages or wisdom-writers, had an enormous influence upon his contemporaries, in large part because he offered the example of one who had survived spiritual trials.
Meanwhile some gleams of prosperity helped to detain Carlyle at Edinburgh. His reputation was rising. In August he received a warm acknowledgment from Goethe of his Life of Schiller, with a present of books, medals, a necklace for Mrs. Carlyle, and a pocket-book for himself. Carlyle had formed a more directly useful acquaintance with Jeffrey.
EnCarlyle mudèt de Londres a Craigenputtock e comencèt a evoluar en de celèbra companhiá. A Reialme Unit, lo succes de Carlyle èra assegurat per la publicacion de son libre en tres volums The French Revolution: A History (La revolucion francesa: una istòria) en Après que lo manuscrit acabat del primièr volum siá accidentelament brutlat per la serviciala del filosòf John.
Carlyle became absorbed in the poetry of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, with whom he corresponded after the publication of his English translation of Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship.
Thomas Carlyle (4 December – 5 February ) was a British historian, satirical writer, essayist, translator, philosopher, mathematician, and teacher.
In his book On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and The Heroic in History (), he argued that the actions of the " Great Man " play a key role in history, claiming that "the history of the world is but the biography of great men".
. Thomas Carlyle, Scottish historian and essayist, whose major works include The French Revolution, 3 vol. (), On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History (), and The History of Friedrich II of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great, 6 vol.
(–65). Carlyle was the second son of James. Thomas Carlyle (–), Scottish born biographer, historian, philosopher and prolific author wrote Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdrockh ().
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Thomas Carlyle, Highly influential Scottish essayist, historian and social critic, Thomas Carlyle was a gloomy romantic sage and a passionate denouncer of bourgeois liberalism and the industrial era. Carlyle was born in Ecclefechan, Scotland, to a modest but strongly Puritanical family.
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Introductory Note T HOMAS C ARLYLE was born at Ecclefechan in the south of Scotland, December 4, His father, a rigorous Calvinist belonging to the seceding “Burgher Kirk,” was a stone-mason, a man of stern and upright character with a gift of fiery speech.
Religion is poetry The beauties of religion need to be saved from both the true believers and the trendy atheists, argues compelling religious scholar James Carse.His magnum opus, The History of Frederick the Great, was begun inand finished in It is a monument of patient industry and minute research, and contains a complete political history of the eighteenth century.
In Carlyle was chosen rector of the University of Edinburgh, and delivered an inaugural on The Choice of Books. Mrs.James Anthony Froude FRSE (/ f r uː d / FROOD; 23 April – 20 October ) was an English historian, novelist, biographer, and editor of Fraser's his upbringing amidst the Anglo-Catholic Oxford Movement, Froude intended to become a clergyman, but doubts about the doctrines of the Anglican church, published in his scandalous novel The Nemesis of Faith, drove him to.