Thomas Carlyle Critical Miscellaneous Essays On Friendship

Publication date 1852

Topics Literature, Modern, English essays

PublisherPhiladelphia : A. Hart

Collectionlincolncollection; americana

Digitizing sponsorThe Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA Grant

ContributorLincoln Financial Foundation Collection

T. Carlyle engraving by A.B. Walter

Two columns to the page

Publisher's "Advertisment" includes "note from the American editor of the first edition" signed: R. W. Emerson

Jean Paul Friedrich Richter (Edinburgh Review, no. XCL 1827) -- State of German literature (Edinburgh Review, no. XCLL 1927) -- Life and writings of Werner (Foreign Review, no. 1 1828) -- Goethe's Helena (Foreign Review, no. II 1828) -- Goethe (Foreign Review, no. III 1828) -- Burns (Edinburgh Review, no. XCVI 1828) -- The life of Heyne (Foreign Review, no. IV 1828) -- German playwrights (Foreign Review, no. V 1829) -- Voltaire (Foreign Review, no. VI 1829) -- Novalis (Foreign Review, no. VII, 1829) -- Signs of the times (Edinburgh Review, no. XCVIII 1829) -- Jean Paul Friedrich Richter again (Foreign Review, no. IX 1830) -- On history (Fraser's Magazine, vol. II, no. X 1830) -- Luther's psalm (Fraser's Magazine, vol. II, no. XII 1831) --

Schiller (Fraser's Magazine, vol. III, no. XIV 1831) -- The Nibelugen lied (Westminster Review, no. XXIX 1831) -- German literature of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries (Foreign Quarterly Review, no. XVI 1831) -- Taylor's historic survey of German poetry (Edinburgh Review, no. CV 1831) -- Tragedy of the night-moth (Fraser's Magazine, vol. IV, no. XIX 1831) -- Characteristics (Edinburgh Review, no. CVIII 1831) -- Goethe's portrait (Fraser's Magazine, vol. V, no. XXVI 1832) -- Biography (Fraser's Magazine, vol. V, no. XXVII 1832) -- Boswell's life of Johnson (Fraser's Magazine, vol. V, no. XXVIII 1832) -- Death of Goethe (New Monthly Magazine, vol. XXXIV, no. CXXXVIII 1832 -- Goethe's works (Foreign Quarterly Review, no. XIX 1832) -- Corn-law rhymes (Edinburgh Review, no. CX 1832) -- Novelle: translated from Goethe (Fraser's Magazine, vol. VI, no. XXXIV 1832) -- The tale: by Goethe (Fraser's Magazine, vol. VI, no. XXXIII 1832) -- Diderot (Foreign Quarterly Magazine, vol. XXII 1833) -- On history again (Fraser's Magazine, vol. VII, no. XLI 1833) -- Count Cagliostro: fight first (Fraser's Magazine, vol. VII, no. XLIV 1833) --

Death of the Rev. Edward Irving (Fraser's Magazine, vol. XI, no. LXI 1835) -- The diamond necklace (Fraser's Magazine, vol. XV, nos. LXXXV and LXXXVI 1837) -- Memoirs of Mirabeau (London and Westminster Review, nos. VIII and LV 1838) -- Parliamentary history of the French Revolution (London and Westminster Review, nos. IX and LII 1837) -- Memoirs of the life of Scott (London and Westminster Review, nos. XII and LV 1838) -- Varnhagen Von Ense's memoirs (London and Westminster Review, no. LXII 1838) -- Petition on the copy-right bill (The Examiner, April 7, 1839) -- Dr. Francia (Foreign Quarterly Review, no. LXII 1843)

Book, cloth; spine mostly detached

Holograph: W.H. Herndon (on flyleaf and rear end paper), W.H. Herndon to his friend Geo. Early (on front end paper)

Purchased from James T. Hickey, Illinois State Historical Library, Old State Capitol, Springfield, Illinois 62706

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Editorial Reviews

About the Author

Chris R. Vanden Bossche is Professor of English at the University of Notre Dame and author of Carlyle and the Search for Authority (1991).

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Editorial Reviews

About the Author

Chris R. Vanden Bossche is Professor of English at the University of Notre Dame and author of Carlyle and the Search for Authority (1991).

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Editorial Reviews

About the Author

Chris R. Vanden Bossche is Professor of English at the University of Notre Dame and author of Carlyle and the Search for Authority (1991).

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