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  1. The life of John Sterling: by Thomas Carlyle 1795-1881, 1852-12-31
  2. History of Friedrich the Second, called Frederick the Great (Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881. Works) by Thomas Carlyle, 1900
  3. Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881 (Exhibition Catalogue) by A.S. Bell, 1981-07
  4. Letters and memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle by Jane Welsh Carlyle 1801-1866 Carlyle Thomas 1795-1881 ed Froude James Anthony 1818-1894 ed, 1883-12-31
  5. Representative poems of Robert Burns, with Carlyle's essay on Burns; by Robert Burns 1759-1796 Hanson Charles Lane 1870- ed Carlyle Thomas 1795-1881, 1899-12-31
  6. The life and land of Burns by Allan Cunningham 1784-1842. from old catalog Campbell Thomas 1777-1844 Carlyle Thomas 1795-1881, 1841-12-31
  7. The French Revolution in Two Volumes: Everyman's Library No. 31 and 32 by Thomas. (1795 - 1881).Introduced By Hilaire Belloc. Carlyle, 1961
  8. German romance: specimens of its chief authors; with biographical and critical notices by Thomas (1795-1881) Carlyle, 1851-01-01
  9. The French Revolution : a history - [complete in 3 volumes bound in 1] by Thomas (1795-1881) Carlyle, 1837-01-01
  10. The French Revolution by Thomas (1795-1881) Carlyle, 1906-01-01
  11. On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history by Thomas (1795-1881) Carlyle, 1857
  12. The works of Thomas Carlyle Volume v.14 by Carlyle Thomas 1795-1881, 2010-10-13
  13. Letters and memorials; prepared for publication by Thomas Carlyle; edited by James Anthony Froude Volume 2 by Carlyle Thomas 1795-1881, 2010-09-28
  14. The works of Thomas Carlyle Volume v.1 by Carlyle Thomas 1795-1881, 2010-10-13

1. Mini Biographies Of Scots And Scots Descendants - Carlyle, Thomas
(17951881) He was born in the village of Ecclefechan in Dumfriesshire, in a house, still standing, which had been built by his stonemason father.

2. Carlyle, Thomas | Odd Books
Historian and essayist. A hero of FH's youth, FH was always proud that they had met and conversed, and that Carlyle gave him a letter of introduction to his friend Froude.
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Died: Born: Surname: Carlyle Forenames: Thomas Historian and essayist. A hero of FH's youth, FH was always proud that they had met and conversed, and that Carlyle gave him a letter of introduction to his friend Froude. The great Argentinian author Jorge Luis Borges argues convincingly in an essay reprinted in The Total Library (published in the US as Selected Non-Fictions ) that Carlyle's views foreshadowed Nazism. Sources: LL
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3. Thomas Carlyle - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Carlyle, Thomas Alternative names Short description Date of birth 4 December 1795 Place of birth Ecclefechan, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland 1 Date of death
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London, England Occupation Essayist, satirist, historian Literary movement Victorian literature Romanticism Thomas Carlyle (4 December 1795 – 5 February 1881) was a Scottish satirical writer, essayist historian and teacher during the Victorian era He called economics the dismal science ", wrote articles for the Edinburgh Encyclopedia , and became a controversial social commentator. Coming from a strict Calvinist family, Carlyle was expected to become a preacher by his parents, but while at the University of Edinburgh , he lost his Christian faith. Calvinist values, however, remained with him throughout his life. This combination, of a religious temperament with loss of faith in traditional Christianity, made Carlyle's work appealing to many Victorians who were grappling with scientific and political changes that threatened the traditional social order.

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Timeline Thomas Carlyle was born in Ecclefechan, Dumfries and Galloway, as the son of a stonemason and small farmer. From 1813 to 1818 he studied for the ministry of the Church of Scotland, but abandoned this course and studied law for a while. Carlyle gave up schoolmastering and went to Edinburgh, where he took mathematical pupils and made some show of reading law. Carlyles moved to Craigenputtock, an isolated farm belonging to the Welsh family, which was their permanent home until 1834. At Craigenputtock was written the first of Carlyle`s great commentaries on life in general, Sartor Resartus , which appeared in Fraser`s Magazine between November 1833 and August 1834. After visits to Edinburgh and London, and an unsuccessful application for a professorship of astronomy at Edinburgh in, Carlyle decided to set up house in London, settling at 5, Cheyne Row, Chelsea His struggle to live was made more severe by his refusal to engage in journalism: even an offer of work on The Times was rejected; and instead a grandiose history of the French Revolution was begun. In the spring of 1835 occurred one of the great heroisms of literature. The manuscript of the first volume of the new work had been lent to the philosopher, J. S. Mill, who in his turn had lent it to a Mrs. Taylor. An illiterate housekeeper took it for waste paper, and it was burnt. Mill was inconsolable; Carlyle behaved with the utmost stoicism and nobility, and was only with difficulty induced to accept £ 100 as a slight pecuniary compensation.

5. Thomas Carlyle - Biography And Works
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Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881), Scottish born biographer, historian, philosopher and prolific author wrote of Hero Worship. Thomas Carlyle, the eldest of nine children, was born on 4 December 1795. The family home was built and designed in part by his hardworking father, stonemason James Carlyle (1757-1832) and was called Arch House, in Ecclefechan, in the district of Annandale, county Dumfries. An arched doorway and an arched window centered on the second floor give it its name. He would later write of his father "He was among the last of the true men, which Scotland (on the old system) produced, or can produce." His father often spoke metaphorically though he did not know what metaphor was and didn't have much time for poetry and fiction. He instilled the Gospel of Work into his children however, like many peasant Scotsmen who had sons with a gift for great learning he wanted his eldest to become a minister and was surprisingly patient while he tried to find his vocation in school. Carlyle's childhood home was dominated by his father who rarely showed emotion and where the absolutes of Religion, Conduct and Work prevailed. Carlyle's doting and loving mother, Margaret née Aitken, taught him to read and was a true Christian believer, living in the frugal Calvinist way.

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7. Carlyle, Thomas - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Carlyle
Scottish essayist and social historian. His works include the partly autobiographical Sartor Resartus/The Tailor Retailored (1833–34), reflecting his loss of Christian belief; The, Thomas

8. Carlyle, Thomas Definition Of Carlyle, Thomas In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Carlyle, Thomas, 1795–1881, English author, b. Scotland. Early Life and Works. Carlyle studied (1809–14) at the Univ. of Edinburgh, intending to enter the ministry, but left when, Thomas

9. The Santa Barbara Independent Obituary: Theo Carlyle Thomas, Jr.
Theo Carlyle Thomas, Jr. THOMAS, Theo Carlyle, Jr., 52, died on Friday, December 25, 2009, at Cottage Hospital. A Memorial Service will be celebrated at Free Methodist Church, 1435

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Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Thomas Carlyle Scottish historian who wrote about the French Revolution (1795-1881) Carlyle, Thomas

11. Carlyle, Thomas. Works. Leather. 1896. Complete.
Carlyle, Thomas. The Works of Thomas Carlyle (complete). Illustrated. Bound in original leather. Ornate gilded spine. Top edge gilded. 8''. Complete sixteen volume edition.

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CARLYLE, Thomas. Carlyle's Works. Centennial Memorial Edition. AN IMPRESSIVE SET OF CARLYLE'S WORKS Boston: Dana Estes and Company, [c.1899]. 26 vols., 8vo (9 x 6.5 inches). Half crushed red morocco with gilt raised bands and very delicate floral centre tools to panels. Marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt. Illustrated throughout with photogravure plates, including frontispieces. A very handsome set. LIMITED EDITION, one of 1000 numbered copies of the Centennial Memorial Edition. Titles within the set include Friedrich II of Prussia, Essays and The French Revolution. Carlyle's Collected Works (1857-8) confirmed his reputation as one of the great writers of the period. George Eliot wrote that "it is not as a theorist, but as a great and beautiful human nature, that Carlyle influences us", and influential critic James Martineau cited Carlyle, along with Coleridge and John Henry Newman, as one of the three major influences on the religious spirit of the age.
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17. Carlyle, Thomas - Astro-Databank, Thomas Carlyle Horoscope, Born 4 December 1795
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Scottish writer, journalist, biographer and novelist. The eldest of nine kids, he was a prodigy and genius who attended university at age 14. Too independent to remain a teacher, he became a magazine writer. His first important publication was "The Life of Schiller," 1825. He wrote "Sartor Resartus" in 1836 and rewrote "The French Revolution," published in 1837, which brought his name to the forefront. He was elected lord rector of Edinburgh University in 1865 and after his wife's death in 1866, he wrote little of importance. Carlyle made a tempestuous marriage to the gifted, strong-willed Jane Baillie Welsh, who published a collections of letters starting in 1883. He died on 2/05/1881, London. Link to Wikipedia biography
  • Death, Cause unspecified 5 February 1881 (Age 85)

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Thomas Carlyle (December 4, 1795 February 5, 1881) was a Scottish essayist, satirist, and historian, whose work was hugely influential during the Victorian era.

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