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Thomas Carlyle
D. Lammond
0838317405
January 1974
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Book Description
Originally written for the "Great Lives" series this presents a short but concise summary of Thomas Carlyle's life and work.THIS TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY: Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature.


Thomas Carlyle
G. K. Chesterton
0838317057
October 1973
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Book Description
Evaluate the pre-eminent 19th century literature from the perspective of 20th century standards. ILLUS.THIS TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY: Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature.

About the Author
G K Chesterton has been described as one of the most unjustly neglected writers of our time. Born in 1874, he became a journalist and later began writing books and pamphlets. His work includes novels, literary and social criticism, political papers and spiritual essays in a style characterised by enormous wit, paradox, humility and wonder. He converted to Catholicism in 1922 and he explores the nature of spirituality in many of his books and essays, including the mighty Orthodoxy. Chesterton is one of the few authors who are genuinely timeless and whose work has as much...


Sartor Resartus
Thomas Carlyle
0192836730
Aug 2000
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Book Description
Sartor Resartus ("The Tailor Retailored") is ostensibly an introduction to a strange history of clothing by the German Professor of Things in General, Diogenes Teufelsdrockh; its deeper concerns are social injustice, the right way of living in the world, and the large questions of faith and
understanding. This is the first edition to present the novel as it originally appeared, with indications of the changes Carlyle made to later editions.


Reminiscences
Thomas Carlyle
019283889X
June 1999
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Thomas Carlyle
Edwin Paxton Hood
0838310370
January 1970
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Book Description
A contemporary account of Carlyle as philosophic thinker, theologian, historian, and poet.THIS TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY: Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature.


Becoming John Dewey
Thomas Carlyle Dalton
0253340829
Aug 2002
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Book Description
Tapping archival sources and Dewey's extensive correspondence, Dalton reveals that Dewey had close personal and intellectual ties to scientists and scholars that were influential in forming the mature expression of his thought. Dalton traces the not-always-smooth pathways that led Dewey to shed his Calvinist upbringing to transform Hegelian phenomenology into a science of mind, to challenge Freudian psychology, and to articulate the central concerns of naturalism and pragmatism. Dewey's relationships with F. M. Alexander, Henri Matisse, Niels Bohr, Myrtle McGraw, and Lawrence K. Frank, among others, show how Dewey drew upon these collaborations to disperse pragmatism throughout American thought and culture.

About the Author
Thomas C. Dalton is Senior Research...


Letters of Thomas Carlyle to John Stuart Mill, John Sterling and Robert Browning
Thomas Carlyle
083830964X
September 1969
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Carlyle was for many years on terms of closest friendship with John Stuart Mill, John Sterling, and Robert Browning. The letters to Mill, nearly eighty in number, fill more than half the volume. The letters to John Sterling, whom Carlyle met through Mill and whose biography he afterward wrote, are thirty-three in number. The letters to Browning are not many, for the poet lived within easy reach of Cheyne Row._"This is a rich volume." TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENTTHIS TITLE IS CITED AND RECOMMENDED BY: Books for College Libraries; Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature; Catalogue of the Lamont Library, Harvard College.


New Letters of Thomas Carlyle
Thomas Carlyle
0403002044
January 1970
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The Life Cycle of Psychological Ideas
Thomas Carlyle Dalton
0306479982
Jan 2004
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Book Description
This book focuses on what other volumes have only touched on, that is the factors that contribute to the rise of certain persons and ideas in the field of psychology. Bringing together noted experts in the field, it describes the process of intellectual reconstructions that determines how we view historical events, and why some ideas die only to be reborn again, as well as why new ideas can quickly topple traditional views. As such, it answers the following questions: what enables a body of work to withstand distortion, labelling, and stereotyping? Why do new revelations in the historical archive renew interest in "re-examining" particular ideas? Through what process does a theory become a school of thought, or a movement attracting adherents?


The State Politics of Judicial and Congressional Reform
Thomas Carlyle Dalton
0313245495
Nov 1985
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Book Description
Dalton combines the scholarly literature on public law and judicial impact with recent studies of policy implementation at the state level. He emphasizes the underlying constitutional, organizational, psychological, and political factors that shape public policy outcomes, arguing that a sound grasp of these factors can lead to an understanding of the gap between theory and practice in democratic politics. He examines the historical development and revision of the U.S. Supreme Court civil liberties rulings from the 1960s to the early 1980s as well as executive and congressional policy to regulate criminal records privacy. He also underscores the importance of the intergovernmental context in which state officials act as both leaders and intermediaries in the implementation of national policies. Dalton then combines...


French Revolution: A History
Thomas Carlyle
0375760229
May 2002
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Review
“No novelist has made his creations live for us more thoroughly than Carlyle has made the men of the French Revolution.” —George Eliot

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?No novelist has made his creations live for us more thoroughly than Carlyle has made the men of the French Revolution.? ?George Eliot

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The Critical Response to Thomas Carlyle's Major Works
D. J. Trela
0313291071
Mar 1997
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Review
“[T]his is a useful volume to put on the shelf next to other valuable collections of responses to the work of Thomas Carlyle...”–Victorian Periodicals Review
“In short, this is a worthwhile and useful contribution to Carlyle studies.”–Studies in Scottish Literature

Book Description
Born in 1795, Thomas Carlyle was a preeminent figure in Victorian letters. Carlyle was widely reviewed, discussed, praised and criticized during his lifetime, because of his controversial ideas as well as his masterful biographies, histories and extended essays, all forms deemed more canonical in the nineteenth century. Although opinion about him and assessments of his work have fluctuated greatly in the years since his death in 1881, interest in his writings has seldom...


Thomas Carlyle - Reminiscences
Thomas Carlyle
141796992X
May 2005
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Book Description
Contains Volumes One and Two.


Thomas Carlyle and the Art of History
Louise Merwin Young
0374988412
June 1971
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Veterinary Pathology
Thomas Carlyle Jones
0683044818
March 1997
Textbook Hardcover
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Book Description
This is the latest edition of the standard in comparative pathology, used by practitioners and students alike as a comprehensive yet understandable resource. Rigorously revised, the sixth edition introduces a wealth of new information on immunopathology and pathogenesis, viral diseases, environmental toxins, parasitic diseases, and nutritional problems in domestic and captive animals. Approximately half of the information presented is new, as are about 200 illustrations. Plus, the text's presentation is improved, with a larger format, and a more reader-friendly design to appeal to students.

Book Info
Harvard Univ., Boston, MA. Extensive textbook/reference for students, advanced trainees, and veterinary or comparative pathologists. Emphasis on anatomic pathology. Halftone and...


Carlyle,Thomas
Ian Campbell
0582012724

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Language Notes
Text: English, Italian (translation) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


Thomas Carlyle
Jules Paul Siegel
0415134706
Mar 1996
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Book Description
The Critical Heritage gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in liteature. Each volume presents contemporary responses on a writer's work, enabling student and researcher to read the material themselves.

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The French Revolution
Thomas Carlyle
0486445135
Oct 2005
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Book Description
The product of a powerful and original mind, this is the history that introduced English-speaking people to the full meaning and tragedy of the French Revolution. First published in 1837, it established Thomas Carlyle's reputation as a historian of enduring scholarly and popular appeal. His scrupulous attention to facts and details, combined with his eloquent and poetic style, conveys a spirited sense of reality. The dramatic narrative is populated by vivid characterizations of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, Mirabeau, Danton, Robespierre, Lafayette, Marat, and other heroes and villains of the era. This abridged edition offers the best introduction to Carlyle's masterpiece for students and history buffs.


Thomas Carlyle
Elbert Hubbard
142534237X
December 2005
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