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by Ian Campbell,Aileen Christianson,Sheila McIntosh,David R. Sorensen

  • ISBN: 0822365634
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Ian Campbell,Aileen Christianson,Sheila McIntosh,David R. Sorensen
  • Subcategory: World Literature
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Duke University Press Books (September 15, 2002)
  • Pages: 306 pages
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Carlyle, Jane Welsh, 1801-1866 - Correspondence, Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881 - Correspondence. August-December 1842, Index . 3-15. Duke University Press. August 1843-March 1844. April-December 1844, Index to . 6-18. January-September 1845. October 1845-July 1846. August 1846-June 1847; and index to . 9-21. Sanders, Charles Richard, 1904-; Carlyle, Jane Welsh, 1801-1866.

Ian Campbell, Aileen Christianson, David R. Sorensen. The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle offer a window onto the lives of two of the Victorian world's most accomplished, perceptive, and unusual inhabitants. Scottish writer and historian Thomas Carlyle and his wife, Jane Welsh Carlyle, attracted to them a circle of foreign exiles, radicals, feminists, revolutionaries, and major and minor writers from across Europe and the United States. The collection is regarded as one of the finest and most comprehensive literary archives of the nineteenth century.

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Scottish writer and historian Thomas Carlyle and his wife, Jane Welsh Carlyle, attracted to them a circle of foreign exiles, radicals, feminists, revolutionaries, and major and minor writers from across Europe and the United States.

Jane Welsh Carlyle (14 January 1801 – 21 April 1866) was a Scottish writer. She did not publish any work in her lifetime, but she was widely seen as an extraordinary letter writer. Virginia Woolf called one of the "great letter writers," and Elizabeth Hardwick described her work as a "private writing career. Jane Baillie Welsh was born in Haddington, East Lothian, 14 January 1801. She was the daughter of Dr John Welsh MD (1770-1819) and his wife, Grace Caplegill.

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The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle: 1845-1852 And 1855-1856 (Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle). February 2003, Duke Univ Pr (Tx). Hardcover in English. Correspondents include.

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Volume 30 illuminates Jane's inner life with the help of two previously unpublished documents: her complete journals from the years 1845-1852 and 1855-1856 and an interview conducted by her friend Ellen Twiselton that chronicles a painful period in the Carlyle marriage. Also included here is Jane's story, "The Simple Story of My Own First Love," and discussions of her complicated relations with feminists, whom she admired yet distrusted. Meanwhile, Thomas is mired in his remarkable study of Frederick the Great, a figure he reveres as an exemplar of "veracity" in a shallow age—an image of Carlyle himself.



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