The Carlyles at Home and Abroad

1st Edition

Rodger L. Tarr

Routledge
Published November 29, 2017
Reference - 269 Pages
ISBN 9780815397557 - CAT# K344759

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Summary

The Carlyles at Home and Abroad explores the extensive influence of Thomas Carlyle and Jane Welsh Carlyle in England and Scotland, Europe, and the United States. The contributors explore a wide range of topics, such as aesthetics, history, biography, literature, travel writing, feminism and race. The result is a volume that offers a fresh assessment of the couple as national and international figures. Contributors include K.J. Fielding (The Late Carlyle), Ruth apRoberts (Frederick the Great), David DeLaura (Carlyle and the Fine Arts), David R. Sorensen (Carlyle and Herzen), Owen Dudley Edwards (Carlyle and Ireland), Alain Jumeau (Carlyle and France), Marylu Hill (Carlyle�s Early History), Ronald Wendling (Carlyle and Coleridge), Cairns Craig (Carlyle and Symbolism), Brent Kinser (Carlyle and Mark Twain), Andrew Taylor (Carlyle and the James Family), Chris R. Vanden Bossche (Carlyle and Race), Vanessa D. Dickerson, (�The Negro Question�), Sheila McIntosh (Carlyle and Aristocracy), Rosemary Ashton (The Carlyles� German Courtship), Ian Campbell, (Jane Welsh Carlyle and Geraldine Jewsbury), Rodger L. Tarr (Jane Welsh Carlyle and Psycho-Feminism), Aileen Christianson (Jane Welsh Carlyle�s Travel Narratives), Norma Clarke (Jane Welsh Carlyle and Rousseau), Kathy Chamberlain (Jane Welsh Carlyle�s Fiction) and Mark Engel (Collating Carlyle Editions).

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