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Sartor Resartus

by Thomas Carlyle

This extraordinary work is at one and the same time an account of a personal spiritual crisis and a hilarious spoof on academic learning, early Victorian values and materialism. In Sartor Resartus ('the tailor...

The French Revolution

by Thomas Carlyle & A.H.R. Ball

First published in 1837, Carlyle's authoritative and faithful account offers a dramatic and eloquent portrait of the events, heroes and villains, and the profound historical impact of the French Revolution.....

Sartor Resartus

by Thomas Carlyle

Sartor Resartus was written as a fictitious commentary on the writings of an imaginary German thinker named Diogenes Teufelsdröckh, author of Clothes: their Origin and Influence. Reviewing this work is a curmudgeonly,...

The French Revolution: A History

by Thomas Carlyle & John D. Rosenberg

The book that established Thomas Carlyle’s reputation when first published in 1837, this spectacular historical masterpiece has since been accepted as the standard work on the subject. It combines a shrewd...

Latter-Day Pamphlets

by Thomas Carlyle

The Present Time, youngest-born of Eternity, child and heir of all the Past Times with their good and evil, and parent of all the Future, is ever a "New Era" to the thinking man; and comes with new questions...

Heroes and Hero-Worship in History

by Thomas Carlyle

We have undertaken to discourse here for a little on Great Men, their manner of appearance in our world's business, how they have shaped themselves in the world's history, what ideas men formed of them, what...

Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdrockh

by Thomas Carlyle

This unusual book is a must-read for fans of innovative fiction. More than a century before postmodernists like Nabokov and Barthes began to experiment with metafiction, Thomas Carlyle gave the world this playful...