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Carlyle's Published Works

With the exception of Past and Present and Sartor Resartus, all citations of Carlyle's works are to the Centenary edition edited by H. D. Traill. I have cited Richard D. Altick's edition of Past and Present and C. F. Harrold's edition of Sartor Resartus. I cite the Centenary edition (and Harrold's, which is based on it) because of its general availability. However, recent scholarship has discovered severe corruption of the text in the Centenary, especially regarding accidentals like capitalization and hyphenation peculiar to Carlyle's style. I have therefore checked all citations (with the exception of Altick's Past and Present, which was based on the first edition) against first editions and silently emended all accidentals to conform to the first edition. Emendations of substantives, of which there are only a handful, are indicated in the notes. The following list of editions of works published in Carlyle's lifetime includes the editions collated as well as the editions cited in this study.

Thomas Carlyle. The Collected Poems of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle. Ed. Rodger L. Tarr and Fleming McClelland. Greenwood, Fla.: Penkevill, 1986.

----------. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays. 4 vols. Boston: James Monroe, 1838. The French Revolution- 3 vols. London: James Fraser, 1837.

----------. German Romance. 2 vols. Edinburgh: William Tait, 1827.

---------. The History of Friedrich II of Prussia. 6 vols. London: Chapman and Hall, 1858-65.

----------. Latter-Day Pamphlets. Ed. Michael K. Goldberg and Jules P. Seigel. Canada: Canadian Federation for the Humanities, 1983.

----------. The Life of Friedrich Schiller. London: Taylor and Hessey, 1825.

----------. The Life of John Sterling. London: Chapman and Hall, 1851.

----------. Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches. 2 vols. London: Chapman and Hall, 1845.

----------. On Heroes and Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History. London: James Fraser, 1841.

----------. Past and Present. Ed. Richard Altick. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1965.

----------. Sartor Resartus. Ed. C. F. Harrold. Indianapolis: Odyssey, 1937.

----------. Sartor Resartus. Fraser's Magazine 8 (1833): 581-92, 669-84; 9 (1834): 177-95, 301-13, 443-55, 664-74; 10 (1834): 77-87, 182-93.

----------. "Shooting Niagara: And After?" Macmillan's Magazine 16 (1867): 319-36.

----------. Shooting Niagara: And After? London: Macmillan, 1867

----------. Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1824

----------. Works of Thomas Carlyle. Ed. H. D. Traill. 30 vols. London: Chapman and Hall, 1896-99.

 


Sources of Carlyle's Uncollected Writings, Letters, and Journals

Allingham, E. A. H., and E. Baumer Williams, eds. Letters to William Allingham. 1911. London: Longmans, 1971

Allingham, William. Diary. 1907. Fontwell, Sussex: Centaur, 1967.

Baumgarten, Murray. "Carlyle and 'Spiritual Optics'," Victorian Studies 11 (1968): 503-22.

Bliss, Trudy, ed. Thomas Carlyle: Letters to His Wife. London: Gollancz, 1953.

Brooks, Richard A. E. Journey to Germany, Autumn 1858. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1940

Carlyle, Alexander, ed. Historical Sketches. London: Chapman and Hall, n.d.

----------. Letters of Thomas Carlyle to John Stuart Mill, John Sterling and Robert Browning. New York: Stokes, 1923.

----------. New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle. London: Lane, 1903.

----------. New Letters of Thomas Carlyle. 2 vols. London: Lane, 1904.

----------. "Thomas Carlyle and Thomas Spedding: Their Friendship and Correspondence." Cornhill Magazine 123 (1921): 516-37, 742-68.

Carlyle, Thomas. "Peter Nimmo," Fraser's Magazine 3 (1831): 12-16.

----------. Reminiscences of My Irish Journey in 1849. New York: Harper, 1882.

----------. Wotton Reinfred. In Last Words of Thomas Carlyle. London: Longmans, Green, 1892.

Cate, George Allan, ed. The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and John Ruskin. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1982.

Clubbe, John, ed. Two Reminiscences of Thomas Carlyle. Durham: Duke University Press, 1974

Copeland, Charles Townsend, ed. Letters of Thomas Carlyle to His Youngest Sister. Bostoti: Houghton, 1899.

Duffy, Gavan. "Conversations and Correspondence with Thomas Carlyle." The Contemporary Review 61 (1892): 120-52, 279-304, 430-56, 577-608.

Faulkner, Peter. "Carlyle's Letters to Charles Redwood." Yearbook of English Studies 2 (1972): 139-80.

Fielding, K. J. "Unpublished Manuscripts-11: Carlyle's Scenario for Cromwell." Carlyle Newsletter 2 (1 980): 6-13

----------. "Carlyle's Unpublished Comments on the Northcote-Trevelyan Report." Carlyle Annual 10 (1989): 5-13.

Fielding, K. J., and Rodger Tarr, eds, "A Preface by Carlyle." Carlyle Past and Present. London: Vision, 1976.

Froude, James Anthony, ed. Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle. 2 vols. in 1. New York: Scribners, 1883.

----------. My Relations with Carlyle. London: Longmans, Green, 1903.

----------. Thomas Carlyle: A History of the First Forty Years of His Life, 1795-1835. 2 vols. London: Longmans, 1890.

----------. Thomas Carlyle: A History of His Life in London, 1834-1881. 2 vols. London: Longmans, 1919.

Gray, W. Forbes. "Carlyle and John Forster: An Unpublished Correspondence." Quarterly Review 268 (1937): 271-87.

Greene, J. Reay, ed. Lectures on the History of Literature Delivered by Thomas Carlyle April to July 1838. New York: Scribners, 1892.

Harnick, Phyllis. "Point and Counterpoint: Carlyle and Mill on Ireland in 1848." Carlyle Newsletter 7 (1986): 26-33.

Kaplan, Fred. "'Phallus-Worship' (1848): Unpublished Manuscripts III-A Response to the Revolution of 1848." Carlyle Newsletter 2 (1980): 19-23.

----------. Thomas Carlyle: A Biography. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1983.

King, Margaret P. "'Illudo Chartis': An Initial Study in Carlyle's Mode of Composition." Modern Language Review 49 (1954): 164-75.

Larkin, Henry. "Carlyle and Mrs. Carlyle: A Ten-Years' Reminiscence." British Quarterly Review 74 (1881): 28-85.

Marrs, Edwin W., Jr., ed. The Letters of Thomas Carlyle to His Brother Alexander Carlyle. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1968.

Norton, Charles Eliot, ed. Reminiscences. 1887. London: Dent, 1972.

----------. Two Note Books of Thomas Carlyle. 1898. Mamaroneck, N.Y.: Appel, 1972.

Reid, T. Wemyss. The Life, Letters, and Friendships of Richard Monckton Milnes, First Lord Houghton. 2 vols. London: Cassell, 1890.

[Sadler, Thomas]. "Carlyle and Neuberg." Macmillan's Magazine 50 (1884): 280-97.

Sanders, Charles Richard, Kenneth J. Fielding, Clyde de L. Ryals, Ian Campbell, et al., eds. Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle. Durham: Duke University Press, 1970.

Shepherd, Richard Herne. Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Thomas Carlyle. 2 vols. London: Allen, 1881.

Shine, Hill, ed. Carlyle's Unfinished History of German Literature. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1951

Slater, Joseph, ed. The Correspondence of Emerson and Carlyle. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.

Tarr, Rodger L., ed. "The Guises." Victorian Studies 25 (1981): 7-80.

Trela, D. J. "Carlyle and the Beautiful People: An Unpublished Manuscript." Carlyle Newsletter 5 (1984): 36-41.

----------. "A New (Old) Review of Mill's Liberty: A Note on Carlyle's and Mill's Friendship." Carlyle Newsletter 6 (1985): 23-27.

Tuell, Anne Kimball. John Sterling: A Representative Victorian. New York: Macmillan, 1941.

Wilson, David Alec. Carlyle. 6 vols. London: Kegan, Paul, 1923.

 

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Alison, Archibald. History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in 1789 to the Restoration of the Bourbons in 1815. Edinburgh: Blackwood,1839.

apRoberts, Ruth. The Ancient Dialect: Carlyle and Comparative Religion. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988.

Arac, Jonathan. Commissioned Spirits: The Shaping of Social Motion in Dickens, Carlyle, Melville and Hawthorne. New Brunswick, NJ.: Rutgers University Press, 1979.

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Ashton, T. S. The Industrial Revolution: 1769-1830. 1948. London: Oxford University Press, 1968.

August, Eugene R., ed. Introduction. Thomas Carlyle: The Nigger Question, John Stuart Mill: The Negro Question. New York: Appleton, 1971.

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Barthes, Roland. "From Work to Text." In Image-Music-Text, trans. Stephen Heath, 155-64. New York: Hill and Wang, 1977.

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Bendix, Reinhard . Kings or People: Power and the Mandate to Rule. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978.

Ben-Israel, Hedva. English Historians on the French Revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1968.

Benveniste, Emile. Problems in General Linguistics. Trans. Mary E. Meek. Coral Gables, Fla.: University of Miami Press, 1971.

Bidney, Martin. "Diminishing Epiphanies of Odin: Carlyle's Reveries of Primal Fire." Modern Language Quarterly 44 (1983): 51-64

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Brookes, Gerry H. The Rhetorical Form of Carlyle's Sartor Resartus. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972,

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Campbell, Ian. "Carlyle and the Negro Question Again." Criticism 13 (1971): 279-90.

Edward Irving, Carlyle and the Stage." Studies in Scottish Literature 8 (1971): 166-73

Campbell, Ian, and Rodger Tarr. "Carlyle's Early Study of German: 1819-21" Illinois Quarterly 34 (December 1971): 19-27.

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Carrothers, W. A. Emigration from the British Isles with Special Reference to the Development of the Overseas Dominions. London: King, 1929.

Carter, April. Authority and Democracy. London: Routledge, 1979.

Caserio, Robert L. Plot, Story, and the Novel: From Dickens and Poe to the Modern Period. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1979.

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Christianson, Aileen. "Carlyle and Universal Penny Postage." Carlyle Newsletter 4 (1983): 16-19.

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Clubbe, John, ed. Carlyle and His Contemporaries. Durham: Duke University Press, 1976.

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Coleridge, Samuel T. Lay Sermons. Ed. R. J. White. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1972.

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Collmer, Robert G. "Carlyle, Francia, and Their Critics." Studies in Scottish Literature 14 (1979): 112-22.

Culler, A. Dwight. The Victorian Mirror of History. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985.

Cumming, Mark. "Carlyle, Whitman, and the Disimprisonment of Epic." Victorian Studies 29 (1986): 207-26.

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Dale, Peter Allan. "Sartor Resartus and the Inverse Sublime: The Art of Humorous Deconstruction." In Allegory, Myth, and Symbol, ed. Morton W. Bloomfield, 293-312. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1981.

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Davidoff, Leonore, Jean L'Esperance, and Howard Newby. "Landscape with Figures: Home and Community in English Society." In The Rights and Wrongs of Women, ed. Juliet Mitchell and Ann Oakley, 139-75. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1976.

DeLaura, David J. "Ishmael as Prophet: Heroes and Hero-Worship and the Self-Expressive Basis of Carlyle's Art." Texas Studies in English 2 (1965): 705-32.

[DeQuincey, Thomas]. "Goethe's Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship." London Magazine 10 (1824): 189-97.

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[Dixon, Hepworth]. "The Life ofjohn Sterling." Athenæum 1251 (1851): 1088-90.

Donovan, Robert A. "Carlyle and the Climate of Hero-Worship." University of Toronto Quarterly 42 (1973): 122-41.

Eagleton, Terry. The Function of Criticism: From The Spectator to Post-Structuralism. London: Verso, 1984.

Edwards, Janet Ray. "Carlyle and the Fictions of Belief: Sartor Resartus to Past and Present." In Clubbe, Carlyle, 91- 111.

Farrell, John P. Revolution as Tragedy: The Dilemma of the Moderate from Scott to Arnold. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 198o.

Fielding, K. J. "Carlyle Considers New Zealand." Landfall 129 (1979): 51-60. Fielding, K. J., and Rodger L. Tarr, eds. Carlyle Past and Present. London: Vision, 1976.

Fleishman, Avrom. Figures of Autobiography: The Language of Self-Writing in Victorian and Modern England. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983.

Foerster, Donald M. The Fortunes of Epic Poetry: A Study in English and American Criticism, 1750-1950. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1962.

Ford, George H. "The Governor Eyre Case in England." University of Toronto Quarterly 17 (1948): 219-33

Foucault, Michel. The Order of Things. New York: Vintage, 1970.

Fraser, James. Hand Book for Travellers in Ireland. London: Longmans, 1844

Freytag, Gustav. Neue Bilder aus dem Leben des deutschen Volkes. Leipzig: Hirzel, 1862.

Frith, C. H. Introduction. The Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell with Elucidations by Thomas Carlyle. Ed. S. C. Lomas. London: Methuen, 1904.

Galbraith, John Kenneth. Economics in Perspective: A Critical History. Bostori: Houghton Mifflin, 1987.

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Gaskell, Peter. Artisans and Machinery: The Moral and Physical Condition of the Manufacturing Population Considered with Reference to Mechanical Substitutes for Human Labour. 1836. London: Cass, 1968.

Gilbert, Elliot. "'A Wondrous Contiguity': Anachronism in Carlyle's Prophecy and Art." PMLA 87 (1972): 432-42.

Gilfillan, George. "The Life of John Sterling." Eclectic Review 104 (1851): 717-29.

Gissing, George. New Grub Street. Ed. Bernard Bergonzi. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968.

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Seigel, Jules P. "Carlyle and Peel: The Prophet's Search for a Heroic Politician and an Unpublished Fragment." Victorian Studies 26 (1983): 181-95.

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[Sewell, William]. "Carlyle's Works." Quarterly Review 66 (1840): 446-503.

Shell, Marc. The Economy of Literature. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 1978.

Shepperson, W. S. British Emigration to North America: Projects and Opinions in the Early Victorian Period. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1957.

Shine, Hill. Carlyle and the Saint-Simonians: The Concept of Historical Periodicity. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1941.

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Sigman, Joseph. "Adam Kadmon, Nifi, Muspel and the Biblical Symbolism of Sartor Resartus." English Literary History 41 (1974): 233-56.

Skabarnicki, Anne. "Annandale Evangelist and Scotch Voltaire: Carlyle's Reminiscences of Edward Irving and Francis Jeffrey." Scotia 4 (1 980): 16-24.

----------. "Too Hasty Souls: Goethe's Eurphorion in Carlyle's Life of John Sterling." Carlyle Newsletter 6 (1985): 27-34.

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