[Chapter 3, note 40, of the author's Carlyle and the Search for Authority, which the Ohio State University Press published in 1991. It appears in the Victorian web with the kind permission of the author, who of course retains copyright. indicates a link to material not in the original print version. GPL]

Holloway briefly discusses Carlyle's "dramatization of discussion" through the use of fictional personae in Sartor Resartus, Past and Present, the introduction to Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches, and Latter-Day Pamphlets, but he does not connect it to the dramatization of discussions by historical personae in The French Revolution (27).


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