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Rodger L. Tarr is University Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Illinois State University. Thomas Carlyle: A Descriptive Bibliography Oxford Studies in Islamic Art The Soho bibliographies, ISSN 0081-1874.

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Tolkien, A Descriptive Biography is a work by Douglas A. Anderson and Wayne G. Hammond that is a complete bibliography of the publications of J. R. Tolkien. It has a foreword by Rayner Unwin

Tolkien, A Descriptive Biography is a work by Douglas A. It has a foreword by Rayner Unwin. The book subdivides the works of Tolkien into the following sections: Books by . Contributions to Periodicals. Published Letters and Excerpts.

Tarr (English, Illinois State . sets the record straight on titles that have been inadequately catalogued and cited for years. He also describes for the first time accurately and in detail the physical states of publication, with scholarly glosses. ISBN13: 9780822936077.

Tarr, Rodger L. Publication date. Carlyle, Thomas, 1795-1881 - Bibliography. Charlottesville : Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia by the University Press of Virginia. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;. Kahle/Austin Foundation.

Bibliographies (Descriptive). As a result, Carlyle became identified with the worst excesses of mechanistic social engineering, which he had denounced so memorably in his greatest works, Sartor Resartus, The French Revolution, and Past and Present. Bibliographies (Secondary Sources). Similar to Prussia, he was erased from the intellectual landscape after 1945, only to be resurrected later as a flawed exemplar whose brutally paradoxical career warranted deeper study and consideration for the enduring truths that it yielded. Morrow 2006 is a valuable study of Carlyle’s intellectual and social mission. TARR, Rodger L. 1989. Margaret Fuller: A Descriptive Bibliography. A Shakespeare Bibliography. PAYNE, Waveney R. N. 1969.

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Title: Carlyle Bibliography collection. Repository: University of California, Santa Cruz. An annotated copy of this bibliography located in Box 1 serves as the key for the reference numbers.

Thomas Carlyle was an important and highly influential writer, thinker, and critic, the author of numerous books and pamphlets on political, historical, and social issues as well as on literature (especially German literature) and philosophy, and the famous History of the French Revolution ("Oxford Paperbacks", June 1989). A full bibliography of his writings is long overdue, and is admirably supplied by this detailed and meticulous volume in the Soho Bibliographies series. It covers all Carlyle's published writings (though an appendix also lists the principal books about him), including any works of recent scholarship which contain something by Carlyle published for the first time. In the main section, containing a chronological listing of all books, pamphlets, and broadsides wholly or substantially by Carlyle, each entry is prefaced by a facsimile of the title-page and, where relevant, a facsimile of the copyright page. In this section all printings and subsequent reprintings of all editions, in any language, up to 1880 (the last full year of his life) are given; all posthumous first editions, and subsequent reprintings of the first editions are given up to and including 1987. Subsequent sections include listings of publications of Carlyle's material in journals and newspapers, miscellaneous and collected editions and matter attributed to him. Unusually in a bibliography of this sort, the writings of Jane Carlyle, his wife, are also included, since some were edited by Carlyle, and nearly all are relevant to his work. There is a full index.
Thomas Carlyle: A Descriptive Bibliography (Soho Bibliographies) download epub
Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Author: Rodger L. Tarr
ISBN: 0198112122
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1st ed. edition (November 23, 1989)
Pages: 564 pages