Thomas Carlyle

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Scottish historian who wrote about the French Revolution (1795-1881)


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Carlyle, Thomas (1832) 'Corn Law Rhymes', reprinted in Miscellaneous Essays, London: Chapman and Hall, 1888, vol.
Carlyle, Thomas, The French Revolution (London: Chapman and Hall 1896).
Among contributors in the 19th century were Robert Browning, Thomas Carlyle, Thomas Hood, Charles Lamb, and Walter Pater.
Carlyle, Thomas, Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell.
French Revolution, The Three-volume narrative history by British essayist and historian Carlyle, Thomas, first published in 1837.