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Published: 24 January 2019

944 Pages | 18 black & white illustrations


ISBN: 9780198815594

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The French Revolution

Thomas Carlyle
Edited by David R. Sorensen , Brent E. Kinser , and Mark Engel

Oxford World's Classics

  • The text is a critical text based on the collation of the first edition of 1837 as copy-text against the Second Edition of 1839, the Third Edition of 1848, the Uniform Edition of 1857-58, and the Library Edition of 1869-71.
  • The extensive notes explain classical, literary, and historical allusions, and in many instances provide direct links to Carlyle's primary source volumes.
  • The emphasis throughout allows readers uninterrupted access to Carlyle's text, while providing them with signposts to future reading and research.
  • A select bibliography features a number of recent studies by Antonia Fraser, Mona Ozouf, Munro Price, Simon Schama, and Timothy Tackett that adopt 'Carlylean' approaches in their treatment of the French Revolution.
  • Feature chronologies of both Thomas Carlyle and the French Revolution

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