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Perforations in the Latter-Day Pamphlets, by One of the Eighteen Millions of Bores
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Perforations in the Latter-Day Pamphlets, by one of the " Eighteen Millions ofBoreś" 4 which came when Carlyle was in Scotsbrig, addressed by Emerson according to Jane, though she also says it was illustrated which it was not. One might expect it to be unpleasant, coming.
The first edition of Carlyle's Latter-Day Pamphlets, Latter-Day Pamphlets was a series of " pamphlets " published by Thomas Carlyle in in vehement denunciation of what he believed to be the political, social, and religious imbecilities and injustices of the period.
Page - Committee sit upon them, are sure to be the parent of much empty talk, laborious hypocrisy, dilettantism, futility; involving huge trouble and expense and babble, which end in no result, if not in worse than none.
The practical man, in his moments of sincerity, feels them to be a pretentious nothingness ; a confused superfluity and nuisance, purchased with cost, — what he in brief. Past and Present (), and Latter Day Pamphlets () present his economic and industrial theories.
With The Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell (), The Life of John Sterling (), and History of Frederick II of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great () he returned to biography. Latter Day Pamphlets by Thomas Carlyle () (p) Back [Summary of NoI].
THE PRESENT TIME [1st February, ] The Present Time, youngest-born of Eternity, child and heir of all the Past Times with their good and evil, and parent of all the Future, is ever a "New Era" to the thinking man; and comes with new questions and significance, however commonplace it look: to know it.
The Redeemer shall stand at the latter day upon the earth, Job In the last days, the Lord’s house shall be established, Isa. In the last days perilous times shall come, 2 Tim. Latter-day scoffers shall deny the Second Coming, 2 Pet.
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Thomas Carlyle, Latter-Day Pamphlets, No. I, The Present Time (Feb. 1, ) Writing inat a time when monarchs throughout Europe had recently been deposed as worthless parasites; the Irish potato famine left millions starving; London was full of poor people, dying from starvation and overwork; wages were below subsistence level; the air and water were being fouled/5(6).
About this Item: Chapman & Hall, 8vo., First Edition thus, with a an engraved portrait frontispiece (original tissue guard present), title in red and black, wanting front free endpaper, small neat signature on blank preliminary, endpapers and page edges lightly browned; black ribbed cloth, gilt back, uncut, backstrip lightly faded (but all lettering wholly legible), a very good, tight copy.
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Carlyle’s book on Frederick the Great—Hitler’s favorite book.7 Never was ‘‘there a publication so provocative of rage, hatred and per-sonal malevolence,’’ writes one newspaper of the Latter-Day Pamphlets, though. This edition has only the first 5 of the 8 pamphlets that Carlyle issued monthly during This incompleteness seems to be common to many editions, for reasons I'm unsure of.
It's not easy to get all 8. On original publication, the Latter-Day Pamphlets met with some disfavour; his biographer Froude said they caused "universal offence".Reviews: 2.