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|"The genius of humanity is the real subject whose biography is written in our |
annals. ... egalitarian- ism: "Social Life is the aggregate of all the individual men's
Lives who constitute society; History is the essence of innumerable Biographies.
|idea of the importance of the heroic in historical study.8 His "history is the |
essence of innumerable biographies", is a bit of a cliche", the equivalent of a
catch phrase "play-it-again, Sam" among historians. However, those who invoke
this phrase ...
|THE ESSAY ''ON HISTORY'' (1830), THOMAS CARLYLE FAMOUSLY CLAIMS |
that ''History is the essence of innumerable Biographies.''1 Add to that
authoritative assertion a second, equally authoritative statement from On Heroes,
|Thomas Carlyle, writing in the early nineteenth century, signalled the |
reintegration of history and biography when he famously defined history as 'the
essence of innumerable biographies'. To an extent, British history had come full
circle back to ...
|Out of the depths of his mature wisdom Carlyle wrote: “History is the essence of |
innumerable biographies.” Farther than this what propriety can there be in
advancing reasons for the compilation of such a work as the one at hand? Essex
|OUT of the depths of his mature wisdom Carlyle wrote: “ History is the essence of |
innumerable biographies. ... Morris county has sustained within its confines men
who have been prominent in the history of the state and nation from the early ...
Eugene Benson, University Professor Emeritus of English Eugene Benson, L.W. Conolly - 2004 - Preview - More editions
|Literary History of Canada: Canadian Literature in English 4 (1990). MARILYN |
RUSSELL ROSE Biography As if adopting Carlyle's dictum that 'history is the
essence of innumerable biographies' – biographies chiefly of 'heroes' –
|Prior to that, it had been assumed that those seeking a knowledge of history |
would do so through reading the works of great ... In his 1830 essay 'On History',
Carlyle insisted that 'history was the essence of innumerable biographies'. A
study of ...
|istorian Thomas Carlyle wrote that "History is the essence of innumerable |
biographies." What is true for history is often true for genealogy, which is a subset
of historical inquiry. Certainly, this is the case with Carlyle's frequently quoted ...