Volume 29

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Editors Note

“Amid the thickest welter’- Manuscript Fragments of Thomas Carlyle’s Shooting Niagara- And After?”

“Shooting Niagra Fragments”

“Thomas Carlyle’s Journey to the Netherlands and the Genesis of Past and Present”

“The Shortest Tour on Record”

“‘Power tends to corrupt’- Thomas Carlyle, Lord Acton, and the Legacy of Frederick the Great”

“Victorian Historical Consciousness–Carlyle, Macaulay, Froude, and Lecky- A Review Essay”

“A Tale of a Table- Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf, and the Legacy of Thomas Carlyle”

“Coleridge, Freud, and Authority of Origins”

“A Newly Acquired Carlyle Letter to Moncure Conway”

“A Checklist of the Carlyle Letters and Manuscripts Held at the Armstrong Browning Library, Baylor University”

“The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle”

“Liberal Epic- The Victorian Practice of History”