Thomas Carlyle (disambiguation)

"Thomas Carlyle" is composed of at least 2 distinct authors, divided by their works.

Includes the names: Thomas Carlyl, Thomas Carlyle, Tommaso Carlyle, Томас Карлейль, Thomas Edited by Ernest Rhys Carlyle, Thomas. (1795 - 1881). Introduced By Hilaire Bello
Also includes: CARLYLE (1)

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Thomas Carlyle (2) : Erik Bruun

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2) Erik Bruun actually wrote Test Your History IQ

Smelfungus is a name given by Laurence Sterne to Tobias Smollett as author of a volume of Travels through France and Italy, for the snarling abuse he heaps on the institutions and customs of the countries he visited.

In the 19th century it was adopted by Thomas Carlyle as a pen-name when he had any seriously severe criticisms to offer on things, particularly those that have gone or are going to the bad. Patrick Proctor Alexander also used the name in his book Mill and Carlyle, which contrasted Carlyle's views with those of John Stuart Mill. Proctor's Occasional Discourse on Sauertieg by Smelfungus attacks Carlyle's more brutal ideas.

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