Definition of Carlyle, Thomas in English:

Carlyle, Thomas

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Pronunciation: /kɑːˈlʌɪl
 
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( 1795–1881), Scottish historian and political philosopher. He established his reputation as a historian with his History of the French Revolution (1837). Influenced by German romanticism, many of his works, including Sartor Resartus (1833-4), celebrate the force of the ‘strong, just man’ as against the degraded masses.

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