1st Edition

The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Part I Vol 4

By Grevel Lindop, Barry Symonds Copyright 2000
    544 Pages
    by Routledge

    Thomas De Quincey (1785-1859) is considered one of the most important English prose writers of the early-19th century. This is the first part of a 21-volume set presenting De Quincey's work, also including previously unpublished material.

    VOLUME 4 ARTICLES AND TRANSLATIONS FROM THE LONDON MAGAZINE; WALLADMOR 1824-1825, Articles and translations from the London Magazine, 1824: Historico-Critical Inquiry into the Origins of the Rosicrucians and the Free-Masons; Analects from John Paul Richter; Dream upon the Universe, from John Paul Richter; The Services of Mr Ricardo to the Science of Political Economy ;Dialogues of Three Templars on Political Economy; Education. Plans for the Instruction of Boys in Large Numbers; Kant on National Character, in Relation to the Sense of the Sublime and Beautiful; Abstract of Swedenborgianism: by Immanuel Kant Goethe [Wilhelm Meister]; Idea of a Universal History on Cosmo-Political Plan, by Immanuel Kant; Walladmor (London: Taylor and Hessey, 1825); Walladmor (London: Taylor and Hessey, 1825); The Street Companion; or the Young Man's Guide and the Old Man's Comfort, in the Choice of Shoes London Magazine 1825; Explanatory notes Textual notes


    Grevel Lindop, Barry Symonds