Thomas Carlyle's apprenticeship: A bibliographical essay concerning his recently discovered writings
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Thomas Carlyle's apprenticeship: A bibliographical essay concerning his recently discovered writings

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A bibliographical essay dealing with Carlyle's early years as a writer.
Library Binding, 16 pages
Published July 1st 1971 by Haskell House Publishers (first published 1971)
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