Carlyle's Theory of the Hero: Its Sources, Development, History and Influence on Carlyle's Work.
"A Study of a Nineteenth Century Idea." This classic work came about in an era when Carlyle's study of the French Revolution and political thought was sometimes held up as a cause of the Great War. His ideas about what makes the Great Man - the Hero - are examined in the context of Carlyle's own influences, including the late 18th century poets, writers and thinkers, as well as German philosophers. Fine condition in original paper cover with green cloth spine and paper label. Some pages remain uncut. Previous owner signature in front. Duke University Press, Durham North Carolina. 1928. USED. $30.00