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By Michael Timko (auth.)

ISBN-10: 1349093076

ISBN-13: 9781349093076

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ISBN-13: 9781349093090

This learn of Caryle and Tennyson explores their mutual impression and the influence of every on his personal time. the writer analyzes the categorical Carlylean principles (social, political, non secular, aesthetic) and examines the ways that Tennyson resisted and remodeled those principles and their impact.

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Can he judge through the dark cloud? thick clouds are a covering to him, that he seeth not; and he walketh in the circuit of heaven'. 28 Foundations One can understand, too, Carlyle'S appreciation of its 'literary merit', although Carlyle was no literary critic; in verses 7-14 of Chapter 26, for instance, there is demonstrated a sense of the poetic power of the Book: He stretcheth out the north over the empty space, and hangeth the earth upon nothing. He bindeth up the waters in this thick cloud; and the cloud is not rent under them.

Instinctively, too, he believed, no man more firmly, that Right alone has ultimately any strength in this world: ultimately, yes;-but for him and his poor brief interests, what good was it? Hope for himself in Divine Justice, in Divine Providence, I think he had not practically any; that the unfathomable Demiurgus should concern himself with such a set of paltry ill-given animalcules as oneself and mankind are, this also, as we have often noticed, 38 Foundations is in the main incredible to him.

In his 'Inaugural Address' to the students at Edinburgh University, for instance, he refers to studies in universities at one point. They begin [he says] as is well known, with their grand aim directed on Theology,-their eye turned earnestly on Heaven . . In regard to theology, as you are aware, it has been and especially was then, the study of the deepest heads that come into the world,-what is the nature of this stupendous Universe, and what are our relations to it, and to all things knowable to man, or known only to the great Author of man and it.

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