The Man of Letters as Hero
In 1840, Thomas Carlyle defined the man of letters as his surpreme hero. The reason why and how his status later developed is the subject of this paper.
||Literary History, History of ideas, The Meaning and Development of ‘The Man of Letters’
The International Journal of the Book, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp.41-48.
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Marianne Egeland has published books on the perception of time in Mexican literature, on Sylvia Plath, The Norwegian University Press, the biography as a literary and historic genre, and a doctoral thesis on the rhetoric of biography. She is an associate professor of literature at the University of Oslo, Norway.
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