Criticism on Faust (working title)

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Criticism on Faust (working title)

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"I have read the Tragedies - I thank you for them - they are Byron"s. Need I praise them. I have also read your eloquent history of Faust - For it too I think you. It has fewer faults and greater merits than its Author led me to expect -"

Source

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Notes
Taken from letter from JBW to Thomas Carlyle, dated c. 17 January 1822. Pages 19-21 in this edition. See also JBW's letter to Carlyle dated 29 Dec 1821, and TC's letter to Alexander Carlyle dated 12 Jan 1822. Carlyle refers to the essay in his letter to JBW dated 14 Jan 1822 (p. 14 in this edition) in which he refers to having finished writing it.

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Criticism on Faust (working title)

Reading experience
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ukred-12719

Evidence

"I have read the Tragedies - I thank you for them - they are Byron"s. Need I praise them. I have also read your eloquent history of Faust - For it too I think you. It has fewer faults and greater merits than its Author led me to expect -"

Source

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Taken from letter from JBW to Thomas Carlyle, dated c. 17 January 1822. Pages 19-21 in this edition. See also JBW's letter to Carlyle dated 29 Dec 1821, and TC's letter to Alexander Carlyle dated 12 Jan 1822. Carlyle refers to the essay in his letter to JBW dated 14 Jan 1822 (p. 14 in this edition) in which he refers to having finished writing it.

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Accessed on 2019/11/12 16:41:42

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Related text or manuscript
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Scotland
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