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the experience of reading in Britain, from 1450 to 1945...

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Donald Brown


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 : Quarterly Review

'I was astonished to find the following in the Quarterly Review: - "England has Carlyle". "There is no other English name to be placed beside that of Carlyle." Carlyle was a "Scot", not an Englishman, and protest in the strongest terms possible against any Scot being called by the infamous appellation of "Englishman". "Anglo-Saxon", "England", and "Englishman" are the most horrid and abominable appellations the tongue of man can utter.'

Century: 1900-1945     Reader/Listener/Group: Donald Brown      Print: Serial / periodical


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