Volume 26

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Editors Note

“That noblest quality of real friendship—Truth” – Letters of Harriet, Lady Ashburton, to Thomas Carlyle, 1843–1857

Another Voice . . . “A Blot on Literary Fame”- Julia Wedgwood, Thomas Carlyle, and the Biographical Imperative

Mr. Froude as a Biographer.

Imitation and Imagination- John Ruskin, Plato, and Aesthetics

Imitation and Imagination- John Ruskin, Plato, and Aesthetics

The London and Paris Address Book of Confederate Emissary Rose O’Neale Greenhow

“Things removed that hidden in thee lie ”- Thomas Carlyle and the Folger Library

Ruskin and Venice – The Paradise of Cities .

The Letters of Francis Jeffrey to Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle

Contributors