- Carlyle's attacks on the Wealthy in "Hudson's Statue"
- Coiners in "Hudson's Statue"
- Carlyle's Allusions to the Brazen Serpent in "Hudson's Statue"
- Industrial Imagery in Carlyle's "Hudson's Statue"
The French Revolution
- Imagery, Narration, and Point of View in Carlyle's The French Revolution
- The Bastille as metaphor for the ancien regime in The French Revolution
- Fire as dominant image in The French Revolution
- Metaphor of the paper building in The French Revolution
- Different use of image and symbol in The French Revolution and Cromwell's Letters and Speeches almost devoid of symbolic interpretation
Past and Present
Attitudes towards Symbolic Thought
Landow, George P. "'Swim or Drown': Carlyle's World of Shipwrecks, Castaways, and Stranded Voyagers." Studies in English Literature 15 (1975), 641-55.de
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