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Published .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 23615
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiii, 463 l.
Number of Pages463
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1368037M
LC Control Number92895333

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  While De Quincey was busy not writing his Blackwood’s article, a drama was brewing which consumed much of his attention. These were the glory days of literary-political journalism and in January a revived version of the 18th-century monthly the London Magazine had launched, with the aim of countering the power of the Scottish periodicals. It . Compulsive book-buying, for example, forced De Quincey and his family to leave the hallowed Dove Cottage, which was now overflowing with books, and rent a second property nearby in . Born (15 August) in Manchester, son of Thomas Quincey, textile importer, and Elizabeth Penson. Death of his sister Jane, aged three. Death of his sister Elizabeth, aged nine. Death of his father. Moves to Bath. Enters Bath Grammar School. His mother takes the name "De Quincey." Enters Winkfield School, Wiltshire. Biography. De Quincey is a professor of Philosophy and Consciousness Studies at John F. Kennedy University, Dean of Consciousness Studies and the Arthur M. Young Professor of Philosophy at the University of Philosophical Research, and adjunct faculty at the Holmes Institute, and at Schumacher College, Devon, is founder of The Wisdom Academy .

By: Thomas de Quincey () The Hunter Thompson of the 19th Century, de Quincey is best known for his Confessions of an English Opium Eater (an activity shared with his hero, Samuel Coleridge, much to Wordsworth’s dismay). However, de Quincey’s literary genius is best captured in his essays, and, according to Wikipedia: His immediate influence extended to . The Opium-Eater: A Thomas De Quincey Story (Kindle Single) - Kindle edition by Morrell, David. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Opium-Eater: A Thomas De Quincey Story (Kindle Single)/5(40). Miscellaneous Essays [Quincey, Thomas De] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Miscellaneous Essays.   Brief memoir of De QuinceyConfessions of an opium-eaterRichard BentleyDr. Parr and his contemporariesLetters to a young man whose education has been neglectedJohn Paul RichterAnalects from RichterThe king of HaytiGoethe, as reflected in his novel of Wilhelm MeisterOn the knocking at the gate in MacbethHistorico-critical inquiry into the Pages:

  Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater by Thomas De Quincey - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg.   De Quincey, Thomas, Title: Narrative and Miscellaneous Papers Contents: The household wreck -- The Spanish nun -- Flight of a Tartar tribe -- System of the heavens as revealed by Lord Rosse's telescopes -- Modern superstition -- Coleridge and opium-eating -- Temperance movement -- On war -- The last days of Immanuel Kant. Language. In chapter four, “De Quincey’s ‘Science of Style,’” Agnew continues her discussion of De Quincey’s essays, calling attention to his perception that the. intellectual energy of the Romantic era was fizzling out with the onset of mass marketed publications. “For De Quincey,” she explains, “the art of style facili -. The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Volume 5. Thomas De Quincey. Hurd and Houghton, 0 Reviews. Preview this book.