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The Portrait of Mr. W.H.

“The Portrait of Mr W. H.” was first published in Blackwood's Magazine in 1889 as a short story dealing with forgery, literary interpretation, and Shakespeare’s Sonnets. After its initial publication, Wilde drafted an expanded version that would have been entitled The Incomparable and Ingenious History of Mr W.H; however, it was lost for over twenty years following his bankruptcy sale.

Works Cited in the Captions for the “George Eliot Portrait Gallery”

Works Cited in the Captions for the “George Eliot Portrait Gallery”

“Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Johnson.” Smithsonian American Art Museum. Accessed July 13, 2020. americanart.si.edu/artwork/abraham-lincoln-11524.

Cross, John. George Eliot’s Life, as Related in Her Letters and Journals. Cabinet Edition. Vol. 1. 3 vols. London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1885.

Cross, John Walter. George Eliot’s Life, as Related in Her Letters and Journals. Vol. 2. 3 vols. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1885.

Recommended Readings

Recommended Readings

The bibliography presented here is intended to provide readers with a selective introduction to scholarship on Sartor Resartus. It includes works that reflect upon the narratological structure, politics, and context of the volume, but of necessity omits many valuable studies that engage with the more minute details of Carlyle’s writing.

Baker, Lee C.R., “The Open Secret of ‘Sartor Resartus’: Carlyle’s Method of Converting his Reader.” Studies in Philology. 83.2 (Spring, 1986): 218-35.

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