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Thomas de Quincey: A Study (Classic Reprint) Paperback – 25 January 2019. by Ripley Hitchcock (Author).
HITCHCOCK, James Ripley Wellman, American art critic: b. Fitchburg, Mass. He was graduated at Harvard in 1877, and in 1882-83 made long journeys in the West, Mexico and Northwest as special correspondent of the New York Tribune, was art critic of the Tribune 1882-90. He was literary adviser to D. Appleton and Company in 1890-1902, and after 1902 to Harper and Brothers.
Price: US$ 2. 0 Convert Currency. green c w/paper label; lite wear at spine/tips; top edge gilt; 507 clean, unmarked pages. Shipping: US$ . 5 Within . Destination, rates & speeds. verified user30 Day Return Policy. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Confessions of an English Opium-Eater:. Publisher: D. Appleton & Co, NY. Publication Date: 1899.
On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts
On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts. 1. Under this title De Quincey gathered three essays, the rst published in 1827, the second (here reproduced in its entirety) in 1839, and a long Postscript in 1854. Scott’s notice occurs in Chapter XXIV: Nigel is reading this book late at night, when he hears the shriek announcing the discovery of the murdered body of old Trapbois, the miser.
Thomas De Quincey (1785-1859) studied at Oxford, failing to take his degree but discovering opium. He later met Coleridge, Southey and the Wordsworths. From 1828 until his death he lived in Edinburgh and made his living from journalism. It's nothing as difficult as Sir Thomas Browne or Robert Burton, but it's far from something you'd read from Oprah's Book Club. 5 people found this helpful.