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by John C Whale

Author: John C Whale
Language: English
Publisher: Barnes & Noble; First Edition edition (1984)
Pages: 245 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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De Quincey was born Thomas Quincey in the English city of Manchester on. .Whale, John . Thomas De Quincey's Reluctant Autobiography, Barnes & Noble, 1984.

De Quincey was born Thomas Quincey in the English city of Manchester on August 15, 1785. The family later adopted the name De Quincey, hypothesizing that they were related to an old Anglo-French family named de Quincis that dated back to the time of the Norman Conquest. De Quincey's father Thomas was a cloth merchant in Manchester, the cradle of English industry, and the family lived in a pleasant country home. He accumulated a huge library of books, and his friends began to treat him as something of a mobile lending library.

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Thomas Penson De Quincey (/də ˈkwɪnsi/; 15 August 1785 – 8 December 1859) was an English essayist, best known for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (1821). Thomas Quincey was born at 86 Cross Street, Manchester, Lancashire. His father, a successful merchant with an interest in literature, died when De Quincey was quite young

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In December 1820, Thomas De Quincey (1785-1859), by that time an opium-eater for over 16 years and an addict for over eight, arrived in Edinburgh from Grasmere to write for Blackwood's Magazine. He was, more accurately, an opium-drinker, taking the drug in the form of laudanum, alcoholic tincture of opium.

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In my first book, Thomas De Quincey's Reluctant Autobiography, I considered Romantic writings in relationship to their magazine context. For example, my book on John Keats for Palgrave's Critical Issues series (2005) focuses on gender and sexuality. At that early stage of my career, I was interested in challenging the isolated purity of a Romantic aesthetic which often divorced writing from its social and political contexts. I was particularly interested in the correlation between reluctance or recalcitrance and Romantic vision . how vision proceeds from difficulty or pressure.

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