Thomas Carlyle was born in Ecclefechan, Scotland on December 4, 1795. Thomas Carlyle had a very small family. Thomas Carlyle had a father who indeed liked to use his talents to benefit the citizens of Scotland. One of his talents was building and creating certain objects. Thomas’s father used that skill later on in his life and became a stone masonry. In this field Thomas’s father created things such as tombs, monuments and even cathedrals. His father was also a Calvinist .Thomas Carlyle had a stepmother who was present in the most precious and troublesome times of his life. When Thomas thought he was never going to succeed in his career plans his stepmother was always there to comfort him.
Thomas would begin his education career by being homeschooled at his home. He would continue his career at a school named Annan which happened to be located near a village close by his home. Thomas would participate in grammar activities at that school. Thomas finished out at Annan and proceeded to attend college at the University of Edinburgh. Thomas got his teaching degree in the subject of mathematics at the University of Edinburgh. Thomas began to teach at local schools including a school by the name of Kirkcaldy where he saw one of his long time friends Edward Irving.
Thomas Carlyle was able to make a lot of friends during his high school career. One of his friends he was able to meet was a young woman named Jane Balie Welsh. Jane and Thomas began to talk very intensely to each other as the days of their high school career went by. Thomas began to learn some of Jane’s characteristics. He began to notice her as being very willing and open toward him. Thomas Carlyle and Jane Balie Welsh would tie the knot on October 17, 1826 in her grandfather’s house at Templand. Together they would now be know as Thomas and Jane Carlyle.
Thomas Carlyle had a full list of things he did during his spare time. Thomas liked to write essays. Romantics and the French Revolution was the top two things that Thomas Carlyle liked to write about. Thomas also liked to compose different types of satirical pieces (name one his pieces) to which he wrote in a way that would get his reader’s attention in the most hysterical ways. Thomas also was known for creating a lot of Victorian Literature pieces. Thomas also liked to study a lot of different things. Thomas studied the aspects of the courses of law and some aspects of theology.
Times of Remembrance
Thomas went through a lot of memorable times during his life. Thomas went...