The dramatic machinery of “Sartor Resartus” is therefore turned to a third service.
Perhaps the lady professor has never read ‘Sartor Resartus’!
I had read in Sartor Resartus, “If a man reads, shall he not be learned?”
Exi, erumpe, evade, or I'll turn you into a Sartor Resartus.
If indigestion invariably resulted in a "Sartor Resartus," it would be a vastly more tolerable thing than it is.
Sartor Resartus does not seem to me to have any special mission.
The failure of Sartor Resartus to attract average readers is quite intelligible.
What experiences of his own life are reflected in Sartor Resartus?
The answer to this will give the key to Sartor Resartus, and to Carlyle's whole mental outlook.
The author of the "Sartor Resartus" did not care for titles.