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When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontent. Vol. i. p. 526.
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On Taste
The introductory discourse to the aesthetic treatise On the Sublime and Beautiful. From the Harvard Classics, Vol. XXIV, Part 1.
 
On the Sublime and Beautiful
This aesthetic treatise was an advance in the uniting of philosophy with psychology. From the Harvard Classics, Vol. XXIV, Part 2.
 
Reflections on the French Revolution
The prophetic warning against the pulling down of all that is good in society with the bad. From the Harvard Classics, Vol. XXIV, Part 3.
 
A Letter to a Noble Lord
A personal defense from the master of prosaic irony. From the Harvard Classics, Vol. XXIV, Part 4.
 
Bartlett’s Burke Quotations
Epitomal selections by John Bartlett.
 
 
WRITINGS ABOUT BURKE
 
Edmund Burke
Chapter by Herbert J. C. Grierson with bibliography from the Cambridge History of English Literature.



 
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