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Identify the Famous HISTORIAN who quoted and about whom ?
These Arabs, the man Mahomet, and that one century, - is it not as if a spark had fallen, one spark, on a world of what proves explosive powder, blazes heaven-high from Delhi to Granada! I said, the Great man was always as lightning out of Heaven; the rest of men waited for him like fuel, and then they too would flame..."

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Asked by azam khan, 15 Dec '11 06:27 pm
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Thomas Carlyle in Heroes, Hero Worship, and the Heroic in History, Lecture 2, Friday, 8th May 1840.
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Thomas Carlyle in Heroes, Hero Worship, and the Heroic in History, Lecture 2, Friday, 8th May 1840.

"As there is no danger of our becoming, any of us, Mahometans (i.e. Muslim), I mean to say all the good of him I justly can...
"When Pococke inquired of Grotius, where the proof was of that story of the pigeon, trained to pick peas from Mahomet's (Muhammad's) ear, and pass for an angel dictating to him? Grotius answered that there was no proof!...

"A poor, hard-toiling, ill-provided man; careless of what vulgar men toil for. Not a bad man, I should say; Something better in him than hunger of any sort, -- or these wild arab men, fighting and jostling three-and-twenty years at his hand, in close contact with him always, would not revered him so! They were wild men bursting ever and anon into quarrel, into all kinds of fierce sincerity; without right worth and manhood, no man could have commanded them. They called him prophet you say? Why he stood there face to face with them; bare, ...more
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Thomas Carlyle in Heroes, Hero Worship, and the Heroic in History, Lecture 2, Friday, 8th May 1840.
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