Thomas De Quincey

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תומס דה קוינסי, Tomas de Kvinsi, Thomas DeQuincey, and 25 others Де Квинси, ド・クィンシー, De Quincey, T. de Quincey, Quincey, トマス ド・クインシー, デ・クゥインシイ, Thomas De Quincey, Томас де Куинси, Квинси, തോമസ് ഡി ക്വിൻസി, Tomas De Kvinsi, كونسى، توماس دى, Thomas De Quincy, Thomas de Quincy, T. De Quincey, Куинси, دى كونسى، توماس, 토머스 드 퀸시, Томас де Квинси, トマス・ド・クインシー, ド・クインシー, थॉमस डी क्विंसी, Thomas de Quincey, Томас Де Квинси
Aug. 15, 1785
Dec. 8, 1859

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Thomas Penson De Quincey (; 15 August 1785 – 8 December 1859) was an English writer, essayist, and literary critic, best known for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (1821). Many scholars suggest that in publishing this work De Quincey inaugurated the tradition of addiction literature in the West.

Books by Thomas De Quincey