disimprison

disimprison

(ˌdɪsɪmˈprɪzən)
vb (tr)
to release from confinement
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Vanden Bossche's overall discussion regarding Carlyle's lifelong interest in epic to some extent parallels what I sketched out in a 1985 article, "Carlyle as an Epic Historian," an argument independently developed and expanded by Mark Cumming in his outstanding A Disimprisoned Epic: Form and Vision in Carlyle's French Revolution (1988).
Mark Cumming, A Disimprisoned Epic: Form and Vision in Carlyle's French Revolution.
Now comes Mark Cumming claiming, in a very intelligent book, that it is "a disimprisoned epic."