4 edition of Wordsworth scholarship and criticism, 1973-1984 found in the catalog.
Wordsworth scholarship and criticism, 1973-1984
|Statement||Mark Jones and Karl Kroeber.|
|Series||Garland reference library of the humanities ;, vol. 536|
|Contributions||Kroeber, Karl, 1926-|
|LC Classifications||Z8985 .J66 1985, PR5888 .J66 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 316 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||316|
|LC Control Number||84045384|
Mark Jones and Wordsworth Scholarship and Criticism, , An Annotated Karl Kroeber, eds. Bibliography, with Selected Criticism, (Eric Birdsall) Frank Jordan, ed. The English Romantic Poets, A Review of Research and Criticism, 4th (Eric Birdsall) ed. James C. McKusick Coleridge's Philosophy of Language (Robert N. Essick) Literary Criticism, Open Access Journals. Allen, Stuart. "Metropolitan Wordsworth: Allegory as Affirmation and Critique in The Prelude." Allen contends that the use of allegory in The Prelude enables Wordsworth both to convey the alienating character of the city and to explore London's affective and imaginative icism on the Net 40 ().
A complete and thorough study of William Wordsworth’s Ecclesiastical Sonnets emphasizing especially religion and history. The Ecclesiastical Sonnets are a sonnet sequence of poems beginning with the founding of Christianity in England to the state of religion in Wordsworth’s day. Although a later work, they characterize many topics close to Wordsworth’s heart – the idea of history Pages: Wordsworth's Poetry, Tim Fulford. pages | 6 x 9 Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the Haney Foundation Series View table of contents and excerpt. Winner of the Robert Penn Warren-Cleanth Brooks Award for literary scholarship and criticism for
Claiming that the scholarship and criticism of Romanticism and its works have for too long been dominated by a Romantic ideology—by an uncritical absorption in Romanticism’s own self-representations—Jerome J. McGann presents a new, critical view of the subject that calls for a radically revisionary reading of Romanticism. In the course of his study, McGann analyzes both the . He reveals an understanding of Wordsworth's poetry as itself "dialogically" responding to its various contexts, and opens up fruitful possibilities for current criticism and teaching of Wordsworth. This challenging book uses the case of Wordsworth studies to make a far-reaching survey of modern literary theory and its implications for the Author: Don H. Bialostosky.
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"Wordsworth: An Inner Life shows that it is still possible to say new things about a life and a literary oeuvre which might seem, in outline, all too familiar." Times Literary Supplement "This is traditional scholarship at its best, attentive to detail and immersed in a welter of poetic sources, which will no doubt be studied and absorbed by Cited by: Gill, tutor at Lincoln College, Oxford, has availed himself of the mass of recent Wordsworth scholarship, plus the large cache of the poet's family papers discovered inin producing this solid, intelligent and highly readable biography, which, while not neglecting Wordsworth as solitary visionary, brings out his determination to be an intellectual power in the by: The Oxford Handbook of William Wordsworth deploys its forty-seven original essays to present a stimulating account of Wordsworth's life and achievement and to map new directions in criticism.
In addition to twenty-two essays wholly on Wordsworth's poetry, other essays return to the poetry while exploring other dimensions of the life and work of the major Romantic poet.5/5(1).
Wordsworth also revived the sonnet and is one of the greatest masters of that form. Wordsworth is one of the giants of English poetry and criticism, his work ranging from the almost childishly simple to Wordsworth scholarship and criticism philosophically profound. The chapters devoted to the Victorians include the writings of the men of letters who shaped the criticism of the day, and the beginnings of scholarship and research in the work of biographers, editors, and the Wordsworth Society.
This book seeks to isolate the special factors that generate William Wordsworth's greatness as a poet. Setting out from dissatisfaction with the current trend towards New Historicism in Wordsworthian criticism, it endeavours to qualify the social and political bias of that criticism by a renewed assertion of the poetic primacy of the personal and the : Thomas Mcfarland.
In the Prelude Wordsworth opposes such insight as furnished by the imagination to conventional education, the conventional misleading “wisdom” of books, and the stunting of the passions by overcrowded life in the cities where “the human heart is sick.”Such wisdom, he states, is fostered by the wealthy few in the service of their own interests (XIII, –).
William Wordsworth. – Lebrecht Music and Arts Photo Library / Alamy Stock Photo. William Wordsworth was one of the founders of English Romanticism and one its most central figures and important intellects.
He is remembered as a poet of spiritual and epistemological speculation, a poet concerned with the human relationship to nature and a fierce advocate of using the vocabulary and. This chapter considers Thomas De Quincey's literary criticism, and particularly his criticisms of William Wordsworth, in relation to Samuel Taylor Coleridge's similar concerns.
It shows that De Quincey's criticisms of Wordsworth were informed by a Coleridgean critical agenda which De Quincey carried beyond the age of reform into his later imperialist thinking. Scholarship and Criticism, An Annotated Bibliography (Garland, ).
His essays on Wordsworth, criticism, and theory appear in ANQ, Boundary 2, and Stud-ies in Romanticism, and he recently completed a book-length manuscript investigat-ing the "Lucy poems" as editorial and institutional con-struct.
This essay and "Spiri-tual Capitalism. Wordsworth. This volume contains one of the fullest, and certainly the most accurately edited, collections of Shelley s poetry and prose available. All the texts have been re-edited from primary sources especially for this edition.
Included in the selection are four early poems from The Esdaile Notebook; Queen Mab, Alastor, Mont Blanc, and Hymn to Intellectual Beauty ; Lines Written among the Euganean. Both a good introduction to the poet and his work and a valuable snapshot of the current state of Wordsworth scholarship.
Fifteen essays by leading Wordsworth scholars offering a wide-ranging study of key works and themes. Hartman, Geoffrey H. Wordsworth’s Poetry, – New Haven, CT, and London: Yale University Press, Jonathan Wordsworth, who has died a was a gifted and inspiring critic, scholar and teacher of English literature.
and in he was the first to print the two-book, version of. Wordsworth was an 18th-century contemporary of Blake and his greatest poetry was composed before Keats had written a line. His impact, however, was not fully registered until the Victorian period, when it became common to place his poetry in the great line of Spenser, Shakespeare, and Milton.
In part, this book examines how it influenced the Victorian poets and novelists who acknowledged its. William Wordsworth (7 April – 23 April ) was an English Romantic poet who, with Samuel Taylor Coleridge, helped to launch the Romantic Age in English literature with their joint publication Lyrical Ballads ().
Wordsworth's magnum opus is generally considered to be The Prelude, a semi-autobiographical poem of his early years that he revised and expanded a number of mater: St John's College, Cambridge.
Essays by several contributors represent a marriage between traditional textual scholarship and issues raised by contemporary theory and criticism. Jonathan Wordsworth discusses the making and remaking of The Prelude, along with other examples of the long poem in English; he emphasizes the shifting nature of both the text and the self and Author: Pauline Fletcher.
Chapter Summary for William Wordsworth's Poems of William Wordsworth (Selected), the prelude book 1 summary. Find a summary of this and each chapter of Poems of William Wordsworth (Selected).
Analysis. The first book of The Prelude is an exciting and passionate introduction to the person Wordsworth became. Writing at the midpoint of his.
Wordsworth Scholarship and Criticism, An Annotated Bibliography, with Selected Criticism, Jones, Mark & Karl Kroeber Bookseller: John. Charles Darwin and the Church of William Wordsworth is a study of the cultural connections between two of the nineteenth century's most influential figures, Charles Darwin and William Wordsworth.
When Darwin published On the Origin of Species, his reading public's affective response to the natural world had already been profoundly influenced by William Wordsworth.speech” ( VI: ). Hoagwood asserts that Wordsworth’s concept of the imagination, which was key to his understanding of the world and of poetry, changed throughout his life ().
The imagination is particularly important in Wordsworth’s most famous work, the epic, multi-book poem, The Prelude. He originally wrote the poem in two File Size: KB.Seamus Heaney was born in County Derry in Northern Ireland. Death of a Naturalist, his first collection of poems, appeared inand was followed by poetry, criticism and translations which established him as the leading poet of his he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, and twice won the Whitbread Book of the Year, for The Spirit Level () and Beowulf ()/5(15).