The Cambridge Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry
Cambridge University Press, Mar 26, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 298 pages
Altogether the volume provides an invaluable resource for scholars and students."--BOOK JACKET.
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Introduction the future of eighteenthcentury poetry
Couplets and conversation
Publishing and reading poetry
The city in eighteenthcentury poetry
Questions in poetics why and how poetry matters
Eighteenthcentury women poets and readers
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