English Romantic Poets: Modern Essays in Criticism
Meyer Howard Abrams
Oxford University Press, 1975 - Literary Criticism - 485 pages
[The Romantic Period] -- On the discrimination of romanticisms / Arthur O. Lovejoy -- The structure of romantic nature imagery / W.K. Wimsatt -- The correspondent breeze : a romantic metaphor / M.H. Abrams -- [Blake] -- Blake after two centuries / Northrop Frye -- Point of view and context in Blake's songs / Robert F. Gleckner -- Dialectic in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell / Harold Bloom -- [Wordsworth] -- On Wordsworth and the Locke tradition / Basil Willey -- Sensation and vision in Wordsworth / Carlos Baker -- Wordsworth / Charles Williams -- The immortality ode / Lionel Trilling -- [Coleridge] -- Coleridge's conversation poems / George McLean Harper -- Coleridge's divine comedy / G.W. Knight -- The ancient mariner / Humphry House -- [Byron] -- Byron / T.S. Eliot -- Byron and the colloquial tradition in English poetry / Ronald Bottrall -- Irony and image in Don Juan / Ernest J. Lovell, Jr. -- [Shelley] -- Shelley, Dryden, and Mr. Eliot / C.S. Lewis -- Shelley / F.R. Leavis -- The case of Shelley / Frederick A. Pottle -- Shelley's urbanity / Donald Davie -- [Keats] -- Keats and his ideas / Douglas Bush -- Keats's style : Evolution toward qualities of permanent value / W. Jackson Bate -- Keats's sylvan historian / Cleanth Brooks -- La belle dame sans merci / Earl Wasserman -- A note on Ode to a nightingale / Richard H. Fogle.
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