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Wordsworth and Coleridge : lyrical ballads / John Blades.

By: Blades, John.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004Description: xi, 291 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1403904790; 1403904804 (pbk.).Subject(s): English poetry -- 19th century -- History and criticism | Romanticism -- EnglandDDC classification: 821.708 Online resources: Table of contents only | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Some Important Events During the Lives of Wordsworth and Coleridge -- Analysing Lyrical Ballads -- Childhood and the Growth of the Mind -- 'Lucy Gray' -- 'We are seven' -- 'There was a Boy' -- 'Nutting' -- Imagination -- 'Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey' -- 'The Nightingale' -- 'Love' -- Old Age: a 'vital anxiousness' -- Michael: A Pastoral Poem -- 'The Old Cumberland Beggar' -- 'The Fountain' -- Social Issues: 'the mean and vulgar works of man' -- 'The Convict' -- 'The Female Vagrant' -- 'The Thorn' -- Nature and the Supernatural: 'the strangeness of it' -- 'Lines written in early spring' -- 'The Tables Turned' -- The Rime of the Ancient Mariner -- The Context and the Critics -- The Politics of Wordsworth and Coleridge -- Wordsworth and the 'Rabble-rousers' -- Coleridge and dreams of Utopia -- 1798 and after -- Reading and Writing in Eighteenth-Century England -- Publishing, printing and book-selling -- Effects on writers -- Readers: education and literacy -- The Ballad revival -- The Poet as Critic and Theorist -- Wordsworth and 'pre-established codes of decision' -- 'five hundred Sir Isaac Newtons': Coleridge's literary theory -- Dorothy Wordsworth and the Lake Poets -- Dorothy among the poets -- 'more than half a poet': home at Alfoxden and Grasmere -- Dorothy herself: 'Come forth and feel the sun' -- Critical Responses to Lyrical Ballads -- I. A. Richards -- Robert Mayo -- Geoffrey H. Hartman -- Paul de Man.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-288) and index.

Table of contents Some Important Events During the Lives of Wordsworth and Coleridge --
Analysing Lyrical Ballads --
Childhood and the Growth of the Mind --
'Lucy Gray' --
'We are seven' --
'There was a Boy' --
'Nutting' --
Imagination --
'Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey' --
'The Nightingale' --
'Love' --
Old Age: a 'vital anxiousness' --
Michael: A Pastoral Poem --
'The Old Cumberland Beggar' --
'The Fountain' --
Social Issues: 'the mean and vulgar works of man' --
'The Convict' --
'The Female Vagrant' --
'The Thorn' --
Nature and the Supernatural: 'the strangeness of it' --
'Lines written in early spring' --
'The Tables Turned' --
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner --
The Context and the Critics --
The Politics of Wordsworth and Coleridge --
Wordsworth and the 'Rabble-rousers' --
Coleridge and dreams of Utopia --
1798 and after --
Reading and Writing in Eighteenth-Century England --
Publishing, printing and book-selling --
Effects on writers --
Readers: education and literacy --
The Ballad revival --
The Poet as Critic and Theorist --
Wordsworth and 'pre-established codes of decision' --
'five hundred Sir Isaac Newtons': Coleridge's literary theory --
Dorothy Wordsworth and the Lake Poets --
Dorothy among the poets --
'more than half a poet': home at Alfoxden and Grasmere --
Dorothy herself: 'Come forth and feel the sun' --
Critical Responses to Lyrical Ballads --
I. A. Richards --
Robert Mayo --
Geoffrey H. Hartman --
Paul de Man.

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