2 edition of Wordsworthian criticism found in the catalog.
James Venable Logan
Originally published in 1947.
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In Seamus Heaney's poetry, ordinary objects and places – a sofa, a satchel, the sound of rain – are sanctified. But it has edge and politics, too. Blake Morrison recognises an astonishing Author: Blake Morrison. When the volume of poetry called the Lyrical Ballads of was published in a second edition (), William Wordsworth wrote a prose preface for the book that is the single most important.
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Motivated by a dissatisfaction with the current trend toward New Historicism in Wordsworthian criticism, McFarland endeavors to qualify the social and political bias of that criticism by a renewed assertion of the poetic primacy of the personal and by: 6.
Wordsworthian criticism book Part I of this bibliographical guide I have attempted to present a body of selected Wordsworthian criticism extending from the poet's own day to the present.
It has been my aim, in the chapters dealing with the contemporaries of Wordsworth, to include mostly formal criticism (which omits much from letters and private journals), my choice of material being guided by typical Wordsworthian criticism book and prominent.
Wordsworthian Criticism: A Guide and Bibliography. By James Venable Logan. Columbus: The Ohio State University.
Pp. xii+ The fact that a large portion of the space given to this review is taken up by corrections, or suggestions for improvement, might give the false im pression that the most important features of this book are its.
In Wordsworthian Errancies, Collings challenges prevailing critical approaches to Romantic poetry by describing and critiquing this deconstructive account of culture in Wordsworth's by: Wordsworthian criticism, New York, New York Public Library, (OCoLC) Named Person: William Wordsworth; William Wordsworth: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Elton F Henley; James Venable Logan.
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Get this from a library. Wordsworthian criticism, ; an annotated bibliography. [Elton F Henley; David H Stam; James Venable Logan]. According to Liu, the Wordsworthian project is really little more than substitution - a kind of aesthetic mask and living in bad faith. Hence, this is not so much literary criticism, as libel, even character assassination - dressed up as literary criticism.
So, be prepared, there are lots of infidelties in this tome of a book (or tomb of a poet).2/5(2). 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.
This chapter discusses a close examination of the structure of a shape that newly supplants a part of the formal field of Romantic studies, and, in more particular focus, superimposes itself on Wordsworthian criticism. A discussion of the ‘Tintern Abbey’ is included in this chapter, as it Author: Thomas Mcfarland.
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Stam (Trade Cloth) Be the first to write a review About this product Pre-owned: lowest price. In The Wordsworthian Enlightenment, the most important contemporary critics of Romantic poetry and trauma reflect on Hartman's work and its lasting influence.
This collection of sixteen essays―including a new essay from Hartman―provides a wide-ranging and thorough perspective on Format: Hardcover. Responding to Wordsworth: A Critical History and often prized ambiguity as a crucial literary feature.
A good example of the New Criticism is Cleanth Brooks's book The Well-Wrought Urn (). Another word for Dictionary; the point is that some Wordsworthian poetic experiences appear to be beyond words, or at least beyond words as they were.
Wordsworthian criticism today is not dominated by a single authoritative voice, nor is there an accepted name for Wordsworthian art. "This is a big book in all senses except perhaps the literal one; it reaches backward to Romanticism, forward to contemporary critical and pedagogical practices, and laterally to different moments, different.
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 speech patterns of common people in poetry.
books. Most critics study the version and consider it the true Prelude, and unless otherwise noted that is the version that I will cite. The imagination is a central theme in every version and nearly every book of The Prelude. At times the poetFile Size: KB.
Milton and the Revolutionary Reader (Sharon Achinstein) (Reviewed by David Norbrook) In the Theatre of Romanticism: Coleridge, Nationalism, Women (Julie A. Carlson) (Reviewed by Alan Richardson) Wordsworthian Errancies: The Poetics of Cultural Dismemberment (David Collings) (Reviewed by Scott Harshbarger) Literature, Education, and Romanticism: Reading as Social Practice, (Alan.
Wordsworthian Criticism: A Guide and Bibliography By James Venable Logan Ohio State University, Read preview Overview The Reflective Journey toward Order: Essays on Dante, Wordsworth, Eliot, and Others By Marion Montgomery University of Georgia Press, Author: Angelo Righetti.Wordsworthian Carnage Duncan Wu.
Georgetown University. Search for other works by this author on: Duncan Wu, Wordsworthian Carnage, Essays in Criticism, Vol Issue 3, JulyPages –, The book of Joshua provides one answer: ‘So Joshua smote all the country of the hills, and of the south, and of the vale, and of the.1 The Clamour of Absence: Reading and Misreading in Wordsworthian Criticism 2 Wordsworth's Hedgerows: The Infrashape of the Longer Romantic Lyric 3 I cannot paint What then I was: The Psychological Structure of Wordsworthian IntensityAuthor: Thomas Mcfarland.