The Major English Romantic Poets: A Symposium in Reappraisal

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THE MAJOR ENGLISH ROMANTIC POETS

A Symposium in Reappraisal

EDITED BY

CLARENCE D. THORPE

CARLOS BAKER

BENNETT WEAVER

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS CARBONDALE, 1957

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Prefatory Note v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction xi
  • I: the Romantic Movement 1
  • 2- A Note on Romantic Oppositions And Reconciliations 17
  • 3- Romanticism: Devil's Advocate 24
  • Ii: Wordsworth 33
  • 4- Wordsworth: The Mind's Excursive Power 35
  • Wordsworth and The Quality of Man 52
  • 6- Wordsworth's Significance for Us 74
  • Iii: Coleridge 81
  • 8- The Thought of Coleridge 100
  • 9- Coleridge Redivivus 113
  • Iv: Byron 128
  • 11- Byron and Some Current Patterns of Thought 149
  • 12- Byron and the Modern Spirit 162
  • V: Shelley 167
  • 13- Shelley the Artist 169
  • 14- The Bottom of the Night 185
  • 15- Present Values in Shelley's Art 200
  • Vi: Keats 215
  • 18- Keats and His Ideas 231
  • 19- The Artistry of Keats: A Modern Tribute 246
  • 20- Keats's Thought: A Discovery Of Truth 252
  • Index 259
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