The English Romantic Poets and Essayists: A Review of Research and Criticism

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Abbreviations in References
CBEL Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature
CE College English
CL Comparative Literature
ELH English Literary History
EXP Explicator
HLQ Huntington Library Quarterly
JAAC Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism
JEGP Journal of English and Germanic Philology
JHI Journal of the History of Ideas
JWCI Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes
KSI Keats-Shelley Journal
MHRA Modern Humanities Research Association
Bibliography
MLN Modern Language Notes
MLQ Modern Language Quarterly
MLR Modern Language Review
MP Modern Philology
NCF Nineteenth-Century Fiction
N&Q Notes and Queries
PMLA Publications of the Modern Language Association
PQ Philological Quarterly
QR Quarterly Review
RES Review of English Studies
RLC Revue de littérature comparée
SAQ South Atlantic Quarterly
SP Studies in Philology
SR Sewanee Review
SRL Saturday Review of Literature
TLS Times Literary Supplement ( London)
UTQ University of Toronto Quarterly
YR Yale Review

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations in References xii
  • 1 - William Blake 1
  • 2 - Charles Lamb 32
  • 3 - Hazlitt 72
  • 4 - Scott 114
  • 5 - Southey 158
  • 6 - Thomas Campbell 188
  • 7 - Thomas Moore 202
  • 8 - Walter S. Landor 228
  • 9 - Leigh Hunt 262
  • 10 - Thomas De Quincey 299
  • Index 348
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