Romantic Poetry: Recent Revisionary Criticism
This anthology fills the need for a comprehensive, up-to-date collection of the most important contemporary writings on the English romantic poets. During the 1980s, many theoretical innovations in literary study swept academic criticism. Many of these approaches--from deconstructive, new historicist, and feminist perspectives--used romantic texts as primary examples and altered radically the ways in which we read. Other major changes have occurred in textual studies, dramatically transforming the works of these poets. The world of English romantic poetry has certainly changed, and Romantic Poetry keeps pace with those changes. Karl Kroeber and Gene W. Ruoff have organized the book by poet--Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelly, and Keats--and have included essays representative of key critical approaches to each poet's work. In addition to their excellent general introduction, the editors have provided brief, helpful forewords to each essay, showing how it reflects current approaches to its subject. The book also has an extensive bibliography sure to serve as an important research aid. Students on all levels will find this book invaluable.
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I think this poem is a perfect romantic novel for the perfect couple.
Look to Frances Ferguson's "Shelley's Mont Blanc: What the Mountain Said," for an account of the treatment of the merely material as love object.
Thomas McFarland Field Constellation and Aesthetic Object
Stuart Curran The I Altered
Heather Glen Blakes London
The Ruined Cottage
Don Juan Canto II
CrossDressing and the Politics
Class Sexuality and the Poet
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
What the Mountain Said
The Identity of the Text in Shelleys
Karl Kroeber Shelleys Defence of Poetry
Marjorie Levinson Keats and the Canon
What Is the Subject
The Prelude and Critical Revision
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
The Debate on
Limits of Expression
Gene W Ruoff Romantic Lyric and the Problem of Belief