Disowned by Memory: Wordsworth's Poetry of the 1790s

University of Chicago Press, 1998 - 186 páginas
Informed by a knowledge of political thought and by close attention to poetic texture, Disowned by Memory is above all a study of moral psychology. The idea of personal consciousness which we now take for granted, yet which has been vital to the development of modern poetry, had much of its real beginning in Wordsworth. More than any other work of criticism, this book tells how that discovery occurred.

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Disowned by memory: Wordsworth's poetry of the 1790s

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The poetry of the first decade of Wordsworth's career is some of his most memorable. According to Bromwich (English, Yale), Wordsworth turned to poetry after the French Revolution to articulate the ... Leer comentario completo

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