Spirits of Fire: English Romantic Writers and Contemporary Historical Methods
This work is a compilation of twelve essays on romantic literature by practitioners of a resurgent historical criticism sharing the common assumption that no aspect of the object of literary study escapes the conditioning power of historical change.
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A Response to Sayre and Lowy
An Answer to Michael Ferber
Practical Reasoning Rhetoric and Wordsworths Preface
The Rhetoric and Context of John Thelwalls Memoir
Sir Walter Scott and the Spirit of the Novel
The Long Tradition of Hazlitts Liber Amoris
The Final Nights
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
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