Wordsworth and the Beginnings of Modern Poetry

Croom Helm, 1981 - 245 páginas
'An immensely intelligent book which combines an essentially historical account of the development of self-consciousness in English poetry with a sustained reading of Wordsworth's 'attempt in his poetry to take full possession of his own life.'...particularly useful for indicating how thoroughly Wordsworth and his historical moment chose one another and how influential his autobiographical writing has been.'

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