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Fri Mar 21 17:16:55 2014 UTClccn-n881520010.28The major works /0.580.92Dante rediscovered : from Blake to Rodin /98093744Michael_O'Neill_(academic)n 881520012530764O'Neill, M. S. C. (Michael S. C.), 1953-lccn-n79054060Shelley, Percy Bysshe1792-1822lccn-n85065561Reeves, Gareth1947-lccn-n81111669Leader, Zacharylccn-n79032198MacNeice, Louis1907-1963lccn-n79007025Spender, Stephen1909-1995lccn-n79054316Auden, W. H.(Wystan Hugh)1907-1973lccn-n2010058492Callaghan, Madeleineedtlccn-n2011081605Hurley, Michael D.(Michael Dominic)1976-lccn-n80035884Keats, John1795-1821dtelccn-n78095579Yeats, W. B.(William Butler)1865-1939O'Neill, Michael1953-Criticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyHistoryBiographyManuscriptsNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcPopular worksArtExhibition catalogsIllustrationsRomanticismGreat BritainEnglish poetryEnglish literatureShelley, Percy Bysshe,Poets, EnglishPoeticsHuman beings in literaturePoetry--Psychological aspectsConflict (Psychology) in literatureLiteratureMacNeice, Louis,English poetry--Irish authorsSpender, Stephen,Auden, W. H.--(Wystan Hugh),Literary formEnglish language--VersificationSelf-consciousness (Awareness)American poetryUnited StatesManners and customsKeats, John,Criticism and interpretationEnglandSciencePoetryItaly--VeniceCivilizationEssayLindsay, Vachel,Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft,Forman, H. Buxton--(Harry Buxton),Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Divina commedia (Dante Alighieri)European literatureArt, English--Themes, motivesArt, French--Themes, motivesArt appreciationEuropeIllustration of booksDowden, Edward,Yeats, W. B.--(William Butler),Manuscripts, EnglishWhitman, Walt,AutographsFore-edge paintingSelf-consciousness (Awareness) in literatureSpencer, Anne,England--OxfordDante Alighieri,195319711977198119861989199019911992199319941996199719981999200120032004200520062007200820092010201120122013752950230016.8209007PR5402ocn700606478ocn468298205ocn468086384ocn185157630ocn688360235ocn852720227ocn443569554ocn781479487ocn442912005ocn799859661ocn746288509190317ocn044954608file19970.35O'Neill, MichaelLiterature of the romantic period a bibliographical guideCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography[LitteĢrature]+-+202657030532449817ocn456170461book20100.63O'Neill, MichaelThe Cambridge history of English poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Poetry written in English is uniquely powerful and suggestive in its capacity to surprise, unsettle, shock, console and move. The Cambridge History of English Poetry offers sparklingly fresh and dynamic readings of an extraordinary range of poets and poems from Beowulf to Alice Oswald. An international team of experts explores how poets in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland use language and to what effect, examining questions of form, tone and voice; they comment, too, on how formal choices are inflected by the poet's time and place. The Cambridge History of English Poetry is the most comprehensive and authoritative history of the field from Anglo-Saxon times to the present. It traces patterns of continuity, transformation, transition and development. Covering a remarkable array of poets and poems, and featuring an extensive bibliography, the scope and depth of this major work of reference make it required reading for anyone interested in poetry"--BOOK JACKET+-+215833670548015ocn019846667book19890.63O'Neill, MichaelPercy Bysshe Shelley : a literary lifeCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+395299888532446216ocn024320234book19910.66O'Neill, MichaelAuden, MacNeice, Spender : the thirties poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc4556ocn018907904book19890.70O'Neill, MichaelThe human mind's imaginings : conflict and achievement in Shelley's poetryCriticism, interpretation, etc4369ocn050809992book20030.28Shelley, Percy ByssheThe major worksCriticism, interpretation, etc"This major new edition, originally commissioned for the acclaimed Oxford Authors series under the general editorship of Frank Kermode, brings together a unique combination of Shelley's poetry and prose - the lyric poems, plays, longer poems, criticism, and essays - to give the essence of his work and thinking."--BOOK JACKET+-+492863746537213ocn036200937book19970.79O'Neill, MichaelRomanticism and the self-conscious poemCriticism, interpretation, etcO'Neill examines the phenomenon of the 'self-conscious poem' - a poem concerned with poetry or a poem that displays awareness of itself as a poem - and argues that self-consciousness is allied to the new status granted to poetry by the Romantics+-+803776346533710ocn769763889book20120.73Hurley, Michael DPoetic Form : an IntroductionCriticism, interpretation, etc"This work provides lucid, elegant, and original analyses of poetic form and its workings in a wide range of poems"--30916ocn132294271book20070.81O'Neill, MichaelThe all-sustaining air : romantic legacies and renewals in British, American, and Irish poetry since 1900HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Drawn from Shelley's Prometheus Unbound, the title of this book suggests the cultural and literary persistence of the Romantic in the work of many British, American, and Irish poets since 1900. Allowing for and celebrating the multiple, even fracture nature of Romantic legacies, Michael O'Neill focuses on the creative impact of Romantic poetry on twentieth - and twenty-first century poetry. Individual chapters embrace numerous authors and texts, and span different cultures; the intention is not the forlorn hope of completeness, but the wish to open up possibilities and intersections, and there is a strong sense throughout of poetry serving as a form of literary criticism."--BOOK JACKET+-+03744744652646ocn036765550book19970.81Keats : bicentenary readingsCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+54435139252598ocn026672236book19930.73ShelleyCriticism, interpretation, etc"Attacked by T. S. Eliot and F. R. Leavis, Shelley's poetry has, over the last few decades, enjoyed a revival of critical interest. His radical politics and arrestingly original poetic strategies have been studied from a variety of perspectivesformalist, deconstructionist, new historicist, feminist, and others. Of all the Romantics, Shelley has benefited most from the so-called 'theoretical revolution', as is borne out by the wide range of recent critical work represented in this volume. The thirteen essays selected analyse many of Shelley's finest poems, including Alastor, Julian and Maddalo. Prometheus Unbound, Adonais, and The Triumph of Life." "Michael O'Neill's informed Introduction explores the contours of this debate and the issues at stake in it. Detailed headnotes to the individual essays and a further reading section provide invaluable guides to the reader. This collection illuminates the enduring and contemporary significance of the work of a major poet."--BOOK JACKET+-+321135730532424412ocn052478387book20030.56Yeats, W. BThe poems of W.B. Yeats : a sourcebookCriticism, interpretation, etcThis sourcebook is ideal for those new to Yeats's poetry or those who wish to look deeper into its workings, its reception and the contexts from which it emerged+-+60298706952447ocn794036011book20120.73The Oxford handbook of Percy Bysshe ShelleyCriticism, interpretation, etcThis handbook takes stock of current developments in the study of a major Romantic poet and prose-writer, and seeks to advance Shelley studies beyond the current scholarship. It consists of forty-two chapters written by a prestigious international cast of established and emerging scholar-critics, and offers the most wide-ranging single-volume body of writings on Shelley. The volume builds on the textual revolution in Shelley studies, which has transformed understanding of the poet, as critics are able to focus on what Shelley actually wrote. This handbook is divided into five thematic sections: Biography and Relationships; Prose; Poetry; Cultures, Traditions, Influences; and Afterlives2057ocn080019853book20070.66Romantic poetry : an annotated anthology+-+81686768151923ocn010948492book19970.63Shelley, Percy ByssheThe prose works of Percy Bysshe ShelleyCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcManuscripts+-+35066806353241648ocn663459877book20070.79O'Neill, MichaelTwentieth-century British and Irish poetry : Hardy to MahonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Featuring contributions from some of the major critics of contemporary poetry, Twentieth-Century British and Irish Poetry offers an accessible, imaginative, and highly stimulating body of critical work on the evolution of British and Irish poetry in the twentieth-century. Covers all the poets most commonly studied at university level courses. Features criticisms of British and Irish poetry as seen from a wide variety of perspectives, movements, and historical contexts. Explores current debates about contemporary poetry, relating them to the volume's larger themes. Edited by a widely respected poetry critic and award-winning poet."--+-+25606768151414ocn271774368book20090.28Thinking about almost everything : new ideas to light up mindsPopular worksThinking About Almost Everything brings together original thinking on a staggering range of topics across the sciences, arts and humanities, grouped into nine imaginative and sometimes startling thematic categories. Entries on terror, the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and climate change are juxtaposed in the '(Un)settlement' section, while 'Presences' brings together plant genetics, race, humans and animals, music theology, and the Willmore Conjecture. The short (often just one-page) essays are written in a lively and accessible style, and the book is illustrated with original and challenging images. Thinking About Almost Everything shows how even the most intricate and complex knowledge can enliven public curiosity and spark new thinking on issues either known or yet to be discovered+-+K3363119361176ocn756607145book20120.86Venice and the cultural imagination : 'this strange dream upon the water'ArtConference proceedingsIn the era of the Grand Tour, Venice was the cultural jewel in the crown of Europe and the epitome of decadence. This edited collection of eleven essays draws on a range of disciplines and approaches to ask how Venice's appeal has affected Western culture since 1800693ocn182527532book20070.92Bindman, DavidDante rediscovered : from Blake to RodinIllustrationsExhibition catalogs686ocn058791125book20050.73Romanticism : critical concepts in literary and cultural studiesCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+0772970695+-+2026570305324+-+2026570305324Fri Mar 21 15:45:31 EDT 2014batch21481