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Careless Rambles by John Clare : a Selection of His Poems Chosen and Illustrated by Tom Pohrt.

Author: Tom Pohrt
Publisher: Berkeley : Counterpoint, 2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Born in 1793, John Clare lived and worked during the Golden Age of British poetry, the time of Shelley, Byron, Keats, and Coleridge. In the grand tradition of English nature writing, he stands alongside Wordsworth as a poet of extraordinary humanity and great spirit. Clare was 18 years old when the first Luddite riots occurred. He was deeply resistant to the first years of England's Enclosure, and he offers a  Read more...
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Pohrt, Tom.
Careless Rambles by John Clare : A Selection of His Poems Chosen and Illustrated by Tom Pohrt.
Berkeley : Counterpoint, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Pohrt
ISBN: 9781619020764 1619020769
OCLC Number: 819589496
Description: 1 online resource (113 pages)
Contents: Table of Contents; Preface by Tom Pohrt; Introduction by Robert Hass; A Note on the Text; List of Poems; Poems; Glossary; Title Index; Acknowledgments.

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Born in 1793, John Clare lived and worked during the Golden Age of British poetry, the time of Shelley, Byron, Keats, and Coleridge. In the grand tradition of English nature writing, he stands alongside Wordsworth as a poet of extraordinary humanity and great spirit. Clare was 18 years old when the first Luddite riots occurred. He was deeply resistant to the first years of England's Enclosure, and he offers a contemporaneous look at what the world was like for those struggling with the impact of the first Industrial Revolution. Uneducated but remarkably well read, Clare was briefly celebr.

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