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The concept of nature in nineteenth-century English poetry.

Author: Joseph Warren Beach
Publisher: New York, Pageant Book Co., 1956.
Series: Library of literary history and criticism.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Beach, Joseph Warren, 1880-1957.
Concept of nature in nineteenth-century English poetry.
New York, Pageant Book Co., 1956
(OCoLC)573377903
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Warren Beach
OCLC Number: 1260255
Description: 618 pages 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction and Conclusion --
The Forms of Nature --
The Metaphysical Concept of Nature --
Wordsworth's Naturalism --
Wordsworth and Nature's Teaching --
Nature in Wordsworth: Summary --
Shelley's Naturalism --
Shelley's "Platonism" --
Goethe --
Carlyle --
Coleridge, Emerson, and Naturalism --
Emerson's Nature-Poetry --
Whitman --
Arnold --
Tennyson --
Browning --
Swinburne --
Meredith --
Hardy --
Victorian Afterglow --
The Vanishing Point.
Series Title: Library of literary history and criticism.

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