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From sensibility to romanticism; essays presented to Frederick A. Pottle,

Author: Frederick W Hilles; Frederick A Pottle; Harold Bloom
Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press, 1965.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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From sensibility to romanticism.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1965
(OCoLC)587279254
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick W Hilles; Frederick A Pottle; Harold Bloom
OCLC Number: 349530
Description: vi, 585 pages illustrations, portraits 24 cm
Contents: A poet in his landscape : Pope at Twickenham / Maynard Mack --
Dramatic texture in Pope / Donald J. Greene --
An image of Pope / W.K. Wimsatt, Jr. --
Johnson's poetic fire / Frederick W. Hilles --
The mighty moral of Irene / Marshall Waingrow --
The poetry of Collins reconsidered / A.S.P. Woodhouse --
Gray's Elegy reconsidered / Ian Jack --
On a special decorum in Gray's Elegy / Bertrand H. Bronson --
Structure and meaning in Gray's Elegy / Frank Brady --
Local attachment and cosmopolitanism : the eighteenth-century pattern / Alan D. McKillop --
The revival of vernacular Scottish poetry in the eighteenth century / John Butt --
Robert Burns's use of Scottish diction / Raymond Bentman --
The picturesque moment / Martin Price --
Blake and the metrical contract / John Hollander --
"The wrath of the lamb" : a study of William Blake's conversions / Jean H. Hagstrum --
"Terrible Blake in his pride" : an essay on The everlasting gospel / David V. Erdman --
Wordsworth's Lyrical ballads in their time / Charles Ryskamp --
Wordsworth and human suffering : notes on two early poems / Cleanth Brooks --
Wordsworth, inscriptions, and romantic nature poetry / Geoffrey H. Hartman --
Reflexions in a Coleridge mirror : some images in his poems / Kathleen Coburn --
Christian skepticism in The rime of the ancient mariner / James D. Boulger --
Byron in 1816 : four poems from Diodati / George M. Ridenour --
Byron and the terrestrial paradise / E.D. Hirsch, Jr. --
Shelley's last poetics : a reconsideration / Earl R. Wasserman --
Keats and the embarrassment of poetic tradition / Harold Bloom --
Structure and style in the greater romantic lyric / M.H. Abrams.
Responsibility: edited by Frederick W. Hilles and Harold Bloom.

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