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The function of the poet: and other essays

Autor: James Russell Lowell; Albert Mordell
Editorial: Port Washington, N.Y. : Kennikat Press, [1967, ©1920]
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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From the Preface: The essays herein represent the matured author as they were written in the latter part of his life, between his thirty-sixth and fifty-seventh years. The only early essay is the one on Poe. It appeared in Graham's Magazine for February, 1845, and was reprinted by Griswold in his edition of Poe. It has also been reprinted in later editions of Poe, but has never been included in any of Lowell's  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Lowell, James Russell, 1819-1891.
Function of the poet, and other essays.
Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1967, ©1920]
(OCoLC)561900322
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: James Russell Lowell; Albert Mordell
Número OCLC: 326987
Descripción: xi, 223 pages ; 21 cm
Contenido: On Poetry And Belles-Lettres: --
Function of the poet --
Humor, wit, fun, and satire --
Five indispensable authors (Homer, Dante, Cervantes, Goethe, Shakespeare) --
Imagination --
Critical fragments --
1: Life in literature and language --
2: Style and manner --
3: Kalevala --
Reviews Of Contemporaries: --
Henry James: James' tales and sketches --
Longfellow: the courtship of Miles Standish --
Tales of a wayside inn --Whittier: In war time, and other poems --
Home ballads and poems --
Snow-bound: a winter idyl --
Poetry and nationality --
W D Howells: Venetian life --
Edgar A Poe --
Thackeray: roundabout papers --
Two Great Authors: --
Swift: Forster's life of Swift --
Plutarch's morals --
Plea for freedom from speech and figures of speech-makers.
Responsabilidad: Collected and edited by Albert Mordell.

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From the Preface: The essays herein represent the matured author as they were written in the latter part of his life, between his thirty-sixth and fifty-seventh years. The only early essay is the one on Poe. It appeared in Graham's Magazine for February, 1845, and was reprinted by Griswold in his edition of Poe. It has also been reprinted in later editions of Poe, but has never been included in any of Lowell's works. This was no doubt due to the slight break in the relations between Poe and Lowell, due to Poe's usual accusations of plagiarism. The essay still remains one of the best on Poe ever written. None of the essays in this volume has appeared in book form except a few fragments from some of the opening five essays which were reported from Lowell's lectures in the Boston Advertiser, in 1855, and were privately printed some years ago. Charles Eliot Norton performed a service to the world when he published in the Century Magazine in 1893 and 1894 some lectures from Lowell's manuscripts. These lectures are now collected and form the first five essays in this book. I have also retained Professor Norton's introductions and notes. Attention is called to his remark that "The Function of the Poet" is not unworthy to stand with Sidney's and Shelley's essays on poetry.

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