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Georgic modernity and British romanticism : poetry and the mediation of history

Author: Kevis Goodman
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Series: Cambridge studies in Romanticism, 59.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Joseph Addison; William Cowper; William Wordsworth; James Thomson; Virgil; Virgil.; Addison, Joseph <1672-1719> - Et la littérature.; Cowper, William <1731-1800> - Et la littérature.; Thomson, James <1700-1748> / Seasons.; Virgile - Influence.; Virgile / Georgica.; Wordsworth, William <1770-1850> / Excursion.; Joseph Addison; William Cowper; William Wordsworth; James Thomson; Virgile; Virgile.; Joseph Addison; William Cowper; Virgil.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kevis Goodman
ISBN: 0521831687 9780521831680
OCLC Number: 53926743
Description: xv, 225 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Georgic modernity: sensory media and the affect of history --
The Georgics and the cultivation of mediums, 1660-1712 --
The microscopic eye and the noise of history in Thomson's The seasons --
Cowper's Georgic of the news: the 'loophole' in the retreat --
'Passages of life': Aural histories in The excursion.
Series Title: Cambridge studies in Romanticism, 59.
Responsibility: Kevis Goodman.
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