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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Malcolm Bradbury; David Palmer
|Description:||304 p. illus. 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Gent, M. "To flinch from modern varnish": the appeal of the past to the Victorian imagination.--DeLaura, D.J. Matthew Arnold and the nightmare of history.--Harper, J.W. "Eternity our due": time in the poetry of Robert Browning.--Hunt, J.D. THe poetry of distance: Tennyson's Idylls of the King.--Buckley, J.H. Pre-Raphaelite past and present: the poetry of the Rossettis.--Ellison, R.C. "The undying glory of dreams": William Morris and the "Northland of old."--Preyer, R. "The fine delight that fathers thought": Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Romantic survival.--Goldman, A. The oeuvre takes shape: Yeats early poetry.--Miller, J.H. History as repetition in Thomas Hardy's poetry: the example of "Wessex heights."--Sage, L. Hardy, Yeats, and tradition.--Peckham, M. Afterword: reflections on historical modes in the nineteenth century.|
|Series Title:||Stratford-upon-Avon studies, 15.|