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Griggs, Earl Leslie.
Wordsworth and Coleridge.
New York, Russell & Russell, 1962 [c1939]
|Named Person:||William Wordsworth; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Helen Maria Williams; Anna Seward; George McLean Harper; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; George McLean Harper; Anna Seward; Helen Maria Williams; William Wordsworth|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Earl Leslie Griggs
|Description:||viii, 254 p. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Some remarks on the composition of the Lyrical ballads of 1798, by É. Legouis.--Solitude, silence, and loneliness in the poetry of Wordsworth, by R.D. Havens.--Wordsworth's conception of the esthetic experience, by O.J. Campbell.--The tragic flaw in Wordsworth's philosophy, by N.P. Stallknecht.--Wordsworth and his daughter's marriage, by E. de Selincourt.--An imitation of Wordsworth, by L.N. Broughton.--Helen Maria Williams and the French Revolution, by M.R. Adams.--Anna Seward and the romantic poets: a study in taste, by S.H. Monk.--Samuel Taylor Coleridge discovers the Lake Country, by G.H.B. Coleridge.--Coleridge's "Preface" to Christabel, by B.R. McElderry, Jr.--An early defense of Christabel, by E.L. Griggs.--Coleridge on the sublime, by C. DeW. Thorpe.--Coleridge in Germany (1799) by E.J. Morley.--Professor Harper: an appreciation, by J.D. Spaeth.--Bibliography of the works of George McLean Harper (p. -247) by E. Griggs.|
|Responsibility:||An appreciation by J. Duncan Spaeth. A bibliography by Evelyn Griggs.|