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|Named Person:||William Wordsworth; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Helen Maria Williams; Anna Seward; George McLean Harper|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Earl Leslie Griggs; George McLean Harper; et al
|Notes:||Photoreproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1961.|
|Description:||viii, 254 p. ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. I. Some remarks on the composition of the Lyrical ballads of 1798, by Emile Legouis. Solitude, silence, and lonliness in the poetry of Wordsworth, by R.D. Havens. Wordswoth's conception of the esthetic experience, by O.J. Campbell. The tragic flaw in Wordsworht's philosophy, by N.P. Stallknecht. Wordsworth and his daughter's marriage, by Ernest Selincourt. An imitation of Wordsworth, by L.N. Broughton. Helen Maria Williams and the French revolution, by M.R. Adams. Anne Seward and the romantic poets: a study in taste, by S.H. Monk. Samuel Taylor Coleridge discovers the Lake country, by Rev. G.H.B. Coleridge. Coleridge's "Preface" to Christabel, by Cleridge on the sublime, by C.D.W. Thorpe. Coleridge in Germany (1799) by Edith J. Morley. --
pt. II. Professor Harper: an aprreciation, by J.D. Spaeth.
|Responsibility:||edited by Earl Leslie Griggs ; essays by Émile Legouis ... [et al.] ; an appreciation by J. Duncan Spaeth ; a bibliography by Evelyn Griggs.|