A Preface to Wordsworth
Longman, 1986 - Всего страниц: 203
A critical introduction to the life, thought, and art of the English Romantic poet in a new edition in which the author has chosen a number of representative poems to chart the growth of the poet's mind and explains the long philosophical poem "The Prelude", which reveals that autobiographical impulse to the full, as a work that went through many forms over half a century.
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The Prelude as autobiography II
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