Romantic Aversions: Aftermaths of Classicism in Wordsworth and Coleridge

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 18‏/12‏/1998 - 240 من الصفحات
In Romantic Aversions J. Douglas Kneale explicates the "double gesture" in the repression of the classical tradition by focusing on its rhetorical afterlife in the literary styles of Wordsworth and Coleridge. He provides new interpretations of both canonical and non-canonical texts and explores aspects of Wordsworth's and Coleridge's manuscripts and poems previously overlooked by scholars. Kneale combines original, close readings with the larger sweep of genre study to reveal new and unexpected convergences in the Romantic tradition.

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Turns of Phrase Aversion Effusion Expression
3
Wordsworths There Was a Boy
11
Coleridges Romantic Effusions
28
Wordsworth and the Sympathies of Rhetoric
50
To the Autumnal Moon
71
5 Transport and Persuasion in Longinus and Wordsworth
94
6 Wordsworth in the Isle of Man
104
7 Symptom and Scene in Freud and Wordsworth
115
Reading Wordsworth after Geoffrey Hartman
135
Notes
155
Works Cited
193
Index
213
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