By David Aers,Jonathan Cook,David Punter
First released in 1981.The fundamental goal of this publication is to function an advent to writing within the overdue eighteenth and early 19th centuries. as well as significant Romantic poets – Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge and Shelly – the authors speak about writers comparable to Austen, Hazlitt and Burke, who're often studied in a special context, and genres corresponding to fiction and political writing, that are frequently bring to a halt from the significant physique of poetry.
An unique and hugely inspired learn, this e-book will attract all those people who are disillusioned with the normal different types into which writers and literary routine tend to be placed.
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Romanticism and Ideology: Studies in English Writing 1765-1830: Volume 22 (Routledge Library Editions: Romanticism) by David Aers,Jonathan Cook,David Punter