The Cambridge Companion to Wordsworth

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Stephen Gill
Cambridge University Press, 12. jun. 2003
The Cambridge Companion to Wordsworth provides a wide-ranging account of one of the most famous Romantic poets. Specially commissioned essays cover all the important aspects of this multi-faceted writer; the volume examines his poetic achievement with a chapter on poetic craft, while other chapters focus on the origin of his poetry and on the challenges it presented and continues to present. Further contributions include discussions of The Prelude and The Recluse, Wordsworth as philosophic poet, his writing in relation to European Romanticism, and Wordsworth as Nature poet. The collection, by an international team of established specialists concludes with a lucid account of the history of Wordsworth's texts, and offers students invaluable reference material including a chronology and guides to further reading.The volume aims to ensure that its readers will be grounded in the history of Wordsworth's career and his critical reception.
 

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List of contributors
Introduction
Wordsworths poetry to 1798
Lyrical
4
5
6
Wordsworths craft
9
10
Wordsworth and the natural world
RALPH PITE 12 Politics history and Wordsworths
13
14
JOEL PACE 15 Textual issues and a guide to further reading
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Om forfatteren (2003)

Stephen Gill is Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford and Fellow and Tutor at Lincoln College, Oxford. He is the author of Wordsworth and the Victorians (1998).

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