Table of contents for Wordsworth and Coleridge : lyrical ballads / John Blades.


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General Editor's Preface * Some Important Events During the Lives of Wordsworth and Coleridge * Introduction * PART I: ANALYSING LYRICAL BALLADS * Childhood and Growth of the Mind * Imagination * Old Age: A 'vital anxiousness' * Society Issues: 'the mean and vulgar works of man' * Nature and the Supernatural: 'the strangeness of it' * PART II: THE CONTEXT AND THE CRITICS * The Politics of Wordsworth and Coleridge * Reading and Writing in Late Eighteenth-Century England * The Poet as Critic and Theorist * Dorothy Wordsworth and the Lake Poets * Critical Responses to Lyrical Ballads * Further Reading * Index
General Editor's Preface * Some Important Events During the Lives of Wordsworth and Coleridge * Introduction * PART I: ANALYSING LYRICAL BALLADS * Childhood and Growth of the Mind * Imagination * Old Age: A 'vital anxiousness' * Society Issues: 'the mean and vulgar works of man' * Nature and the Supernatural: 'the strangeness of it' * PART II: THE CONTEXT AND THE CRITICS * The Politics of Wordsworth and Coleridge * Reading and Writing in Late Eighteenth-Century England * The Poet as Critic and Theorist * Dorothy Wordsworth and the Lake Poets * Critical Responses to Lyrical Ballads * Further Reading * Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Wordsworth, William, -- 1770-1850. -- Lyrical ballads.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, -- 1772-1834 -- Criticism and interpretation.
English poetry -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Romanticism -- England.