The Romantics Reviewed: Contemporary Reviews of British Romantic Writers. Part C: Shelley, Keats and London Radical Writers - Volume II
Donald H. Reiman
Routledge, Oct 4, 2016 - Literary Criticism - 416 pages
First published in 1972, this volume contains contemporary British periodical reviews of Shelley, Keats and London Radical Writers, including William Godwin, Leigh Hunt and Mary Shelley, in publications from Gentleman’s Magazine to the Theological Inquirer.
Introductions to each periodical provide brief sketches of each publication as well as names, dates and bibliographical information. Headnotes offer bibliographical data of the reviews and suggested approaches to studying them.
This book will be of interest to those studying the Romantics and English literature.
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She has loved a brother , unRosalind and Helen are two unfortunates , who meet on the shores of conscious indeed of the relationship , another Lake , that of Como , a place but the Poet could not afford to spare which appears singularly ...
This is his feeling for the moinent ; but the author appears to be a selfish being , who , with all his professed adıiration of female beauty and excellence , has no desire to be confined in his connection .
It appears that there was a Being whom the spirit oft met on its visioned wanderings , ” which it seems were “ far aloft . " li mol him on fairy isles , and among a great variety of other strange places , " in the air - like waves of ...
But as we would avoid mean and unnecessary pain , so it appears to us to be a sort of moral cowardice not to look the most appalling stories in the face , that come to beckon us towards hidden treasures of thought , or to point out to ...
They were obliged to return to their miserable home ; and here he treated them • We know not the precise value of this coin , which does not appear among the current money of Italy : nor can we refer 10 books for it at this moment .