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Title William Wordsworth's The prelude : a casebook / edited by Stephen Gill
Imprint New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2006
book jacket
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib 2F  821.7 W6703gi 2006    AVAILABLE    30500101253287
Descript viii, 406 p. ; 21 cm
Series Casebooks in criticism
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 403-406)
Introduction / Stephen Gill -- William Wordsworth : "a pure organic pleasure from the lines" / Christopher Ricks -- Revision as form : Wordsworth's drowned man / Susan Wolfson -- 'Dithyrambic fervour' : the lyric voice of The prelude / Mary Jacobus -- 'A strong confusion' : Coleridge's presence in The prelude / Lucy Newlyn -- The via naturaliter negativa / Geoffrey H. Hartman -- The prelude and The recluse : Wordsworth's long journey home / M.H. Abrams -- The image of a mighty mind (1805, book 13) / Jonathan Wordsworth -- The creative soul : Simplon Pass to Mount Snowdon / William A. Ulmer -- Writing the self/self writing : William Wordsworth's Prelude / Anne K. Mellor -- Wordsworth and the conception of The prelude / Howard Erskine-Hill -- 'Some other being' : Wordsworth in The prelude / Richard Gravil -- A transformed revolution : The prelude, books 9-13 / Alan Liu -- A language that is ever green / Jonathan Bate
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Subject Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. Prelude -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Alt Author Gill, Stephen Charles
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