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The Victorian poets
Frederic E. Faverty
|LC Classifications||PR593 .F3|
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|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||56007213|
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Now that my Victorian Writers & Poets has been remaindered, you might like a glance at just a handful of the entries (from the first half of the alphabet): Grant ALLEN () Best remembered for his light fiction, Allen was, in fact, a much-travelled and well educated man. Of Irish descent, he was born in. Portuguese-American writer Millicent Borges Accardi is the author of four poetry books, most recently Only More So (Salmon Poetry, ). She has been awarded fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Fulbright, CantoMundo, Yaddo, Creative.
Victorian poets thought and wrote differently that the Romantic poets. Victorian poets dealt with the contrast between the prosperity of the middle and upper classes and the miserable conditions of the poor (Merritt, ). In the later years of the period there . AMAZON REVIEW: FIVE STARS - "Lochlainn Seabrook's book ‘Victorian Confederate Poetry’ is a real treasure for those of Southern descent who love traditional poetry and yearn to connect with the culture and heart of their ers:
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Many of the greatest Victorian poets have been ignored or been paid lip serice by the canon, simply because they were women. This anthology seeks to correct that.
A great starting point for anyone searching for research topics, this book is also wonderful just to /5(4). Victorian Poetry is a major re-evaluation of the genre by one of the foremost scholars of the period. In an exciting, uniquely comprehensive and theoretically astute work, Isobel Armstrong rescues Victorian poetry from its image as chocolate - box by: Victorian literature is literature, mainly written in English, during the reign of Queen Victoria (–) (the Victorian era).
It was preceded by Romanticism and followed by the Edwardian era (–). While in the preceding Romantic period, poetry had been the conquerors, novels were the emperors of the Victorian period. Charles. Victorian poets are also known as later nineteenth-century poets.
Most of the writing of this period reflects current social, economic, and intellectual problems. The poetry of this period shows the crisis of religion and philosophy because of the development of science. The Victorian era The Victorian poets book a period of massive cultural, political, scientific, and religious change.
New standards of morality and clearer understanding of geography shaped Victorian outlooks. This in turn affected the work of poets and novelists, who play an important role in representing cultures. Future historians will look back on. This study situates Victorian The Victorian poets book in relation to Victorian religion, with particular emphasis on the bitter contemporary debates over the use of forms in worship.
It argues that poetry made significant contributions to these debates, not least through its formal structures. By assessing the discourses of church architecture and liturgy in the first half of the book, the text demonstrates Author: Kirstie Blair.
This reader contains sixteen new and recent essays addressing work by, and issues raised concerning, Victorian women poets. Among those discussed directly are: Elizabeth Barrett Browing, Emily Bronte, George Eliot, Michael Field, Felicia Hemans, Adelaide Proctor, Christina Rossetti, and Rosamund Marriott Watson/5.
My introduction to three great Poets of the Victorian era. This book was not just a collection of poems, it offered brief biographies of each Poet, and /5. Pages in category "Victorian poets" The following 60 pages are in this category, out of 60 total.
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Free shipping for many products. Victorian poetry marks a bridge between Romanticism and Modernism. Poets in the Victorian period felt the influence of Romantic poets such as John Keats (), William Blake (), Percy Bysshe Shelley () and William Wordsworth ().
Wordsworth is often seen as a link between the Romantic period and the Victorian period. Poetry written in England during the reign of Queen Victoria () may be referred to as Victorian poetry. Following Romanticism, Victorian poets continued many of the previous era’s main themes, such as religious skepticism and valorization of the artist as genius; but Victorian poets also developed a distinct sensibility.
Ten Victorian poets, by Lucas, F. L and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Minor Victorian poets by Cooke, John Daniel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Approaches Victorian poetry by way of genre, production and cultural context, rather than through individual poets or poems; Demonstrates how a particular poet or poem emerges from a number of overlapping cultural contexts.
Explores the relationships between work by different poets. Victorian Poets and the Changing Bible charts the impact of post-Enlightenment biblical criticism on English literary culture. The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries saw a widespread reevaluation of biblical inspiration, in which the Bible’s poetic nature came to be seen as an integral part of its religious significance.
Choice, combines alert prosodic analysis with thematic commentary, providing some of the most interesting close reading of Victorian poetry since Herbert Tucker s Tennyson and the Doom of Romanticism.
Choice, a book that scrupulously heeds what Victorian poets actually said, and how they said ian Poetry, a book that scrupulously heeds. Form and Faith in Victorian Poetry and Religion Kirstie Blair. Investigates 'form' in Victorian literature and culture, thereby contributing to an area of current discussion and interest; Presents an innovative take on intersections between literature and religion.
The Victorian period has a strong tradition of poetry written by women. In this Companion, leading scholars deliver accessible and cutting-edge essays that situate Victorian women's poetry in its relation to print culture, diverse identities, and aesthetic and cultural issues.
The book is. Get this from a library. Victorian poets. [Harold Bloom;] -- Presents critical essays about the works of the major poets of nineteenth-century Victorian England, including such authors as Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning, and Gerard Manley Hopkins. Victorian Poetry: Poetry, Poets and Politics Mrs Isobel Armstrong, Isobel Armstrong.
In a uniquely comprehensive and theoretically astute study, Armstrong rescues Victorian poetry from its images as a "moralized form of romantic verse" and unearth its often subversive critique of nineteenth-century culture and politics. You can write a book.Victorian Poets: A Critical Reader features a collection of critical essays focusing on various aspects of Victorian-era poetry from the s to the s.
Presents key criticism on Victorian poetry; Features contributions from a variety of scholars in the field; Illustrates the full range of critical approaches to the Victorian poets, including attention to texts, words, forms, modes, Brand: Wiley. Through her selection of fourteen essays, Tess Cosslett charts the rediscovery by feminist critics of the Victorian Women Poets such as Emily Brontë, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Christina Rossetti, and the subsequent developments as critics use a range of modern theoretical approaches to understand and promote the work of these non-canonical and Cited by: 4.