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How to Study Romantic Poetry (2nd Edition)

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06 January 2001

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Romantic poetry deals with the tensions, hopes and fears of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, as felt by a disparate group of men and women. How, though, do you approach a Romantic poem? What are useful...

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Romantic poetry deals with the tensions, hopes and fears of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, as felt by a disparate group of men and women. How, though, do you approach a Romantic poem? What are useful ways to discuss Romantic poetry, and what if anything do the poets have in common? This completely revised and expanded second edition of How to Study Romantic Poetry shows you in accessible language how to use some of the recent developments in literary theory to think and write about Romantic poetry with confidence. The book now includes a new chapter on the work of women Romantic poets, including Mary Robinson and Elizabeth Hands.

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New edition of a popular How To Study guide first edition sales totalled approximately 5000
Now contains a new chapter on Romantic women's poetry
Covers all the wellstudied Romantic poets

General Editors' Preface
Chronology
Introduction: Understanding Romantic Poetry
Studying a Blake Poem
Reading Wordsworth's Shorter Poems: Lyrical Ballads
Studying Wordsworth's The Prelude, Books I and II
Tackling a Coleridge Poem
Analysing a Keats Poem
Working with Women's Poetry
Writing an Essay
Further Reading
Index.

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PAUL O'FLINN is Chair of the Department of English Studies at Oxford Brookes University.

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PAUL O'FLINN is Chair of the Department of English Studies at Oxford Brookes University.

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