|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.90(d)|
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Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: Romantic forms of grief; â€˜Curse my stars in bitter grief': William Blake and the Songs of Loss; â€˜Still the reckless change we mourn': Wordsworth and the circulation of grief; â€˜Enfolded close in grief': Coleridge, introspection and the inward turn of the conversation poems; â€˜Chasten'd thoughts of grief': grieving voices and self-consuming subjectivity in Charlotte Smith and Felicia Hemans; â€˜Sable lines of grief': posthumous reputations and the art of forgetting in Byron's poetic ruins; â€˜A grief too sad for song': Shelley's elegiac voice and poetic voyages; â€˜Grief and radiance faint': Keats and tragic realisation; â€˜Grief searching muse': John Clare's landscapes of memory and mourning; â€˜Echoes of that voice': Romantic forms of grief in Victorian poetic birdsong; Bibliography; Index.