ISBN-10:
1554811317
ISBN-13:
9781554811311
Pub. Date:
08/11/2016
Publisher:
Broadview Press
The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Poetry

The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Poetry

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The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Poetry

Intended for courses with a major focus on poetry during the Romantic period, this volume includes all the poetry selections from Volume 4 of The Broadview Anthology of British Literature, along with a number of works newly edited for this volume. The Broadview Anthology of Romantic Poetry maintains the Broadview Anthology of British Literature’s characteristic balance of canonical favorites and lesser-known gems, featuring a breadth of poetry from William Blake to Phillis Wheatley, from Ebenezer Elliott to Felicia Hemans. To give a sense of the full sweep of the Romantic period, the anthology incorporates important early figures from William Collins to Phillis Wheatley, as well as works by Victorians—such as Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Alfred, Lord Tennyson—for whom Romanticism was a formative force. “Contexts” sections provide valuable background on cultural matters such as “The Natural and the Sublime” and “The Abolition of Slavery,” while the companion website offers a wealth of additional resources and primary works. Longer works newly prepared for the bound book include Byron’s Manfred and The Giaour, Keats’s Hyperion, and substantial selections from Wordsworth’s fourteen-book Prelude; authors newly added for this volume include Hannah Cowley, Hannah More, Ann Yearsley, Robert Southey, and Thomas Moore.

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ISBN-13: 9781554811311
Publisher: Broadview Press
Publication date: 08/11/2016
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 1168
Sales rank: 589,578
Product dimensions: 7.75(w) x 9.25(h) x 1.31(d)

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Joseph Black, University of Massachusetts
Leonard Conolly, Trent University
Kate Flint, University of Southern California
Isobel Grundy, University of Alberta
Roy Liuzza, University of Tennessee
Jerome McGann, University of Virginia
Anne Prescott, Barnard College
Barry Qualls, Rutgers University
Claire Waters, University of California, Davis

Table of Contents

William Collins
Oliver Goldsmith
William Cowper
Hannah Cowley
Anna Laetitia Barbauld
Hannah More
Sir William Jones
Charlotte Smith
Phyllis Wheatley
George Crabbe
Ann Yearsley
William Blake
Mary Robinson
Contexts: Women and Society
Robert Burns
Joanna Baillie
William Taylor
Ann Batten Cristall
William Wordsworth
Sir Walter Scott
Dorothy Wordsworth
Contexts: The Natural and the Sublime
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Robert Southey
Mary Tighe
Contexts: The Abolition of Slavery
Thomas Moore
Ebenezer Elliott
George Gordon, Lord Byron
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Felicia Hemans
John Clare
John Keats
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Thomas Beddoes
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Alfred Tennyson

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