Cambridge Studies in Romanticism

Cambridge Studies in Romanticism

Ford, Thomas H. (University of Melbourne)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

This book explores how the meaning of 'poetic atmosphere' developed within larger ideas of Romanticism, particularly through the poetry of William Wordsworth, who was the first to see its potential as metaphor. Thomas H. Ford here makes a significant contribution to debates in the areas of literary ecology and ecocriticism.
1. Atmospheric Romanticism; 2. Atmospheric mediation; 3. Romantic meteorology; 4. Atmospheric aesthetics; 5. In the breathing chamber: 'lines written a few miles above'.
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