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Romanticism An Anthology

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ISBN-10: 1405120851

ISBN-13: 9781405120852

Edition: 3rd 2005 (Revised)

Authors: Duncan Wu

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Since it was first published in 1995, Duncan Wu's Romanticism: An Anthology has been used and appreciated by thousands of literature students and their teachers across the globe. Now, in response to feedback from the classroom, and extensive research into the needs of lecturers, Romanticism is back in a completely revised and expanded third edition. NEW ADDITIONS FOR THE THIRD EDITION: Completely revised and updated headnotes and footnotes, incorporating the latest scholarly insights Up-to-date lists of critical reading for each author Now features 36 illustrations, including 16 colour illustrations A chronology An entirely new introduction An in-depth selection of…    
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Book details

List price: $59.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/17/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1552
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 2.50" tall
Weight: 4.378

Alphabetical List of Authors
Editorial Principles
Romantic Chronology 1770-1851
Richard Price (1723-91)
From A Discourse on the Love of our Country (1789)
[On Representation]
[Prospects for Reform]
Thomas Warton (1728-90)
From Poems (1777)
Sonnet IX
To the River Lodon
Edmund Burke (1729-97)
From A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origins of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful (1757)
From Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790)
[History will record . . .]
[The age of chivalry is gone]
[On Englishness]
[Society is a Contract]
William Cowper (1731-1800)
From The Task (1785)
[Crazy Kate] (Book I)
[On Slavery] (Book II)
[The Winter Evening] (Book IV)
From Works (1835-7)
Sweet Meat has Sour Sauce, or The Slave-Trader in the Dumps
Thomas Paine (1737-1809)
From Common Sense (1776)
Of the Origin and Design of Government in General
From The Rights of Man Part I (1791)
[Freedom of Posterity]
[On Revolution]
From The Rights of Man Part II (1792)
Anna Seward (1742-1809)
Sonnet written from an Eastern Apartment in the Bishop's Palace at Lichfield
From Llangollen Vale, with Other Poems (1796)
To Time Past
Written Dec. 1772
From Gentleman's Magazine (1786)
Advice to Mrs Smith
A Sonnet
From Llangollen Vale, with Other Poems (1796)
Anna Laetitia Barbauld (n_e Aikin) (1743-1825)
From Poems (1773)
A Summer Evening's Meditation
From Poems (1792)
Epistle to William Wilberforce, Esq., on the Rejection of the Bill for Abolishing the Slave Trade
From Works (1825)
The Rights of Woman
From The Monthly Magazine (1799)
To Mr Coleridge
Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, A Poem (1812)
Hannah More (1745-1833)
From Sacred Dramas: chiefly intended for young persons: the subjects taken from the Bible
To which is added, Sensibility, A Poem (1782)
Sensibility: A Poetical Epistle to the Hon
Mrs Boscawen
Slavery: A Poem (1788)
Cheap Repository
The Story of Sinful Sally
Told by Herself (1796)
Charlotte Smith (n_e Turner) (1749-1806)
Elegiac Sonnets: the third edition
With twenty additional sonnets. (1786)
To William Hayley, Esq
Preface to the First Editions
Preface to the Third Edition
Sonnet I
Sonnet II
Written at the Close of Spring
Sonnet III
To a Nightingale
Sonnet IV
To the Moon
Sonnet V
To the South Downs
Sonnet VI
To Hope
Sonnet VII
On the Departure of the Nightingale
Sonnet VIII
To Spring
Sonnet IX
Sonnet X
To Mrs G
Sonnet XI
To Sleep
Sonnet XII
Written on the Seashore. October 1784
Sonnet XIII
From Petrarch
Sonnet XIV
From Petrarch
Sonnet XV
From Petrarch
Sonnet XVI
From Petrarch
Sonnet XVII
From the Thirteenth Cantata of Metastasio
Sonnet XVIII
To the Earl of Egremont
Sonnet XIX
To Mr Hayley
On Receiving some Elegant Lines from Him
Sonnet XX
To the Countess of Abergavenny
Written on the Anniversary of her
Sonnet XXI
Supposed to be Written by Werther
Sonnet XXII
By the Same
To Solitude
Sonnet XXIII
By the Same
To the North Star
Sonnet XXIV
By the Same
Sonnet XXV
By the Same
Just before his Death
Sonnet XXVI
To the River Arun
Sonnet XXVII
To Friendship
Sonnet XXIX
To Miss C------a??a??a??
On being Desired to Attempt Writing a Comedy
Sonnet XXX
To the River Arun
Sonnet XXXI
Written on Farm Wood, So