A Companion To Victorian Poetry

A Companion To Victorian Poetry This Companion brings together specially commissioned essays by distinguished international scholars that reflect both the diversity of Victorian poetry and the variety of critical approaches that ill

  • Title: A Companion To Victorian Poetry
  • Author: Richard Cronin
  • ISBN: 9780631222071
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This Companion brings together specially commissioned essays by distinguished international scholars that reflect both the diversity of Victorian poetry and the variety of critical approaches that illuminate it.Approaches Victorian poetry by way of genre, production and cultural context, rather than through individual poets or poemsDemonstrates how a particular poet or poeThis Companion brings together specially commissioned essays by distinguished international scholars that reflect both the diversity of Victorian poetry and the variety of critical approaches that illuminate it.Approaches Victorian poetry by way of genre, production and cultural context, rather than through individual poets or poemsDemonstrates how a particular poet or poem emerges from a number of overlapping cultural contexts.Explores the relationships between work by different poetsRecalls attention to a considerable body of poetry that has fallen into neglectEssays are informed by recent developments in textual and cultural theoryConsiders Victorian women poets in every chapter

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    1. I read this a few years ago for a Victorian poetry course, and found the articles in this book most useful. They cover a range of topics, including the British Empire and politics, religion, sexuality, gender, medieval or classical references, medicinal practices, and pretty much you can associate with the Victorians. My only complaint is, given this is an anthology, the articles are truncated, and Alison Chapman seems to always abridge the articles just when they become really interesting, leav [...]

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