6 edition of Poetry of the landscape and the night: two eighteenth-century traditions. found in the catalog.
|Series||The English library|
|Contributions||Peake, Charles, comp.|
|LC Classifications||PR1215 .P4 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||79116474|
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An up-to-date and wide-ranging guide to eighteenth-century poetry. Reflects the dramatic transformation which has taken place in the study of eighteenth-century poetry over the past two decades. Opens with a section on contexts, discussing poetry’s relationships with patriotism, politics, science, and the visual arts, for example.
John Dyer’s “A Country Walk” (), in Poetry of Landscape and the Night: Two Eighteenth-Century Traditions, ed. Charles Peake (London: Edward Author: Margaret Koehler.
Peake, Charles, ed. Poetry of the Landscape and the Night: Two Eighteenth-Century Traditions. London: Edward Arnold, Porter, Cole. The Complete Lyrics of Cole Porter. Robert Kimball.
London: Hamish Hamilton, Roberts, Michael, ed. The Faber Book of Modern Verse. Rev. and with a New Supplement of Poems Chosen by Donald Hall. Charles Peake's evocatively titled anthology Poetry of the Landscape and the Night () offered a glimpse of a different kind of eighteenth-century poetry — meditative, melancholic, descriptive, and subjective — while Pat Rogers's Grub Street () reconstructed a refreshingly vulgar and material counter-culture to correctness and couplets.
3 Paula Backscheider, Eighteenth-Century Women Poets and Their Poetry: Inventing Agency, Inventing Genre (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, ), 4 Charles Peake, “Introduction” in Poetry of the Landscape and the Night: Two Eighteenth-century Traditions,Author: Anna Christina Martinsson.
Abstract. A this chapter title attests, no eighteenth-century poem makes its instructive purpose plainer than William Cowper’s The Task (). The title of the poem indicates its teacherly orientation. One way to understand the task of Cowper is to see it as the task of attention. As he describes his undertaking, “The task of new discov’ries falls on me” ().
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The cultural historians argue that the late eighteenth century produced a nationalist turn within poetry and fiction—that it did much to fashion our now commonplace notion of national literatures, or our notion, indeed, that nations have literatures (e.g., TrumpenerKramnickHawes )—but the techniques of eighteenth-century.
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