Historians and literary critics find the roots of English nineteenth-century abolitionist literature in the preceding century.
Critical Essays on William Wordsworth G.
Hall and Company, Boston, From the Introduction: To some extent, Wordsworth fashioned himself into the emblem of his own age. His poems in Lyrical Ballads and his defense of them in the Preface added to the second edition proclaimed what should represent English taste and style at the beginning of the nineteenth century and articulated issues by defining the ideal characteristics of the poet and poetry.
Wordsworth found in the old pastoral themes of the importance of nature and the joys of a simple life a basis for renewal of the human spirit in an age marked by the uncertainty of European war and revolution.
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Abrams published a collection of critical essay from the flowering of Wordsworth scholarship in the postwar period. Tradition and Revolution in Romantic Literature Ronald Paulson describes how in The Prelude Wordsworth had to come to terms with his own identity as a result of his experience of the French Revolution.
Such arguments touch on a crucial development in scholarship today: Their efforts offer instructive and occasionally delightful access to the most frequently read poems.
Most of the selected criticism is of recent origin.'This volume is an important and highly welcome contribution to the investigation of nineteenth-century English and to the corpus-based diachronic study of linguistic variation in general. This is one of the choicest books of the day for all who love literature, who would intelligently admire and affectionately enjoy the best essayists of England and the one great essayist of America.
It is in a class by itself, since in no other. - The nineteenth century witnessed a cultural, religious and literary resurgence in India- the Indian Renaissance. It was a period of great social, cultural and political change. The Europeans, especially the British, who came to trade in India assumed the role of colonisers and greatly influenced the Indian life.
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