Nineteenth-century literary perspectives : essays in honor of Lionel Stevenson / edited by Clyde de L. Ryals, with the assistance of John Clubbe and Benjamin Franklin Fisher IV.
- Nineteenth-century literary perspectives : essays in honor of Lionel Stevenson / edited by Clyde de L. Ryals, with the assistance of John Clubbe and Benjamin Franklin Fisher IV.
- Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1974.
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- xxiii, 294 pages; 25 cm
- Bibliography (note)
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Clubbe, J. Lionel Stevenson.--Knoepflmacher, U. C. A nineteenth-century touchstone: chapter XV of Biographia literaria.--Clubbe, J. "The new Prometheus of new men": Byron's 1816 poems and Manfred.--Svaglic, M. J. Shelley and King Lear.--Fogle, R. H. Keat's Lamia as dramatic illusion.--Culler, A. D. "Tennyson, we cannot live in art."--Stange, G. R. The "Voyages" of Tennyson and Baudelaire.--Litzinger, B. The structural logic of the Ring and the book.--Ryals, C. de L. Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau: Browning's "ghostly dialogue."--DeLaura, D. J. A background for Arnold's "Shakespeare."--Fredeman, W. E. A key poem of the pre-Raphaelite movement: W. M. Rosetti's "Mrs. Holmes Grey."--Sanders, C. R. The Carlyles and Thackeray.--Johnson, E. Dicken's anti-chauvinism.--Woodring, C. Change in Chuzzlewit.--Beaty, J. The "soothing songs" of Little Dorrit: new light on Dickens's darkness.--Altick, R. D. Education, print, and paper in Our mutual friend.--Haight, G. S. Poor Mr. Casaubon.--Cline, C. L. Qualifications of the medical practitioners of Middlemarch.--Fisher, B. F., IV. Sensation fiction in a minor key: the Ordeal of Richard Feverel.
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