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eBook Embodying Revolution: The Figure of the Poet in Shelley (Oxford English Monographs) download ISBN: 0198129815
Author: Timothy Clark
Publisher: Oxford University Press (June 1, 1989)
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A strange figure recurs throughout Shelley's work, a solitary young poet hounded by passion or madness to the grave. Shelley's concept of the poet is by Timothy Clark engaged so as to better understand the politics and the alleged idealism of Percy Shelley.

A strange figure recurs throughout Shelley's work, a solitary young poet hounded by passion or madness to the grave. This study reveals the figure to be an allegory of a violent revolutionary age. Seen in the context of a largely forgotten ideal that connected introspection with radical politics. In a thorough, comprehensive, allegorical read the Australian literary critic avails himslef of recent Shelly scholarship to finally dispel myths that have been bandied about for too long, which see Shelley as a dreamer of vacuous Platonic ideals.

A strange figure recurs throughout Shelley's work, a solitary young poet hounded by passion or madness to the . Seen in the context of a largely forgotten ideal that connected introspection with radical politics, Clark demonstrates that Shelley's self-analyses and metaphysical speculations are related to a notion of the poet as an explorer in previously unchartered regions of the human mind.

Embodying Revolution book. A strange figure recurs throughout Shelley's work, a solitary young poet hounded by passion or madness to the grave. Hardcover, 312 pages. Embodying Revolution: The Figure of the Poet in Shelley (Oxford English Monographs). 0198129815 (ISBN13: 9780198129813).

Release Date:June 1989. Publisher:Oxford University Press, Incorporated.

book by Timothy Clark. Release Date:June 1989.

Yes, yes, if you please, no reference to examples in books. Men have had every advantage of us in telling their own story. Education has been theirs in so much higher a degree; the pen has been in their hands. I will not allow books to prove any thing. (Persuasion, chapter 23) /Coming very near the end of Austen's last novel (1818), this sharp observation on the gender biases inherent in literary discourse has often been taken as a characteristically oblique expression of her feminism as well as a defense of her singular craft.

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Clark, Timothy, Embodying Revolution: The Figure of the Poet in Shelley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989). Clark, Timothy, ‘Shelley's The Coliseum and the Sublime’, Durham University Journal, 85, 54/2 (July 1993), pp. 225–35. Clark, Timothy and Allen, Mark, ‘Between Flippancy and Terror: Shelley's Marianne's Dream (1817)’, Romanticism 1/1 (1995), pp. 90–105. Cooper, Bryan, ‘Shelley's Alastor: The Quest for a Vision’, Keats-Shelley Journal 19 (1970), pp. 63–76. Cronin, Richard, Shelley's Poetic Thoughts (London: Macmillan, 1981).

Timothy Clark’s work on Shelley and sensibility has lead to a greater understanding of the political nature of. .This section is indebted to Timothy Clark, Embodying Revolution: The Figure of the Poet in Shelley (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989).

Timothy Clark’s work on Shelley and sensibility has lead to a greater understanding of the political nature of such sentiments; Clark has established that for Shelley, as for Godwin, self-analysis was a ‘potent political weapon’ (1989, p. 3). Clark has also recognized the importance of the medical definition of sensibility, and regards it as primary to Shelley’s understanding of th.

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Embodying Revolution: The Figure of the Poet in Shelley.

A strange figure recurs throughout Shelley's work, a solitary young poet hounded by passion or madness to the grave. This study reveals the figure to be an allegory of a violent revolutionary age. Seen in the context of a largely forgotten ideal that connected introspection with radical politics, Clark demonstrates that Shelley's self-analyses and metaphysical speculations are related to a notion of the poet as an explorer in previously unchartered regions of the human mind. He shows that ultimately, the curiously weak Shelleyan poet is really an ambivalent fictional embodiment of the social forces tearing Europe apart in the Romantic age.