By James Land Jones
The author's crucial goal is to teach that the poetry of Keats and Yeats is proficient by means of a suite of assumptions, a method of apprehension, which marks it as a undeniable type of poetry: Romantic poetry characterised specifically through the weather of mythic pondering analyzed by way of Cassirer and Eliade.
Introduction: The reason for Myth
Chapter One: Soul Making
I "Curious Conscience"
II "My robust identification, My genuine Self
III "A Greeting of the Spirit"
Chapter : solidarity of Being
I "Energy" and "Essence"
II "Beauty in All Things"
Chapter 3: The immense Idea
I "From Feathers to Iron"
II "An Interchange of Favors"
III "Time Annihilate"
IV "The Finer Tone"
Chapter 4: the nice Moment
I "There all of the Gyres Converge in One"
II "Fellowship Divine"
Chapter 5: Melancholy's Sovran Shrine
I "The shorelines of Memory"
II the 2 Hyperions
Conclusion: Adam's Dream
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However, about 1794 he made a huge commitment to illustrations for Young’s Night Thoughts (Illus. 1, 12, 13), and for the period from 1800 to 1803 he lived almost exclusively under the patronage of William Hayley in the seaside village of Felpham in Sussex. ” The amount paid for engravings depended upon a number of factors. 0 each, to the elaborate, laborious high finish of “The Fall of Rosamond” (1783) (Illus. 2) for which Macklin paid £80. r Blake the best engraver of outlines,” omitting almost all the shading.
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