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The visionary company; a reading of English romantic Poetry.

Author: Harold Bloom
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday [1963, ©1961]
Series: Anchor Books.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [Anchor Books ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Bloom
OCLC Number: 904818
Description: 495 pages 19 cm.
Contents: Ch.1. William Blake --
1. The Heritage of sensibility: Collins' Ode on the poetical character; Poetical sketches --
2. The individual vision: the concept of Beulah; the giant forms --
3. The Contraries: songs of innocence and of experience --
4. Negations: The Book of Thel; Visions of the daughters of Albion; The Crystal Cabinet; The Mental traveller --
5. Bible of energy: the marriage of haven and hell --
6. Bible of Hell: the book of Urizen --
7. States of being: the four Zoas --
8. The Recovery of innocence: Milton --
9. Blake's apocalypse: Jerusalem Ch.2. William Wordsworth --
1. The Great marriage: The recluse; nutting --
2. Myth of memory: Tintern Abbey; The Prelude --
3. Spots of time: Resolution and independence; Ode, intimations of immortality --
4. Natural man: The Old Cumberland beggar; Michael --
5. The Myth denied: Peele castle; Ode to duty; Laodamia --
6. The Frozen spirit: The excursion; extempore effusion Ch.3. Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
1. The Conversation poems: The Eolian Harp; Frost at midnight; The Nightingale --
2. Natural magic: The Ancient mariner; Christabel; Kubla Khan --
3. Wisdom and dejection: France: an Ode; Dejection: An Ode; To William Wordsworth --
4. Positive negation: Limbo; Ne plus ultra Ch.4. George Gordon, Lord Byron --
1. Promethean man: Childe Harold's pilgrimage; Prometheus; Manfred; Cain --
2. The Digressive balance: Beppo; Don Juan --
3/ The Byronic ethos: The vision of judgment; Stanzas to the Po; Last poems Ch.5. Percy Bysshe Shelley --
1. Urbanity and apocalypse --
2. The Quest: Alastor --
3. The hidden power: Hymn to intellectural beauty; Mont Blanc; Ode to the west wind; to a skylark --
4. Titan on the rock: Prometheus unbound --
5. Dialectics of vision: The Two spirits: an allegory; the Witch of Atlas --
6. Darkening of the Quest: Epipsychidion; adonais --
7. Transmemberment of song: final lyrics; the Triumph of life Ch.6. John Keats --
1. Gardens of the moon: sleep and poetry; endymion --
2. Hymns of eros: The eve of St. Agnes; La Belle dame sans merci; Lamia --
3. Temples of the sun: Hyperion; Ode to psyche --
4. Naturalistic humanism: Ode to a nightingale; Ode on melancholy; Ode on a Grecian urn; Ode on indolence --
5. Tragic humanism: the fall of hyperion; to autumn; bright star Ch.7. Beddoes, Clare, Darley, and others --
1. Thomas Lovell Beddoes: Dance of death --
2. John Clare: The Wordsworthian shadow --
3. George Darley and others: the strangling tide.
Series Title: Anchor Books.

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