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Poetry Review 95/3 2005: Autumn

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Ironic literature begins with realism and tends toward myth, its mythical patterns being as a rule more suggestive of the demonic than of the apocalyptic, though sometimes it simply continues the romantic tradition of stylization. D.) LONGINUS; LONGINUS ‘ON THE SUBLIME’; THE TRUE SUBLIME DEFINED; THE FALSE SUBLIME; DISTINCTION BETWEEN TRUE AND FALSE SUBLIME; LONGINUS AS THE FIRST ROMANTIC CIRTIC OF THE ANCIENT WORLD; BLENDING OF THE ROMANTIC AND THE CLASSICAL TENDENCIES IN LONGINUS; LONGINUS’ CONTRIBUTION TO LITERARY CRITICISM DANTE ALIGHIERI [1265-1321]; THE LIFE OF DANTE; WORKS OF DANTE; THE LANGUAGE OF POETRY; DANTE’S THEORY OF POETIC DICTION; DANTE AS A CRITIC THE BEGINNINGS OF MODERN LITERARY CRITICISM; THE ELIZABETHAN CRITICISM ‘AN APOLOGY FOR POETRY’; ANALYSIS OF ‘AN APOLOGY FOR POETRY’; IMPORTANCE OF ‘AN APOLOGY FOR POETRY’; A CONSIDERATION OF RHYME AND VERSE IN POETRY; POETRY AS AN IMITATIVE ART; SIDNEY’S INDEBTEDNESS TO GREEK, LATIN AND ITALIAN RENAISSANCE CRITICS; SIDNEY AND PLATO; SIDNEY AND HORACE; SIDNEY AND ARISTOTLE; SIDNEY AND CICERO; THE ITALIAN INFLUENCE ON SIDNEY; SYNTHESIS OF CLASSICAL AND ROMANTIC ELEMENTS IN ‘AN APOLOGY FOR POETRY’; MODERN NOTE IN SIDNEY’S CRITICISM; A CONSIDERATION OF ‘AN APOLOGY FOR POETRY’ AS AN EPITOME OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE CRITICISM; WAS ‘APOLOGY FOR POETRY’ GETTING OUT OF DATE EVEN AS IT WAS BEING WRITTEN?; SIDNEY’S JUDICIAL CRITICISM; CLASSICAL AND ROMANTIC TRAITS IN SIDNEY’S LITERARY CRITICISM; SIDNEY AS THE FATHER OF ENGLISH CRITICISM; SIDNEY’S STYLE AND INFLUENCE; HISTORICAL IMPORTANCE OF SIDNEY’S LITERARY CRITICISM GROWTH OF LITERATURE DURING THE RENAISSANCE; BEN JONSON’S REACTION AGAINST ROMANTIC EXTRAVAGANCE; BEN JONSON’S DRAMATIC CRITICISM; BEN JONSON’S VIEWS ON COMEDY; BEN JONSON’S VIEWS ON TRAGEDY; BEN JONSON’S VIEWS ON POETRY; BEN JONSON’S VIEWS ON STYLE; BEN JONSON’S PRACTICAL CRITICISM; BEN JONSON AS A CRITIC THE LIFE OF NICHOLAS BOILEAU; BOILEAU’S ACHIEVEMENT AS A CRITIC; BOILEAU’S ‘THE ART POETIQUE’; BOILEAU AND DRYDEN—A COMPARISON DRYDEN AND THE NEO-CLASSICAL TRADITION; DRYDEN—THE FIRST GREAT ENGLISH CRITIC; ‘THE ESSAY OF DRAMATIC POESY’ (1668); ANALYSIS OF ‘THE ESSAY OF DRAMATIC POESY’; CRITICAL VALUE OF ‘THE ESSAY OF DRAMATIC POESY’; ‘PREFACE TO THE FABLES’ (1700); ON THE NATURE OF POETRY; THE FUNCTION OF POETRY; DRYDEN ON EPIC POETRY; DRYDEN’S VIEWS ON SATIRE; DRYDEN’S VIEWS ON TRAGEDY; DRYDEN’S VIEWS ON COMEDY; DRYDEN AS A CRITIC; DRYDEN’S PROSE STYLE THE AGE OF NEO-CLASSICISM IN ENGLISH LITERATURE; NEO-CLASSICAL CREED; POETIC DICTION ADDISON—A JOURNALISTIC CRITIC; ON TRUE AND FALSE WIT; ON THE PLEASURES OF THE IMAGINATION; ADDISON’S ACHIEVEMENTS AS A CRITIC THE CLASSICAL AND ROMANTIC TENDENCIES IN THE AGE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON; JOHNSON’S CRITICAL PRINCIPLES; JOHNSON’S VIEWS ON POETRY; ON KINDS OF POETRY; JOHNSON’S CRITICISM OF SHAKESPEARE—‘THE PREFACE TO SHAKESPEARE’; THE UNITIES; ‘THE LIVES OF THE POETS’; JOHNSON AS A CRITIC THE PERIOD OF THE ROMANTIC CRITICISIM (1800-1825); A SURVEY OF ENGLISH CRITICISM FROM THE 16TH TO THE EARLY 19TH CENTURY; FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CHANGE IN CRITICAL OUTLOOK; POLITICAL CAUSES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ROMANTICISM; THE INFLUENCE OF GERMANY; THE ROMANTIC CREED AND ITS NOTE OF FREEDOM; ROMANTIC CRITICISM INVESTIGATES THE NATURE OF POETRY; ROMANTIC CRITICISM IS ESSENTIALLY CREATIVE IN NATURE WORDSWORTH AS A CRITIC; ‘PREFACE TO THE LYRICAL BALLADS’ (1800): A DETAILED ANALYSIS; WORDSWORTH’S THEORY OF POETRY; WORDSWORTH’S THEORY OF POETIC DICTION AND ITS EXAMINATION BY COLERIDGE IN ‘BIOGRAPHIA LITERARIA’; OTHER CRITICAL PRINCIPLES OF WORDSWORTH; THE APPENDIX TO THE ‘PREFACE TO THE LYRICAL BALLADS’; WORDSWORTH’S VIEWS ON IMAGINATION AND FANCY; WORDSWORTH’S ACHIEVEMENT AS A CRITIC SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE AS A CRITIC; COLERIDGE’S DEFINITION OF A POEM; COLERIDGE’S DEFINITION OF A POET; COLERIDGE ON FANCY AND IMAGINATION; ON TALENT AND POETIC GENIUS; COLERIDGE AS A CRITIC OF SHAKESPEARE; COLERIDGE’S ACHIEVEMENT AS A CRITIC P.

Pages: 128

Publisher: Poetry Society (October 20, 2005)

ISBN: 1900771454

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