Keats Shelley and Shakespeare Studies and Essays in English Literature
By: S. J. Mary Suddard (author)Paperback
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Originally published in 1912, this book presents studies by Sarah Julie Mary Suddard on the works of Keats, Shelley and Shakespeare, together with essays on other literary topics. Notes are incorporated throughout. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Keats, Shelley, Shakespeare and literary criticism.
Keats Shelley and Shakespeare Studies: 1. The evolution of Keats's mind; 2. Keats's 'Prelude', a study of the poems of Keats up to Endymion; 3. Keats's style as exemplified in The Eve of St Agnes; 4. The Hymn to Intellectual Beauty; 5. Shelley's transcendentalism; 6. Shelley's idealism; 7. The images in Shelley's Hellas; 8. The blending of prose, blank verse and rhymed verse in Romeo and Juliet; 9. Measure for Measure as a clue to Shakespeare's attitude towards Puritanism; Essays in English Literature: 1. Chaucer's art of portraiture; 2. Astrophel and Stella; 3. Three of Shakespeare's Sonnets (59, 60, 61); 4. A parallel between Ben Jonson and Shakespeare; 5. Addison's humour: its matter and its form; 6. Swift's poetry; 7. Wordsworth's 'imagination'; 8. The House of Life; 9. The character of John Inglesant.
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