Shelley and His Circle 1773 1822

These volumes record the writing of The Revolt of Islam, Shelley's epic on the lessons of the French Revolution; the poet's journey to Italy; the deaths of his and Mary's two children; and his literary annus mirabilis in 1819.

Author: Carl H. Pforzheimer Library

Publisher: Cambridge : Harvard University Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105007423622

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Volumes V and VI of Shelley and His Circle, edited by Donald H. Reiman, make available a further portion of the Shelley manuscript materials in the Carl H. Pforzheimer Library. These two volumes continue in the format and style of the preceding ones. They progress chronologically from late 1816 through 1819, tracing the growth of the poet's friendship with Leigh Hunt and his circle (including John Keats) and the blossoming of Shelley's poetic maturity. These volumes record the writing of The Revolt of Islam, Shelley's epic on the lessons of the French Revolution; the poet's journey to Italy; the deaths of his and Mary's two children; and his literary annus mirabilis in 1819. During this year he wrote Prometheus Unbound, The Cenci, and A Philosophical View of Reform, which is here presented in a corrected text. The sequence closes in late December 1819 with a series of letters that signal the beginning of Shelley's sense of isolation from his English friends and publisher. Among the 175 manuscripts presented in full diplomatic transcription are 82 by Shelley and numerous others by Godwin, Hunt, and Byron, as well as important hitherto unpublished early letters by Edward John Trelawny, and letters and journals of Keats, Peacock, Mary Shelley, Claire Clairmont, Thomas Jefferson Hogg, and Edward E. Williams. An Appendix of eleven early letters and poems by Byron completes this set. Altogether, Shelley and His Circle will encompass a half-century of interconnected biographies and will capture the literary and intellectual tenor of the Romantic era.
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Shelley and His Circle 1773 1822

In the year prior to that in which Hazlitt is writing there had appeared the first volume of Godwin's four - volume History ... 7-8 . See sc 24 ( Nov. 28 , 1799 ) , Commentary . 9. Shelley , Epipsychidion , lines 368–372 . On the [ 13 ] ...

Author: Carl H. Pforzheimer Library

Publisher: Harvard University Press

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Shelley and His Circle 1773 1822

December 1819 4 SC 582 few ( perhaps two ) poems in that volume that Shelley himself had prepared for publication . ... ABrooke ” received the manuscript as a gift from Mary Shelley on June 7 , 1824 , at her residence , 14 Speldhurst ...

Author: Donald H. Reiman

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674806131

Category: Literary Criticism

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Shelley and His Circle 1773 1822

Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle, Carl H. Pforzheimer Library Kenneth Neill Cameron, ... his death see the frontispiece to this volume . 7. See Shelley , Letters , II , 239 . Hunt to Shelley July ( 8 ) , 1819 SC.

Author: Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle

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The New Shelley

First, there is the multi-volume project initiated out of the considerable holdings of the Carl H. Pforzheimer Library in New York, and entitled Shelley and His Circle, 17731822. Kenneth Neill Cameron published the first two volumes in ...

Author: G. Kim Blank

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349212255

Category: Literary Criticism

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The last two decades have seen the business of researching and writing about Percy Bysshe Shelley change in positive and significant ways. Shelleyan characteristics which were once deemed negative are now reviewed as critically engaging qualities. The New Shelley: Later Twentieth-Century Views is a collection of original essays by some of the leading Romanticists which situates Shelley for our own age, but not only by contextualizing him within our own scene of critical practice, but also by replacing him within his own scene of poetic production.
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Bod XXIII

These have been wonderfully catalogued in the successive volumes of Shelley and his Circle 1773-1822 (8 vols. so far, ed. K.N. Cameron or D.H. Reiman, Cambridge, Mass., 1961-86), with descriptions of watermarks and measurements which, ...

Author: Don Reiman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134818587

Category: Literary Criticism

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Garland's magnificent facsimile series of the manuscripts of Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in the Bodleian Library, Oxford ( The Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts , 22 volumes, 1986-1997) is now made complete by the publication of its Index-volume. Volume XXIII provides the key to the contents of the Shelleyan notebooks and papers in all their complexity: poems, prose, translations, fragments, calculations, drawing and doodles, addresses and other miscellaneous jottings. The accumulated findings provide a treasure-trove of information about the Shelley's lives: their writings and readings, and echoes of classical and later authors; the people they met, corresponded with, rented houses from, or saw perform; the towns they visited, the very houses in which they lived, the lakes and rivers they sailed and the mountains they climbed. The intellectual and physical data of these manuscripts will help open new vistas for students of their lives, thought and creative writing.
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The Shelley Byron Circle and the Idea of Europe

Shelley e. 6 and adds. d. 8. Edited by Michael O'Neill. Volume 20 of The Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts, edited by Donald H. Reiman ... Shelley and His Circle 17731822: The Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection, Edited by Kenneth Neill Cameron, ...

Author: P. Stock

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230106307

Category: History

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This book investigates how Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, and their circle understood the idea of Europe. What geographical, cultural, and ideological concepts did they associate with the term? What does this tell us about politics and identity in early nineteenth-century Britain? In addressing these questions, Paul Stock challenges prevailing nationalist interpretations of Romanticism, but without falling prey to imprecise alternative notions of cosmopolitanism or "world citizenship." Instead, his book accounts for both the transnational and the local in Romantic writing, reassessing the period in terms of more complex, multi-layered identity politics.
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Coleridge and Shelley

7, Shelley's 1821–1822 Huntington Notebook (HM 2111), ed. Mary A. Quinn (1996); vol. 8, Fair-Copy Manuscripts of Shelley's Poems in European and American Libraries, ed. Donald H. Reiman and Michael O'Neill (1997) –––––, The Poems of ...

Author: Sally West

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317164593

Category: Literary Criticism

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Sally West's timely study is the first book-length exploration of Coleridge's influence on Shelley's poetic development. Beginning with a discussion of Shelley's views on Coleridge as a man and as a poet, West argues that there is a direct correlation between Shelley's desire for political and social transformation and the way in which he appropriates the language, imagery, and forms of Coleridge, often transforming their original meaning through subtle readjustments of context and emphasis. While she situates her work in relation to recent concepts of literary influence, West is focused less on the psychology of the poets than on the poetry itself. She explores how elements such as the development of imagery and the choice of poetic form, often learnt from earlier poets, are intimately related to poetic purpose. Thus on one level, her book explores how the second-generation Romantic poets reacted to the beliefs and ideals of the first, while on another it addresses the larger question of how poets become poets, by returning the work of one writer to the literary context from which it developed. Her book is essential reading for specialists in the Romantic period and for scholars interested in theories of poetic influence.
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The Collected Novels and Memoirs of William Godwin

13 8. Letter to the Editor, Examiner, 28 December, 1817, 826-7,. NOTES 1 .Shelley and His Circle: 1773-1822, IV, ed. K. N. Cameron (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1970), 670-2. 2. Ab. MSS e. 214-15. 3. Letter to Shelley ...

Author: Pamela Clemit

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351220897

Category: Literary Criticism

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A collection in eight volumes of the novels and memoirs of William Godwin, one of the foremost philosophers and radical thinkers of his age. There is a general introduction covering Godwin's life and literary works and each volume is prefaced by a scholarly introduction.
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A Catalogue and Index of the Shelley Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library and a General Index to the Facsimile Edition of the Bodleian Shelley Manuscripts

These have been wonderfully catalogued in the successive volumes of Shelley and his Circle 1773-1822 ( 8 vols . so far , ed . K.N. Cameron or D.H. Reiman , Cambridge , Mass . , 1961-86 ) , with descriptions of watermarks and ...

Author: Tatsuo Tokoo

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0815311583

Category: Manuscripts, English

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