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|Statement||[by] Frank D. McConnell.|
|LC Classifications||PR5864 .M25|
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|Pagination||ix, 211 p.|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||73019333|
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: The Confessional Imagination: A Reading of Wordsworth's Prelude (): Professor Frank McConnell: BooksCited by: The general direction of the author's reading is a narrowing of focus from the most general to the most specific features of the confessional act.
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Review of the hardback:'Jarvis' Wordsworth's Philosophic Song is a rare example of a study that successfully moves beyond the historicist/formalist The confessional imagination: a reading of Wordsworths Prelude book by carefully and self-consciously close reading not only Wordsworth's poems and prose, but also the numerous philosophical, social and political sources used here to illuminate such work.'Cited by: Throughout his poetry, especially in his confessional epic, The Prelude, Wordsworth describes emanations of another being existing within or alongside him.
In one famous instance he speaks of an awareness that he seems. Two consciousnesses, conscious of myself. And of some other being. (B lines ). 3- William Wordsworth, The Prelude,ed. Jonathan Wordsworth, et al. (New York: Norton, ), version, x. This version of The Prelude hereafter cited by book and line in the text.
If one is looking for support for the proposition that Wordsworth's Prelude. From The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet's Mind.
(Book First: Introduction, Childhood and School-time; Book Second: School-time continued; from Book Third: Residence at Cambridge; from Book Fourth: Summer Vacation; from Book Fifth: Books; from Book Sixth: Cambridge, and the Alps; from Book Seventh: Residence in London; from Book Eighth: Retrospect, Love of Nature Leading to Love of Man; from Book.
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Abrams made its concluding lines the. “I want to be believed. But I also want to write through spaces that are utterly delusional.” —Lisa Robertson. I was reading Lisa Robertson’s latest long poem, Cinema of the Present, for what was supposed to be a short review, and something about the book made me think of Wordsworth’s was a vague notion, entirely unsuited to being worked out over the course of.
In Book XIII of “The Prelude”, he reflects on one such discovery, the realization of personal freedom and responsibility, and anticipating Lacan’s assertion that the patient must eventually relinquish the illusion of ‘the one supposed to know’, and look to his/her own heart and desire, Wordsworth argues that imagination and love are.
"Away, away, it is the air," on this reading, is a most intimate kind of expression of an impasse within the Wordsworthian imagination. It is a poem which acknowledges that for once, animating torment and distress cannot be overcome, uplifted, or. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
prelude written iii grasmere money went brother child upon richard recluse friend lines wordsworths seems poet wrote write death letter got excursion cambridge example ode france annette You can write a book. In the same way that the reading of books is associated with particular journeys, quotations from poems call up places; and individuals carry around with them a map of the world which is, in Wordsworth's phrase, ‘of texture midway betwixt life and book’.
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Memory, imagination, zeal, perceptions of men and things, equally with rank and riches, have often cost their full price, as many mad have known; they take too much out of a man—fret, wear, worry him; to be irritable, is the conditional tax laid of old upon an author's intellect; the crowd of internal imagery makes him hasty, quick, nervous.
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And out in front there was a woman. Not exactly dressed for the weather, thin cardigan all lumpy with snow. The dissertation is From Wanderer to Recluse: A Chinese Reading of Wordsworth. Reading, England: U of Reading, For a detailed discussion of the terms, see my paper “Coleridge’s Primary and Secondary Imagination.” A seventh poem (‘A narrow girdle of rough stones and crags ”) is sometimes added to the group.
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— Four early Anglo-Saxon poetry manuscripts: Junius, the Vercelli Book, the Exeter Book and Beowulf. A possible first extant English poem written by a woman is Wulf and Eadwacer; another contender is The Wife's Lament. Other notable poems include The Seafarer, The Wanderer, The Husband's Message, The Phoenix, Widsith and The Ruin.
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