This is the fourth book by Professor Gaines to be read by "The Trail. All but one of Ernest J.
The blow-by-blow for the Papers on Art A Dialogue. The critic tenatively manages to justify herself, denying the poet's accusation of lack of emotion on the basis that part is better than nothing, that reason explores things that would be left unexamined.
The Two Herberts -- Lord Herbert and George Herbert is "intended chiefly as a setting to the Latin poems of George Herbert," and prefers George's more ethereal observations to his brother's richer stylel The Prose Works of Milton -- Reads like dust-jacket material for a Works of Milton, and reminds one that into the 20th Century, Milton enjoyed a prominence very near that of Shakespeare.
Herein find Fuller's amended Romantic and Transcendental eidos in praise of M's spirituality and the grander span and grasp of his insight. Sublime does not come up, it it's very near the point. By his son; Robert James Mackintosh -- Clearly, clearly written as a book review, given that it discusses things like the binding, and goes through the pleasantness of owning a thing to which Fuller doth not grant genius.
The drift seems to be how the elder Mack did not altogether reach fame and genius for human qualities that may be more admirable. One really wonders whether the younger were not a personal friend or patron. Modern British Poets -- Campbell -- " His forte is strong conception, a style free and bold.
Anacreon Moore, sweet warbler of Erin! What ecstasy of sensation must thy poetic life have been! The poetry of Walter Scott has been superseded by his prose, yet it fills no unimportant niche.
These poems are chiefly remarkable for presenting pictures of particulare epochs. The poor and humble owe him much, for he has made them known to the upper classes, not as they ought to be, but as they really are; and in so doing, in distinctly portraying the evils of their condition, he has opened the way to amelioration" He commited many errors" But we don't hear which in any specific way.
He is "most lyrical," yet "the struggles of Shelley's mind destroyed that serenity of tone which is essential to thei finest poetry, and his tenderness has not always that elevation of hope" 69which I'd reather call a compliment than a criticism.
She only faults him for lacking "unity of purpose and regulation of parts," for which I can only imagine that she's referring to the longer poems rather than substantial jewels like "Mont Blanc" and "Hymn to Intellectual Beauty. On the other hand ". Byron's moral perversion never paralyzed or obscured his intellectual powers, though it might lower their aims" 76 -- an odd separation of moral and intellectual, but I think we're hearing that Byron's often clever without being profound.
She does go on to Southey, Cage, Wordsworth and eventually Coleridge. The comments are more evaluative than analytical. All in all we have here a catalog for potential readers, and the long quotes that she includes are display rather than meat for close reading.
The Modern Drama -- Shakespeare's "children should not hope to walk in his steps"though british drama far exceeds the american. Thus, beneath the roots of the drama, lay seeds of the historic novel, the romantic epic, which were to take its place to the reader, and for the scene, the oratorios, the opera, and ballet.
She argues further that more respect be shown the actor and what Artaud call the mise en scene. But she trails off in sundry observations of minor work -- accurate enough, but leaving little to report.
Dialogue -- Old friends discourse about not seeing each other so often, the one feeling neglected. They have recourse to various Romantic poets to augment their discussion -- and of course, to Shakespeare. Poets of the People: Here, finally, is an aesthetic statement:by: Ernest J.
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