Linguistic Transformations in Romantic Aesthetics From Coleridge to Emily Dickinson

Author: Harris, Morag
Year:2002
Pages:252
ISBN:0-7734-7029-8
978-0-7734-7029-3
Price:199.95

Table of Contents

Table of contents:
Preface; Foreword
1. Graphic Transactions: Dickinson, Coleridge, Schiller, and Goethe
2. Coleridge on Becoming an Expert, Self-Maintaining Gardener
3. Garden, Cultivation, Terra Incognita: Coleridge and Metaphorical Structure in Investigation
4. Some Small distance in the Same Dark Room
5. The Ode to a Nightingale : some vantage ground. Keats and the Significance of the Acquisition of Identity
6. Perfect Forms or Beautifully-Formed Imperfections? Keats and the Problem of Knowing Truth by the Clear Perception of Its Beauty
7. Myself and the Supposed person : Emily Brontë and Emily Dickinson
8. Subjects or Lovers? The Vision of the Male in the Female Creative Imagination: The Brontës and Dickinson
Bibliography; Index