Inextinguishable Flame. Shelley's Poetic and Creative Practice
|Author: ||Baskiyar, Dharni Dhar|
Examines Shelley's poetic belief as it develops, based upon an examination of his letters, prefaces, the Defence and other prose works, and the opinions expressed in conversation with his friends, that have direct or indirect bearing on his theory of poetry. Also quotes copiously from the periodicals of his time which reviewed his work, giving a representative cross section of the views of his contemporaries.