New PDF release: The Cambridge Introduction to Victorian Poetry (Cambridge

By Linda K. Hughes

Victorian poetry was once learn and loved by means of a far higher viewers than is typically inspiration. e-book in widely-circulating periodicals, reprinting in publication experiences, and excerpting in novels and essays ensured that significant poets reminiscent of Tennyson, Browning, Hardy and Rossetti have been loved ones names, and so they stay renowned this present day. The Cambridge creation to Victorian Poetry offers an obtainable assessment of British poetry from 1830 to 1901, paying specific realization to its position in mass media print tradition. Designed to curiosity either scholars and students, the booklet strains energetic dialogues among poets and explains poets' offerings of shape, type and language. It additionally demonstrates poetry's relevance to Victorian debates on technological know-how, social justice, faith, imperialism, and paintings. that includes a word list of literary phrases, a consultant to additional studying, and examples of shut readings of Victorian poems, this advent is the perfect starting-point for the learn of verse within the 19th century.

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