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Wordsworth and Coleridge

An Introduction to Wordsworth and Coleridge, a book chapter included in A Guide to English and American Literature (Changbi, 2001)  

The Making of "English" in the 19th-Century Britain

An essay on how the subject of "English literature" was conceived, developed, and established as an academic discipline in the British universities throughout the 19th century.  

Romantic Elegy and the Politics of Lamentation

A reading of Shelley's "Adonais" as an outstanding example of "romantic" elegy with reference to the literary tradition of the pastoral elegy. This contains a close examination of the cultural war between the Hunt group and the Tory critics that motivated Shelley to compose this poem.  

Wordsworth and the French Revolution

This is an essay on how the French Revolution was depicted in Wordsworth's "The Prelude".  

Modern Autobiography and Poetic Confession

This essay explores the idea of Autobiography in the Modern poetry implying that Wordsworth's poetic autobiography like "The Prelude" could be its inauguration.  

Poetic Tradition and Diction Experiment

An article clarifies the idea of "lyrical ballad" by examining the group of poems in "Lyrical Ballads" that are categorized as "real" lyrical ballads.  

Romantic Autobiography and Modern Self

An article on the idea of romantic autobiography. This contains a reading of Wordsworth's "Tintern Abbey" as his "literary" autobiography.  

Romanticism and Utopia

An article on the idea of Utopia in British Romanticism.  

Romanticism and Empire

An article on the idea of empire in the English Romantic poetry, particularly in Wordsworth and Coleridge. This article contains a reading of "Michael" in the context of imperialism.  

A Reading of "The Ruined Cottage"

A reading of Wordsworth's "The Ruined Cottage" with reference to the social history of a "War Widow"  

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