VOLUME 4.2 (1985) SPECIAL ISSUE


The Metaphysical Poets in the NineteenthCentury
Edited by Antony H. Harrison

Contents

Antony H. Harrison. Reception Theory and the New Historicism: The Metaphysical Poets in the Nineteenth Century. 163- 181.
John B. Hodgson. Coleridge, Puns, and “Donne’s First Poem”: The Limbo of Rhetoric and the Conceptions of Wit. 181-200.
John T. Shawcross. Opulence and Iron Pokers: Coleridge and Donne. 201-224.
Dayton Haskin. Reading Donne’s Songs and Sonets in the Nineteenth Century. 225-252.
John Maynard. Browning, Donne, and the Triangulation of the Dramatic Monologue. 253-268.
Diane D’Amico. Reading and Rereading George Herbert and Christina Rossetti. 269-290.
John Griffin. Tractarians and Metaphysicals: The Failure of Influence. 291-302.
Jerome Bump. Hopkins, Metalepsis, and the Metaphysicals. 303-330.
James Dorrill. Hardy, Donne, and the Tolling Bell. 331-336.
Raoul Granquist. A “Fashionable Poet” in New England in the 1890s: A Study of the Reception of John Donne. 337-350.
Linda Palumbo. Cultivation in the Wilderness: A Review Essay. 351-359.

 

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