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The Oxford handbook of Percy Bysshe Shelley / edited by Michael O'Neill and Anthony Howe ; with the assistance of Madeleine Callaghan
Alternate Title Percy Bysshe Shelley
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  PR5438 .O94 2013    AVAILABLE
Gift from Sandra R. Arden, 2014
Subject Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 1792-1822 -- Criticism and interpretation
Physical Description xxi, 711 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Shelley and th British Isles / Donald H. Reiman and James Bieri -- Shelley and Italy / Ralph Pite -- Resolutions, destinations : Shelley's last year / Ann Wroe -- Shelley and women / Nora Crook -- Shelley and his publishers / Stephen C. Behrendt -- Shelley and philosophy : on a future state, speculations on metaphysics and morals, on life / Anthony Howe -- Religion and ethics : the necessity of atheism, a refutation of deism, on Christianity / Gavin Hopps -- Love, sexuality, gender : on love, discourse on love, and The banquet of Plato / Teddi Lynn Chichester -- Politics and satire / Steven E. Jones -- Politics, protest, and social reform : Irish pamphlets, Notes to Queen Mab, Letter to Lord Ellenborough, a philosophical view of reform / Michael Scrivener -- Poetics / Paul Hamilton -- Prose fiction : Zastrozzi, St. Irvyne, The assassins, The coliseum / Diane Long Hoeveler -- Shelley's letters / Daisy Hay -- Shelley's draft notebooks / Nancy Moore Goslee -- Lyric development : Esdaile notebook to Hymns of 1816 / David Duff -- Epic experiments : Queen Mab and Laon and Cythna / Jack Donovan -- Quest poetry : Alastor and Epipsychidion / Mark Sandy -- Lyrical drama : Prometheus unbound and Hellas / Stuart Curran -- Tragedy : the Cenci and Swellfoot the tyrant / Michael Rossington -- Shelley's familiar style : Rosalind and Helen, Julian and Maddalo, and Letter to Maria Gisborne / Anthonoy Howe -- Sonnets and odes / Michael O'Neill -- Popular songs and ballads : writing the Unwritten story in 1819 / Susan J. Wolfson -- Visionary rhyme : The sensitive-plant and The witch of Atlas / Jerrold E. Hogle -- Lyrics and love poems : Poems to Sophia Stacey, Jane Williams, and Mary Shelley / Shahidha Bari -- Shelley's pronouns : Lyrics, Hellas, Adonais, and The triumph of life / Michael O'Neill -- Shelley and the Bible / Ian Balfour -- Shelley, mythology, and the classical tradition / Anthony John Harding -- Shelley and the Italian tradition / Alan Weinberg -- Origins of evil : Shelley, Goethe, Calderón, and Rousseau / Frederick Burwick -- Shelley and Milton / Madeleine Callaghan -- Shelley and the English tradition : Spenser and Pope / Michael O'Neill and Paige Tovey -- Shelley and his contemporaries / Kelvin Everest -- Shelley and music / Jessica K. Quillin -- Shelley, Shakespeare, and theatre / Bernard Beatty -- Shelley, the visual arts, and cinema / Sarah Wootton -- Shelley's sciences / Marilyn Gaull -- Shelley, travel, and tourism / Benjamin Colbert -- Shelley and the nineteenth century / Richard Cronin -- The influence of Shelley on twentieth- and twenty-first-century poetry / Jeffrey C. Robinson -- Editing Shelley / Michael Rossington -- Shelley criticism from romanticism to modernism / Jane Stabler -- Shelley criticism from deconstruction to the present / Arthur Bradley
Note This handbook takes stock of current developments in the study of a major Romantic poet and prose-writer, and seeks to advance Shelley studies beyond the current scholarship. It consists of forty-two chapters written by a prestigious international cast of established and emerging scholar-critics, and offers the most wide-ranging single-volume body of writings on Shelley. The volume builds on the textual revolution in Shelley studies, which has transformed understanding of the poet, as critics are able to focus on what Shelley actually wrote. This handbook is divided into five thematic sections: Biography and Relationships; Prose; Poetry; Cultures, Traditions, Influences; and Afterlives
NOTE 534570
Gift from Sandra R. Arden
Series Oxford handbooks of literature
Alternate Author O'Neill, Michael, 1953-
Howe, Tony, Ph. D
Callaghan, Madeleine
Library donation, 2014

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