Hayden moves through Wordsworth's view of the relationship of mind and nature; the influence of eighteenth-century psychological thought on him; the influence of his own psychology on his literary and creative thought; his psychological views of community ranging from social relationships through all animate and inanimate life into a community beyond death; and finally Wordsworth's psychological probings of his visionary experiences.
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John O. Hayden is Professor of English at the University of California, Davis.Review:
"...Makes a case, in an admirably clear style, for Wordsworth's interest in psychology and in doing so, makes a contribution to Wordsworth studies." -- Leon Waldorf JEGP
"Appealing and accessible" with "repeated flashes of originality...flashes that even the most jaded lecturer...might profit from." "Nicely done." -- B.C. Hunt, The Romantic Movement
"It represents a service done to the poet." "Entirely admirable and timely." -- Donald Davie, Poet, scholar, critic
"The overall result is very satisfactory, a book that will mislead nobody and help everybody." -- J.R. Watson, Durham University Journal
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