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The romantics: An anthology

Grigson, Geoffrey

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ISBN 10: 0896090965 / ISBN 13: 9780896090965
Published by Granger Book Co, 1978
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Title: The romantics: An anthology

Publisher: Granger Book Co

Publication Date: 1978

Binding: Unknown Binding

Book Condition:Very Good

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The first in a trio of anthologies by Geoffrey Grigson (The Romantics, Before the Romantics and The Victorians) that are both highly entertaining and provide a fresh approach to the ideas of an age. Primarily anthologies of poetry, with prose from the era to illustrate it, they have been universally praised for their great scope and their original take on English literature. In his preface to this widely commended anthology, Grigson writes 'The thing to do about the Romantics is to read them and look - if you can find them - at their pictures; not only that, but to forget some of the abstract theorizing of the school books, and to follow them in their actuality'. His finely judged collection allows the reader to do just that. Coleridge, Keats and Shelley of course form the core of the book, but are supported by Gainsborough and Palmer, Edgar Allan Poe and Herman Melville, and Polidori and Dorothy Wordsworth. It is not just the wide range of writers, but the careful selection of their pieces that makes The Romantics a richly rewarding and illuminating volume.

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Geoffrey Grigson, poet and writer, was born in Cornwall in 1905. After (in his words) "a profitless sojourn" at Oxford University, he worked as literary journalist and critic. His best journalism was collected in The Contrary View (1974) and Blessings, Kicks and Curses (1982), while The Harp of Aeolus (1947) and his book on Samuel Palmer (1947) contains some of his finest writing on art. His trio of poetry anthologies (Before the Romantics, The Romantics and The Victorians) were universally heralded for their careful and original selection. His first book of poetry was Several Observations (1939) and his Collected Poems was published in 1963. He had four children and was married three times, lastly to Jane McIntire, who, as Jane Grigson, became a celebrated cookery expert. He died in 1985.

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