Wordsworth's mind and art [by] William Minto [and others] Essays edited by A. W. Thomson.

; Minto, William, 1845-1893
New York, Barnes & Noble [1970] .
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Other Authors Minto, William, 1845-1893.
Subjects Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850.
Series Essays old and new, 4.
Description vii, 235 p. 23 cm.
Contents Wordsworth's great failure, by W. Minto.--Visionary dreariness, by D. G. James.--Wordsworth's revolt against literature, by R. Sharrock.--Wordsworth's dim and perilous way, by E. E. Bostetter.--The design of Wordsworth's Prelude, by E. A. Horsman.--Dionysus in Lyrical ballads, by D. Davie.--Wordsworth, the problem of communication, and John Dennis, by W. J. B. Owen.--The Goslar lyrics, by A. Conran.--Resolution and independence, by A. W. Thomson.--The life of things: some notes on Wordsworth's perception, by B. Blackstone.--Select bibliography (p. 227-232)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00106650
(OCoLC)106650
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