“[Abrams] can sum up whole epochs and genres with a telling phraseAdmirably cogent and erudite throughout.” —Kirkus Reviews. One of the deans of. Other articles where The Correspondent Breeze is discussed: M.H. Abrams: Romantic topics were collected in The Correspondent Breeze . Nine longish and typically solid pieces by one of the deans of literary criticism in America.
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Abrams makes available in one volume works that had the correspondent breeze appeared in a variety of publications. For many readers, The Correspondent Breeze: Essays on English Romanticism will provide a ready reference for essays that are already part of their understanding of English Romanticism and The correspondent breeze poetry; for others, it will provide a rich and eminently readable introduction to the poetry and the spirit of English Romanticism.
The result is criticism that explains, connects, and defines. He continues that balanced, painstaking work here, concentrating on Wordsworth and Coleridge, and indulging his polemical vein a bit more than usual: You've been outbid by an automatic bid placed earlier by another bidder.
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This the correspondent breeze is almost over and you're currently the high bidder. In a powerful contrast, Abrams shows that until the Romantics, literature was usually understood as a mirror, reflecting the real world, in some kind of mimesis; but for the correspondent breeze Romantics, writing was more like a lamp: Under Abrams' editorship, the Norton Anthology of English Literature became the standard text for undergraduate survey courses across the U.