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Poetic meaning in the eighteenth-century poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone

by Sandro Jung

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Akenside, Mark, 1721-1770 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Shenstone, William, 1714-1763 -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • English poetry -- 18th century -- History and criticism.,
  • Meaning (Philosophy) in literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-260) and index.

    StatementSandro Jung.
    SeriesMellen studies in literature., v. 159
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR3314 .J86 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 265 p. ;
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3564031M
    ISBN 10077346963X
    LC Control Number2002033718

    Literature and Landscape in the Eighteenth Century Stephen Bending (as the much-quoted poet Mark Akenside would call it) For the landscape gardener and poet William Shenstone, owning and creating a landscape garden was a demonstration of status, but the small-scale and often quite frail structures he created also demonstrated an Author: Stephen Bending. Poetic Form and Meaning in the Eighteenth-Century Poems of William Shenstone and Mark Akenside. Lampeter and Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, —. “Mentorship and ‘Patronage’ in Mid-Eighteenth-Century England: William Shenstone Reconsidered.” Bulletin de la société d’études anglo-américaines des xvii e et xviii e siècles, 54 (

    Full text of "A study of William Shenstone and of his critics, with fifteen of his unpublished poems and five of his unpublished Latin inscriptions" See other formats. a) Neoclassical poetry sprung from intellect, not from writers’ whims and imaginations. b) It was a more moralising, educational type of poetry as opposed to the romantic poetry of the.

      Poetic Meaning in the Eighteenth-Century Poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone. Mellen Studies in Literature: Romantic Reassessment, no. (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen, ). Pp. $ Full text of "The poetical works of Mark Akenside" See other formats.


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Get this from a library. Poetic meaning in the eighteenth-century poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone. [Sandro Jung]. Jung, Sandro. Poetic Meaning in the Eighteenth-Century Poems of Mark Akenside and William on and Lampeter: Mellen, Print. Jung, SPoetic meaning in the eighteenth-century poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone, Mellen studies in literature: romantic reassessment, Edwin Mellen Press Ltd.

Full text not available from this repository. Poetic Meaning in the Eighteenth-Century Poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone Some Additions to the Shenstone Canon Poetic Meaning in the Eighteenth-Century Poems of Author: Sandro Jung.

Documents sur Mark Akenside () Poetic meaning in the eighteenth-century poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone () Mark Akenside () Images (1) [Recueil.

Portraits de Marc Akenside (XVIIIe s.)] Autour de Mark Akenside () ( Poetic meaning in the eighteenth-century poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone by Sandro Jung (Book) The works of Mark Akenside, M.D.: in verse and prose: with his life, a fac simile of his hand-writing, and an essay on the first poem by Mark Akenside (Book).

Akenside and Shenstone made nature itself their focus; Shenstone explained that this writing was elegiac rather than pastoral. See Jung, Poetic Meaning, 87 and 34 A Collection of Glees, Canons and Catches by the Late J. Callcott Selected and Arranged with a Memoir of the Author by William Horsley, volume 1 (London, ), Cited by: 1.

XVIII-Century England (New York: Modern Language Association of America, ), 16; Sandro Jung, Poetic Meaning in the Eighteenth-Century Poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone (Lampeter: Edwin Mellen, ), ; and J.

Watson, Picturesque Landscape and English Romantic Poetry (London: Hutchinson Educational, ), Ann. Follow Sandro Jung and explore their bibliography from 's Sandro Jung Author Page. Other poets who sometimes worked in this vein include Mark Akenside, William Cowper, William Shenstone, and Joseph Warton.

During the last half of the eighteenth century, Scotland became one of the world’s great centers of intellectual thought. Poetic Meaning in the Eighteenth-Century Poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone / Sandro Jung / X Marionette Theater of the Symbolist Era / Keith Owen Tribble (Editor) / Poetic Meaning in the Eighteenth-Century Poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone (Lewiston, NY, ), Ann Bermingham's categories of 'rustic' and 'topographical' are also helpful.

See Landscape and Ideology: The English Rustic Tradition, (Berkeley. 1 1. For Shenstone's friendship with Thomson, see James Sambrook, James Thomson, A Life (Oxford: Clarendon, ) ; Jung, Poetic Form and Meaning in the Poems of Mark Akenside and William Shenstone (Lampeter: Edwin Mellen P, forthcoming, ).

by: 4. book allow a bridge to the sympathetic reading of eighteenth-century poetry by the young Coleridge, with his interests in Chatterton, Akenside, Collins, and, in Fairer’s example, the sonnets of William Lisle Bowles: ‘In Bowles’s hands, nature heals over the spot where spirit and matter join.

A List of 18th Century Famous Poets includes Poems and Biographical information. Read and Enjoy Poetry by 18th Century Famous Poets. John Dryden’s poetic translation of Virgil's Georgics sparked a renewed interest in agricultural poetry and country life amongst the more educated classes during the eighteenth century.

In England poets wrote their own Virgilian-styled ‘Georgics’ and country themed pieces with an emphasis on pastoral lifestyle, and an embracement of.

Characteristics of literature in the eighteenth century Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. Read the full-text online edition of Aspects of Eighteenth Century Nature Poetry (). Since most of the adverse criticism of this phase of literature tends to concentrate either upon the poetic diction or the pseudopictorial 'composition' of descriptive poetry, an attempt has been made to arrive at a better understanding of these.

English Poetry of the Eighteenth Century, It tests general assumptions by emphasising variety and the individual voice, and by placing poems in their immediate contexts. The result is an eighteenth-century poetic scene that is dynamic, full of human energies, and responsive to all the significant developments of the age.

Cited by: He then provides detailed analyses of individual works by poets from Finch, Swift and Pope, to Gray, Cowper and Barbauld. An approachable introduction to English poetry and major poets of the eighteenth century, this book provides a grounding in poetic analysis useful to Cited by: 8.

The differences between eighteenth-century literature and romantic poems, with respect to history is constituted here. This is seen through the influential works of John Keats and Alexander Pope.

These works are acknowledged as, “The Rape of Lock” and “The Eve of St. Agnes.” Alexander Pope takes his readers on a hatred filled epic. A robust.The Works of William Cowper: His life, letters, and poems, now first completed by the introduction of Cowper's private correspondence, by William Cowper, ed.

by T. S. Grimshawe, contrib. by J. W. Cunningham and William Hayley (Gutenberg ebook).It is another example of that curiously topsy-turvy condition of things in which rhyme was a mark of the classic, and blank verse of the romantic.

For Milton is the most truly classical of English poets; and yet, from the angle of observation at which the eighteenth century viewed him, he appeared a romantic.