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Form in Romantic Poetry
Va A Note on Romantic Oppositions and Reconcilia
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A. N. Whitehead abstract achieve admiration aesthetic Ancient Mariner artist Auden beauty become believe Biographia Literaria Blake Byron Canto century character Coleridge Coleridge's consciousness couplet creative doctrine Don Juan Eliot emotional English Essays eternal experience expression F. R. Leavis feel genius Giaour heart Herbert Read human Hyperion I. A. Richards ideal ideas imagery imagination important intellectual intensity irony Keats Keats's Kubla Khan language letters literary living matter means ment metaphor metaphysical Milton mind moral nature never objects passion perception perhaps philosophical poem poet's poetic poetry Prelude principle Prometheus Unbound qualities reader reality reason recognize Romantic poets romanticism satire sensation sense sensuous Shelley Shelley's sonnet soul spirit stanza statement structure style symbol T. S. Eliot theme theory things thought tion tone true truth unity universe verse vision W. H. Auden whole words Wordsworth Wordsworthian writing Yeats