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A DENIAL OF THE PRIME AGENT
THE FAILURE OF THE BALLADMAKERS
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A. C. Bradley abstract activity assertion associationism attitude awareness beauty believe Caliban called character clear Coleridge Coleridge's condition conflict contemplation convey creation creative critic Cymbeline degree Dionyza divine doctrine dogma doubt dream effect elements emotion Endymion essential evil experience expression fail failure feeling greatest Hence human Hyperion I. A. Richards imaginative apprehension Imogen importance impulses inner intellectual Kant Keats King Lear knowledge labour Lamia Leontes lyrical lyrical poetry Lysimachus Marina mental merely metaphor mind moral mystical myth mythology nature necessarily never objects occur ourselves perception Pericles philosophical plays poem poet poet's poetic poetry possible Posthumous prehension present primary imagination Prospero psychology purpose reality religion religious represent Richards royalty scientific imagination secondary imagination seeks self-consciousness sensation sense sense-data Shakespeare simile speak spirit suffering symbol Tempest things thought Tintern Abbey tion tragedies transcendent true truth unity vital Winter's Tale words Wordsworth writing