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THE BACKGROUND OF ENGLISH LITERA
ARNOLD W SWINBURNE
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Andrew Marvell artist background Ballads beauty Bible Blake Blake's Book of Job Brunetiere Byron Catholic century Cervantes character Chaucer Childe Harold Christ Christian Church classical Coleridge colour conceits conflict criticism Dante death diction divine doctrine Don Juan Don Quixote Donne Donne's Dryden elegies Elizabethan English poetry Evangelical experience expression faith fantastic feeling Goethe Gray Gray's Greek harmony heart Heaven Hell Herbert high poetry human ideals imagination inspiration Keats language less literature lyric mediaeval metaphysical metaphysical poets Milton mind mood moral mystical nature never night Paradise Lost passionate philosophy Pindar poems poet poetic prophet prose qualities Quixote's realise religious revival rhetoric romantic Sancho satire sense Shakespeare Shelley Sir George Trevelyan society song Songs of Experience sonnets soul spirit stanzas strain strange style sweet Swinburne theme things thou thought tion tradition truth verse vivid words Wordsworth write