Aesthetes and decadents of the 1890's: an anthology of British poetry and prose

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Academy Chicago, 1981 - Literary Criticism - 337 pages
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In his introduction to this now classic anthology, Karl Beckson traces the development of the Decadent or Aesthetic movement, illuminating the selected work of such as Wilde, Yeats, Symons, and Beerbohm that follows.

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I took a course under the same title with Roger Lathbury at George Mason, around 1990. I wish I could audit the course and do it all over in 2013. Read full review

Review: Aesthetes and Decadents of the 1890's: An Anthology of British Poetry and Prose

User Review  - Bonnie - Goodreads

The poetry and essays are interesting from an academic point of view, but apart from the Yeats and Johnson, I found them mostly boring: not my kind of poetry. Read full review

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INTRODUCTION
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John Barlas 0
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TAax Beerbobm 0
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