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WordPainting in Radcliffe and Scott
WordPainting in Thomson and Wordsworth
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Ann Radcliffe Arthur Barnaby Rudge beautiful Camelot characters Charles Dickens cinematic climactic coherence contrast dark David Copperfield describes Dickens's dramatic early eighteenth-century elements Eliot Emily emphasis English Idylls example extended visually oriented feature frame fuse Guinevere Holy Grail iconographic imagery journey kinetic King Kraken Lancelot landscape light Little Dorrit look Lotos-Eaters lyric Mariana Marshalsea Maypole Memoriam ment modes mountain moves Mysteries of Udolpho narrator novel Oenone opening painting Palace of Art Peggotty's perspective picture picturesque word-painting poem poet poet's poetic poetry Princess Princess Ida Radcliffe Radcliffe's reader relationship represents riots scene scription sense setting shadow speaker stanza story structure sublime suggests symbolic T. S. Eliot tableaux vivants technique Tennyson Tennyson's word-paintings theme Thomson tion tive Univ verbal tableaux verbal visualizations Victorian word-painting vision visionary visual motifs visually oriented description visually oriented passages window Woolf word-painting and narrative word-portraits Wordsworth writers