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Dorothy Wordsworth and Hartley Coleridge : The Poetics of Relationship

By: Healey, Nicola.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012Description: 1 online resource (287 p.).ISBN: 9780230391796.Subject(s): Coleridge, Hartley - Family | Identity (Philosophical concept) in literature | LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh | LITERARY CRITICISM / Poetry | LITERARY CRITICISM / Women Authors | Poets, English - 19th century - Family relationships | Romanticism - England | Wordsworth, Dorothy - FamilyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dorothy Wordsworth and Hartley Coleridge : The Poetics of RelationshipDDC classification: 821.709 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Author's Note; Introduction: Dorothy Wordsworth, Hartley Coleridge and the Poetics of Relationship; 1 ''Fragments from the universal'': Hartley Coleridge''s Poetics of Relationship; Solitude, community and the relational selfhood; Hartley''s nature poetry; Sensory receptivity, relationship and identity; ''Sweet baby, little as thou art, / Thou art a human whole''; 2 The Coleridge Family: Influence, Identity and Representation; ''A living spectre of my Father dead''; Getting away from the Coleridge name
Hartley Coleridge, Derwent Coleridge and sibling rivalry3 ''Who is the Poet?'': Hartley Coleridge, William Wordsworth and the ''The Use of a Poet''; Poetic immortality, mortality and ''To H. C., Six Years Old''; 4 Dorothy Wordsworth''s Journals: Writing the Self, Writing Relationship; ''Fraternal affection'': ''the building up of my being, the light of my path''; Solitude-in-community in Dorothy''s Journals; Dorothy''s aesthetics of relationship; 5 Sibling Conversations: The Wordsworthian Construction of Authorship; The problems of literary industry and domestic labour in Dove Cottage
The role of Dorothy and the sibling in ''Tintern Abbey''Sibling (dis)harmony in William''s poems, 1798-1805; ''She gave me eyes, she gave me ears''; 6 ''My hidden life'': Dorothy, William and Poetic Identity; ''But why should I inscribe my name / No poet I''; ''I reverenced the Poet''s skill''; ''the lost fragments shall remain, / To fertilize some other ground''; ''The common life which is the real life'': Family Authorship and Identity; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Summary: This book provides a reassessment of the writings of Hartley Coleridge and Dorothy Wordsworth and presents them in a new poetics of relationship, re-evaluating their relationships with William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge to restore a more accurate understanding of Hartley and Dorothy as independent and original writers.
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Cover; Contents; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Author's Note; Introduction: Dorothy Wordsworth, Hartley Coleridge and the Poetics of Relationship; 1 ''Fragments from the universal'': Hartley Coleridge''s Poetics of Relationship; Solitude, community and the relational selfhood; Hartley''s nature poetry; Sensory receptivity, relationship and identity; ''Sweet baby, little as thou art, / Thou art a human whole''; 2 The Coleridge Family: Influence, Identity and Representation; ''A living spectre of my Father dead''; Getting away from the Coleridge name

Hartley Coleridge, Derwent Coleridge and sibling rivalry3 ''Who is the Poet?'': Hartley Coleridge, William Wordsworth and the ''The Use of a Poet''; Poetic immortality, mortality and ''To H. C., Six Years Old''; 4 Dorothy Wordsworth''s Journals: Writing the Self, Writing Relationship; ''Fraternal affection'': ''the building up of my being, the light of my path''; Solitude-in-community in Dorothy''s Journals; Dorothy''s aesthetics of relationship; 5 Sibling Conversations: The Wordsworthian Construction of Authorship; The problems of literary industry and domestic labour in Dove Cottage

The role of Dorothy and the sibling in ''Tintern Abbey''Sibling (dis)harmony in William''s poems, 1798-1805; ''She gave me eyes, she gave me ears''; 6 ''My hidden life'': Dorothy, William and Poetic Identity; ''But why should I inscribe my name / No poet I''; ''I reverenced the Poet''s skill''; ''the lost fragments shall remain, / To fertilize some other ground''; ''The common life which is the real life'': Family Authorship and Identity; Notes; Bibliography; Index

This book provides a reassessment of the writings of Hartley Coleridge and Dorothy Wordsworth and presents them in a new poetics of relationship, re-evaluating their relationships with William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge to restore a more accurate understanding of Hartley and Dorothy as independent and original writers.

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NICOLA HEALEY obtained her PhD from the University of St Andrews, UK.

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