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Romanticism: 100 Poems

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100 Romantic-era poems, both major and lesser-known, in English and translated from six languages, with an engaging introduction and notes. Les mer
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100 Romantic-era poems, both major and lesser-known, in English and translated from six languages, with an engaging introduction and notes.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction; 1. Charlotte Smith; 2. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; 3. William Blake; 4.Robert Burns; 5. Friedrich Schiller ; 6. Helen Maria Williams; 6. Andre Chenier; 7. Friedrich Hoelderlin; 7. Sophie Mereau; 8. William Wordsworth; 9. Sir Walter Scott; 10. Friedrich Schlegel; 11. Samuel Taylor Coleridge; 12. Robert Southey; 13. Ugo Foscolo; 14. Clemens Brentano; 15. Thomas Moore; 16. Karoline von Gunderode; 17. Leigh Hunt; 18. Marceline Desbordes-Valmore; 19. Joseph Freiherr on Eichendorff; 20. Lord Byron; 21. Susan Evance; 22. Alphonse de Lamartine; 23. Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792-1822; 24. John Clare; 25. Felicia Dorothea Hemans; 26. William Cullen Bryant; 27. John Keats; 28. Annette von Droste-Hulshoff; 29. Alfred de Vigny; 30. Heinrich Heine; 31. Giacomo Leopardi; 32. Anton Delvig; 33. Amable Tastu; 34. Adam Mickiewicz; 35. Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin; 36. Victor Hugo; 37. Letitia Elizabeth Landon; 38. Alexander Odoevsky; 39. Ralph Waldo Emerson; 40. Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve; 41. Elizabeth Barrett Browning; 42. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; 43. Gerard de Nerval; 44. Edgar Allen Poe; 45. Alfred de Musset; 46. Theophile Gautier; 47. Mikhail Lermontov; 48. Emily Bronte; 49. Walt Whitman; 50. Emily Dickinson; 51. Gustavo Adolfo Becquer; 52. William Butler Yeats.

Om forfatteren

Michael Ferber is Emeritus Professor of English and Humanities at the University of New Hampshire. He is the author or editor of seven books about English and Continental Romanticism, including two about William Blake, as well as A Dictionary of Literary Symbolism (third edition 2017) and Poetry and Language: The Linguistics of Verse (2019), both published by Cambridge University Press. Earning a BA in Greek literature from Swarthmore College in 1966 and a PhD in English literature from Harvard University in 1975, he taught English at Yale University, and then worked as a lobbyist and writer about nuclear disarmament in Washington.