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WILLIAM WORDSWORTH (1770 - 1850)

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JOURNALS

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  • Anthologies:

    • Selected Critical Essays.  Ed. G. W. Meyer.  1999.

    • Complete Poetical Works.  1971.

    • Literary Criticism.  1966.

    • Critical Opinions.  Ed. M. L. Peacock.  1950.

    • Poetical Works.  Ed. Ernest de Selincourt and Helen Darbishire.  4 Vols.  19941-1947.

    • Literary Criticism.  Ed. N. C. Smith.  1905.

    • Poems in Two Volumes.  1807.

    • Lyrical Ballads.  By Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.  1798.  2nd Ed. 1800.  3rd Ed. 1802.

    • An Evening Walk.  1793.

    • Descriptive Sketches.  1790.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • The Excursion.  1814.

    • "Ode: Intimations of Immortality."  1807.

    • "To Toussaint Louverture."  1803.

    • Sonnets.  1802-1803.

    • "Resolution and Independence."  1802.

    • "Michael."  1800.

    • Lyrical Ballads: 1798, 1800, 1802.

      • "Preface to Lyrical Ballads." 

        • Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism.  Ed. Vincent Leitch.  New York: Norton, 2001.  648-667.

        • Criticism: the Major Statements.  New York: St. Martin's, 1980.

        •  3rd Ed. edited by Charles Kaplan and William Anderson, 1991.  256-275.
        • Critical Theory Since Plato.  Ed. Hazard Adams.  New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971.  437-446.

    • The Lucy Poems.  1799.

    • The Prelude, or, Growth of a Poet's Mind.  1798-1805.  Subsequently revised and regularly expanded until its posthumous publication in 1850.

      • William Wordsworth: The Prelude, 1799, 1805, 1850: Authoritative Texts, Context and Reception.  Ed. M. H. Abrams, Jonathan Wordsworth, and Stephen Gill.  New York: Norton, 1979.
    • "Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey."  1798.

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  • Anthologies:
    • Abrams, M. H., ed.  Wordsworth: a Collection of Critical Essays.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1972.
    • Harvey, W. J., and Richard Gravil, eds.  Wordsworth: The Prelude: a Casebook.  London: Macmillan, . 
    • Jones, Alun R., and William Tydeman, eds.  Wordsworth: Lyrical Ballads.  London: Macmillan, .
    • Williams, John, ed.  Wordsworth.  London: Macmillan, 1993.
  • Selected Individual Works:
    • Aarsleff, Hans.  "Wordsworth, Language, and Romanticism."  The Study of Language in England, 1780-1860.  Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1983.
    • Abrams, M. H.  "On Political Readings of Lyrical Ballads."  Lecture, 1987-1988. 
      • Doing Things With Texts: Essays in Criticism and Critical Theory.  Ed. Michael Fischer.  New York: Norton, 1989.  364-391.
    • Abrams, M. H.  "Two Roads to Wordsworth."  Wordsworth: a Collection of Critical Essays.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1972.  1-11. 
      • The Correspondent Breeze: Essays in English Romanticism.  New York: Norton, 1984.  145-157.
    • Abrams, M. H.  "Wordsworth’s Prelude and the Crisis-Autobiography."  Natural Supernaturalism.  New York: Norton, 1971.  71-122.
    • Abrams, M. H.  "Varieties of Romantic Theory: Wordsworth and Coleridge."  The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition.  Oxford: OUP, 1953.    100-124.
      • "Wordsworth and the Eighteenth Century."  103-114.
    • Abrams, M. H.  "Wordsworth and Coleridge on Diction and Figures." English Institute Essays 1952.  Ed. Alan S. Downer.  New York: Columbia UP, 1954.  171-201. 
      • The Correspondent Breeze: Essays in English Romanticism.  New York: Norton, 1984.  3-24.
    • Barstow, M. L.  William Wordsworth's Theory of Poetic Diction.  1917.
    • Beatty, Arthur.  William Wordsworth: his Doctrine and Art in their Historical Relations.  1922.
    • Bishop, Jonathan.  "Wordsworth and the Spots of Time."  The Prelude: a Casebook.  Ed. W. J. Harvey and Richard Gravil.  134-154..
    • Bloom, Harold.  "William Wordsworth."  The Visionary Company
    • Bloom, Harold.  "Wordsworth and the Scene of Instruction."  Poetry and Repression: Revisionism from Blake to Stevens
    • Caruth, Cathy.  "Past Recognition: Narrative Origins in Wordsworth and Freud."  Empirical Truths and Critical Fictions: Locke, Wordsworth, Kant, Freud.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1991.  44-57.
    • Chase, Cynthia.  Decomposing Figures: Rhetorical Readings in the
    • Chandler, James.  Wordsworth's Second Nature: a Study of the Poetry and Politics.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1984.
    • Coleridge, Samuel Taylor.  Chapter XXII.  Biographia Literaria.  1817.
    • Darbishire, Helen.  "Wordsworth's Prelude."  Nineteenth Century 99 (1926): 718-731.  Reprinted in The Prelude: a Casebook.  Ed. W. J. Harvey and Richard Gravil.  81-98.
    • Davies, Hunter.  William Wordsworth.  New York: Atheneum, 1980.
    • Durant, Geoffrey.  Wordsworth and the great System.  1970.
    • Ferguson, Frances.  Wordsworth: Language as Counter-Spirit.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1977.
    • Glen, Heather.  Vision and Disenchantment: Blake's Songs and Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads.  Cambridge: CUP, 1983.
    • Griffin, Robert J.  Wordsworth's Pope: a Study in Literary Historiography.  Cambridge: CUP, 1995.
    • Harland, Richard.  "Some British Themes (Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Shelley)."  Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999.  74-77.

    • Harper, G. McL.  Wordsworth: his Life, Works, and Influence.  2 Vols.  1916.
    • Hartman, Geoffrey.  The Unremarkable Wordsworth.  Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1987.

    • Hartman, Geoffrey.  "Nature and the Humanization of the Self in Wordsworth."  English Romantic Poets: Modern Essays in Criticism.  Ed. M. H. Abrams.  2d ed.  Oxford: OUP, 1975.  123-132.
    • Hartman, Geoffrey.  Wordsworth's Poetry, 1787-1814.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1964.
    • Hartman, Geoffrey.  The Unmediated Vision: an Interpretation of Wordsworth, Hopkins, Rilke, and Valéry.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1954.
    • Havens, R. D.  The Mind of a Poet.  1941.
    • Heffernan, James A. W.  Wordwworth's Theory of Poetry.  1969.
    • Heffernan, James A. W.  "Wordsworth and the Transformation of Imagination."  Rpt. in The Romantic Imagination.  Ed. John Spencer Hill.  
    • Hickey, Alison.  "Dark Characters, Native Grounds: Wordsworth's Imagination of Imperialism."  Richardson, Alan, and Sonia Hofkosh, eds.  Romanticism, Race, and Imperial Culture.  283-307.
    • Hirsch, E. D.  Wordsworth and Schelling.  1960. 
    • Jacobus, Mary.  Romanticism, Writing and Sexual Difference: Essays on the The Prelude.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.
    • Jacobus, Mary.  Tradition and Experiment in Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads (1798).  Oxford: OUP, 1976.
    • Jay, Paul.  "The Wavering Balance: Wordsworth’s Journey through The Prelude."  Being in the Text
    • Jones, John.  The Egotistical Sublime: a History of Wordsworth's Imagination.  1954.
    • Kelley, Theresa M.  Wordsworth's Revisionary Aesthetics.  1988.
    • Langbaum, Robert.  "The Evolution of Soul in Wordsworth’s Poetry."  The Prelude: a Casebook.  Ed. Harvey and Gravil. 
    • Lee, Debbie.  "Intimate Distance: African Women and Infant Death in Wordsworth's Poetry and The History of Mary Prince."  Slavery and the Romantic Imagination.  Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2002.  194-223.
    • Lindenberger, Herbert.  On Wordsworth’s Prelude
    • Liu, Alan.  Wordsworth: the Sense of History.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 1989.

    • Liu, Alan.  "Wordsworth: the History in 'Imagination."  ELH 51 (1984): 505-548.

    • Makdisi, Saree.  "Home Imperial: Wordsworth's London and the Spot of Time."  Romantic Imperialism: Universal Empire and the Culture of Modernity.   Cambridge: CUP, 1998.  23-44.
    • Makdisi, Saree.  "Wordsworth and the Image of Nature."  Romantic Imperialism: Universal Empire and the Culture of Modernity.   Cambridge: CUP, 1998.  45-69.
    • Mellor, Ann K.  "Writing the Self / Self Writing: William Wordsworth's Prelude / Dorothy Wordsworth's Journals."  Romanticism and Gender.  144-169.

    • Mitchell, W. J .T.  "Influence, Autobiography, and Literary History: Rousseau’s Confessions and Wordsworth’s Prelude." ELH 57 (1990): 643-664.

    • Nichols, Ashton.  The Revolutionary I: Wordsworth and the Politics of Self-Presentation
    • Owen, W. J. B.  Wordsworth as Critic.  1969.
    • Parrish, Stephen.  The Art of the Lyrical Ballads.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1973.
    • Peckham, Morse.  "Toward a Theory of Romanticism."  Romanticism: Points of View.  Ed. Robert Gleckner and Enscoe. 
    • Peckham, Morse.  "A Post-Enlightenment Imagination."  The Prelude: a Casebook.  Ed. Harvey and Gravil. 
    • Pottle, Frederick A.  "The Eye and the Object in Wordsworth."  Yale Review 40 (1950): .  Rpt. Romanticism and Consciousness.  Ed. Harold Bloom.  273-287.
    • Pyle, Forest.  "Wordsworth: the Poetry of Enshrinement."  The Ideology of Imagination: Subject and Society in the Discourse of Romanticism.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 1995.  59-93.
    • Rancière, Jacques.  "The Poet's Voyage."  Short Voyages to the Land of the People.  Palo Alto: Stanford UP, 2003.  9-24.
    • Sharrock, Roger.  "Wordsworth’s Revolt Against Literature."  Lyrical Ballads: a Casebook.  Ed. Alun Jones and John Tydeman. 
    • Simpson, David.  Wordsworth's Historical Imagination: the Poetry of Displacement.  London: Methuen, 1987.
    • Simpson, David.  Wordsworth and the Figurings of the Real .  London: Macmillan, 1982.
    • Thorpe, C. D.  "The Imagination: Coleridge versus Wordsworth."  Philological Quarterly 18 (1939): 1-18.
    • Trilling, Lionel.  "The Immortality Ode."  The Liberal Imagination.  1942.  English Romantic Poets.  Ed. M. H. Abrams.  149-169. 
    • Warminski, Andrzej. "Mixed Crossings: Wordsworth's Apocalypses."  Modern Language Notes 99 (1984): 938-1006.
    • Wellek, René.  "Varieties of Imagination in Wordsworth."  Rpt. in The Romantic Imagination.  Ed. John Spencer Hill. 
    • Willey, Basil.  "On Wordsworth and the Locke Tradition."  The Seventeenth Century Background.  New York: Columbia UP, 1950.  Rpt. in English Romantic Poets.  Ed. M. H. Abrams.  112-122.
    • Wimsatt, William, and Cleanth Brooks.  "Poetic Diction: Wordsworth and Coleridge."  Literary Criticism: a Short History.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957.  339-362.
    • Wimsatt, William, and Cleanth Brooks.  "German Ideas."  Literary Criticism: a Short History.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957.  363-383.
    • Wimsatt, William, and Cleanth Brooks.  "Imagination: Wordsworth and Coleridge."  Literary Criticism: a Short History.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957.  384-411.
    • Wlecke, Albert O.  Wordsworth and the Sublime.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1973.

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