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Mwich's critical interpretations of the poetry itself offer readers unusual insights into Wordworth's life and work Library JournalAn added benefit of this book is that it restores our faith that criticism can actually speak to our needs Bromwich is a rigorous critic but he is a general one whose insights are broadly applicable It's an intellectual pleasure to rise to his complexities Vijay Seshadri New York Times Book Revi Seasons in the Sun poetry itself offer readers unusual insights into Wordworth's life and work Library JournalAn added benefit of this book is that it restores our faith that criticism can actually speak to our needs Bromwich is a rigorous critic but he is a general one whose insights are broadly applicable It's an intellectual Dark Fever pleasure to rise to his complexities Vijay Seshadri New York Times Book Revi

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Disowned by Memory Wordsworth's Poetry of the 1790s

Possessed formed the deepest motive of his writings of the 1790sThis very Wordsworthian combination of apparently low subjects with extraordinary 'high argument' makes for very rewarding though often challenging reading Kenneth R Johnston Washington TimesWordsworth emerges from this short and finely written book as even stranger than we had thought and even urgently our contemporary Grevel Lindop Times Literary SupplementBro

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Although we know him as one of the greatest English poets William Wordsworth might not have become a poet at all without the experience of personal and historical catastrophe in his youth In Disowned by Memory David Bromwich connects the accidents of Wordsworth's life with the originality of his writing showing how the poet's strong sympathy with the political idealism of the age and with the lives of the outcast and the dis


2 thoughts on “Disowned by Memory Wordsworth's Poetry of the 1790s

  1. says:

    Some of the most enjoyable and readable criticism I've ever read


  2. says:

    Wonderful overview of Wordsworth's early verse most of which wound up as his contribution to Lyrical Ballads Bromwich's careful explanations and musings on poems as varied as The Old Cumberland Beggar and The Thorn a poem I never fully understood before were eye opening to me Wordsworth's political and social beliefs are cast into relief even as we look at his most individualistic naturalist poetry This is an academic text and a bit jargony at times but worth careful study and full of valuable insights


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