The cycle of modern poetry; a series of essays toward clearing our present poetic dilemma, by G.R. Elliott.

Author
Elliott, George Roy, 1883- [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1929.
Description
xv, 194 p. 24 cm.

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Notes
Reprinted in part from various periodicals.
Contents
The solitude of Shelley.--Byron and the comic spirit.--The real tragedy of Keats.--The Arnoldian lyric melancholy.--Gentle shades of Longfellow.--The Whitmanism of Browning.--Spectral etching by Thomas Hardy.--The neighbourly humour of Robert Frost.--Milton and the present state of poetry.
LCCN
29014473
OCLC
2566689
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