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Jeffrey N. Cox refines our conception of 'second generation' romanticism by placing it within the circle of writers around Leigh Hunt that came to be known as the 'Cockney School'.

Jeffrey N. Cox challenges the traditional image of the Romantic poet as an isolated figure by recreating the social nature of the work of Shelley, Keats, Hunt, Hazlitt, Byron, and others. This book not only demonstrates convincingly that a 'Cockney School' existed, but shows that it was committed to putting literature in the service of social, cultural, and political reform.

This book not Jeffrey N. Cox refines our conception of "second generation" Romanticism by placing it within the circle of writers around Leigh Hunt that came to be known as the "Cockney School. This book not only demonstrates convincingly that a "Cockney School" existed, but shows that it was committed to putting literature in the service of social, cultural, and political reform.

Poetry and politics in the cockney school. Keats, Shelley, Hunt and their Circle. Jerey N. Cox renes our conception of ‘‘second-generation’’ romanticism by placing it within the circle of writers around Leigh Hunt that came to be known as the Cockney School. Cox refines our conception of 'second generation' Romanticism . Cox also recovers the work of neglected writers such as John Hamilton Reynolds, Horace Smith, and Cornelius Webb as part of the rich social and cultural context of Hunt's circle. This 1999 book not only demonstrates convincingly that a 'Cockney School' existed, but shows that it was committed to putting literature in the service of social, cultural, and political reform. Cox’s fine study Poetry and Politics in the Cockney School: Keats, Shelley, Hunt and Their Circle . Morris Dickstein, ‘Keats and Politics’, and Alan Bewell, ‘The Political Implication of Keats’s Classicist Aesthetics’, SiR, 25 (Summer, 1986), 175–81Google Scholar. Cox’s fine study Poetry and Politics in the Cockney School: Keats, Shelley, Hunt and Their Circle (Cambridge University Press, New York, 1998)Google Scholar. 2. The Letters of John Keats, ed. Hyder Edward Rollins (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1958), 2, p. 244Google Scholar. 16. J. G. Lockhart, signing himself ‘Z’, ‘The Cockney School of Poetry’, no. IV, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 2 (August, 1818), 194–201Google Scholar.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. in Romanticism on the Net. The Examiner, 1818-1822. Introduced by Yasuo Deguchi, 5 vols. London: Pickering and Chatto, 1998. ISBN: 1 85196 427 4. Price: £550. Romanticism on the Net ; doi:10. Keywords: Jeffrey, ISBN, Price, Hunt Era, poetry, COX, politics, Shelley, Yasuo.

Cambridge studies in Romanticism, 31. Responsibility: Jeffrey N. Co. successful attempt to present the Hunt circle as & site. a wonderful book successful attempt to present the Hunt circle as & site for cultural production'. Cox refines our . Cox (born June 3, 1954) is Vice Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs at the University of Colorado at Boulder . Poetry and Politics in the Cockney School: Shelley, Keats, Hunt, and Their Circle. Cambridge University Press, 1998. Cox (born June 3, 1954) is Vice Provost and Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty Affairs at the University of Colorado at Boulder where he is also an Arts and Sciences Professor of Distinction in English Literature and Humanities. Cox specializes in English and European Romanticism, cultural theory, and cultural studies.

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Jeffrey N. Cox refines our conception of "second generation" Romanticism by placing it within the circle of writers around Leigh Hunt that came to be known as the "Cockney School." Cox challenges the traditional image of the Romantic poet as an isolated figure by recreating the social nature of the work of Shelley, Keats, Hunt, Hazlitt, Byron, and others. This book not only demonstrates convincingly that a "Cockney School" existed, but shows that it was committed to putting literature in the service of social, cultural, and political reform.