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    William E. Buckler
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Items related to Victorian Imagination: Essays in Aesthetic Exploration. Book Description The Harvester Press, Brighton, 1980. Condition: Near Fine. Buckler, William E. Victorian Imagination: Essays in Aesthetic Exploration. ISBN 13: 9780710800060. ISBN 10: 0814710336 ISBN 13: 9780814710333 Publisher: New York University Press, 1980 Softcover, 1980 Hardcover. Customers who bought this item also bought. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good.

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On the other hand, Buckler, William . The Victorian Imagination: Essays in Aesthetic Exploration (New York: New York University Press, 1980), pp. 101–18, contends that the poem resolves the conflict between Romanticism and Classicism and presents not unresolved feelings bu. . 101–18, contends that the poem resolves the conflict between Romanticism and Classicism and presents not unresolved feelings but alternative human possibilities. 13. Martin, Robert Bernard, Tennyson: The Unquiet Heart (New York: Oxford University Press, 1980), p. 42. Hereafter cited as Martin

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Are you sure you want to remove The Victorian imagination from your list? The Victorian imagination. by William Earl Buckler. Published 1980 by New York University Press in New York.

The Victorian literature (1832-1901)" Victoria became queen of Great . Victorian writers dealt with the contrast between the prosperity of the middle and upper classes and the wretched condition of the poor.

The Victorian literature (1832-1901)" Victoria became queen of Great Britain in 1837. Her reign, the longest in English history, lasted until 1901. His book, which is usually called simply The Origin of Species, presented facts that refuted this belief. In the late 1800’s, they also analysed the loss of faith in traditional values. Several writers wrote nonfiction that dealt with what they believed to be the ills of the time. For example, Thomas Carlyle attacked the greed and hypocrisy he saw in society in Sartor Resartus (1833-1834).

This is a book about the formal imagination in poetry. It began as a series of notes and reading lists for a seminar I was invited to teach at the University of Iowa Writers Workshop in the winter of 1995. The class was three hours on an afternoon.

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