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William Wordsworth

Andrew Keanie




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In this penetrating introduction to Wordsworth's work Keanie explores Wordsworth's politics, his relationships with Coleridge and Dorothy, as well as his synthesis of poetry and philosophy, his startlingly modern strategy of image-building and quest for literary immortality. He sifts through Wordsworth's vast output to select those poems of enduring meaning and interest, making clear Wordsworth's achievements.


About the author:

Andrew Keanie gained his doctorate in a study of Wordsworth. He teaches at the University of Ulster and is a poet and musician.


116  pages

ISBN: 978-1-871551-57-0

Greenwich Exchange Category: Student Guides

Series: Student Guide



Other books by Andrew Keanie published by Greenwich Exchange:

Thomas De Quincey's Consecration of Romanticism

Lyrical Ballads (1798): Wordsworth and Coleridge

Isabella; or, the Pot of Basil, The Eve of St Agnes, Lamia and La Belle Dame sans Merci: Keats

Lord Byron

John Keats: Against All Doubtings

Sprung From Divine Insanity: The Harmonious Madness of Byron, Keats and Shelley

Wordsworth and Coleridge: Views from the Meticulous to the Sublime

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Percy Bysshe Shelley