This book is the first systematic examination of the significance of landscape in Victorian poetry. Pauline Fletcher divides poetic landscapes into two categories: antisocial` landscapes of isolation or retreat, and `social` landscapes that reflect the life of man in community.
Originally published in 1983.
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Taal / Language : English
240 x 166 x 21 mm
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