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Shelley's Poet & Prose Nce 2E Pa

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9780393977523

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Pub. Date:
1/17/2002
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W W NORTON
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This Second Edition is based on the authoritative texts chosen by the editors from their scholarly edition of The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Each selection has been thoroughly reedited, and the order of the poems has been rearranged in light of redating or other reconsiderations. All headnotes are new or updated, and many footnotes have been added, replaced, or revised. "Criticism" reflects the recent renaissance in Shelley studies, the greatest renaissance since 1870-92. All twenty-three essays are new to the Second Edition; among them are the work of Harold Bloom, Stuart Curran, Annette Wheeler Cafarelli, Michael Ferber, James Chandler, and Susan J. Wolfson. A Chronology, an updated Selected Bibliography, and an Index of Titles and First Lines are included.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition ix
Preface to the First Edition xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Textual Introduction xvii
Abbreviations xxi
The Poems
From the Esdaile Notebook
3(12)
To the Emperors of Russia and Austria...
4(1)
Sonnet: To a balloon, laden with Knowledge
5(1)
Zeinab and Kathema
6(5)
The Retrospect
11(4)
Queen Mab
15(56)
Alastor
71(20)
Stanzas.---April, 1814
91(1)
Mutability (``We are as clouds'')
91(1)
To Wordsworth
92(1)
Hymn to Intellectual Beauty
92(4)
Mont Blanc
96(11)
From Laon and Cythna (later The Revolt of Islam)
Dedication
101(4)
Canto IX, Stanzas xx--xxviii
105(2)
To Constantia
107(2)
Ozymandias
109(1)
Lines written among the Euganean Hills
110(9)
Julian and Maddalo
119(16)
Stanzas written in Dejection---December 1818, Near Naples
135(2)
The Two Spirits---An Allegory
137(1)
The Cenci
138(64)
Prometheus Unbound
202(84)
The Sensitive-Plant
286(10)
Ode to Heaven
296(2)
Ode to the West Wind
298(3)
The Cloud
301(3)
To a Sky-Lark
304(3)
Ode to Liberty
307(8)
The Mask of Anarchy
315(11)
[Sonnet:] England in 1819
326(1)
Sonnet: To the Republic of Benevento
327(1)
Sonnet (``Life not the painted veil'')
327(1)
Sonnet (``Ye hasten to the grave!'')
328(1)
Letter to Maria Gisborne
328(9)
Peter Bell the Third
337(28)
The Witch of Atlas
365(23)
Song of Apollo
388(1)
Song of Pan
389(1)
Epipsychidion
390(17)
Adonais
407(20)
Hellas
427(38)
Written on Hearing the News of the Death of Napoleon
465(1)
The Indian Girl's Song
466(1)
Song (``Rarely, rarely comest thou'')
467(1)
The Flower That Smiles Today
468(1)
Memory
469(1)
To---(``Music, when soft voices die'')
469(1)
When Passion's Trance Is Overpast
470(1)
To Jane. The Invitation
470(2)
To Jane. The Recollection
472(2)
One Word Is Too Often Profaned
474(1)
The Serpent Is Shut Out from Paradise
475(2)
With a Guitar. To Jane
477(2)
To Jane (``The keen stars were twinkling'')
479(1)
Lines written in the Bay of Lerici
480(1)
The Triumph of Life
481(22)
The Prose
On Love
503(2)
On Life
505(4)
A Defence of Poetry
509(260)
Criticism
Shelley's Reputation Before 1960: A Sketch
539(11)
Foundations
A Volcano's Voice in Shelley
550(18)
G. M. Matthews
Urbanity and Apocalypse
568(2)
Harold Bloom
The Poetry of Skepticism
570(10)
Earl R. Wasserman
Philosophy, Religion, and Ethics
580(9)
Kenneth Neill Cameron
Shelley as Agrarian Reactionary
589(11)
Donald H. Reiman
General Studies
Shelley and the End(s) of Ideology
600(7)
Stuart Curran
The Transgressive Double Standard: Shelleyan Utopianism and Feminist Social History
607(9)
Annette Wheeler Cafarelli
Shelley's Lyric Art
616(11)
Michael O'Neil
Percy Bysshe Shelley and Revolutionary Climatology
627(9)
Alan Bewell
Audiences and the Later Works
636(9)
Stephen C. Behrendt
Shelley Left and Right: The Rhetorics of the Early Textual Editions
645(9)
Neil Fraistat
Studies of Individual Works
Alastor
654(9)
Michael Ferber
``Frail Spells'': Shelley and the Ironies of Exile
663(6)
Forest Pyle
[Mont Blanc]
669(6)
William Keach
Shelley's Doubles: An Approach to Julian and Maddalo
675(9)
Kelvin Everest
Transference Perverted: The Cenci as Shelley's Great Expose
684(10)
Jerrold E. Hogle
The Unascended Heaven: Negatives in Prometheus Unbound
694(17)
Timothy Webb
History's Lyre: The ``West Wind'' and the Poet's Work
711(11)
James Chandler
Poetic Form and Political Reform: The Mask of Anarchy and ``England in 1819''
722(13)
Susan J. Wolfson
Dispersoning Emily: Drafting as Plot in Epipsychidion
735(18)
Nancy Moore Goslee
[Adonais: Defending the Imagination]
753(7)
Michael Scrivener
[Spectators Turned Actors: ``The Triumph of Life'']
760(9)
Hugh Roberts
Percy Bysshe Shelley: A Chronology 769(6)
Selected Bibliography 775(10)
Index of Titles and First Lines 785


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