Oxford Lectures on Poetry (Hardbound)

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One of the best-known works of Bradley, the present volume consists of lectures delivered during the author’s tenure of the Chair of Poetry (1901-1906) at Oxford. The lectures approach the style and craftsmanship, views and theories of Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Hegel, Shelley and Keats through an extended study of their valuable works. Lectures included herein are: • Poetry for Poetry’s Sake • The Sublime • Hegel’s Theory of Tragedy • Wordsworth • Shelley’s View of Poetry • The Long Poem in the Age of Wordsworth • The Letters of Keats • The Rejection of Falstaff • Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra • Shakespeare the Man • Shakespeare’s Theatre and Audience Bradley’s work is considered a classical masterpiece which retains its interest and admirers as yet. It is a must-read book for students and researchers of English literature as it facilitates in-depth study of valuable works of great authors of the subject.

About the Author/s
Andrew Cecil Bradley was born in 1851 in Cheltenham. He was the son of a clergyman and the younger brother of the philosopher F.H. Bradley. He received his education at Cheltenham College and at Balliol College, Oxford, where he became a fellow in 1874, lecturing in Philosophy and English. In 1882 Bradley became the first Professor of Literature and History at Liverpool, and later on Professor of English Language and Literature at Glasgow from 1890, and Professor of Poetry at Oxford from 1901 until 1906, when he retired from academic life.
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AuthorA.C. Bradley
Original PriceINR 895
Publication Year2008
PublisherAtlantic Publishers and Distributors (P) Ltd
SubjectEnglish Literature
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