LEM2015 - English Poetry 2/Formas Poéticas na Língua Inglesa 2

Dr. Bruce Stewart DLLEM / CCHLA
Professor of English Literature & Language (UFRN)
(Reader in English Literature - University of Ulster, UK)

Bem-vindo / Welcome

Introduction
I'm using this page to deliver primary and secondary texts for English Poetry 2 at UFRN in the 1st Semester of 2019 and years following. The list is chronological relative to the classroom period devoted to each period and writer. As far as possible the files are presented in PDF (Adobe) but some are also available in Word format (.docx) and some JPEGs are included also. The PDF documents will be displeased in this frame when you click the link but can also be new downloaded. The Word documents can only be new windowed. In many cases the classroom Word files have been converted to PDF for display here. Some Powerpoint files are also available. Please let me know if you have any trouble new downloading or viewing by writing to my email bstewart@ricorso.net.
 
Notice to students: The aim of this web-site is to supply you with classroom material and further texts for critical reading in conjunction with the poets studied on the course (disciplina) As a rule, I add the material after it has been distributed in class. Occasionally the delay time between classroom delivery and internet upload is longer than I could wish. Please don’t hesitate to remind me and to hurry me on! [BS - 27.02.2019]
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Teaching/Study Resources

Dates
(approx.)

Topics

Texts
 

1

Introduction - Romanticism & Revolution

A. C. Baugh, "The Background of Revolution: Repression & Reform 1789-1832”

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The Romantic Movement in England

A. C. Baugh, "Romanticism” (Literary History of England, 1967)

Leon Litvack, "Romanticism 1780-1830”

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THE EARLY ROMANTICS
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William Wordsworth & the Lyrical Ballads

Shorter Poems by Wordsworth (from Lyrical Ballads, 1798)

“The French Revolution” (1803

Preface to Lyrical Ballads [1798] (1801) - abbreviated

“Nutting” (from Lyrical Ballads, 1798)

“The Daffodils” (from Lyrical Ballads, 1798)

“The Mad Mother” (from Lyrical Ballads, 1798)

Some Sonnets by William Wordsworth

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4
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
 
5
Percy Bysshe Shelley
[to be added]
6
John Keats
[to be added]
7
George Gordon (Lord Byron)
[to be added]
 
THE VICTORIANS (LATER ROMANTICS
  Queen Victoria & the British Empire
  • Sophie Gilmartin, “Victorian Poetry”
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  Alfred Lord Tennyson
[to be added]
 
  Matthew Arnold
[to be added]
 
  Robert Browning & Elizabeth Browning
[to be added]
 
  Emily Dickinson & Walt Whitman
[to be added]
 
  Ernest Dowson & Gerard Manley Hopkins
[to be added]
 
  William Butler Yeats [to be added]  
  T. S. Eliot and Ezra Pound
[to be added]
 
  William Carlos Williams & Allen Ginsberg
[to be added]
 
  Elizabeth Bishop & Sylvia Plath [to be added]  
Theodore Roethke, Dylan Thomas, & Louis MacNeice  

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