The Poetry of Mary Robinson: Form and Fame by D. RobinsonThe Poetry of Mary Robinson: Form and Fame by D. Robinson

The Poetry of Mary Robinson: Form and Fame

byD. Robinson

Hardcover | February 2, 2011

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Once celebrated as “the English Sappho,” Mary Robinson was a major figure in British Romanticism. This volume offers a comprehensive study of Robinson’s achievement as a poet, professional writer, formative influence on the Romantic movement, and a participant in the literary, political, and social  scene of the late 1700s.

Daniel Robinson is Professor of English at Widener University. He is the editor of The Works of Mary Robinson and the author of William Wordsworth’s Poetry. He co-edited Lyrical Ballads and Related Writings and A Century of Sonnets: The Romantic-Era Revival, 1750–1850 and his work has appeared in The Wordsworth Circle, Studies in Roma...
Title:The Poetry of Mary Robinson: Form and FameFormat:HardcoverDimensions:300 pagesPublished:February 2, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230100252

ISBN - 13:9780230100251


Table of Contents

Introduction: Wreath of Fame
1. Formal Assignations - Robinson, from Merry to Coleridge
2. So Goes the World: Robinson's Early Political Poetry
3. The Petrarchan Sappho/The Sapphic Petrarch
4. The Trouble with Tabitha Bramble
5. The Prosody of Dreams: Robinson and Coleridge Redux
6. Assembling The Progress of Liberty and Robinson's Corpus

Editorial Reviews

"The Poetry of Mary Robinson: Form and Fame presents not only the first full-length assessment of her poetry and poetics, but also a new authoritative account of her later career . . . In addition to providing an incisive commentary on Robinson's formal and stylistic practices, the book also offers a thorough assessment of the social circles, publishing networks, and professional affiliations that determined the development of her poetic identity." - The Year's Work in English Studies