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Faith and doubt in the century's poets / by Richard A. Armstrong
Bib ID 2635856
Format BookBook
Author
Armstrong, Richard A. (Richard Acland), 1843-1905
 
Description London : James Clarke & Co., 1898 
vii, 136 p. ; 18 cm. 
Full contents
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley: the spirit of revolt.
  • William Wordsworth: revelation through nature and man.
  • Arthur Hugh Clough: between the old faith and the new.
  • Alfred Tennyson: "the larger hope".
  • Matthew Arnold: "the eternal note of sadness".
  • Robert Browning: faith triumphant.
 
Subjects English poetry -- 19th century -- History and criticism.  |  Belief and doubt in literature.  |  Faith in literature.

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