In a series of closely related essays, Professor Lindenberger analyzes the language, style, imagery, and organization of Wordsworth's "Prelude.’’ In precise detail and with richly relevant use of critical and historical materials, he demonstrates the variety and complexity of “The Prelude" leading the reader into a deepened understanding of one of the major long poems in the English language.
Originally published in 1963.
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