Professor Baker is concerned primarily with Shelley's development ns a philosophical and psychological poet, and it is precisely in this that the great achievement of the book lies
Originally published in 1966.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- PREFATORY NOTE, pg. ix
- CONTENTS, pg. xi
- INTRODUCTION, pg. 1
- 1. NECESSITY, pg. 19
- 2. THE PROBLEM OF EVIL, pg. 87
- 3. THE SPIRIT’S SPLENDOR, pg. 191
- APPENDICES, pg. 277
- SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY, pg. 292
- INDEX, pg. 297
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