The Character of the Poet
Wordsworth in The Prelude
Richard J. Onorato
By a judicious use of psychoanalytic concepts, Richard Onorato interprets the Wordsworth revealed in the poem The Prelude and relates the problems of poetic autobiography to those of personality.
First published in 1971.
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