Cover: The Problem of Shape in <i>The Prelude</i> in PAPERBACK

LeBaron Russell Briggs Prize Honors Essays in English 1968

The Problem of Shape in The Prelude

The Conflict of Private and Public Speech

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$14.50 • £11.95 • €13.00

ISBN 9780674708006

Publication Date: 01/01/1968

Short

Wordsworth found expression for both his public and his private speech in the expansive form and peculiar organization of The Prelude; this fact, together with the problems and limitations that resulted, is the subject of Jonathan Grandine’s study.

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