Cover: Shelley’s Major Verse in HARDCOVER

Shelley’s Major Verse

The Narrative and Dramatic Poetry

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$86.50 • £69.95 • €78.00

ISBN 9780674806252

Publication Date: 10/07/1988


231 pages

1 color illustration


  • Preface
  • 1. Our Proper Destiny: Queen Mab
  • 2. Broodings in Solitude: Alastor
  • 3. The Triumph of Love: The Revolt of Islam
  • 4. The Human Situation: Prometheus Unbound, Act I
  • 5. Hope and Necessity: Prometheus Unbound, Act II
  • 6. The Transforming Harmony: Prometheus Unbound, Acts III and IV
  • 7. Sad Reality: The Cenci
  • 8. Romantic Irony: The Witch of Atlas
  • 9. Love’s Universe: Epipsychidion
  • 10. Tragic Irony: The Triumph of Life
  • Notes
  • Index

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