Article ID: CBB000072345

Green Romanticism (1996)


Description Contents: Pite, Ralph: How Green were the Romantics? McKusick, James C.: Coleridge and the economy of nature. Lussier, Mark: Blake's deep ecology. Morton, Timothy: Shelley's green desert. Bate, Jonathan: Living with the weather. Garrard, Greg: Radical pastoral?

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Authors & Contributors
Goldstein, Amanda Jo
Butler, Judith
Largier, Niklaus
Francois, Anne-Lise
Floyd-Wilson, Mary
Wolfe, Jessica L
Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science
English Language Notes
Mod. Lang. Quart.
Proceedings of the Royal Institution of Great Britain
Cambridge University Press
University of Chicago Press
Clarendon Press
University of Oklahoma Press
Yale University Press
Stanford University
Science and literature
Poetry and poetics
Senses and sensation; perception
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Blake, William
Darwin, Erasmus
Davy, Humphry
Wordsworth, William
Time Periods
19th century
18th century
British Isles
Great Britain
London (England)

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