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The Origin and Significance of Coleridge's Theory of Secondary Imagination (THOMAS MCFARLAND, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, page 195). Coleridge: The Anxiety of Influence (HAROLD BLOOM, Yale University, page 247). Meeting Honoring Rudolf Kirk and Robert Spiller (page 269). The English Institute, 1971 (page 273).
Michael G. Cooke, The Manipulation of Space in Coleridge’s Poetry, in New Perspectives on Coleridge and Wordsworth: Selected Papers from the English Institute, ed. Geoffrey H. Hartman (New York: Columbia University Press, 1972), 167Google Scholar. 16. Max F. Schulz, Coleridge and the Enchantment of Earthly Paradise, in Reading Coleridge: Approaches and Applications, ed. Walter B. Crawford (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1979), 3. oogle Scholar. 20. Carl Woodring, Politics in the Poetry of Coleridge (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1961), 18.
Wordsworth: Selected Poetry and Prose. New Perspectives on Coleridge and Wordsworth. English as Something Else" in Gubar and Kamholtz, ed. English Inside Out: The Places of Literary Criticism. Hartman Curriculum Vitae. New York: Routledge, 1993. Midrash as Law and Literature," Journal of Religion, 74 (1994): 338-355.
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Hartman attended Queens College, City University of New York and . One of his long-term interests was the English poet William Wordsworth
Hartman attended Queens College, City University of New York and received his PhD from Yale. After appointments at the University of Iowa and Cornell in the 1950s, Hartman returned to Yale and was eventually made Sterling Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Yale University. One of his long-term interests was the English poet William Wordsworth. Criticism in the Wilderness: The Study of Literature Today (1980). Saving the Text: hilosophy (1981).
At the beginning of the poem, the narrator picks up the book Dream of Scipio by Cicero and falls asleep.
He did for the English narrative what Shakespeare later did for drama. Any details concerning Geoffrey Chaucer’s career in civil service come from contemporary documents. Records indicate that in 1357 Chaucer was serving as a page in the household of King Edward’s son Prince Lionel and his wife Elizabeth. At the beginning of the poem, the narrator picks up the book Dream of Scipio by Cicero and falls asleep. Troilus and Criseyde was written between the years 1381 to 1386, based on the works of Boccacio. Its setting is the Trojan War; two people, Troilus and Criseyde, are in a prison.