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Byron (Longman Critical Readers)

Byron (Longman Critical Readers)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 058230251X, Hardcover)

This book brings together recent work on Byron by leading British and American scholars and critics, guiding undergraduate students and advanced school pupils through the different ways in which new literary theory has enriched readings of Byron's work, and showing how his poetry offers a rewarding focus for questions about the relationship between historical contexts and literary form in the Romantic period. The collection will enable students of English literature, Romantic studies and nineteenth-century cultural studies to assess the contribution that different critical methodologies have made to our understanding of individual poems by Byron, as well as concepts such as the Byronic hero and evolving definitions of Romanticism.

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