Clough--selected PoemsBook - 1995
This volume represents a selection of some of the best poetry by Arthur Hugh Clough (1810-61). Detailed annotation provides the modern reader with the intellectual, cultural and historical information necessary for a full appreciation of the poet's work. The poems selected span Clough's entire career, with the main focus on his two most important poems, Amours de Voyage and Dipsychus and the Spirit. These poems are discussed at length in the critical introduction and are prefaced by substantial headnotes elucidating their historical background and literary antecedents. Providing a wealth of information about the poet and the context of his work, this volume represents a substantial contribution to the subject in its own right, as well as being essential reading for all students of nineteenth-century literature.
The series provides students with accessible annotated editions of key texts in English and American literature from medieval to modern times. This volume presents a selection of English poet Arthur Hugh Clough's (1819-1861) poetry. Each poem is accompanied by an annotation which provides the intellectual, cultural, and historical information necessary to appreciate the poet's work. Includes a substantial (30-page) critical introduction. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.