Patriotism and Poetry in Eighteenth-Century Britain

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Cambridge University Press, 17 Νοε 2005 - 328 σελίδες
The poetry of the mid- and late-eighteenth century has long been regarded as primarily private and apolitical; in this wide-ranging study Dustin Griffin argues that in fact the poets of the period were addressing the great issues of national life--rebellion at home, imperial wars abroad, an expanding commercial empire, an emerging new British national identity. Taking up the topic of patriotic verse, Griffin shows that poets such as Thomas Gray, Christopher Smart, Oliver Goldsmith, and William Cowper were engaged in the century-long debate about the nature of true patriotism.
 

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Patriotic odes and patriotpoets
34
to mix the Patriots with
74
great citizen of Albion
98
Virtues Patriot Theme
119
some great and singular service
149
sedulous for the public weal
180
half a patriot
205
the female patriot
262
Conclusion
292
Index
309
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Dustin Griffin is Professor of English at New York University. He is the author of a number of books on Restoration and eighteenth-century English literature, including Satires on Man: The Poems of Rochester (1973), Alexander Pope: The Poet in the Poems (1978), Regaining Paradise: Milton and the Eighteenth Century (1986), Satire: A Critical Re-Introduction (1994), and Literary Patronage in England, 1650-1800 (Cambridge 1996).

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