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39 On this poem, see Jerome McGann, “Byron™s First Tale: An Unpublished
Fragment,” Keats“Shelley Memorial Bulletin 19 (1968), 18“23.
40 Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for Everyone and No
One, trans. and ed. R. J. Hollingdale (New York: Penguin, 1969), 162.
41 John Milton, Paradise Lost, i : 84ff.
42 Byron™s fascination with exacting vengeance seems to have provoked Blake to
write The Ghost of Abel. Blake dedicated the poem “To l o r d b y r o n in the
Wilderness,” and asked of Byron, “What doest thou here / Elijah?” See E, 270
43 Shelley™s Poetry and Prose, lines 139“45.
44 This same dynamic can be found in Revelation, when the Christian martyrs
exclaim, “How long, O lord . . . ? Dost thou not judge and avenge our blood?”
and in response are given the natural-supernatural pyrotechnics of the dies irae:
The sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood
. . . And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a ¬g tree casteth her
untimely ¬gs . . . And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled
together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places.
(6:12“14)
“The great day of [the Lord™s] wrath” (6:17) arrives, with the created universe
as the expressive vehicle of that emotion, catalyzed by the angry voice of the
martyr™s blood. Emphasizing this speci¬c channel of sympathy, the moon
assumes a sanguinary aspect.

epilogue
1 On the relationship of the “Hyperion” poems to contemporary events, see
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Idea of Revolution,” MHRA Yearbook of English Studies 19 (1989), 265“89. On
the general attitude of the poems towards history, see Michael O™Neill,
“˜When this warm scribe my hand™: Writing and History in Hyperion and
The Fall of Hyperion,” in Keats and History, ed. Nicholas Roe (Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1995), 143“64.
2 “Hyperion: A Fragment,” John Keats: The Oxford Authors, ed. Elizabeth
Cook (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990), 1: 181“82, 213“17. Further
quotations from Keats™s poetry are from this edition.
3 Selected Letters of John Keats, ed. Grant F. Scott, rev. ed. (Cambridge, MA:
Harvard University Press, 2002), 270“71.
4 Shelley writes, “A Poet is a nightingale who sits in darkness, and sings to
cheer its own solitude with sweet sounds; his auditors are as men entranced
Notes to pages 167“173 199
by the melody of an unseen musician, who feel that they are moved and
softened, yet know not whence or why”; see “A Defence of Poetry,” in
Shelley™s Poetry and Prose, ed. Reiman and Fraistat 509“35; 516.
5 On the importance of disinterestedness to the moral and aesthetic
calculations of nineteenth-century England, see Amanda Anderson, The
Powers of Distance: Cosmopolitanism and the Cultivation of Detachment
(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001).
6 “Ode to Fear,” The Works of William Collins, ed. Wendorf and Ryskamp
(Oxford: Clarendon, 1979), 27, lines 20“21.
7 Seneca, De Ira, 1.1.5.
8 “Re¬‚ections on the Revolution in France (1790),” in The Writings and Speeches
of Edmund Burke, i : 122.
9 See i i i .8 (“Dulcis ad hesternas”), for example: “I loved our brawl last night, /
Our brawl by the lamplight, / And all the curses of thy raving tongue”; The
Elegies of Propertius, trans. E. H. W. Meyerstein (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1935), 108.
10 “Story of the Sultana Nourmahal,” The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, ed.
A. D. Godley (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1910), 000, lines 144“47.
11 On this theme in the work of other female authors of the Romantic period,
see Adriana Craciun, Fatal Women of Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 2003).
12 Felicia Hemans, Records of Woman, With Other Poems, ed. Paula R. Feldman
(Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1999), xx. A short list of poems
featuring inspired, outraged women would include, in addition to those
discussed here, “The Bride of the Greek Isle,” “The Switzer™s Wife,” “Joan of
Arc, in Rheims,” “The American Forest Girl,” “The Sicilian Captive,” “The
Lady of Provence,” and “Woman on the Field of Battle.”
13 Gary Kelley, “Death and the Matron: Felicia Hemans, Romantic Death, and
Founding of the Modern Liberal State,” in Felicia Hemans: Reimagining
Poetry in the Nineteenth Century, ed. Nanora Sweet and Julie Melnyk (New
York: Palgrave, 2001), 196“211; 200.
14 “The Wife of Asdrubal,” in Felicia Hemans: Selected Poems, Prose, and Letters,
ed. Gary Kelley (Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 2002), 173“76;
lines 16“32.
15 Hemans, “The Indian City,” Records of Woman, ed. Feldman, 47“53; lines
121“36.
16 “On First Looking into Chapman™s Homer,” in John Keats: The Oxford
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Index




Aeschylus 117 Bible 30, 82, 84“85, 128, 158, 161
Agulhon, Maurice 176 Blake, William 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 14, 16, 35, 39, 50“51,
Alexander the Great 14, 88“93, 96“97, 101“02, 58, 64, 68“69, 75“86, 87, 105, 110, 112“13,
143, 188“90 116, 128, 134, 148, 150, 153, 159“60, 162
American Revolution 64“65, 68“69 America 14, 68“69
Anderson, Amanda 199 “And then she bore pale Desire” 187
Anderson, William S. 41 “Auguries of Innocence” 79
Anonymous, Desultory Thoughts on the Atrocious “Day” 188
Cruelties of the French Nation 49, 50, 52 The Four Zoas 83“84
Anonymous, Intercepted Correspondence from The French Revolution 3
Satan to Citizen Paine 184 The Ghost of Abel 159“60, 162
Anonymous, Moderate Politics, Devoted to “The Grey Monk” 187
Britons 183 Jerusalem 14, 76, 80“84
Anonymous, Strictures on the Letter of the Rt. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell 1, 14, 81,
Hon. Mr. Burke 46 84“86
Anti-Jacobin 49 “The Mental Traveller” 128
Apollo 82“83, 112, 113 Milton 82, 84
Arendt, Hannah 79 “A Poison Tree” 51, 58, 75, 76, 77“78, 82, 87,
Aristotle 17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 26 105, 148
Nicomachean Ethics 17 A Song of Liberty 85“86
Poetics 17 “Was I Angry” 76“77
Armstrong, James 34“35, 37, 181 Blank, G. Kim 192
The Art of Preserving Health 34“35 Blast! 174
Arnold, Matthew 194 bleeding, as cure 4, 64“67
Arrian 189 Blessington, Marguerite, Lady 150, 155
Auden, W. H. 25 Journal of Conversations with Lord Byron
150, 155
Baillie, Joanna 102, 138“39 Bloom, Harold 29, 116
De Montfort 102 Blumberg, Jane 103
Plays on the Passions 102, 138“39 Boileau, Nicolas Despreaux 28
Bainbridge, Simon 3 Bonaparte, Napoleon 55, 61, 79, 102, 165
Baker, Keith Michael 3, 176 Bous¬eld, Benjamin 48
Baldick, Chris 191 Bowles, John 52
Barish, Jonas 8 Bowyer, James 90
Barrell, John 182 Braden, Gordon 18
Bateman, Thomas 67 Braund, S. H. 179
Batten, Guinn 176 Brown, Thomas 105, 138
Baudelaire, Charles 146 Lectures on the Philosophy of the Human Mind
Beaty, Frederick L. 133, 134, 150, 151, 177, 195 105, 138
Behrendt, Steven 194 Browning, Elizabeth Barrett 174
Bennett, Betty T. 177, 192 “The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim™s Point” 174

215
Index
216
The French Revolution 11
Browning, Robert 148, 174
“Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister” 148, 174 Carnochan, W. B. 27
Brunot, Ferdinand 187 Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, Lord 121, 128“29
Burke, Edmund 4, 12, 13, 28, 29“30, 31, 38, 40“49, Chandler, James 2, 176
´
Chateaubriand, Rene 84“85
52“54, 62, 65, 67, 73, 100, 102“03, 168
´
Genie du Christianisme 84“85
“Address to the King” 65
Letters . . . on the Proposals for Peace with the Christie, Thomas 46, 48
Regicide Directory of France 38“39 Letters on the Revolution in France 46
Letter to a Noble Lord 53 Christensen, Jerome 134, 136, 140
Letter to William Elliot 67 Cicero 20
Philosophical Inquiry into the Origin of Our Claeys, Gregory 39
Ideas of the Sublime and the Beautiful 28, Clairmont, Claire 119
Clark, A. F. B. 179
29“30, 31
Re¬‚ections on the Revolution in France 4, Clermont, Jane 141, 145“46, 147, 163
Cleveland, John 7“8
40“46, 48, 168
Burney, Ian A. 186 “On the Pouder Plot” 7“8
Burns, Robert 120, 139 “The Rebell Scot” 8
Burwick, Roswitha 191 Coburn, Kathleen 55
Butler, Marilyn 2, 176, 188, 191 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 5, 13, 15, 31, 40, 42, 54,
Bynum, W. F. 186 57, 70, 73“75, 89, 96, 98“99, 100, 170, 172,
Byron, Anne Isabella Milbanke, Lady 146, 147, 185, 187
Biographia Literaria 61, 89
149, 152
Byron, George Gordon, 6th Lord 5, 6, 8, 15, 16, “Dejection: An Ode” 13, 55“56, 59, 61
Conciones ad Populum 73“75
42, 105, 109, 119, 133“63, 169“70, 173
“Again deceived! Again betrayed!” 152 “The Eolian Harp” 60
Cain 133, 148, 158“59, 162, 163 “Fears in Solitude” 13, 56
Childe Harold™s Pilgrimage 140, 142“44, 156, The Friend 187
“Kubla Khan” 62, 172
157, 163
The Curse of Minerva 133, 147 “Monody on the Death of Chatterton” 58“59
The Deformed Transformed 162 A Moral and Political Lecture 73
Don Juan 133, 135“36, 149“50, 169“70 “On the Passions” 60
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers 133, 136, “The Pains of Sleep” 57, 62
The Plot Discovered 98“99, 100
149, 151
“Epistle to Augusta” 148 “The Taste of the Times” 185
The Giaour 157 Coleridge, Sara Fricker 56
Hints from Horace 133, 154 Collins, William 12, 31“35, 37, 53, 168
Hours of Idleness 150, 154 “Ode to Fear” 31“32, 168
“Il Diavolo Inamorato” 156“57 “The Passions: An Ode for Music” 31,
“Inscription on the Monument of a 33“34, 53
Newfoundland Dog” 146“47 Congreve, William 152
Manfred 146, 147“48, 163 Cowper, William 12, 36“37
Marino Faliero 75, 133, 148 The Task 36“37
“Ode from the French” 161“62 Craciun, Adriana 199
“Remember thee” 152“53, 162“63 Cronin, Richard 194
“A Sketch from Private Life” 140“41, 145, Cullen, William 66
Curran, Stuart 128
151, 152
“To Caroline” 150“51 curse 15, 114“19, 126, 136“37, 141“63
To a Knot of Ungenerous Critics 135
“To Romance” 152 Davie, Donald 28
The Two Foscari 162 De Grey, William 94
A Vision of Judgement 136 DeLuca, Vincent 85
Byron, William, 5th Lord 94 De Quincey, Thomas 190
Derrida, Jacques 141
Cameron, Kenneth Neil 194 Dennis, John 12, 28“31
Carlyle, Thomas 11, 139“40 Dodds, E. R 24
Index 217
Donaldson, Ian 151 Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 14, 106“08
Dryden, John 26“28 The Sorrows of Young Werther 14, 106“08
Duff, David 193 Gordon Riots 65
Dyer, Gary 41“42, 182 gothic 14, 101“02, 103, 108
Graham, Kenneth 188
Eaton, Daniel Isaac 71 Gray, Thomas 12, 35“37, 59, 154
Ebenezer Elliott 139“40 “The Bard” 35“36
Edinburgh Review 154 “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard” 154
Edwards, Gavin 188 Greimas, Algirdas J. 100
Eley, Geoff 177 grief 2, 35“36
Elliott, Robert C. 194 Guerlac, Suzanne 25, 29, 138
enthusiasm, 2, 176 Guiccioli, Theresa 150
Epstein, James 3, 176 Guilhaumou, Jacques 183
Erdman, David 80, 82, 85, 176, 187
¨
Euripides 92, 117 Habermas, Jurgen 177
Andromache 92 Hanley, Evelyn A. 182
Everest, Kelvin 188 Harris, William 16“17
Examiner 130 Harvey, A. D. 191
Hawes, Clement 176
´
Fawcett, John 138 Hebert, Jacques Rene 47
Essay on Anger 138 Heller, Lee E. 191
fear 16, 30“32, 61, 93, 132 Hemans, Felicia 171“73
Feldman, Paula 199 “The Indian City” 171“73
Ferguson, Adam 11 Tales, and Historic Scenes 171
Fielding, Henry 89 Records of Woman 171“72
Fisher, Philip 2, 9, 87, 148, 157 “The Wife of Asdrubal” 172“73
Fox, Charles James 43“44, 64“65, 67 Hervey, John, Lord 136
French Revolution 1, 3, 5, 8, 13, 14, 36“38, 63, 65, Highet, Gilbert 41
Hogle, Jerrold E. 192, 194
73“75, 79, 87“89, 94, 98“103, 105, 111, 114,
Holmes, Richard 185“86
131, 133, 138, 147, 159, 160, 164
the Terror 1, 9“12, 47, 100, 105, 111, 134, 174 Homer 15, 16“18, 23“24, 37, 82“84, 116, 155, 172
Freud, Sigmund 116 The Iliad 15, 17, 18, 23, 82“84, 172
Frye, Northrop 80 The Odyssey 39
Fuess, Claude M. 195 Horace 20, 25, 27“28, 113
Furet, Francois 3, 46“47, 176
¸ Ars Poetica 20, 25
Furniss, Tom 45 Satire I 113
Fyfe, Hamilton W. 17 Hertz, Neil 23
Herzog, Don 186
Gay, Peter 175 Hone, William 72
George III 64, 65, 99, 120, 122, 131, 164 Reformist Register 72
Germain, George Sackville, Lord 64, 65 Horder, Jeremy 88, 94
Gifford, William 123 Hume, David 11
Gillray, James 190 Hunt, Henry 165
Gilmartin, Kevin 3, 177 Hunt, Leigh 113, 122, 130
Gisborne, John 119 The Descent of Liberty: A Mask (1815) 122
Gleckner, Robert 133 Hunt, Lynn 3, 47
Godwin, William 1, 5, 14, 15, 40, 48, 70, 88“103, Hunter, John 66
Treatise on the Blood, In¬‚ammation, and
105, 106, 108
Caleb Williams 14, 75, 88“98, 100, 101“03, Gun-Shot Wounds 66
Hutcheson, Francis 11
105, 106
Enquiry Concerning Political Justice 90, 91, Hutchinson, Sara 62
97“98
History of Greece: From the Earliest Records of indignation 4, 39“53, 59
that Country to the Time in which it was in¬‚ammation 4, 13“14, 59, 64“75, 82“86
reduced into a Roman Province 90“91 Irlam, Shaun 176
Index
218
irony 6, 15, 135“36 law 4, 51, 88, 94“95, 107
Isnard, Maximin 79 Lefebvre, George 79
Leigh, Augusta 144, 147
Jeffrey, Francis 154“55 Levinson, Marjorie 2
Jesus 110 Lewalski, Barbara K. 195
Johnson, R. Brimley 195 Liu, Alan 2, 10, 47, 69
Johnson, Samuel 96, 141“42 Locke, John 83, 104
“The Folly of Anger” 141“42 Lockwood, Thomas 5, 65, 133“34, 177, 195
The Rambler 96, 141 London Corresponding Society 52, 99, 100
Jones, Chris 178, 181 Longinus 12, 22“30, 84, 85, 122
Jones, Steven 6, 110“11, 121, 128, 133, 193 Louis XVI 51
Jonson, Ben 15, 113, 123“24, 151 Lovell, Earnest J. 144
Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue 123, 124, 127 Lucas, Colin 176, 184
Poetaster 151
Juvenal 6“8, 12, 27“28, 30, 36“38, 40“43, 136 Macaulay, Catherine 40, 48
Satire I 6, 40 Mace, Nancy 91
Satire I I I 36 Mack, Maynard 120
Macpherson, James 181
Kames, Henry Home, Lord 11, 32, 138 Comala 181
Elements of Criticism 32 Makdisi, Saree 177
Kant, Immanuel 12, 29 Maniquis, Robert 175
Karlin, Daniel 175 Manning, Peter 142
Keach, William 192 Marat, Jean-Paul 41, 47
Keane, Angela 177 Marchand, Leslie 144, 146
Keats, John 118“19, 121, 126, 152, 165“74 Marie Antoinette, Queen of France 44, 122
“La Belle Dame sans Merci” 152 Marshall, David 191
Endymion 114 Marshall, Peter 188, 191
“The Fall of Hyperion” 165“66 Marston, John 7“8
“Hyperion” 165“66 The Scourge of Villanie 7“8
“Ode on Melancholy” 166“69, 172 Marvell, Andrew 74
“Ode to a Nightingale” 166 Mason, Laura 176
“On First Looking into Chapman™s masque 14“15, 112, 122“32
Homer” 173 Matthews, William 70
Keen, Paul 177 McCalman, Iain 176
Kelly, Gary 100, 171 McGann, Jerome J. 2, 134“38, 141, 142, 144,
Kennedy, Gwynne 175 152, 156
Kennedy, X. J. 28 McNeice, Gerald 110
Kenney, E. J. 7 McVeigh. Daniel 146
Kernan, Alvin 7 McWhir, Anne 191
Kerrigan, John 137, 175, 196 medicine 13“14, 64“69
Kilgour, Maggie 101 Medwin, Thomas 153, 154
Klancher, Jon 14 Mee, John 2, 176
Knapp, Steven 31 melancholy 2
Knight, G. Wilson 149 Melbourne, Elizabeth Milbanke Lamb,
Knoep¬‚macher, U. C. 191 Lady 145
Kramnick, Issac 43 Mellor, Anne 103
Kupersmith, William 7, 27 Milton 15, 34, 39, 60“62, 76“77, 82“85, 108, 114,
122, 123, 128, 157“58
Lamb, Caroline 145, 152“53, 162“63 Comus 122, 123
Lamb, Charles 137 Paradise Lost 39, 60, 82“84, 106, 108,
“On the Tragedies of Shakespeare” 137 114, 157“58
Landon, Letitia 171 Monk, Samuel Holt 26“27
Lane, Christopher 175 Moore, T. 52
Langbaum, Robert 137“38 Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain 52
Index 219
Moore, Thomas 170, 173 Propertius 169, 199
Lalla Rookh 170 Punter, David 2, 175“76
Morgan, Lady 153
Morkan, Joel 187 Queen Caroline affair 164
Morris, David 30 Quintus Curtius Rufus 91“92, 101
Moskal, Jeanne 79
Murray, John 149 rage 4“5, 13, 39“41, 57“62, 66“67, 72, 96, 136
Rajan, Tilottama 197
Napier, Macvey 140 Rather, L. J. 186
Newey, Vincent 198 reaction, anger as 79“86
Newton, Sir Isaac 80, 81 Reddy, William 2, 11“12
Principia 80 Reform Bill 10“11
Niebyl, Peter 66“67 Reiman, Donald 110
Nietzsche, Friedrich 157 revenge 15, 82“84, 87, 95, 125, 133“34, 141“63
Nohrnberg, James 53 Ricks, Christopher 175
North, Frederick, Lord 65 Roberts, W. Rhys 179
Nussbaum, Martha 2 Robespierre 10, 11, 47, 52, 79, 97
Romilly, Sir Samuel 50, 149“50
Ollier, Charles 119 Roscoe, W. 185
Orgel, Stephen 124, 127 Rosenswein, Barbara H. 175
O™Neill, Michael 165, 198 Rousseau, Jean Jacques 5, 11, 41, 66, 131
O™Rourke, James 103 Emile 11
Ousby, Ian 188 Rowlandson, Thomas 44
Ozouf, Mona 3, 47, 176 Rudd, Niall 78, 180
Russell, Gillian 3
Paine, Thomas 39, 40, 41, 42, 45“46,
Sanders, Charles Richard 196
49, 71
The Rights of Man 42“43, 45 satire 5“8, 18, 38, 53, 76“77, 110“14, 120, 123,
Paley, Morton 85, 128, 130 133“35, 146“49
Pater, Walter 132 Augustan 5, 8, 37, 53, 133“36, 146
Paulson, Ronald 50, 100, 103 Schama, Simon 47, 176
periodical press 1, 6, 49 Schor, Esther H. 175
Perry, Sampson 49, 71 Sco¬eld, John 75“76
The Argus 49, 71 Scott, Inez G. 27
Peterloo Massacre 128“31, 160“62, 164, 167 Scott, Sir Walter 51, 79
Philp, Mark 39, 47 Old Mortality 79
Piggot, Charles 40, 48“49 Scrivener, Michael 53, 177, 185, 194
Pig™s Meat 73 Seneca 12, 18“26, 28, 31“33, 37, 40“41, 53, 70“71,
Pitt, William 100, 130, 131 78“79, 96, 101“02, 117, 136, 138
Plato 17, 23 De Ira 12, 18“24, 28, 70“71, 78“79, 96
The Republic 17 Medea 21“22
Plutarch 91“92, 96, 101 Oedipus 102
“Concerning the Cure of Anger” 95“96 sensibility 3, 11“12, 16, 29, 33, 45, 181
Pope, Alexander 12, 23, 26, 27“28, 30, 111, 113, Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Lord 11
Shakespeare 10, 34, 44, 49, 116, 137, 184
136, 147, 151
“Epilogue to the Satires. Dialogue 2” 192 Hamlet 10
“Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot” 136, 147 Henry IV, Part I 184
Pound, Ezra 140 The Taming of the Shrew 49
Preston, Thomas R. 180 Shaw, Philip 3
Price, Richard 43, 68 Shelley, Mary Godwin 5, 14, 15, 89, 102“03, 106
Discourse on the Love of Our Frankenstein 14, 89, 103“09, 162
Country 43, 68 Shelley, Percy Bysshe 5, 6, 8, 14“15, 56, 103,
Prideaux, Humphrey 89, 97, 189 110“32, 134“35, 153, 159“62, 165, 167
Priestly, Joseph 48, 70 Adonais 118, 122
Index
220
Shelley, Percy Bysshe (cont.) sublime 3, 9, 12, 16, 21“32, 45“46, 84“85,
The Cenci 125 169“70, 173
Charles the First 123“24, 126 Swedenborg, Emmanuel 80“81
“A Defence of Poetry” 167, 199 The Wisdom of Angels concerning Divine Love
“England in 1819” 120, 122 and Divine Wisdom 80“81
Epipsychidion 121, 123, 132 Swift, Jonathan 120“21, 136, 146
“A Hate-Song” 125 Gulliver™s Travels 120
The Mask of Anarchy 14, 114, 122, 128“31, sympathy 5, 14“15, 20“23, 32“34, 103“08,
160“62 136“47, 159
“Mont Blanc” 115
“Ode to the West Wind” 56, 132 Tennyson, Alfred, Lord 174
“Orpheus” 126“27 Maud 174
Prometheus Unbound 14, 75, 114“18, 122, theatricality 6“8, 15, 19“21, 133, 137, 139,
126“28, 132, 159, 162, 165 147“48, 165
Queen Mab 123 Thelwall, John 13, 52“54, 68, 71, 99, 100
“Satire on Satire” 113, 117, 118, 119 Thompson, E. P. 176
“Similes for Two Political Characters Thompson, J. M. 187
of 1819” 121 Todd, Janet 181
Swellfoot the Tyrant 114 Tomahawk! or Censor General 51
The Triumph of Life 122, 123, 131 Treason Bill 99
“To a Skylark” 120“21 The True Briton 52
“To Death” 194 Two Acts 49
“To the Lord Chancellor” 121“22
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley 44 Vargo, Lisa 128
Sherwin, W. T. 71, 72 Varma, Devendra P. 191
Political Register 72 Vathek 152
sincerity 5“8, 15, 19“21, 127, 134“40 Vaughan, Susan 152
Sidmouth, Henry Addington, Lord 121 Vivian, Charles 193“94
Six Acts 164“65
Smith, Adam 11, 32, 36, 138 Walker, Jeffrey 182
Theory of Moral Sentiments 32, 36 Warton, Thomas 12, 30
Smith, Olivia 3 Wasserman, Earl R. 193
Society for Constitutional Information 52 Waterloo, battle of 14, 66, 103, 161“62, 164
Socrates 110 Webb, Timothy 192
Solomon, Robert C. 175, 179 Weber, Harold 28
Sophocles 102, 117 Weinbrot, Howard 42
Oedipus Rex 102 Weiskel, Thomas 23, 24, 32
Southey, Edith Fricker 56 Weisman, Karen 94
Southey, Robert 56, 62, 72, 73“74, 98, 113, 117, Wheatley, Kim 177
Whitford, Robert 41
119, 135, 149
Spacks, Patricia Meyer 181 Wiesen, David S. 7
Spence, Thomas 71 Wilkes, John 50
Spenser, Edmund 31, 33“34, 53, 114 Williams, David 183
The Faerie Queene 33“34, 114 Wollstonecraft, Mary 40, 42, 45, 50
Stabler, Jane 196 A Vindication of the Rights of Men 42, 45
Stahl, George 66 Wood, Marcus 3, 177
Stauffer, Andrew 197 Woodring, Carl 129
Stedman, Gesa 175 Wooler, Thomas 71
Steele, Richard 133“34 Wordsworth, William 5, 9“11, 41, 42, 50“51, 58,
Sterrenburg, Lee 103 61, 62, 68“70, 74“75, 90, 137, 139, 141, 150,
Stoicism 9, 13, 18“24, 31, 71, 78“79, 89, 94, 96, 153“57, 162
Convention of Cintra 74“75
101, 103, 106, 108, 138
Storch, Rudolf 189 Descriptive Sketches 68, 69“70
Strachan, John 177 Essay, Supplementary to the Preface 58
Index 221
“Lines written a few miles above Tintern Yeats, William Butler 110, 112, 132, 155, 174
Abbey” 154, 155, 156 “The Philosophy of Shelley™s Poetry” 132
“Ode: Intimations of Immortality” 153“54 “The Tower” 155
The Philanthropist 70 A Vision 110
The Prelude 3, 9“10, 50“51, 69“70 Young, Art 192
“The Warning” 10“11 Young, Edward 51, 96
A Vindication of Providence 51, 96
Worrall, David 3

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