TTC - Lives and Works of the English Romantic Poets
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The verse of the English Romantic poets is as daunting in its scope and complexity as it is dazzling in its technique and beautiful in its language. Professor Willard Spiegelman illuminates masterpieces of English literature by poets Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley, Keats, and Byron, as well as women Romantic poets.
As with his first Teaching Company course, How to Read and Understand Poetry, his emphasis is on technique, on how a poem accomplishes its objectives, on "how it means." To this end, he meticulously dissects the poems, directing you to points of interest that merit close observation.
What Is Romanticism?Lectures are 30 min each. (~325m)
1. Romantic Beginnings
2. Wordsworth and the Lyrical Ballads
3. Life and Death, Past and Present
4. Epic Ambitions and Autobiography
5. Spots of Time and Poetic Growth
6. Coleridge and the Art of Conversation
7. Hell to Heaven via Purgatory
8. Rivals and Friends
9. William Blake—Eccentric Genius
10. From Innocence to Experience
11. Blake's Prophetic Books
12. Women Romantic Poets
13. "Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know"
14. The Byronic Hero
15. Don Juan—A Comic Masterpiece
16. Shelley and Romantic Lyricism
17. Shelley's Figures of Thought
18. Shelley and History
19. Shelley and Love
20. Keats and the Poetry of Aspiration
21. Keats and Ambition
22. Keats and Eros
23. Process, Ripeness, Fulfillment
24. The Persistence of Romanticism
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