Literary Friendships in the Age of Wordsworth

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R. C. Bald
Cambridge University Press, 2014 M12 4 - 310 pages
Originally published in 1932, this book contains extracts from the works of key Romantic writers and those in their circle to illustrate the friendships between them. The events and topics covered include the deaths of Keats and Shelley as well as trips some of the authors took together. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the relationships among the key figures of Romantic literature.
 

Contents

CHRISTS HOSPITAL 178299
1
THE LAKES 18002
2
PANTISOCRACY
8
LAMB AND SOUTHEY
37
From Dorothy Wordsworths Journal 1800 page
42
WORDSWORTHS SCOTTISH TOUR 1803
57
LAMB TO WORDSWORTH
63
THE LAKE POETS
69
THE WAGGONER
174
SHELLEY AND KEATS
180
ON THE CONVERSATION OF AUTHORS
186
LAMB TO HAZLITT
192
DE QUINCEY IN LONDON
200
WORDSWORTH LEIGH HUNT AND SHELLEY
209
BYRON AT RAVENNA AND PISA
225
THE DEATH OF SHELLEY
234

Coleridge among the Lakes from De Quinceys
84
Letter from Coleridge to Southey Feb 8 1813
108
THE LAUREATESHIP
110
LAMB AT HOME
120
COLERIDGE AND LADY HAMILTON
129
CRABB ROBINSON AMONG THE LAKES
137
BYRON ON HIS CONTEMPORARIES
150
Letter from Leigh Hunt to Shelley and
165
KEATS AND COLERIDGE
173
AFTER SHELLEYS DEATH
242
LAMB TO COLERIDGE
248
WORDSWORTH LAMB AND MOORE
254
LAMBS RETIREMENT
262
THE LAST NIGHT AT ABBOTSFORD
267
THE DEATH OF COLERIDGE
273
64
279
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