The Poetical Works of Shelley
Houghton Mifflin, 1975 - 668 pages
Selected pieces by one of the major English Romantic poets. Often attacked for his "atheism" and "meliorism ("revolutionism" to conservative minds). In truth, he was a deeply religious idealist committed to enlightenment, justice, and disinterested love.
OR THE SPIRIT
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