Undermining the Eighteenth-Century Pastoral: Rewriting the Poet's Relationship to Nature in Charlotte Smith's Poetry

@article{Tayebi2004UnderminingTE,
  title={Undermining the Eighteenth-Century Pastoral: Rewriting the Poet's Relationship to Nature in Charlotte Smith's Poetry},
  author={K Alinejad Tayebi},
  journal={European Romantic Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={131 - 150}
}
  • K. Tayebi
  • Published 1 March 2004
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  • European Romantic Review
Taylor and Francis Ltd gerr031048.sgm 10.1 80/1050958042000180737 Europe Romantic Review 5 -9585 (pri t)/174 -4657 (online) Original Article 2 04 & Francis Ltd 521March 2004 K ndiT yeb eng_k t@sh u.edu Recent new historicist readings of Romantic poetry have illustrated how Wordsworth and other Romantic poets displace the historically significant events of their time in their poetry. Thus, Jerome McGann argues that the uncomfortable presences of the beggars and coal barges are displaced in… 

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