| THE ROMANTICS|
England in a Revolutionary Age
by E.P. Thompson
Wordsworth and Coleridge dominate these essays, with associates like the radical poet and lecturer, John Thelwall, and influences such as Godwin and Rousseau. Foreword by Dorothy Thompson.
Contents: Education or experience; Disenchantment or Default; Wordsworth's Crisis; Benevolent Mr Godwin; Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Hunting the Jacobin Fox; Appendix; Afterword.
Rights: USA and Canada - The New Press