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The major works
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Shelley, Percy Bysshe, (1792-1822.)

The major works / Percy Bysshe Shelley ; edited with an introduction and notes by Zachary Leader and Michael O'Neill.

Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.

Abstract: This major new edition, originally commissioned for the acclaimed Oxford Authors series under the general editorship of Frank Kermode, brings together a unique combination of Shelley's poetry and prose - the lyric poems, plays, longer poems, criticism, and essays - to give the essence of his work and thinking. Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) was a Romantic poet of radical imaginings, living in an age of change. His tempestuous life and friendship with Byron, and his tragically early death, at times threatened to overwhelm his legacy as a poet, but today his standing as one of the foremost English authors is assured. This freshly edited anthology - the fullest one-volume selection in English - includes all but one of the longer poems, from Queen Mab onwards, in their entirety. Only Laon and Cythna is excerpted, in a generous selection. As well as works such asPrometheus Unbound, The Mask of Anarchy, and Adonais, the volume includes a wide range of Shelley's shorter poems and much of his major prose, including A Defence of Poetry and almost all of A Philosophical View of Reform. Shelley emerges from these pages as a passionate and eloquent opponent of tyranny and a champion of human possibility.

Shelley's Poetry and prose
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Shelley, Percy Bysshe, (1792-1822.)

Shelley's Poetry and prose : authoritative texts, criticism / selected and edited by Donald H. Reiman and Sharon B. Powers.

1st ed.

New York : Norton, c1977.

Abstract: This volume contains one of the fullest, and certainly the most accurately edited, collections of Shelley's poetry and prose currently available. All the texts have been re-edited from primary sources especially for this edition. All the poems and prose pieces have been thoroughly annotated, with unusual diction defined and with all biographical, historical, topographical, and literary allusions identified (many of them for the first time anywhere).

Selected poems
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Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, (1788-1824.)

Selected poems / Lord Byron ; edited with a preface by Susan J. Wolfson and Peter J. Manning.

London ; New York : Penguin Books, 1996.

Penguin classics

The major works
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Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, (1788-1824.)

The major works / Lord Byron ; edited with an introduction and notes by Jerome J. McGann.

Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.

Abstract: This volume brings together a collection of Byron's poetry and prose, including poems, letters, journals, and transcripts of conversations, and gives the reader an insight into his work and thinking.

Blake's poetry and designs
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Blake, William, (1757-1827.)

Blake's poetry and designs : authoritative texts, illuminations in color and monochrome, related prose, criticism / selected and edited by Mary Lynn Johnson, John E. Grant.

1st ed.

New York : Norton, c1979.

Romantic ecology
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Bate, Jonathan.

Romantic ecology : Wordsworth and the environmental tradition / Jonathan Bate.

Abingdon : Routledge 2013

Routledge revivals

Abstract: First published in 1991, Romantic Ecology reassesses the poetry of William Wordsworth in the context of the abiding pastoral tradition in English Literature. Jonathan Bate explores the politics of poetry and argues that contrary to critics who suggest that the Wordsworth was a reactionary who failed to represent the harsh economic reality of his native Lake District, the poet's politics were fundamentally `green'. As our first truly ecological poet, Wordsworth articulated a powerful and enduring vision of human integration with nature which exercised a formative influence on later conservation movements and is of immediate relevance to great environmental issues today. Challenging the orthodoxies of new historicist criticism, Jonathan Bate sets a new agenda for the study of Romanticism in the 1990s.