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John Clare and Community (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism) Hardcover – 20 Dec 2012
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'Adds yet another joyous dimension to this endlessly fascinating character.' The Times Literary Supplement
'Goodridge's long-awaited study represents another milestone in the critical understanding and reception of Clare's poetry … Simply put, there is no better reader of Clare alive today. Not only does Goodridge know the poetry as intimately as the editors of the monumental Oxford English Texts edition, but he also has the richest and most astute sense of the broader literary and socio-cultural milieu in which Clare wrote and to which Clare responded.' European Romantic Review
John Goodridge examines some of the ways in which John Clare perceived and represented two communities, that of his native village, whose culture, ecology and natural environment it was his life's principal work to record, and the community of poets who inspired him.See all Product description
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