Top critical review
Too Eurocentric and not enough on British poetry of the period.
on 5 March 2016
This covers Romanticism as it applies to all the arts, philosophy, political thinking, and even writing about history as viewed by various writers, thinkers, and commentators throughout Europe and revolutionary North America. There are a multitude of one liner comments form writers, but not much independent analysis from Michael Ferber. I was disappointed, because I was more specifically interested in British Romantic poetry, and there wasn't enough in this book to satisfy my curiosity on that.