The Birth of the Poet: The Role of S. T. Coleridge in the Making of "William Wordsworth"
AbstractThe paper argues that most themes and attitudes perceived as the hallmarks of "authentically Wordsworthian" poetry were in fact an imitation, as they appeared in the poet's work under the influence of Coleridge - while, ironically, Wordsworth's less imitative and more independent works are considered non-canonical, unrepresentative and un-Wordsworthian.
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Pantuchowicz Agnieszka, Warso Anna (eds.): Culture(s) and Authenticity. The Politics of Translation and the Poetics of Imitation, Cultures in translation. Interdisciplinary studies in language, translation, culture and literature, vol. 1, 2017, Peter Lang Publishing Group, Peter Lang, ISBN 978-3-631-73239-7, [978-3-631-73240-3, 978-3-631-73241-0, 978-3-631-73242-7], 207 p., DOI:10.3726/b11652
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|Keywords in English||Wordsworth, Coleridge, pantheism, memory, imagination, imitation|
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