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  • Romantic Heresy and Critical Orthodoxy*
  • Milton Wilson (bio)
Bernard Blackstone, The Consecrated Urn: an Interpretation of Keats in Terms of Growth and Form. Toronto: Longmans. Green & Company. 1959. Pp. xv, 426. $9.00.
Harold Bloom, Shelley’s Mythmaking. “Yale Studies in English,” 141. New Haven: Yale University Press [Toronto: Bums and MacEachern, Ltd.). 1959. Pp. x, 280. $5.00.
David Perkins, The Quest for Permanence: The Symbolism of Wordsworth, Shelley and Keats. Cambridge: Harvard University Press [Toronto: S.J. Reginald Saunders & Co., Ltd.]. 1959. Pp. xii, 305. $7.25.
Bernice Slote, Keats and the Dramatic Principle. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press [Toronto: Bums and MacEachern, Ltd.]. 1958. Pp. viii, 229. $4.50.
Earl R. Wasserman, The Subtler Language: Critical Readings of Neoclassic and Romantic Poems. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press [Toronto: Bums and MacEachern, Ltd.]. 1959. Pp. vi, 362. $6.00.
Milton Wilson

Associate Professor of English, Trinity College, University of Toronto; author of Shelley’s Later Poetry (1959)


* See page 216 for bibliography of books discussed in this article.



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