member, Graduate Group in
Comparative Literature & Literary Theory
Director, Center for
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Here is a developing copy of Mary Robinson's
Lyrical Tales (1800).
Course materials for fall of 1994: for English
50 and for English
Course materials for spring 1995: for
Course materials for fall 1995: for English
205/505 and for English
Course materials for fall 1996: for
202 and for English 205-505 and for
Course materials for spring 1997: for English
202 and for English
Course materials for spring 1999: for English 205-505 and for English 552.
University of Pennsylvania, School
of Arts and Sciences; Van Pelt Library;
Department of English.
We want the creative faculty to imagine that which we know;
we want the generous impulse to act that which we imagine;
we want the poetry of life;
our calculations have outrun conception;
we have eaten more than we can digest.
--P. B. Shelley
These I consider local fountains for ever overflowing with the waters of
wisdom and delight:
Here I tend to find the germs of the flower and the fruit of latest
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. . .episodes of the cyclic poem written by Time on the memories of
men. . .
Le Fonti per gli Studi Italiani
Dante was the first awakener of entranced Europe . . . the Lucifer of
that starry flock which in the thirteenth century shone forth from
republican Italy, as from a heaven, into the darkness of the
CENTERSwhere new relations are ever developed, the source
of an unforeseen and an unconceived delight.
. . .hieroglyphics of thought. . .
- Electronic Theses and Dissertations
THEORY AND PRACTICE (mainly fiction)
. . .receptacles of a thousand unapprehended combinations of thought. . .
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last updated, 1 March 1999