De Quincey, Coleridge and the High Romantic Argument
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Textual Note and Abbreviations
1. ' A Man Darkly Wonderful': Coleridgean Reorientations in De Quincey Criticism
2. 'Like the Ghost in Hamlet': Radical Politics and Revisionary Interpretation
3. Revolutionary Joy: De Quincey's Discovery of Lyrical Ballads
4. The Pains of Growth: Language and Cultural Politics
5. Power and Knowledge: English Nationalism and the Mediation of Kant in England
6. De Quincey as Critic: Politics of Style and Representation of Wordsworth
Conclusion - Visions and Revisions: New Directions in De Quincey Studies
A. Three Uncollected Coleridgean Marginalia from De Quincey
B. 'Lessons of the French Revolution'
C. To William Tait, Esquire'