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by William Wordsworth

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Emotion and Cognition in The Prelude
http://users.ox.ac.uk/~scat0385/emotion.html
"The Prelude recounts a journey of self exploration by the end of which he is certain of his calling as a poet. As we study his creative process we will see how he relates emotion, cognition and reflection in his concept of imagination. Another relevant topic is how the reading of emotional literature affects judgment. He reveals his debt to literature of this kind as he shows us how it fostered his imagination, soothed his emotion and helped him develop certainty as to his calling."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Joel Pace
From: Romanticism on the Net Vol. 1 February 1996
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Wordsworth's The Prelude as Autobiography of An Orphan
http://users.ox.ac.uk/~scat0385/orphan.html
"The conclusion to be reached here is that The Prelude is a great poem by its deep registering of the significance of historical change precisely because rather than in spite of its political conservatism."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Gary Farnell
From: Romanticism on the Net Vol. 13 February 1999
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