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Clio a Muse And Other Essays Literary And Pedestrian

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So, too, some of the pages devoted to the content of Byron's nature poetry, might have been better spent on Wordsworth's. Is Manfred really "matchless as an Alpine landscape " ? (p. 302). It has some formidable rivals 1 The true poetry of nature and of the then newly discovered Alps, may rather be sought in Coleridge's Hymn to Mont Blanc; in Shelley's Prometheus (Act II. Sc. 3), and above all in the Sixth Book of the Prelude, with all the absurd, pleasing, trivial realism of the walking tour, l...ighted by oc- casional gleams of solemn grandeur wherein the POETRY AND REBELLION 123 mountains are revealed as the symbol of something too great for our comprehension.
Mr. Brandes in no way under-estimates the value of the content of Shelley's poetry. He says, speaking of the birth at Field Place in August 1792, that his "life was to be of greater and more enduring signi- ficance in the emancipation of the human mind than all that happened in France" even in that great month. Here, surely, he is more in the right than Matthew Arnold, Because Shelley does not, like Byron, deal with politics and daily life, he is not therefore " ineffectual.


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