Chandler, "The 'Power of Sound' and the Great Scheme of Things: Wordsworth Listens to Wordsworth". Chandler, J. Publisher: Romantic Circles
Chandler, "The 'Power of Sound' and the Great Scheme of Things: Wordsworth Listens to Wordsworth" [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
"What happens when the later Wordsworth of 'The Power of Sound,' replays the sounds of his earlier poetry, notably the 'Immortality Ode'? This essay argues that Wordsworth finds his earlier poetry too much given to the free affective play of sound. For the later Wordsworth, sound schemes signify larger schemes drawn from the Christian Bible."
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	title = {Chandler, "{The} '{Power} of {Sound}' and the {Great} {Scheme} of {Things}: {Wordsworth} {Listens} to {Wordsworth}"},
	shorttitle = {Chandler, "{The} '{Power} of {Sound}' and the {Great} {Scheme} of {Things}},
	url = {https://romantic-circles.org/praxis/soundings/chandler/chandler.html},
	abstract = {"What happens when the later Wordsworth of 'The Power of Sound,' replays the sounds of his earlier poetry, notably the 'Immortality Ode'? This essay argues that Wordsworth finds his earlier poetry too much given to the free affective play of sound. For the later Wordsworth, sound schemes signify larger schemes drawn from the Christian Bible."},
	language = {en},
	urldate = {2020-11-23},
	author = {Chandler, James},
	note = {Publisher: Romantic Circles},
}

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