Percy Bysshe Shelley: Poet and Revolutionary (Hardback)

Jacqueline Mulhallen

Edité par PLUTO PRESS, 2015
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Today, Percy Bysshe Shelley has memorials in Poet s Corner in Westminster Abbey and at Oxford University. Most famous for poems such as To A Skylark , Ozymandias and The Mask of Anarchy , he is considered a major Romantic poet with important new editions of his work currently being produced. But this was not always the case. During his short and tragic life he was regarded with loathing as an immoral atheist and his work received damning reviews as a result. His was a story of extremes - the radical nature of his convictions was astounding since he was the son of a wealthy landowner and set to become a Whig MP. A focus on his belief in sexual freedom and vegetarianism often eclipses his informed internationalist and revolutionary politics. Although he wrote when the working class was in its infancy, he clearly grasped how workers - and women - were oppressed. Admired by Oscar Wilde, Thomas Hardy, W. B. Yeats and Karl Marx, Shelley s legacy remains with us today - his words have been used by popular movements from the Chartists and the Suffragettes to Tiananmen Square, the Poll Tax protesters and modern Greek solidarity movements. This new biography by playwright and activist Jacqueline Mulhallen will emphasise the political, revolutionary side of Shelley s life and will be a valuable contribution to the existing literature on this important artist. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : Today, Percy Bysshe Shelley has memorials in Poet?s Corner in Westminster Abbey and at Oxford University. Most famous for poems such as 'To A Skylark', 'Ozymandias' and 'The Mask of Anarchy', he is considered a major Romantic poet with important new editions of his work currently being produced. But this was not always the case. During his short and tragic life he was regarded with loathing as an immoral atheist and his work received damning reviews as a result.

His was a story of extremes ? the radical nature of his convictions was astounding since he was the son of a wealthy landowner and set to become a Whig MP. A focus on his belief in sexual freedom and vegetarianism often eclipses his informed internationalist and revolutionary politics. Although he wrote when the working class was in its infancy, he clearly grasped how workers ? and women ? were oppressed.

Admired by Oscar Wilde, Thomas Hardy, W. B. Yeats and Karl Marx, Shelley?s legacy remains with us today ? his words have been used by popular movements from the Chartists and the Suffragettes to Tiananmen Square, the Poll Tax protesters and modern Greek solidarity movements. This new biography by playwright and activist Jacqueline Mulhallen will emphasise the political, revolutionary side of Shelley?s life and will be a valuable contribution to the existing literature on this important artist.

Synopsis: Percy Bysshe Shelley is recognised as one of the greatest English poets of the nineteenth century. His work was reviled by contemporaries for his politics and atheism, sentimentalised by Victorians, dismissed by scholars in the early twentieth century but is now receiving its due critical acclaim. Yet from the Chartists and the Suffragettes through Tianenman Squre and the Poll tax protesters to StoptheWar and Greek Solidarity, those fighting back have always quoted Shelley. He was an internationalist and revolutionary who supported the Irish movement and that of Greek Independence, a political activist who wrote pamphlets in defence of justice, free speech and parliamentary reform. Although he wrote when the working class was in its infancy, he had grasped how workers ? and women - were oppressed. Radical, reformer, revolutionary, Shelley?s politics still resonate today.

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Titre : Percy Bysshe Shelley: Poet and Revolutionary...
Éditeur : PLUTO PRESS
Date d'édition : 2015
Reliure : Hardback
Etat du livre : New

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Description du livre Pluto Press. Hardback. État : new. BRAND NEW, Percy Bysshe Shelley: Poet and Revolutionary, Jacqueline Mulhallen, Today, Percy Bysshe Shelley has memorials in Poet's Corner in Westminster Abbey and at Oxford University. Most famous for poems such as 'To A Skylark', 'Ozymandias' and 'The Mask of Anarchy', he is considered a major Romantic poet with important new editions of his work currently being produced. But this was not always the case. During his short and tragic life he was regarded with loathing as an immoral atheist and his work received damning reviews as a result. His was a story of extremes - the radical nature of his convictions was astounding since he was the son of a wealthy landowner and set to become a Whig MP. A focus on his belief in sexual freedom and vegetarianism often eclipses his informed internationalist and revolutionary politics. Although he wrote when the working class was in its infancy, he clearly grasped how workers - and women - were oppressed. Admired by Oscar Wilde, Thomas Hardy, W. B. Yeats and Karl Marx, Shelley's legacy remains with us today - his words have been used by popular movements from the Chartists and the Suffragettes to Tiananmen Square, the Poll Tax protesters and modern Greek solidarity movements. This new biography by playwright and activist Jacqueline Mulhallen will emphasise the political, revolutionary side of Shelley's life and will be a valuable contribution to the existing literature on this important artist. N° de réf. du libraire B9780745334622

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Description du livre PLUTO PRESS, United Kingdom, 2015. Hardback. État : New. 198 x 129 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Today, Percy Bysshe Shelley has memorials in Poet s Corner in Westminster Abbey and at Oxford University. Most famous for poems such as To A Skylark , Ozymandias and The Mask of Anarchy , he is considered a major Romantic poet with important new editions of his work currently being produced. But this was not always the case. During his short and tragic life he was regarded with loathing as an immoral atheist and his work received damning reviews as a result. His was a story of extremes - the radical nature of his convictions was astounding since he was the son of a wealthy landowner and set to become a Whig MP. A focus on his belief in sexual freedom and vegetarianism often eclipses his informed internationalist and revolutionary politics. Although he wrote when the working class was in its infancy, he clearly grasped how workers - and women - were oppressed. Admired by Oscar Wilde, Thomas Hardy, W. B. Yeats and Karl Marx, Shelley s legacy remains with us today - his words have been used by popular movements from the Chartists and the Suffragettes to Tiananmen Square, the Poll Tax protesters and modern Greek solidarity movements. This new biography by playwright and activist Jacqueline Mulhallen will emphasise the political, revolutionary side of Shelley s life and will be a valuable contribution to the existing literature on this important artist. N° de réf. du libraire AAJ9780745334622

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