A Defence of Poetry: an Essay: Easyread Comfort Edition
ReadHowYouWant.com, 2006 - 64 pagine
A brilliant piece of philosophical discussion that displays Shelley's intellect and imagination. The book asserts the "ideal nature and essential value" of poetry and is Shelley's most important prose work. His arguments are vividly and convincingly presented.
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