In this book colour words as used in the poetry of Keats, Browning and Hopkins become crucial indicators of a way of looking at the nineteenth-century world. The author traces the forging of language that mediates between a system of values and the flux of experience.
color experience John Keats language media poetry Romanticism
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1.University of GlasgowUK
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