Revolutionary thinking at the end of the Eighteenth century
English writers to probe the riddle of human consciousness and the
which it might differ from 'Being' in a divine or universal sense.
In the first of two studies, John Beer traces this question in
writings by Blake, Coleridge and Wordsworth, and the impact of
their ideas on successors such as Keats, De Quincey, Byron and the
Shelleys. Relevance to later figures such as the Cambridge Apostles
and Tennyson is also discussed.
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