The Genres of Thomson’s The Seasons

The Genres of Thomson’s The Seasons

Critics since the eighteenth century have puzzled over the form of James Thomson’s composite long poem, The Seasons (1730, 1744, 1746), its generically hybrid make-up, and its relationship to established genres both Classical and modern. The textual condition of the work is complicated by the fact that it started as a stand-alone poem, Winter (1726), but was subsequently expanded—as part of a revision process that lasted almost two decades—through the addition… (more)

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Publisher: Lehigh University Press (September 01, 2018)

Collection: Studies in Text & Print Culture

Page count: 250 pages

Language: English


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