- Title Pages
- Series Editor’s Preface
Chapter 1Lyric, Aestheticism and the Later Nineteenth Century
Chapter 2Metre and Temporality: Between Hegel and Benjamin
Chapter 3Painting, Music, Touch: D. G. Rossetti’s Ekphrasis and Competing Temporalities
Chapter 4Parnassus and Commodity Time
Chapter 5Form and Transaction: Lyric Touch
Chapter 6Arthur Symons and Decadent Lyric Phenomenology
Chapter 7‘Space, the Bound of a Solid’: Alice Meynell and Thomas Hardy
Chapter 8Desire Lines: Subjectivity and Collectivity
Chapter 9A. C. Swinburne in the Round: Drama, Personae and Lyric Subjectivity
Chapter 10Ezra Pound’s Troubadour Subject: Community, Form and ‘Lyric’ in Early Modernism
- The Lyric Poem and Aestheticism
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