The Magic Plant: The Growth of Shelley's Thought
University of North Carolina Press, 1936 - 450 psl.
This biography describes Shelley's life-in-thought. It dispels the popular conception of him as a vague dreamer and reveals a radical thinker passionately concerned with practical questions of politics, social abuses, and the underlying questions of good and evil, free will and determinism. The Shelley so revealed is a poet of greater range, insight, and power than has hitherto been acknowledged. Originally published in 1936.
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