The Text of Jeremiah; or a Critical Investigation of the by G.C. Workman

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But the thrush’s song is different from Hardy’s not merely because it is cheerier. It is different in kind, and this essential difference places Hardy at the edge of a region radically and disruptively beyond the interpenetrating correspondences of romantic poet and romantic nature. “There Was a Boy” describes a chain of reflections: heaven received into lake, lake received into boy. In “The Darkling Thrush,” there is no such continuity of correspondence. In Wordsworth’s passage, the pouring-in of sounds and scenes is an expansion of the self toward heaven, even as heaven extends itself into the self.

79, all emphasis mine) Hynes’ remarks elaborate the claim that impediment, like misrrutrriage, is a word that designates not so much a stylistic or evaluative limitation—a failure in the work—but a pervasive attribute of Hardy’s formal and thematic style. The poems are not only impeded from success, they are impeded in their execution (“working hard at not saying”) and lastly about impediments. In the attempt to adapt Hardy’s impediments to variously defined categories of “good writing” (those very categories that Eliot placed to one side in his own critique) the critics cited above ignore, perhaps inevitably, how the category “good writing” or “poetic success” must shift in order to accommodate the inclusion of these impediments.

Thus, it is as much his own sharp-featured form as the body of the century that he sees laid out beneath the leaden sky. ” But the thrush’s song is different from Hardy’s not merely because it is cheerier. It is different in kind, and this essential difference places Hardy at the edge of a region radically and disruptively beyond the interpenetrating correspondences of romantic poet and romantic nature. “There Was a Boy” describes a chain of reflections: heaven received into lake, lake received into boy.

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