How To Use Wordsworthian In A Sentence
- Taken verbally as well as ontologically, then, and directed back into romanticism, Agamben would thus help rethink Wordsworthian imminence as a kind of immanence in its own enunciative right. Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian
- It should have been less Wordsworthian; it's unclassifiable.
- Her use of the word "dreary" is a clever utilization of a subjective adjective (and a very Wordsworthian one). Wordsworth, the _Lyrical Ballads_, and Literary and Social Reform in Nineteenth Century America
- I see a Wordsworthian version of Romantic historicism as self-reflexive, operating within the competing temporalities of modernity.
- She also nullifies the Napoleonic hero (Byron, in biographical readings) and the Wordsworthian ideal as well: the innocence of youth "trailing clouds of glory" is demythisized in Wordsworth's own Lake District landscape in favor of Godwinian education. Radical Imaginings: Mary Shelley's The Last Man
- Member; that sort distinguished from the wordsworthian or egotistical sublime, which is a thing per se and stands alone), it is not itself — it has no self — it is everything and nothing — It has no character — it enjoys light and shade; it lives in gusto, be it foul or fair, high or low, rich or poor, mean or elevated. Subjecticity (On Kant and the Texture of Romanticism)