Semester One
Renaissance and Romantic Authors I
Spencer
1. The Faerie Queene
2. Fowre Hymnes
Shelley
3. The Witch of Altas
4. The Revolt of Islam
5. Epipsychidion
6. Prometheus
Milton
7. Paradise Lost
8. Comus
Byron
9. Cain
Coleridge
10. Christabel

Critical Approaches
Sidney
1. An Apology for Poetry
Jonson
2. Selection
Johnson
3. Preface to The Plays of William Shakespeare
Wordsworth
4. Preface to the Lyrical Ballads
Coleridge
5. extracts from Biographia Literaria
Shelley
6. Defence of Poetry

Renaissance and Romantic Forms
Keats
1. Endymion
Marlowe
2. Hero and Leander
Byron
3. Don Juan
Nashe
4. Unfortunate Traveller

[Recommended reading: Poetic Form and British Romanticism by Stuart Curran]


Semester Two

The Romantic Lyric: Keats and Shelley
Keats
1. Complete Poems, ed. John Barnard, 3rd ed. [Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1988]
Isabella, Eve of St. Agnes, Lamia, Odes, Hyperion, Fall of Hyperion
Shelley
1. Poetry and Prose, eds. Donald H. Reiman and Neil Fraistat, 2nd ed. [New York and London: Norton, 2002]
Odes, Adonais, The Triumph of Life

Cultural Contexts
Shakespeare
1. The Oxford Shakespeare: Complete Works, ed. Wells and Taylor, 2nd ed. [Oxford UP, 2005]
Marlowe
2. Tamburlaine (New Mermaid or Revel Plays)

Renaissance and Romantic Authors II

Coleridge
1. Richard II
Keats
2. Sonnets
3. Hyperion
4. The Fall of Hyperion
Shelley
5. Cenci
6. The Mask of Anarchy
Marlowe
7. Dr. Faustus
Goethe
8. Faust
Jonson
9. Masques
Wordsworth
10. Selections

[Recommended reading: William Shakespeare and the English Romantic Imagainato(J. Bate); Keats as a Reader of Shakespeare(R.S. White); Lectures of English Romantic Poets(William Hazlitt)]

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