Marmion - Studies in Interpretation and Composition
|Author: ||Alexander, J.H.|
Explores the poem's thematic implications in great detail, and examines the aesthetic challenge posed by the unique structure of the poem. The second study offers an ordered account and interpretation of the changes which the work underwent in manuscript and proof, with the aim of exploring Scott’s method of composition and drawing further attention to the poem's aesthetic qualities.
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