Collected Critical Writings
Edited by Kenneth Haynes
Table of Contents
Lords of Limit
1. Poetry as 'Menace' and 'Atonement'
2. The Absolute Reasonableness of Robert Southwell
3. 'The World's Proportion': Jonson's Dramatic Poetry in Sejanus and Catiline
4. 'The True Conduct of Human Judgment': Some Observations on Cymbeline
5. Jonathan Swift: The Poetry of 'Reaction'
6. Redeeming the Time
7. 'Perplexed Persistence': The Exemplary Failure of T. H. Green
8. What Devil Has Got Into John Ransom?
9. Our Word Is Our Bond
The Enemy's Country
10. Unhappy Circumstances
11. The Tartar's Bow and the Bow of Ulysses
12. Caveats Enough in their Own Walks
13. Dryden's Prize-Song
14. 'Envoi (1919)'
Style and Faith
15. Common Weal, Common Woe
16. Of Diligence and Jeopardy
17. Keeping to the Middle Way
18. A Pharisee to Pharisees
19. The Eloquence of Sober Truth
20. The Weight of the Word
21. Dividing Legacies
Inventions of Value
22. Translating Value: Marginal Observations on a Central Question
23. Language, Suffering, and Silence
24. Tacit Pledges
25. Gurney's 'Hobby'
26. Isaac Rosenberg, 1890-1918
27. Rhetorics of Value and Intrinsic Value
28. Poetry and Value
29. Alienated Majesty: Ralph W. Emerson
30. Alienated Majesty: Walt Whitman
31. Alienated Majesty: Gerard M. Hopkins
32. Word Value in F. H. Bradley and T. S. Eliot
33. Eros in F. H. Bradley and T. S. Eliot
34. A Postscript on Modernist Poetics