Du refuge au ring : le statut de l’espace épistolaire chez quelques poètes romantiques anglais

Abstract : For the British Romantic poets, private letters often act as a creative laboratory, partly because a correspondence represents a form of shelter, as letters are addressed to friends and thus exclude literary critics, whose reviews were often extremely severe. However, since these poets also use their letters to talk about their compositions, they then tend to turn into the very literary critics they fear so much, and as a result their correspondence sometimes ends up looking more like an arena than like a shelter.
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Sylvie Crinquand. Du refuge au ring : le statut de l’espace épistolaire chez quelques poètes romantiques anglais. Les Correspondances entre écrivains au XIXe siècle, 2016, L'intime, ⟨https://preo.u-bourgogne.fr/intime/index.php?id=137⟩. ⟨halshs-01430053⟩

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