Michael Neve, 21 October 1982
Show More The Ferment of Knowledge: Studies in the Historiography of 18th-Century Science edited by G.S. Rousseau and R.S. Porter.
Cambridge, 500 pp., £25, November 1980, 9780521225991Show More
Romanticism and the Forms of Ruin by Thomas McFarland.
Princeton, 432 pp., £24.60, February 1981, 0 691 06437 7Show More
Poetry realised in Nature: Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Early 19th-Century Science by Trevor Levere.
Cambridge, 271 pp., £22.50, October 1981, 0 521 23920 6Show More
Coleridge by Richard Holmes.
Oxford, 102 pp., £1.25, March 1982, 0 19 287591 4Show More
Young Charles Lamb 1775-1802 by Winifred Courtney.
Macmillan, 411 pp., £25, July 1982, 0 333 31534 0Show More
“... considerably smaller than the house in Covent Garden where De Quincey wrote his Confessions. Winifred Courtney has not written a biography for the general reader, partly because of her devotion to Lamb, which produces a book that is extremely detailed, and not governed by a clear theme. She points out that the last biography of Lamb was that of ...”