Paradise Lost, Romanticism, Goethe, Percy Shelley, Bronte
Arts and Humanities | Comparative Literature
Part of an address during the dedication of the Ernest S. Bird Library at Syracuse University, Cecil Lang outlines his conception of "Romantic Chemistry," the distilled result of the monumental works of Romantic writers during the 18th century. Within this context, he discusses works from Milton, Goethe, and Bronte, among others.
Lang, Cecil Y. "Romantic Chemistry." A Commemorative Issue on the Dedication of the Ernest S. Bird Library. Spec. issue of The Courier 10.4 (1973): 35-46.