‘Transparent Peaks – Shelley’s Imperialism’

Abstract : This paper argues that Shelley’s radical refutation of tyranny in every form and his commitment to humanity are transparently visible in every line he wrote. It begins with an analysis of ‘The Assassins’ (1814), then looks at A Philosophical View of Reform, and concludes with Shelley’s deconstruction of imperialism in Prometheus Unbound.
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Madhu Benoit. ‘Transparent Peaks – Shelley’s Imperialism’. Transparence romantique, (dir.) Fabien Desset,, May 2012, Limoges, France. ⟨hal-02008677⟩

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