This rendition or arrangement of thoughts in consideration of Wollstonecraft is similar to Blake’s perception of the empire and individualism. Blake’s perception is of the notion that individuals are connected and there are drastic elements to the human mind that warrant the falls of empires. Wollstonecraft, as you have noted, was very emotional and wrote accordingly. Barbauld, much like Wollstonecraft, speaks of romanticism as intimacy and introvertedness, like the idea of someone waking up on a winter day. This invigorating perception resonates with the human mind.


~ by boxcar9 on October 11, 2012.

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