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  1. says:

    Paul Foot has done a fantastic job in this book of correcting our historical view of Shelley.He describes the historical background to Shelley s writings, putting them very much in context and brining the man to life as a real person Shelley was an atheist before Darwin, a feminist before Pankhurst and a Marxist before Marx they called them Levellers in those days Foot describes how Shelley was alternately adopted by the Socialists and then abandoned by them and how he was idolised but very heavily censored b...


  2. says:

    Great interpretation of Shelley as revolutionary socialist, drawing from many sources both positive and negative Concise and accessible Fascinating and rousing stuff


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    One of the most important books I ve ever read Shelley was at once a leveller, reformer, feminist and tireless revolutionary He was not just an agitator He was perhaps the most eloquent agitator of all time That identity propelled his poetry to what it is his politics and prose at once the yang and the yin of his creativity, his practical reality and the substance of his unending faith in humanity, and its innate natural goodness despite what kings, priests and statesmen have ingrained as natural human behaviour in the general psyche since the first ages of agricultural and iron.His ideals propelled his work Though this inseparable fact of Shelley was purposely, and maliciously conceited and censored by the establishment academia and the so called Shelley Society in the century and decades since Refusing to accept his politics with his poetry, for they were shills of the oppressive time that was his context, and the contexts ever since Where Shelley has become and relevant For he was a man ahead of his time.In the end he did all that he could, as did Mary Shelley Beset by terrible personal tragedy, and throttled within the confines of the tyrannical oppression and the poverty of their day, the misery that Shelley perceived and unleashed in empathetic poetic introspection of the species and society, they did all that they could do And that is enough....


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