This chapter analyzes the fate of the sentimental mode in the context of poetry. It suggests that many of the issues in Romantic poetry are similar those that have so far been considered, such as the characteristic features of mixed feelings, slippage of levels, and interchangeability of subject positions. It is just that these features tend to manifest differently in short works of verse.
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