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Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)

Auteur de The Complete Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley

462+ oeuvres 6,828 utilisateurs 64 critiques 51 Favoris

A propos de l'auteur

Born in Field Place, near Horsham in Sussex, Shelley was educated at Syon House Academy and Eton, where he acquired the sobriquet "Mad Shelley" for his independent spirit. While at Eton he published Zastrozzi (1810), a Gothic novel. Expelled from Oxford because he refused to retract his atheistic afficher plus beliefs, Shelley quarreled with his wealthy father and was banished from home. Shelley married impulsively and then abandoned his young wife to run off to Italy with the 16-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (the daughter of the radical feminist and the anarchist philosopher, who was eventually to write Frankenstein). While in Italy, Shelley became close friends with Byron, and the two became objects of endless, notorious rumor. Shelley's personal character was revered by almost everyone who knew him. Extremely generous toward others, frugal with himself, he strove tirelessly for the betterment of humanity. Prometheus Unbound (1820), a lyrical drama in four acts, calls for the regeneration of society through love and for the destruction of all repressive institutions. The Cenci (1819), a verse drama based on real events, is one of the few plays from the romantic period still produced. Shelley's lyrics are marvelously varied and rich in sound and rhythm. Wordsworth regarded him as the best artist among living poets.Adonais (1821), written to honor the memory of John Keats, is one of the supreme elegies in English.The Triumph of Life, which was left incomplete at his death, has been hailed by T. S. Eliot as the nearest approach in English to Dante (see Vol. 2). The "Ode to the West Wind" and "To a Skylark" are anthologized everywhere. Shelley's early death by drowning ended his career just as it was coming into full flower. A revolutionary in his art and life, Shelley is considered by many to be an inspired polemicist and poetic genius. As one of his contemporaries wrote in Etonian (1821), "He is one of the many whom we cannot read without wonder, or without pain. . . ." (Bowker Author Biography) afficher moins
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Œuvres de Percy Bysshe Shelley

The Complete Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1919) 700 exemplaires, 8 critiques
The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1844) 361 exemplaires, 2 critiques
Complete Poems of Keats and Shelley (1817) 329 exemplaires, 1 critique
Poems of Byron, Keats, and Shelley (1966) 300 exemplaires, 2 critiques
Ode to the West Wind and Other Poems (1993) 254 exemplaires
Shelley: Selected Poetry (Penguin Poetry Library) (1985) 237 exemplaires, 1 critique
Shelley: Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets) (1993) 204 exemplaires, 3 critiques
Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1904) 127 exemplaires, 1 critique
Ozymandias (1999) 89 exemplaires
Selected Poems (1913) 77 exemplaires
Zastrozzi - St Irvynne (1986) 70 exemplaires, 1 critique
Prometheus Bound and Prometheus Unbound (1926) 68 exemplaires, 2 critiques
Zastrozzi (1810) 64 exemplaires, 2 critiques
Collected Poems (2008) 60 exemplaires
Défense de la poésie (1955) 59 exemplaires
Adonais (1984) 42 exemplaires, 4 critiques
Poetical Works (Oxford Paperbacks) (1970) 41 exemplaires
Shelley (1962) 35 exemplaires
The Works of P. B. Shelley (1951) 33 exemplaires
Poesie (1925) 32 exemplaires
The Poems of P.B. Shelley (1971) 30 exemplaires
The Poetry of Percy Shelley (2018) 28 exemplaires
The Complete Works of P.B. Shelley (English poets) (1923) 24 exemplaires, 1 critique
Shelley on Love: An Anthology (1980) 24 exemplaires
Shelley: Poetical Works (1970) 22 exemplaires
St. Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian (1810) 21 exemplaires
Percy Bysshe Shelley: An Anthology (1989) 21 exemplaires
To a Sky-lark (Phoenix 60p paperbacks) (1996) 19 exemplaires, 1 critique
Poems and Lyrics (1934) 19 exemplaires
The sensitive plant (1898) 19 exemplaires, 1 critique
Queen Mab (1990) 17 exemplaires, 2 critiques
The Mask of Anarchy (1973) 17 exemplaires
Ode to the West Wind (1992) 16 exemplaires
Shelley: Poems 16 exemplaires
No despertéis a la serpiente (1997) 14 exemplaires, 1 critique
The Odes of Keats and Shelley (1937) 13 exemplaires
Selected Poems (Classics S) (1954) 12 exemplaires
Adonais y otros poemas breves (1978) 12 exemplaires
Essays and Letters (1887) 12 exemplaires
Rosalind And Helen (1975) 10 exemplaires
Defence of Poetry and the Four Ages of Poetry (1965) 10 exemplaires, 1 critique
Epipsychidion (1821) 10 exemplaires
The Revolt Of Islam (1818) 9 exemplaires, 1 critique
Poems (Endymion series) (1979) 8 exemplaires
The Witch of Atlas (2008) 8 exemplaires, 1 critique
Love's Philosophy (First Poems) (1992) 8 exemplaires, 1 critique
S.T. Irvine O El Rosacruz (2002) 8 exemplaires, 1 critique
Hellas - A Lyrical Drama (1975) 8 exemplaires
Alastor or the Spirit of Solitude (1995) 7 exemplaires, 1 critique
Peter Bell the Third (2004) 6 exemplaires, 1 critique
The Daemon of the World (2009) 6 exemplaires
Fantasmagoriana {Byron, et al.} (1998) — Contributeur — 6 exemplaires
Opere (1995) 6 exemplaires
Shelley's Lost Letters to Harriet (1930) 6 exemplaires
Defesa da poesia (2001) 5 exemplaires
LYRICS AND SHORTER POEMS (1907) 5 exemplaires
Mont Blanc (1996) 5 exemplaires
Shelley in Italy; (2021) 4 exemplaires
Percy Bysshe Shelley (1998) 4 exemplaires
Great Poets : Shelley (2008) 4 exemplaires, 1 critique
Poems from Shelley and Keats (1900) 4 exemplaires
Poemas de convivencia (2019) 4 exemplaires
Prometeo slegato (1997) 4 exemplaires
An Address to the Irish People (1890) 4 exemplaires
Poemetti e liriche 4 exemplaires
Shelley and His Circle, 1773-1822, Volumes 1 and 2 (1961) — Auteur — 4 exemplaires
Selected prose works of Shelley (1915) 3 exemplaires
Poetry and Prose 3 exemplaires
Der entfesselte Prometheus (1820) — Auteur — 3 exemplaires
La difesa della poesia (2008) 3 exemplaires
A philosophical view of reform (2007) 3 exemplaires
Poetry of Shelley (1996) 3 exemplaires
La necessità dell'ateismo (2012) 3 exemplaires
Dichtungen (2018) — Auteur — 3 exemplaires
Come un fruscio d'ali 3 exemplaires
Shelley versei (1992) 3 exemplaires
Selected Poems (Classics) (1954) 3 exemplaires
Poems by Shelley 2 exemplaires
Saggio sul diavolo (2013) 2 exemplaires
Relics Of Shelley 2 exemplaires
Selected Poems (Classics S) (1954) 2 exemplaires
El triunfo de la vida (2022) 2 exemplaires
Ensayos Escogidos (2013) 2 exemplaires, 1 critique
Gems from Shelley 2 exemplaires
Liriche e frammenti 2 exemplaires
The poetical works 2 exemplaires
The Shelley Papers 2 exemplaires
To a Skylark [poem] 2 exemplaires, 1 critique
Poems of Keats & Shelley (1820) 2 exemplaires
The Triumph of Life (2015) 2 exemplaires
Poems 2 exemplaires
Opere poetiche (2018) 2 exemplaires
Shelley Poetical Works 2 exemplaires
Love Poems Of Shelley 2 exemplaires
Poems 2 exemplaires
De l'amour (1991) 2 exemplaires
Shelley's Works 2 exemplaires
Julian And Maddalo A Conversation (2004) 2 exemplaires, 1 critique
Selected Lyrics 2 exemplaires
Poesia 2 exemplaires
Luuletusi 2 exemplaires
Poèmes (1970) 2 exemplaires
Two essays on vegetarianism (1975) 2 exemplaires
Shelley's Critical Prose (1967) 2 exemplaires
The Reader's Shelley (1942) 2 exemplaires
Lyrika 2 exemplaires
England in 1819 2 exemplaires, 1 critique
Poems from Shelley 2 exemplaires
Shelley's Letters 1 exemplaire
Poems of Shelley 1 exemplaire
Selections from Poems (2003) 1 exemplaire
Prometeo libertado 1 exemplaire
Keats and Shelley 1 exemplaire
Shelley and Keats (1925) 1 exemplaire
Shelleyn runoja 1 exemplaire
The Select Works 1 exemplaire
Poetical Works (1910) 1 exemplaire
POESIE (SHELLEY) 1000 1 exemplaire
Selected works 1 exemplaire
The best of Shelley 1 exemplaire
Shelley's Poems 1 exemplaire
Shelley's Adonais 1 exemplaire
Shelly 1 exemplaire
Triunfo da Vida, O (2001) 1 exemplaire
Prose Works (2017) 1 exemplaire
On the Vegetable System of Diet (1947) 1 exemplaire
Upper school poems 1 exemplaire
Shelley. Liriche. 1 exemplaire
Shelley The Cameo Poets (1910) 1 exemplaire
Beatrice Cenci 1 exemplaire
Poems 1 exemplaire
Shelley and His Circle, 1773-1822, Volumes 9 and 10 (2002) — Auteur — 1 exemplaire
The Poems of Shelley (1961) 1 exemplaire
Poems of 1 exemplaire
Shelley and His Circle, 1773-1822, Volumes 7 and 8 (1986) — Auteur — 1 exemplaire
Shelley, Poems of 1 exemplaire
The Wandering Jew: A Poem (1975) 1 exemplaire
Den følende Blomst 1 exemplaire
Shelley and His Circle (Volumes Three and Four) (1970) — Auteur — 1 exemplaire
Shelley and His Circle, 1773-1822, Volumes 5 and 6 (1973) — Auteur — 1 exemplaire
La sensitiva (Italian Edition) (2019) 1 exemplaire
In difesa della poesia (2019) 1 exemplaire
POESIE 1991 (1900) 1 exemplaire
Shelley - A Selection (2009) 1 exemplaire
Oeuvres choisies 1 exemplaire
Poesie e lettere scelte (1996) 1 exemplaire
Œuvres choisies 1 exemplaire
Shelley Day by Day; (2016) 1 exemplaire
Selected Poems (unabridged) (1993) 1 exemplaire
Άδωνις 1 exemplaire
Early Poems (1888) 1 exemplaire
Poemi e canti 1 exemplaire
Valik lüürikat (1998) 1 exemplaire
Poems of Shelley 1 exemplaire
Flowers of Fancy (1891) 1 exemplaire
Six hymns of Homer 1 exemplaire
Shelley: A Selection 1 exemplaire
Everyman's library 1 exemplaire
Prologue to Hellas 1 exemplaire
Lyrical poems 1 exemplaire
The Assassins (2011) 1 exemplaire
Den sarte mimosa 1 exemplaire
Shelley - Dichtungen 1 exemplaire
Výbor lyriky 1 exemplaire
Song to the Men of England {poem} 1 exemplaire, 1 critique
Poezje wybrane 1 exemplaire
Il trionfo della vita 1 exemplaire
雲 The Cloud 1 exemplaire

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Nom canonique
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Nom légal
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Date de naissance
1792-08-04
Date de décès
1822-07-08
Lieu de sépulture
Rome, Italië
Sexe
male
Nationalité
Verenigd Koninkrijk
Pays (pour la carte)
England, UK
Lieu de naissance
Horsham, Sussex, England, UK
Lieu du décès
Lerici, Sardinia, Italy
Cause du décès
Drowned
Lieux de résidence
Field Place, Sussex, England, UK
Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
Casa Magni, Bay of Spezia, Italy
Villa Diodati, Lake Geneva, Switzerland
Études
Sion House School, Brentford, Middlesex, England, UK
Eton College
Oxford University (University College)
Professions
poet
essayist
Relations
Shelley, Mary (echtgenote)
Wurdemann, Audrey (achter-achterkleinkind)
Hunt, Leigh (vriend)
Wollstonecraft, Mary (schoonmoeder)
Godwin, William (schoonvader)
Courte biographie
Percy Bysshe Shelley was born near Horsham, Sussex, England to an aristocratic family. The eldest of six siblings, he was the heir to his grandfather’s considerable estates and his father's seat in Parliament. He attended Syon House Academy and Eton College (where he was miserable) before a brief spell at Oxford University. His first publication was Zastrozzi (1810), a Gothic novel. With his sister Elizabeth, he published Original Poetry by Victor and Cazire. A pamphlet that he wrote and circulated on "The Necessity of Atheism" resulted in his expulsion from Oxford. At age 19, he eloped to Scotland with 16-year-old Harriet Westbrook. Estranged from his father, he went to live in the Lake District of England and in Ireland. Two years later he published his first long serious work, Queen Mab: A Philosophical Poem. His friendship with the philosopher William Godwin in London led to meeting and falling in love with Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, his daughter. In 1814, Shelley and Mary eloped to Europe, but they returned after six weeks for lack of funds. They married in 1816 after Harriet Shelley was found drowned, an apparent suicide. Early in 1818, he and Mary left England forever. During the remaining four years of his life, he produced all his major works, including Prometheus Unbound (1820). Today he is considered one of the finest lyric poets in the English language. The Shelleys traveled and lived in various Italian cities and were part of a circle of Romantic poets and writers including Lord Byron and Leigh Hunt. In 1822, less than a month before his 30th birthday, Shelley was drowned in a storm while trying to sail his schooner from Livorno (Leghorn) to La Spezia, Italy. He was cremated and his ashes buried in the Protestant Cemetery in Rome.

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Prometheus Bounds was extraordinary. Prometheus Unbound, 3.5? Very good but dragged on a bit, I could have done without most of Act IV
 
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diveteamzissou | 1 autre critique | May 6, 2024 |
First: The edition is a little rough; paging is broken up by what appears to the the original print pagination; there are also a few minor typographical errors, but nothing (that seems) to change the intended meaning.

On arguments are nothing new to a modern reader on religion and atheism, but it is worthwhile to read to see a historical snapshot in the evolution of such ideas.
 
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dcunning11235 | 3 autres critiques | Aug 12, 2023 |
Percy Bysshe Shelley nacque il 4 agosto del 1792. Un vero e proprio rivoluzionario avanti lettera. Suo padre era un ricco esponente dell'aristocrazia e membro del Parlamento. Aveva messo da parte per suo figlio una grossa fortuna, ma lui non ne volle sapere di studiare e si fece espellere dall'università di Oxford per avere scritto un libello che fece scalpore intitolato "Necessità dell'ateismo".

Gli venne offerta la possibilità di ritrarre quello che aveva scritto ma egli rifiuto' e a soli 19 anni se ne scappo' con una ragazza di 16 anni, figlia di un semplice oste. Fu diseredato e da quel punto ebbe iniziò la sua vita avventurosa che, come i romantici dell'epoca, fu tutto un romanzo.

Non sembri strano l'accostamento che sto per fare per l'occasione di questo anniversario, ma questa poesia di Shelley mi offre la possibilità di parlare di un aspetto caratteristico della Rete e quindi dei siti sociali: la loro mutabilità. Come quella che, appunto, il giovane poeta Shelley intravede nelle "nuvole".

Esse appaiono nel cielo scintillanti di giorno per poi scomparire nella notte. Il tutto avviene improvvisamente, alla stessa maniera in cui appare e scompare la vita umana. Esse sono simili ai suoni, alle melodie di uno strumento, la lira, che emette toni diversi per diverse esperienze.

Le nuvole scorrono sullo schermo del cielo, sia che noi siamo svegli o addormentati. Pensieri vaganti e volubili ci accompagnano e interferiscono nella nostra mente, spesso alterando anche la nostra felicità. Esse, nell'apparire e scomparire, ci somigliano, siamo come loro. Mutevoli e sfuggenti.

Non pensate, allora, che le nuvole siano come i "post" che appaiono in Rete, che scorrono incessantemente sullo stream di G+, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest e i tanti altri percorsi comunicativi che troviamo in Rete? Proprio come le "nuvole". Ecco la poesia:

We are as clouds that veil the midnight moon;
How restlessly they speed, and gleam, and quiver,

Streaking the darkness radiantly! —yet soon
Night closes round, and they are lost forever:

Or like forgotten lyres, whose dissonant strings
Give various response to each varying blast,
To whose frail frame no second motion brings
One mood or modulation like the last.

We rest.—A dream has power to poison sleep;
We rise.—One wandering thought pollutes the day;
We feel, conceive or reason, laugh or weep;
Embrace fond woe, or cast our cares away:

It is the same!—For, be it joy or sorrow,
The path of its departure still is free:
Man's yesterday may ne'er be like his morrow;
Nought may endure but Mutability.

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Mutabilità

Noi siamo come nuvole che velano la luna a mezzanotte;
Così irrequiete sfrecciano, sfavillano, fremono,
striando l'oscurità radiosamente! - eppure, subito
la notte si richiude intorno e le cancella:

o come dimenticate lire, le cui corde dissonanti
danno, a ogni diverso soffio del vento, una risposta nuova,
alla cui fragile struttura nessuna vibrazione nuova apporta
un tono o una modulazione simile all'ultimo.

Noi riposiamo, e un sogno ha la forza di avvelenarci il sonno.
Ci alziamo, e un pensiero errante può inquinare il giorno.
Sentiamo, concepiamo o ragioniamo, ridiamo o piangiamo,
ci disperiamo, o gettiamo via ogni affanno:

è tutto uguale! Sia una gioia che un dolore,
il percorso da compiere dal suo abbandono non si è ancora concluso:
l'ieri dell'uomo non può mai essere simile al domani;
niente nel mondo può durare, eccetto la Mutabilità.

Alla tipica maniera romantica, il poeta Shelley subito colloca l'uomo nella sua giusta dimensione: "Siamo nuvole" egli dice. E poi subito aggiunge qualcosa alla caratteristica di essere umani quando paragona gli uomini a cose inventate, usando la similitudine delle "lire dimenticate".

Lo scopo è quello di mettere in evidenza l'eterna condizione umana soggetta al mutamento, al cambiamento. Una condizione sia naturale, come le nuvole che ora sono qui, ora altrove, ora in una forma, in un momento in un'altra, pronte anche a sparire per sempre. E poi, quella lira, dai toni mutevoli, soggetta a stimoli diversi.

Tutto è cambiamento. Proprio come i post, i messaggi, le comunicazioni che scorrono sullo schermo del pc, del cell e di tutti gli altri gadget dedicati alla comunicazione. Tutto scorre, tutto cambia, tutto si trasforma, si confonde, si disperde in una "nuvola" che fa "memoria", si gonfia sempre di più, inconstante, incontrollata e incontrollabile.

Nell'universo romantico di Shelley le nuvole assumono la dimensione dei pensieri e delle emozioni che appaiono e scompaiono nella mente degli uomini. Nell'universo digitale della Rete, i post, i messaggi, le comunicazioni, fatti di invisibili "bits & bytes", proprio come le nuvole, restano pensieri ed emozioni nella grande "bolla" di Google.

Essa tutto inghiotte e tutto restituisce, vera e propria "world wide mind", una Rete che diventa Mente. Sempre eguale a se stessa, ma sempre diversa, perché continuamente alimentata, trasformata, modificata dagli uomini. Proprio come la mente umana. Condannata alla "mutabilità".
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AntonioGallo | 7 autres critiques | Aug 3, 2023 |
 
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Œuvres
462
Aussi par
68
Membres
6,828
Popularité
#3,578
Évaluation
3.9
Critiques
64
ISBN
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Langues
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Favoris
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