“Pictures” and “Signs”: Creative Thinking in Percy Bysshe Shelley’s Prose

Percy Bysshe Shelley is best-known as a poet, but his prose writings were extensive and powerful. In his plenary lecture at the Shelley Conference 2017, Professor Michael O’Neill explores how Shelley’s metaphysical, polemical and religious writings convey a “drama of thought.”

This video is shared courtesy of Graham Henderson. You can read his extensive summary of Michael O’Neill’s lecture, and his reflections on Shelley’s prose, on his blog.


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