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Unusual SuspectsPitt's Reign of Alarm and the Lost Generation of the 1790s$
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Kenneth R. Johnston

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199657803

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199657803.001.0001

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(p.224) (p.225) Part VI The Romantic Poets, the Police, and the State of Alarm

(p.224) (p.225) Part VI The Romantic Poets, the Police, and the State of Alarm

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Unusual Suspects
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DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199657803.011.0008

Keywords:   Unusual suspects, Lost generation, 1790s, Alfoxden House, John Thelwall, Thomas Poole, ‘Spy Nozy’ (Spinoza), Coleridge

Keywords:   Coleridge, Thelwall, Poetic influence on Wordsworth, Common language poetry, State treason

Keywords:   wordsworth, coleridge, germany, romantic poets, T. S. Eliot

Keywords:   rebellious youth, robert southey, coleridge, pantisocracy, radical newspaper verse

Keywords:   Charles Lloyd, Romantic essayists, Mary Lamb, The Albion , George Canning, Alarmism, Terrorism, Satire, Political honesty, Conspiracy

Keywords:   Excise Office, Robert Burns, Scottish aristocracy, Political conduct, Debtors’ prison, Scottish folk songs, Self-censorship

Keywords:   Blake, Sedition, Charles Lennox, American Revolution, Political paranoia, Entrapment

Keywords:   Alarmism, English literature, McCarthyism, William Pitt, Romantic literature

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