Edinburgh Review,  1 (1802–03), 63–83.

Art. VIII. [Review of Thalaba the Destroyer, by Robert Southey]

[Francis Jeffrey] *



Publications reviewed:

Southey 1801


Horticulture, Acclimatization, Climatology

    Observes that English blank odes, sapphics, and dactylics have been considered 'as a species of monsters, or exotics, that were not very likely to propagate, or thrive, in so unpropitious a climate', but that Robert Southey 'has made a vigorous effort for their naturalization, and generously endangered his own reputation in [sic] their behalf' (72).

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