Young and Gray as examples of the proto-Romantic subjectivity we began discussing in Collins and Thomson. Ideas of the sublime. Burke on delight vs. pleasure. Young on the creative power of the senses: what they "half create" as NIght VII puts it. "Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College" compared to "Cooper's Hill" and to Steely Dan (though no one caught the allusion). Why the alumni office doesn't want this poem taught: "Fields beloved in vain."