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British Romanticism : Criticism and Debates

Author: Mark Canuel
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.
Series: Routledge criticism and debates in literature.
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"British Romanticism: Criticism and Debates combines a series of key classic essays from the past 25 years with newly written pieces offering fresh takes on Romantic literature. A detailed introduction accompanies each of the following sections: - Aesthetics and Literary Form - Audiences and Reading Publics - Authorship and Authority - Literature, Politics, and Ideology - Gender, Sexuality, and the Body - Racism,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Canuel
ISBN: 9780415523813 0415523818 9780415523820 0415523826
OCLC Number: 885377926
Description: xxi, 639 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: General introduction: the criticism of Romantic literature from the Victorians to post-historicism / Mark Canuel --
Part 1: Politics, ideology, and the literary --
Insight and oversight: reading "Tintern Abbey" / Marjorie Levinson --
Keats and critique / Paul Hamilton --
Byron's causes: the moral mechanics of Don Juan / James Chandler --
Stealing culture in the shadow of revolutions / Daniel O'Quinn --
Part 2: Aesthetics and literary form --
Local transcendence: cultural criticism, postmodernism, and the romanticism of detail / Alan Liu --
Historicism, deconstruction, and Wordsworth / Frances Ferguson --
Legislators of the post-everything world: Shelley's defense of Adorno / Robert Kaufman --
Utility, retribution, and Godwin's Caleb Williams / Mark Canuel --
Part 3: Audiences and reading publics --
The sense of an audience / Lucy Newlyn --
Theater as the school of virture / Ann K. Mellor --
Study to be quiet: Hannah More and the invention of conservative culture in Britain / Kevin Gilmartin --
Audience, irony, and Shelley / Andrew Franta --
Part 4: Authorship and authority --
From "national tale" to "historical novel": Edgeworth and Scott / Ina Ferris --
Keats's prescience / Andrew Bennett --
De Quincey's imperial systems / Anne Frey --
Milton unbound / Margaret Russett --
Part 5: Gender, sexuality, and the body --
Gendering the soul / Susan Wolfson --
The domestication of genius: Cowper and the rise of the suburban man / Andrew Elfenbein --
Sensibility, free indirect style and the Romantic technology of discretion / Clara Tuite --
Writing/ righting gender / Jacqueline M. Labbe --
Part 6: Racism, nationalism, imperialism --
Was Frankenstein's mother "a man and a brother"? / H.L. Malchow --
Blake and romantic imperialism / Sree Makdisi --
"Voices of dead complaint": colonial military disease narratives / Alan Bewell --
Ann Letitia Barbauld and the ethics of free trade imperialism / E.J. Clery --
Part 7: Affects and ethics --
Phantom feelings: emotional occupation in The Mysteries of Udolpho / Adela Pinch --
Female authorship, public fancy / Julie Ellison --
The art of knowing nothing: feminine melancholy and skeptical dispossession / Jacques Khalip --
The force of indirection: "Tintern Abbey" in the literary history of mood / David Collings --
Part 8: Religion and secularization --
The unknown God / Robert Ryan --
Wordsworth's chastened enthusiams / Jon Mee --
Godwin, Wollstonecraft, and the legacies of Dissent / Daniel E. White --
The entangled spirituality of "The Thorn" / Colin Jager --
Part 9: Modernity and postmodernity --
The romantic movement at the end of history / Jerome Christensen --
Everyday war / Mary Favret --
Modernity's other worlds / Ian Duncan --
Two pipers: romanticism, postmodernism, and the cliche / Orrin N.C. Wang --
Part 10: Sciences of mind, body, and nature --
Coleridge and the new unconscious / Alan Richardson --
John Clare's dark ecology / Timothy Morton --
The monster in the rainbow: Keats and the science of life / Denise Gigante --
Romantic transformation: literature and science / Sharon Ruston --
Part 11: Literature, media, mediation --
Ballads and bards: British romantic orality / Maureen McLane --
Processing / Andrew Piper --
If this is Enlightenment then what is Romanticism? / Cliffor Siskin and William Warner --
Romantic long poems in Victorian anthologies / Tom Mole.
Series Title: Routledge criticism and debates in literature.
Responsibility: edited by Mark Canuel.
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"British Romanticism: Criticism and Debates combines a series of key classic essays from the past 25 years with newly written pieces offering fresh takes on Romantic literature. A detailed introduction accompanies each of the following sections: - Aesthetics and Literary Form - Audiences and Reading Publics - Authorship and Authority - Literature, Politics, and Ideology - Gender, Sexuality, and the Body - Racism, Nationalism, Colonialism, Imperialism - The Emotions - Religion and Secularization - Modernity and Postmodernity - Sciences of Mind, Body, and Nature - Literature, Media, Mediation. Additional features include suggestions for further reading and an introduction on the history of interpreting Romantic literature. Designed to appeal to both undergraduate and postgraduate readers, this distinctive volume reflects the vibrant debates across Romantic Studies from the 1990s to the present"--

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