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Charlotte Smith in British romanticism

Author: Jacqueline M Labbe
Publisher: London : Pickering [and] Chatto, 2008.
Series: The Enlightenment world. Political and intellectual history of the long eighteenth century, no. 5
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Charlotte Smith's early sonnets established the genre as a Romantic form; her novels advanced sensibility beyond its reliance on emotional facility; and her blank verse initiated one of the most  Read more...

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Named Person: Charlotte Turner Smith; Charlotte Turner Smith
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacqueline M Labbe
ISBN: 9781851969456 1851969454
OCLC Number: 760636020
Description: ix, 275 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction Part I: Advancing Poetry 1 'Herself [...] Fills The Foreground': Negotiating Autobiography in The Elegiac Sonnets and The Emigrants - Kerri Andrews 2 From Nosegay to Specimen Cabinet: Charlotte Smith and The Labour Of Collecting - Dahlia Porter 3 The Figure of the Hermit In Charlotte Smith's Beachy Head - Kari Lokke 4 The Subject Of Beachy Head - Christoph Bode Part II: Writing Only To Live: Novels 5 'The Slight Skirmishing Of A Novel Writer': Charlotte Smith and the American War Of Independence - Barbara Tarling 6 Charlotte Smith, The Godwin Circle, and the Proliferation of Speakers in The Young Philosopher - A A Markley 7 The Alien Act and Negative Cosmopolitanism in Letters Of A Solitary Wanderer - Amy Garnai 8 Narrating Seduction: Charlotte Smith and Jane Austen - Jacqueline Labbe 9 Charlotte Smith's The Banished Man in French Translation; or, The Politics of Novel-Writing during the French Revolution - Katherine Astbury Part III: Private Theatricals And Posthumous Lives 10 'This Village Wonder': Charlotte Smith's What Is She? and the Ideological Comedy of Curiosity - Diego Saglia 11 Recovering Charlotte Smith's Letters: A History, With Lessons - Judith Phillips Stanton 12 Intertextualities - Stuart Curran 13 Charlotte Smith, Women Poets, and the Culture of Celebrity - Stephen C Behrendt 14 'Tell My Name To Distant Ages': The Literary Fate of Charlotte Smith - Louise Duckling
Series Title: The Enlightenment world. Political and intellectual history of the long eighteenth century, no. 5
Responsibility: edited by Jacqueline Labbe.

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'Contextualizing Smith as a writer in various genres - poetry, novels, plays, children's literature, letters - and as a major voice in Romanticism, Labbe has put together an accessible collection Read more...

 
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