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Impossible Individuality : Romanticism, Revolution, and the Origins of Modern Selfhood, 1787-1802.

Author: Gerald N Izenberg
Publisher: Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2001.
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Studying major writers and philosophers--Schlegel and Schleiermacher in Germany, Wordsworth in England, and Chateaubriand in France--Gerald Izenberg shows how a combination of political, social, and psychological developments resulted in the modern concept of selfhood. More than a study of one national culture influencing another, this work goes to the heart of kindred intellectual processes in three European  Read more...
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Izenberg, Gerald N.
Impossible Individuality : Romanticism, Revolution, and the Origins of Modern Selfhood, 1787-1802.
Princeton : Princeton University Press, ©2001
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald N Izenberg
ISBN: 9781400820665 1400820669
OCLC Number: 700688628
Description: 1 online resource (367 pages)
Contents: Book Cover; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS.

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Studying major writers and philosophers--Schlegel and Schleiermacher in Germany, Wordsworth in England, and Chateaubriand in France--Gerald Izenberg shows how a combination of political, social, and psychological developments resulted in the modern concept of selfhood. More than a study of one national culture influencing another, this work goes to the heart of kindred intellectual processes in three European countries. Izenberg makes two persuasive and related arguments. The first is that the Romantics developed a new idea of the self as characterized by fundamentally opposing impulses: a dri.

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