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Placing and displacing romanticism

Author: Peter J Kitson
Publisher: Aldershot [u.a.] : Ashgate, 2001.
Series: The nineteenth century
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The essays in this volume interpret the critical issues of "place" and "displacement", "placing" and "displacing" in their figurative and their literal senses. They argue that Romantic texts are  Read more...

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Named Person: William Wordsworth; Robert Southey; John Keats
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter J Kitson
ISBN: 0754606023 9780754606024
OCLC Number: 231926285
Description: XV, 232 S. : ill.
Contents: Placing and displacing Romanticism, Peter J. Kitson; cultivating Margaret's garden - Wordsworthian "nature" and the quest for historical "difference", Paul D. Sheats; Wordsworth's "The Haunted Tree" and the sexual politics of landscape, Tim Fulford; John Clare's gypsies - problems of placement and displacement in romantic critical practice, Philip Martin; how Wordsworth keeps his audience fit, Lucy Newlyn; Jacobin Romanticism - John Thelwall's "Wye" essay and "Pedestrian Excursion" (1797-1801), Michael Scrivener; patriot poetics and the romantic national epic - placing and displacing Southey's "Joan of Arc", Lynda Pratt; re-placing Waterloo - Southey's vision of command, Philip Shaw; subverting the command of place - panorama and the Romantics, Michael Charlesworth; displacing Romanticism -Anna Seward, Joseph Weston, and the unschooled sons of genius, John Williams; placing and displacing Keats, Michael O'Neill; masking in Keats, Thomas McFarland; locationary acts - Blake's "Jerusalem" and Holderlin's "Patmos", Angela Esterhammer; the Romantics - cosmopolitans or nationalists?, Mary Anne Perkins; romantic displacements - representing cannibalism, Peter J. Kitson.
Series Title: The nineteenth century
Responsibility: ed. by Peter J. Kitson.

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