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The juvenile tradition : young writers and prolepsis, 1750-1835

Author: Laurie Langbauer
Publisher: Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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'The Juvenile Tradition' covers the late 18th and early 19th century, drawing on the history of childhood and child studies, along with reception study and audience history to recast literary history.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Laurie Langbauer
ISBN: 9780191802348 0191802344 0191059722 9780191059728
OCLC Number: 951230037
Notes: This edition previously issued in print: 2016.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: COVER; THE JUVENILE TRADITION: YOUNG WRITERS AND PROLEPSIS, 1750-1835 ; COPYRIGHT; DEDICATION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; CONTENTS ; INTRODUCTION: "TO FORETELL OUR LITERATURE WOULD BE TO CREATE IT"; PERCY AND MARY SHELLEY ; THE JUVENILE TRADITION; THIS WORK; CHAPTER 1: BACKGROUNDS AND TRADITIONS; THEORIES OF HISTORY AND YOUTH; MATERIAL CONDITIONS; CLASS AND GENIUS; PUBLICATION MECHANISMS AND EDUCATION; NEO-LATIN JUVENILIA; ENGLISH JUVENILIA; CHAPTER 2: "THE DARLYNGE OF FUTURITIE": THOMAS CHATTERTON AND THE TECHNOLOGIES OF JUVENILE PROLEPSIS; STARTING POINT AND SYMBOL; PRINT AND TECHNOLOGY MACHINERY AND INVENTION INFANT AUTHORS, MADD'NING FOR RENOWN; CHAPTER 3: PROLEPSIS AND THE TRADITION OF JUVENILE WRITING: HENRY KIRKE WHITE AND ROBERT SOUTHEY; JUVENILE WRITING AND PROLEPSIS; SOUTHEY AND WHITE; CHAPTER 4: LEIGH HUNT AND EDUCATION: "SCHOOL-TERMS AND A JUVENILE TIME OF LIFE"; HUNT'S JUVENILIA; EDUCATIONAL REFORM; MONITORIAL EDUCATION; RHETORICAL STRATEGIES; VERNACULAR EDUCATION; CHRIST'S HOSPITAL; YOUNG ROSCIUS; GROWN CHILDREN; CHAPTER 5: THE ROMANCE OF YOUTH: JANE AUSTEN, PROPHECY, AND "THE NATURAL SEQUEL OF AN UNNATURAL BEGINNING"; THE PERSISTENCE OF ROMANCE THE ROMANCE OF YOUTH"THE MOST THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF HUMAN NATURE"; HISTORY; SATIRE; OPEN-ENDED PROLEPSIS; CONCLUSION: WHAT NEXT? FELICIA HEMANS AND THE CHANGING MEANING OF JUVENILE WRITING; SCHOOLBOY TRAINING; PRIZE POEMS; BROTHER AND SISTER; POETESSES; LITERARY ANNUALS; EDUCATION; THE FUTURE OF THE TRADITION; BIBLIOGRAPHY; FULL TITLES OF EIGHTEENTH- AND NINETEENTH-CENTURY JOURNALS AND NEWSPAPERS CITED; FULL TITLES OF TWENTIETH- AND TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY JOURNALS AND NEWSPAPERS CITED; ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES (THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL) OPEN SOURCE ONLINE ARCHIVESWORKS CITED; INDEX
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