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Romantic Border Crossings

Romantic Border Crossings

Author: Larry Peer; Jeffrey Cass
Publisher: London Taylor and Francis 2016
Series: Nineteenth Century
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats

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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Larry Peer; Jeffrey Cass
ISBN: 9781317061601 1317061608 9780754660514 0754660516
OCLC Number: 1019829115
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (238 Seiten)
Contents: General Editors' Preface, Larry Peer; Introduction, Jeffrey Cass; Part 1 British Border Crossings; Chapter 1 Gateway to Heterotopia: Elsewhere on Stage, Frederick Burwick; Chapter 2 To Be and Not To Be: The Bounded Body and Embodied Boundary in Inchbald's A Simple Story, Valerie Henitiuk; Chapter 3 Byron Under the Black Flag, Talissa Ford; Part 2 Comparative Border Crossings; Chapter 4 Crossing Boundaries in Nerval's Voyage en Orient, Hugo Azerad; Chapter 5 Transgressions of Gender and Generation in the Families of Goethe's Meister, Ingrid Broszeit-Rieger; Chapter 6 Transcending Borders: Loss and Mourning in Gottfried August Burger's "Lenore", Gabriele Dillmann; Part 3 Historical Border Crossings; Chapter 7 Crossing from 'Jacobin' to 'Anti-Jacobin': Rethinking the Terms of English Jacobinism, Miriam L. Wallace; Chapter 8 Rhyming Reason: The Poetry of Early Psychiatrists, 1790-1830, Michelle Faubert; Chapter 9 Genre Crossings: Gothic Novels and the Borders of History, Bronwyn Rivers; Part 4 Pedagogical Border Crossings; Chapter 10 Teaching Orientalism through British Romantic Drama: Representations of Arabia, Marjean D. Purinton; Chapter 11 Crossing the Borders of Genre in Romantics Scholarship and the Classroom, Stephen C. Behrendt; Chapter 12 Learning from Excess: Emily Dickinson and Bettine von Arnim's Die Gunderode, Kari Lokke; Part 5 American and Transatlantic Border Crossings; Chapter 13 A Uniform Hieroglyphic: Crossing Race and Ethnicity in Whitman's Leaves of Grass (1855), Jeanne Cortiel; Chapter 14 Manifest Empire: Anglo-American Rivalry and the Shaping of U.S. Manifest Destiny, Sohui Lee; Chapter 15 Ample Make This Bed: Dickinson's Dying in Drama and Arnim's Liebestod, Lilach Lachman;
Series Title: Nineteenth Century


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