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Victorian Keats and romantic Carlyle : the fusions and confusions of literary periods

Victorian Keats and romantic Carlyle : the fusions and confusions of literary periods

Author: Cedric C Barfoot
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 1999.
Series: DQR studies in literature, 27.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

In this volume, some essays consider aspects of Keats or of Carlyle independently, or together, or focus on contemporaries of one or other or of both and explore the effect of their literary and  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cedric C Barfoot
ISBN: 9042005882 9789042005884 9042005785 9789042005785
OCLC Number: 247324243
Notes: Literaturangaben.
Description: 356 Seiten.
Contents: Introduction: Victorian Keats and Romantic Carlyle1 C.C. BARFOOT: Hyperion to a Satyr: Keats, Carlyle, and This Strange Disease of Modern Life 2 Aveek SEN: Keats and the Sublime3 Allan C. CHRISTENSEN: Newtonian and Goethean Colours in the Poetry of Keats4 Ralph PITE: Keats's Last Works and His Posthumous Existence5 Jacqueline SCHOEMAKER: Female Empathy to Manliness: Keats in 18196 Jane MALLINSON: Sure in Language Strange: John and Tom and Fanny and Emily7 Ralph JESSOP: Scottish Philosophical Springs of a Romantic Literature: Keats's Older Contemporary Carlyle8 Keith WHITE: Carlyle's Burns9 Helga HUSHAHN: Goethe Translated: Carlyle's Wilhelm Meister10 Margaret RUNDLE: Poised on the Cusp: Thomas Carlyle - Romantic, Victorian, or Both?11 Ann RIGNEY: The Multiple Histories of Thomas Carlyle12 Geraldine HIGGINS: Carlyle's Celtic Congregation: Reviving the Irish Hero13 Phillip MALLETT: Carlyle and Ruskin: Work and Art14 Karen WOLVEN: Ebenezer Elliott, The Corn-Law Rhymer: Poor Men Do Write - The Emergence of Class Identity within a Poetry of Transition15 Judith van OOSTEROM: Unlikely Bedfellows: Thomas Carlyle and Margaret Oliphant as Vulnerable Autobiographers16 Odin DEKKERS: Robertson on Carlyle: A Rationalist Struggling with Victorianism17 Douglas S. MACK: Frankenstein, The Three Perils of Woman, and Wuthering Heights: Romantic and Victorian Perspectives on the Fiction of James Hogg18 Bart VELDHOEN: Tennyson's Gothic: Idyllic, Unromantic Arthur19 Wim TIGGES: Heir of All the Ages: Tennyson between Romanticism, Victorianism and Modernism20 Valeria TINKLER-VILLANI: Atheism and Belief in Shelley, Swinburne and Christina RossettiNotes on ContributorsIndex
Series Title: DQR studies in literature, 27.
Responsibility: ed. by C.C. Barfoot.


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