The Oxford Handbook of British Romanticism (inbunden)
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The Oxford Handbook of British Romanticism (inbunden)

The Oxford Handbook of British Romanticism

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This Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of British Romantic literature and an authoritative guide to all aspects of the movement including its historical, cultural, and intellectual contexts, and its connections with the literature and thought of other countries. All the major Romantic writers are covered alongside lesser known writers.
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David Duff is Professor of Romanticism at Queen Mary University of London and founder-director of the London-Paris Romanticism Seminar. He is the author of Romance and Revolution: Shelley and the Politics of a Genre (1994) and Romanticism and the Uses of Genre (OUP, 2009), which won the ESSE Book Award for Literatures in the English Language. His edited books include Modern Genre Theory (2000), Scotland, Ireland, and the Romantic Aesthetic (2007, with Catherine Jones), and the forthcoming Oxford Anthology of Romanticism. He is currently researching the literary history of the prospectus.


David Duff: Introduction Part I: Historical Phases 1: Nick Groom: Romanticism before 1789 2: Jon Mee: The Revolutionary Decade 3: Simon Bainbridge: The New Century: 1800-1815 4: Kelvin Everest: Post-war Romanticism 5: Angela Esterhammer: The 1820s and Beyond Part II: Region and Nation 6: Fiona Stafford: England and Englishness 7: Penny Fielding: Scotland and the North 8: Mary-Ann Constantine: Wales and the West 9: Jim Kelly: Ireland and Union Part III: Hierarchies 10: Michael Bradshaw: Romantic Generations 11: Brian Goldbery: Poetry and Social Class 12: Gary Kelly: The Spectrum of Fiction 13: Anna Mellor: Gender Boundaries 14: Susan Manly: Literature for Children Part IV: Legislation 15: David Worrall: Freedom of Speech 16: Gillian Russell: The Regulation of Theatres 17: Anthony Howe: Poetic Manifestos and Defences 18: William Christie: Critical Judgement and the Reviewing Profession 19: Victoria Myers: Trial Literature Part V: Cognition 20: Thomas Keymer: The Subjective Turn 21: Noel Jackson: Literature and the Senses 22: Sharon Ruston: 'High' Romanticism: Literature and Drugs 23: Catherine Jones: Writer-physicians Part VI: Composition 24: Erik Simpson: Orality and Improvisation 25: Jane Stabler: Revision and Self-citation 26: Beth Lau: Intertextual Dialogue 27: Pamela Clemit: Letters and Journals Part VII: Publication 28: Paul Keen: Book-making 29: Michael Gamer: Oeuvre-making and Canon-formation 30: Tom Mole: Celebrity and Anonymity 31: Felicity James: Romantic Readers 32: Lynda Pratt: Non-publication Part VIII: Language 33: Jane Hodson: Literary Uses of Dialect 34: Judith Thompson: Romantic Oratory 35: Michael Rossington: Creative Translation 36: Stephen Behrendt: The Ineffable Part IX: Aesthetics 37: Andrew Bennet: The Romantic Lexicon 38: Tim Milnes: Literature and Philosophy 39: Gregory Dart: Romantic Practical Criticism 40: Sophie Thomas: Word and Image 41: Kirsteen McCue: The Culture of Song Part X: Imports and Exports 42: Nicholas Halmi: The Greco-Roman Revival 43: James Watt: Orientalism and Hebraism 44: James Vigus: Continental Romanticism in Britain 45: Patrick Vincent: British Romantics Abroad 46: Fiona Robertson: Transatlantic Engagements