Romanticism: Comparative Discourses

Taylor & Francis, 2017 M11 29 - 222 páginas
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- General Editors' Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Contributors -- 1 Prologomenon to the Study of Romanticism's Comparative Discourses -- Part 1 Language and Romantic Discourse Systems -- 2 Gothic Opera as Romantic Discourse in Britain and France: A Cross-Cultural Dialogue -- 3 Pursuing the Plerotic Sublime: Romantic Poetry and the Failure of Language -- 4 Half-Asleep on Thresholds: Fragile Boundaries in Coleridge's "Fears in Solitude -- 5 Romantic Drama and the Discourse of Criminality -- Part 2 Women Writers and Romantic Constructions of Power -- 6 Towards Constructing a "Poetics of Space" for the Sentimental Novel: A Topo-analysis of Charlotte Smith's The Old Manor House -- 7 The Second Soul-less Sex? Mary Wollstonecraft and the "Mahometan -- 8 Ithuriel's Spear and Detecting the Counterfeit: Edgeworth's Miltonic Allusions in Belinda -- 9 Parting Songs: Hemans, Landon, and Barret Browning Rewrite Friederike Brun -- 10 The Discourse of Religious Bildung in Anne Bronte's Agnes Grey -- Part 3 Varieties of Revisionist Discourse in Romanticism -- 11 Readerly Agency and the Discourse of History in The Antiquary -- 12 Reading Beyond Body, Cane, and Crosier: Talleyrand as Romantic Discourse -- 13 Byron and Manfred: Epistolary Journal into Dramatic Poem -- 14 The Romantic Artist on the Couch:A Freudian Approach to Wackenroder's Musician, Berlinger -- Index

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Diane Long Hoeveler is Professor of English and Coordinator of Women's Studies at Marquette University.

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