Coleridge and the Romantic Newspaper: The 'Morning Post' and by Heidi Thomson

By Heidi Thomson

This e-book examines how Coleridge staged his deepest woes within the public house of the newspaper. It appears at his courses within the Morning Post, which first released one in every of his most famed poems, Dejection. An Ode. It unearths how he came across a socially sanctioned public outlet for poetic disappointments and private frustrations which he couldn't potentially articulate in the other means. that includes clean, contextual readings of validated significant poems; unique readings of epigrams, sentimental ballads, and translations; analyses of political and human-interest tales, this publication unearths the extraordinary quantity to which Coleridge used the general public medium of the newspaper to disclose his advanced and ambivalent deepest feelings approximately his marriage, his courting with the Wordsworths and the Hutchinsons, and the impact of those dynamics on his personal poetry and poetics.

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Byron, Poetics and History by Jane Stabler

By Jane Stabler

Jane Stabler provides this exam of Byron's poetic shape in courting to old debates of his time. Responding to contemporary reviews within the Romantic interval, Stabler asserts that Byron's poetics built according to modern cultural heritage and his reception through the English analyzing public. Drawing on new learn, she strains the complexity of the intertextual dialogues that run via his paintings.

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In the Theatre of Romanticism: Coleridge, Nationalism, Women by Julie A. Carlson

By Julie A. Carlson

English Romanticism has lengthy been thought of an 'undramatic' and 'anti-theatrical' age, but Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley and Keats all wrote performs and seen them as critical to England's poetic and political reform. within the Theatre of Romanticism analyses those performs, within the context of London theatre on the time, and argues that Romantic discourse on theatre is important to buildings of nationhood within the interval. The booklet focuses totally on Coleridge and at the heart degree of his profession, in which he wrote such a lot generally for and concerning the theatre. yet its dialogue of anxieties approximately ladies in Coleridge's performs applies simply as forcefully to the historical past performs of the second-generation romantic poets, and to the best-known romantic writers on theatre: Hazlitt, Hunt and Lamb. in contrast to the few current reviews of romantic drama, this learn considers the performs no longer as closet drama or 'mental theatre', yet as theatrical contributions to the controversy sparked off via the Revolution in France.

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British Romanticism and Continental Influences by P. Mortensen

By P. Mortensen

In the course of the 1790s and 1800s, cultural critics turned confident that Britain was once being "inundated" via pernicious literary translations imported from the eu Continent. British Romanticism and Continental affects discusses Romantic writers' advanced and ambivalent responses to this threatening literary invasion. faced with overseas texts that appeared either beautiful and repulsive, Mortensen argues, Romantic writers akin to Wordsworth and Coleridge publicly distanced themselves from ecu sensationalism, at the same time they assimilated and revised its conventions of their personal writing.

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Coleridge on Dreaming: Romanticism, Dreams and the Medical by Jennifer Ford

By Jennifer Ford

This e-book is the 1st research of Coleridge's responses to his goals and to debates at the nature of dreaming between poets, philosophers and scientists within the Romantic interval. Coleridge wrote and browse commonly at the topic, yet his diversified and unique principles have hitherto acquired little awareness. fending off merely biographical or psychoanalytic methods, Jennifer Ford finds as an alternative a wealthy old context for the ways that the main mysterious workings of the Romantic mind's eye have been explored and understood.

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Aspects of Gongora's 'Soledades' by John R. Beverley

By John R. Beverley

This examine of Góngora’s Soledades is meant to summarize and speak about a number of the difficulties which appeared vital for a greater realizing of those poems. designated recognition is paid to the 2 opposing ‘camps’ that constructed over the years; one in most cases focussing at the shape and the opposite at the content material of Soledades. during this quantity the authors attempts to combine the equipment and result of either one of the ‘camps’.

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The Poetics of Description: Imagined Places in European by Janice Hewlett Koelb

By Janice Hewlett Koelb

This e-book tells a extraordinary tale that starts in classical antiquity with ecphrasis, the artwork of describing the area so vividly that the viewers might turn into inventive eyewitnesses, and the occasions that prompted an awesome of immediacy to be remodeled into approximately its contrary, a preoccupation with illustration of illustration.

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Religion, Toleration, and British Writing, 1790-1830 by Mark Canuel

By Mark Canuel

Mark Canuel examines the best way that Romantic poets, novelists and political writers criticized the conventional non secular conformity of British political solidarity. Canuel finds how writers (including Jeremy Bentham, Ann Radcliffe, Maria Edgeworth and Lord Byron) undermined the validity of faith within the British country, and estimated a tolerant and extra equipped mode of social inclusion and security. He asserts that those writers thought of their works to be political and literary commentaries on non secular toleration.

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Class Culture And Suburban Anxieties In The Victorian Era by Lara Baker Whelan

By Lara Baker Whelan

This booklet demonstrates how representations of the Victorian suburb in mid- to late-nineteenth century British writing occasioned a literary sub-genre specific to this era, person who tried to reassure readers that the suburb used to be a spot the place outsiders may be managed and the place middle-class values should be enforced. Whelan explores the dissonance created through the variations among the suburban perfect and suburban realities, spotting the patience of that excellent within the face of ample facts that it was once infrequently discovered. She discusses facts from fundamental and secondary assets approximately perceptions and realities of suburban residing, exhibiting what it intended to reside in a "real" Victorian suburb. The publication additionally demonstrates how the suburban perfect (with its parts of privateness, cleanliness, rus in urbe, and respectability), in its relation to culturally embedded rules concerning the appealing and Picturesque, received this kind of powerful foothold within the Victorian center classification that considering its failure triggered excessive nervousness. Whelan is going directly to hint the ways that this nervousness is represented in literature.

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