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Title The Cambridge history of English romantic literature / edited by James Chandler.
Imprint Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PR146 .C335 2009    AVAILABLE  
Series New Cambridge history of English literature
New Cambridge history of English literature.
Subject English literature -- History and criticism.
Romanticism -- England.
Alt Name Chandler, James, 1948-
Add Title History of English romantic literature
English romantic literature
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PR146 .C335 2009    AVAILABLE  
Series New Cambridge history of English literature
New Cambridge history of English literature.
Subject English literature -- History and criticism.
Romanticism -- England.
Alt Name Chandler, James, 1948-
Add Title History of English romantic literature
English romantic literature
Description xii, 782 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 678-748) and index.
Contents Pt. I: The ends of Enlightenment. Sentiment and sensibility / John Brewer ; Antiquarianism, balladry and the rehabilitation of romance / Susan Manning ; The Romantics and the political economists / Catherine Gallagher ; The problem of periodization : Enlightenment, Romanticism and the fate of system / Clifford Siskin -- Pt. II: Geographies : the scenes of literary life. London in the 1790s / John Barrell ; Edinburgh and lowland Scotland / Ian Duncan ; Romantic Ireland : 1750-1845 / Luke Gibbons ; France, Germany, America / David Simpson ; The warm south / Esther Schor ; Country matters / W.J.T. Mitchell ; Romanticism and the wider world : poetry, travel literature and empire / Nigel Leask ; The homes of England / Margot Finn ; Writing, reading and the scenes of war / Mary A Favret ; Regency London / Simon During -- Pt. III: Histories writing in the new movements. Rebellion, revolution, reform : the transit of the intellectuals / Anne Janowitz ; Changes in the world of publishing / Adrian Johns ; The new poetries / Susan J. Wolfson ; Romanticism and poetic autonomy / Paul Hamilton ; Transformations of the novel, I / Diedre Lynch ; Transformations of the novel, II / Ina Ferris ; Theatre, performance and urban spectacle / Julie Carlson ; The epigenesis of genre : new forms from old / Tilottama Rajan ; The literature of the new sciences / Jan Golinski ; The making of child readers / Katie Trumpener -- Pt. IV: The ends of Romanticism. Representation restructured / Frances Ferguson ; Romantic cultural imperialism / Saree Makdisi ; Romanticism and religious modernity : from natural supernaturalism to literary sectarianism / Kevin Gilmartin ; Is Romanticism finished? / Jerome McGann -- Chronology.
Summary This history presents an account of six decades of literary production around the turn of the 19th century. The essays are designed both to provide a narrative of Romantic literature and to offer stimulating readings of the key texts.
ISBN 9780521790079 (hardback)
0521790077 (hardback)
OCLC # 149072353
Table of Contents
 Introduction / James Chandler1
Pt. IThe Ends of Enlightenment19
1Sentiment and sensibility / John Brewer21
2Antiquarianism, balladry and the rehabilitation of ramance / Susan Manning45
3The Romantics and the political economists / Catherine Gallagher71
4The problem of periodization: Enlightenment, Romanticism and the fate of system / Clifford Siskin101
Pt. IIGeographies: The Scenes of Literary Life127
5London in the 1790s / John Barrell129
6Edinburgh and Lowland Scotland / Ian Duncan159
7Romantic Ireland: 1750-1845 / Luke Gibbons182
8France, Germany, America / David Simpson204
9The 'warm south' / Esther Schor224
10Country matters / W. J. T. Mitchell246
11Romanticism and the wider world: poetry, travel literature and empire / Nigel Leask271
12The homes of England / Margot Finn293
13Writing, reading and the scenes of war / Mary A. Favret314
14Regency London / Simon During335
Pt. IIIHistories: Writing in the New Movements355
15Rebellion, revolution, reform: the transit of the intellectuals / Anne Janowitz357
16Changes in the world of publishing / Adrian Johns377
17The new poetries / Susan J. Wolfson403
18Romanticism and poetic autonomy / Paul Hamilton427
19Transformations of the novel - I / Deidre Lynch451
20Transformations of the novel - II / Ina Ferris473
21Theatre, performance ad urban spectable / Julie Carlson490
22The epigenesis of genre: new forms from old / Tilottama Rajan507
23The literature of the new sciences / Jan Golinski527
24The making of child readers / Katie Trumpener553
Pt. IVThe End of Romanticism579
25Representation restructured / Frances Ferguson581
26Romantic cultural imperialism / Saree Makdisi601
27Romanticism and religious modernity: from natural supernaturalism to literary sectarianism / Kevin Gilmartin621
28Is Romanticism finished? / Jerome McGann648
 Chronology665
 Bibliographies678
 Index749


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