Byron: Heritage and Legacy

Hardcover | February 15, 2008

EditorCheryl A. Wilson, Cheryl A Cheryl

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These papers from the 2001 Byron Conference represent a range of scholarly approaches and include close textual study, comparative readings, and broad cultural analysis

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These papers from the 2001 Byron Conference represent a range of scholarly approaches and include close textual study, comparative readings, and broad cultural analysis

Cheryl A. Wilson is Assistant Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:276 pages, 8.57 × 5.6 × 0.77 inPublished:February 15, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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PART I: BYRON'S INTERNATIONAL RECEPTION * Byron's "Fragments of Stone" in the United States Court of Appeals--Nora Liassis * Byron in America--Peter X. Accardo * Byron's Influence on Early Canadian Literature--Tracy Ware * Teaching Byron en Acadie: 'Elle vous suit partout'--Paul Curtis * Claiming a 'Great Briton' for Bulgaria: Reflections on Byron's Bulgarian Reception (1880s-1920s)--Ludmilla Kostova * The Transformations of the Byron Legend: Methodological Reassessment--Miroslawa Modrzewsksa * PART II: INFLUENCES ON BYRON'S WORK * Byron and the Dragons of Eden--Marilyn Gaull * My Brother's Keeper: Biblical Heritage in Byron's Cain--Wolf Z. Hirst * Byron and Virgil: 1799-1807--Philip Cardinale * The Handling of Hebrew Melodies--Tom Mole * One Ton per Square Foot: The Antecedents to The Vision of Judgment--Peter Cochran * Heritage and Innovation in Byron's Narrative Stanzas--Catherine Addison * Inheriting Humours, Legating Humour: The Will of Manfred--Bernard Beatty * PART III: BYRON'S LITERARY INHERITORS * The Gloom and Cheerfulness of Childe Harold and Elizabeth Bennet--Shobhana Bhattacharji * Byron and Wordsworth: Satan's Neo-Classical Romantic Heirs--Jonathon Shears * Leigh Hunt and the 'Free Spirit' of Byron--Tim Webb * Transgressing Romanticism: Byron and Heine's Carnevalesque use of Romantic Irony--Alexandra M. Böhm * Byron, Darwin, and Paley: Interrogating Natural Theology--Christine Kenyon Jones * Byronic Anger and the Victorians--Andrew M. Stauffer * Byron's Legacy with Contributors' Remarks--Cheryl A. Wilson