Family Authorship And Romantic Print Culture

Hardcover | January 17, 2008

byM. Levy

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Family Authorship and Romantic Print Culture explores the conjunction of authorship and family life as a distinctive cultural formation of Romantic-era Britain. Through examination of the practices and texts of literary families, the book traces an alternative history of Romantic authorship, one that lies on the cusp between a vanishing manuscript culture and the dominance of print; that reflects a struggle in Romantic self-identity between communities of feeling and individual genius; and that grapples with an evolving tension between the private and public spheres.

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Family Authorship and Romantic Print Culture explores the conjunction of authorship and family life as a distinctive cultural formation of Romantic-era Britain. Through examination of the practices and texts of literary families, the book traces an alternative history of Romantic authorship, one that lies on the cusp between a vanishin...

MICHELLE LEVY teaches Romantic Literature and Culture at Simon Fraser University, Canada, where she is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 7.99 × 5 × 0.03 inPublished:January 17, 2008Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230545122

ISBN - 13:9780230545120

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Table of Contents

Introduction * Family, Nation, and the Radical Education of Anna Barbauld * Coleridge, Manuscript Culture, and the Family Romance * Working Families and the Children's Book Trade * The Shelleys, the Wordsworths, and the Family Tour * Literary Remains, Family Editors, and Romantic Genius * Epilogue * Index