Romantic Diasporas: French Émigrés, British Convicts, And Jews: French Émigrés, British Convicts…

Hardcover | July 14, 2009

byT. Benis

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Romantic Diasporas examines exile in the Romantic period from the different perspectives of French émigrés in England, British convicts transported to Australia, and Jews in their perennial diaspora.

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Romantic Diasporas examines exile in the Romantic period from the different perspectives of French émigrés in England, British convicts transported to Australia, and Jews in their perennial diaspora.

Toby Benis is Associate Professor in the Department of English, Saint Louis University.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:204 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:July 14, 2009Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023061065X

ISBN - 13:9780230610651

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Table of Contents

Introduction * “Boundless, yet Distinct”: the Émigré Experience and the 1790s * The French Connection in Frances Burney and Mary Shelley * Beyond the Convict Taint: George Barrington and the Colonial Cure * The Scottish Martyrs and the Reform of Narrative * Edgeworth and the Jews: Diaspora and Political Control in Harrington

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“Romantic Diasporas is a timely addition to the now substantial body of criticism concerned with the global context of Romanticism . . . Combining discussion of canonical works with less familiar writing, Romantic Diasporas is immensely valuable in turning the critical gaze to the issue of diaspora and its presence as a subject in the period . . . Romantic Diasporas will be welcomed by the scholars of Romantic period writing.”—Wordsworth Circle