Romanticism: An Oxford Guide

Paperback | February 4, 2005

byNicholas Roe

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This book is a comprehensive guide to the richness and diversity of the Romantic field. It includes 46 specially commissioned chapters by an international team of leading scholars and combines chapters offering background and contextual information with detailed readings of Romantic texts. The volume is divided into four parts - 'Romantic Orientations', 'Reading Romanticism', 'Romantic Forms' and 'Romantic Afterlives'.

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This book is a comprehensive guide to the richness and diversity of the Romantic field. It includes 46 specially commissioned chapters by an international team of leading scholars and combines chapters offering background and contextual information with detailed readings of Romantic texts. The volume is divided into four parts - 'Roma...

Nicholas Roe is Professor of English at the University of St Andrews. He has published extensively on Wordsworth and Coleridge and he is the author of John Keats and the Culture of Dissent (Oxford University Press, 1998).

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:776 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 1.58 inPublished:February 4, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199258406

ISBN - 13:9780199258406

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Table of Contents

Part 1Romantic Orientations1. Simon Bainbridge: The Historical Context2. Jane Stabler: The Literary Background3. Bruce Graver: Classical Inheritances4. Adela Pinch: Sensibility5. Stephen Behrendt: The Visual Arts and Music6. John Barnard: Print Culture7. Timothy Fulford: Romanticism and Science8. Alan Gregory: Religion and Philosophy9. Fiona Stafford: England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland10. Christopher Bode: Europe11. Nigel Leask: Easts12. Susan Manning: AmericasPart 2Reading Romanticism13. Kenneth Johnston: Historicist/Marxist Approaches14. Anne Mellor: Feminist Approaches15. Jim McKusick: Ecological Approaches16. Andrew Roberts: Psychoanalytic Approaches17. Deirdre Coleman: Postcolonial Approaches18. Richard Cronin: Formalist ApproachesPart 3Romantic Forms19. Michael O'Neill: Introduction to Romantic Forms20. Paul Sheats: The Lyric21. Lynda Pratt: Epic22. David Fairer: The Sonnet23. Peter Vassallo: Narrative Poetry24. Corinna Russell: The Novel25. Steven Jones: Satire26. Judith Pascoe: Drama27. Will Christie: Essays, Newspapers and Magazines28. Anthony Harding: Biography and Autobiography29. Greg Kucich: Romance30. Nicola Trott: Gothic31. Sophie Thomas: Fragments32. Debbie Lee: Forgeries33. John Whale: Non-Fictional Prose34. Carl Thompson: Travel Writing35. Nichola Deane: Letters, Diaries and JournalsPart 4Romantic Afterlives36. Seamus Perry: Literary Criticism and Theory37. Charles Rzepka: The Poetic Tradition38. Michael Herbert: The Novel39. Jerrold Hogle: Film40. Julie Carlson: Romantic Afterlives and Legacies in the Theatre41. Andrew Bennett: Idea of the Author42. Edward Larrissy: Modernism and Postmodernity43. Peter Kitson: Politics44. Marilyn Gaull: Science45. Timothy Morton: Environmentalism46. David Miall: Romanticism in the Electronic Age