The Cambridge history of English romantic literature/

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.

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Other Authors: Chandler, James, 1948-
Format: Printed Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.
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Table of Contents:
  • 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
  • London in the 1970s / 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
  • 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
  • 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.