A Handbook of Romanticism Studies

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2012-04-16
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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The Handbook to Romanticism Studies is an accessible and indispensible resource providing students and scholars with a rich array of historical and up-to-date critical and theoretical contexts for the study of Romanticism. Focuses on British Romanticism while also addressing continental and transatlantic Romanticism and earlier periods Utilizes keywords such as imagination, sublime, poetics, philosophy, race, historiography, and visual culture as points of access to the study of Romanticism and the theoretical concerns and the culture of the period Explores topics central to Romanticism studies and the critical trends of the last thirty years

Author Biography

Joel Faflak is Associate Professor of English and Theory at the University of Western Ontario. He is author of Romantic Psychoanalysis: The Burden, of the Mystery (2007), co-author of Revelation and Knowledge (2011) and editor of Sanity, Madness, Transformation: The Psyche of Romanticism. (2005). Julia M. Wright is Canada Research Chair in European Studies at Dalhousie University. She is the author of Blake, Nationalism and the Politics of Alienation (2004) arid Ireland, India, and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Literature (2007) and the editor of Irish Literature 1750-1900: An. Anthology (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008) and the 2-volume A Companion to Irish Literature (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010).

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. vii
Notes on Contributorsp. ix
Introductionp. 1
Aesthetics and Mediap. 17
Imaginationp. 19
Sensibilityp. 37
Sublimep. 55
Periodicalsp. 69
Visual Culturep. 87
Theories of Literaturep. 105
Authorp. 107
Readerp. 125
Poeticsp. 143
Narrativep. 159
Dramap. 177
Gothicp. 195
Satirep. 213
Ideologies and Institutionsp. 225
Historiographyp. 227
Ideologyp. 245
Nation and Empirep. 259
Classp. 277
Racep. 289
Gender and Sexualityp. 307
Disciplinary Intersectionsp. 325
Philosophyp. 327
Religionp. 339
Sciencep. 357
Medicinep. 375
Psychologyp. 391
Indexp. 409
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