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Author Paluchowska-Messing, Anna.

Title Romantic Dialogues and Afterlives
Published La Vergne : Jagiellonian University Press, 2021
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Contents Machine generated contents note: Negative Cap-abilities: Keats's Apollonian Afterlives / Mary Jacobus -- Sublime of Man: Neoplatonic Interactions in Coleridge's "Religious Musings" / Natalie Tal Harries -- Liberty and Revolution: Mary Robinson's Epic Vision in The Progress of Liberty / Rayna Rosenova -- Byron's Don Juan as a Horatian Poem: Citations, Themes and Poetic Ethics / Rowland Cotterill -- "Let Me Converse with Spirits": Haunting Interactions in P. B. Shelley's Disembodied Dialogues / Monika H. Lee -- Coleridge's Interaction with Wordsworth: The "Dejection" Dialogue / Frederick Burwick -- Art of Ellipsis: The Early Keats and B. R. Haydon / Hiroki Iwamoto -- "Negative Capability": Keats Informing the "Existince" of Shakespeare / Gerard Kilroy -- Keats, the Grotesque, and the Victorian Visual Imagination: "Isabella; or the Pot of Basil" / Malgorzata Luczynska-Holdys -- Keats's Negative Capability: The Afterlife of the Concept from Romanticism to Roberto Unger and Jose Saramago / Ricardo Rato Rodrigues -- Romantic Interactions across the Atlantic: F. W. J. Schelling's Concept of the "Indivisible Remainder" and Herman Melville's Idea of the "Ungraspable Phantom of Life" / Marvin Reimann -- Interactions between Science and Literature: Ludwik Zejszner's Anxiety of Literary Influence / Marcin Leszczynski -- Shelley's "Subtler Language" and Its Modern Echoes / Andrzej Pawelec -- Challenging Rousseau, Challenging Conquest: Wales in Maria Edgeworth's "Angelina; or LAmie Inconnue" and Helen / Julie Donovan -- Feminine Law and Ableness Endangered in the Works of Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Emily Bronte, and Rachel Whiteread / Rebecca Warburton Boylan -- Textual Intercourses of Women Playwrights with Their Audiences at the Turn of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries / Anna Paluchowska-Messing -- "We love Jane Austen more and more": William Dean Howells and the Rise of American Janeitism / Juliette Wells -- Cultural Interaction: The Construct of the "Noble Savage" in the Poetry of Goethe, Seume, and Chamisso / William Christopher Burwick -- Margaret Fuller between America and Europe: Dispatches from Britain, France, and Italy as Exercises in Cultural Criticism / Marek Wilczynski
Summary Contributors to this book examine Romantic writers' responses to their contemporaries, explore their dialogues with the culture of the past, and their interactions across the arts and sciences. They also scrutinize the Romantics' far-reaching influence, linking them with their predecessors and successors across Europe and America
Subject Authorship.
Comparative literature.
Comparative literature.
romanticism (form of expression)
Form Electronic book
Author Coghen, Monika.
ISBN 8323371644