George Moore: Across Borders - DQR Studies in Literature 51 (Hardback)
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George Moore: Across Borders - DQR Studies in Literature 51 (Hardback)

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Hardback 281 Pages / Published: 01/01/2013
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A truly cosmopolitan Irish writer, George Moore (1852-1933) was a fascinating figure of the fin de siecle, moving between countries, crossing genre and medium boundaries, forever exploring and promulgating aesthetic trends and artistic developments: Naturalism in the novel and the theatre, Impressionism in painting, Decadence and the avant-garde, Literary Wagnerism, the Irish Literary Revival, New Woman culture. This volume on border-crossings offers a variety of critical perspectives to approach Moore's multifaceted oeuvre and personality. The essays by contributors from various national backgrounds and from a wide range of disciplines establish original points of contact between literary creation, art history, Wagnerian opera, gender studies, sociology, and altogether reposition Moore as a major representative of European turn-of-the-century culture.

Publisher: Brill
ISBN: 9789042036376
Number of pages: 281
Dimensions: 230 x 155 x 17 mm

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