This collection of essays by leading and new British scholars demonstrates the different ways in which Romanticism is currently being revalued and reconceived. No longer are scholars working within the constraints of the old canon which insisted on the division of the central and the marginal, for now Romanticism is being revised as a wider range of cultural activity unconfined by genre, gender, class, rhetoric and style. This book presents a wide variety of approaches, some based in the new scholarship, some in the old but all of which contribute to a new and vital reconstitution of Romanticism. Philip Martin is the author of "Byron - A Poet Before His Public" and "Mad Women in Romantic Writing". Robin Jarvis is the author of "Wordsworth, Milton and the Theory of Poetic Relations".
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 193
Weight: 430 g
Dimensions: 223 x 145 x 19 mm
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