Romanticism - Introductions to British Literature and Culture S. (Hardback)Sharon Ruston (author)
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 172
Weight: 369 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 14 mm
Edition: Annotated edition
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'Sharon Ruston's Romanticism provides a detailed and comprehensive survey of the literature of the Romantic period and its social, historical and intellectual contexts. This study weaves from an impressive range of texts and histories a narrative of the writings of the male and females writers whose work we describe as engaging with that complex and contested term Romanticism. Alive to the social and political milieu in which Romantic period writers lived, work and thought, Ruston's study is an exemplary and attractive introduction to this fascinating period of literary endeavour.' Professor Peter J. Kitson, University of Dundee, UK
'[this] series offers both the student reader and teacher exciting and invaluable interventions in and reorientations around questions of history, culture, and period ... With brio, verve, and an admirable brevity, the series grounds our understanding of literature and culture in thought-provoking and highly original ways. ... an indispensible series that will set the benchmark for all such surveys and overviews.' - Julian Wolfreys, Professor of Victorian Literary and Cultural Studies at the University of Florida.
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