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eBook The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading ePub

by Helen Regueiro Elam,Frances Ferguson

  • ISBN: 0801881870
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Helen Regueiro Elam,Frances Ferguson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press; 1 edition (October 4, 2005)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1887 kb
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The Wordsworthian Enlightenment book. In "The Wordsworthian Enlightenment," the most important contemporary critics of Romantic poetry and trauma reflect on Hartman's work and its lasting influence

The Wordsworthian Enlightenment book. In "The Wordsworthian Enlightenment," the most important contemporary critics of Romantic poetry and trauma reflect on Hartman's work and its lasting influence. This collection of sixteen essays-including a new essay from Hartman-provides a wide-ranging and thorough perspective on recent approaches to Romanticism.

Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading. In The Wordsworthian Enlightenment, the most important contemporary critics of Romantic poetry and trauma reflect on Hartman's work and its lasting influence. Over the past four decades, Geoffrey Hartman's voice has been one of the most important and profound in contemporary literary theory.

The Wordsworthian Enlightenment : Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading. Over the past four decades, Geoffrey Hartman's voice has been one of the most important and profound in contemporary literary theory

The Wordsworthian Enlightenment : Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading. Most noted for his scholarship on Wordsworth and Romanticism, Hartman developed throughout his work an original conception of the relationship between literary and critical writing that is still considered a deeply significant contribution to the field.

Helen Regueiro Elam hreny. Education and degrees. The Limits of Imagination: Wordsworth, Yeats, and Stevens

Helen Regueiro Elam hreny. PhD, Comparative Literature (English, French, German), Brown University, 1970 . cum laude, with honors in Comparative Literature, Brandeis University, 1964. The Limits of Imagination: Wordsworth, Yeats, and Stevens. Cornell University Press, 1976. Strange Spaces: Figures of Topographic Desire. The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005.

Rachel Feder memory, " in The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading, ed. Helen regueiro elam and frances ferguson [baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Helen regueiro elam and frances ferguson, 71–72. 36. Benedict De Spinoza. benedict de spinoza, Ethics, ed. and trans.

Elam, Helen Regueiro and Frances Ferguson, eds. The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry . Felluga, Dino Franco. The Perversity of Poetry: Romantic Ideology and the Popular Male Poet of Genius. The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry & the Ecology OF Reading. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2005.

Helen Regueiro Elam Helen Regueiro Elam and Frances Ferguson (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins UP. .

Helen Regueiro Elam Helen Regueiro Elam and Frances Ferguson (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins UP, 2005): 172–90. 47. Anne Fausto-Sterling, Sexing the Body: Gender Politics and the Construction of Sexuality (New York: Basic Books, 2000): 46–77.

The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading.

The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading, ed. Helen Regueiro Elam and Frances Ferguson (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2005), Studies in Romanticism 48 (2009): 159-65

The Wordsworthian Enlightenment: Romantic Poetry and the Ecology of Reading, ed. Helen Regueiro Elam and Frances Ferguson (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2005), Studies in Romanticism 48 (2009): 159-65. 9. Paul Fry,Wordsworth and the Poetry of What We Are (New Haven: Yale UP, 2008), Modern Philology 10. (2011): 191-94. 10. Leon Chai, Romantic Theory: Forms of Reflexivity in the Revolutionary Era (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2006); Comparative Literature 6. (2008): 294.

With a New Afterword 2004 Helen R. Elam and Frances Ferguson.

With a New Afterword 2004. Ed. Helen R. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005. Magnifying Small Things: Georgic Modernity and the Noise of History. Modernity's Mist: British Romanticism and the Poetics of Anticipation, by Emily Rohrbach. Wordsworth, Commodification, and Social Concern: The Poetics of Modernity, by David Simpson.

Over the past four decades, Geoffrey Hartman's voice has been one of the most important and profound in contemporary literary theory. Most noted for his scholarship on Wordsworth and Romanticism, Hartman developed throughout his work an original conception of the relationship between literary and critical writing that is still considered a deeply significant contribution to the field.

In The Wordsworthian Enlightenment, the most important contemporary critics of Romantic poetry and trauma reflect on Hartman's work and its lasting influence. This collection of sixteen essays―including a new essay from Hartman―provides a wide-ranging and thorough perspective on recent approaches to Romanticism.

Contributors: Leslie Brisman, Yale University; Gerald L. Bruns, University of Notre Dame; Cathy Caruth, Emory University; Helen Regueiro Elam, University of Albany; Frances Ferguson, University of Chicago; Paul H. Fry, Yale University; Kevis Goodman, University of California at Berkeley; Ortwin de Graef, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium); Robert J. Griffin, Texas A & M University; Geoffrey Hartman, Yale University; J. Douglas Kneale, University of Western Ontario; Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara; Peter J. Manning, Stony Brook University; Donald G. Marshall, Pepperdine University; J. Hillis Miller, University of California at Irvine; Lucy Newlyn, Oxford University; Patricia Parker, Stanford University.