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eBook Victorian Poets and Romantic Poems: Intertextuality and Ideology (Victorian Literature and Culture Series) ePub

by Antony H. Harrison

  • ISBN: 0813912539
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Antony H. Harrison
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Virginia Pr (March 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 228
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Another characteristic of Victorian poetry was the sentimentality. Victorian Poets wrote about Bohemian ideas and furthered the imaginings of the Romantic Poets. Poets like Emily Bronte, Lord Alfred Tennyson prominently used sentimentality in their poems.

Another characteristic of Victorian poetry was the sentimentality. The husband and wife poet duo, Elizabeth Barrett-Browning and Robert Browning conducted their love affair through verse and produced many tender and passionate poems. Most prominent of which are Elizabeth Barrett-Brownings Sonnets from Portuguese, the most notably her If thou must love me and How do I love thee. Tennyson’s poetry style.

Critical and Historical Studies in Literature, Medieval through Contemporary. Anthony H. Harrison," Modern Philology 91, no. 1 (Au. 1993): 109-113. Volume 91, Number 1 Au. 1993.

235 pages ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-227) and index. Introduction: intertextuality, ideology, and the new historicism - Arnold, Keats, and the ideologies of Empedocles on Etna - "Cleon" and its contexts - Irony and ideology in Tennyson's "Little Hamlet" - Dante Rossetti: Parody and ideology - In the shadow of . Christina Rossetti and ideological estrangement - Art is enough: Morris, Keats, and. Pre-Raphaelite amatory ideologies - Swinburne, Wordsworth, and the politics of mortality.

Victorian literature is literature, mainly written in English, during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837–1901) (the Victorian era). It was preceded by Romanticism and followed by the Edwardian era (1901–1910)

Victorian literature is literature, mainly written in English, during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837–1901) (the Victorian era). It was preceded by Romanticism and followed by the Edwardian era (1901–1910). While in the preceding Romantic period, poetry had been the conquerors, novels were the emperors of the Victorian period. Charles Dickens (1812–1870) dominated the first part of Victoria's reign and most rightly can be called "The King of Victorian Literature".

He illuminates, for example, such culturally prominent Victorian mythologies as the exaltation of motherhood, the Romanic appropriation of transcendent art, and the idealization of the gypsy as a culturally alien, exotic Other.

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Bringing together the critical strategies of both his new historicism and intertextual analysis, Victorian Poets and Romantic Poems questions the ideological operations of Victorian poems and the ideological dispositions of their authors, particularly in relation to Romantic presurcursors and pre-texts.

Intertextuality and Ideology (Victorian Literature & Culture (Univ Va Paperback)). by Antony H. Harrison. Published January 1992 by University of Virginia Press. Intertextuality, History and criticism, Influence (Literary, artistic, et., Romanticism, English poetry, Historicism, Internet Archive Wishlist, History, Versdichtung, Romantiek, Romantik, Geschichte (1798-1902), Geschichte (1780-1900), Geschichte 1837-1901, Geschichte (1790-1830), Engels, Gedichten, Geschichte (1830-1900), Geschichte (1837-1900), Intertextualita˜t, Englisch, Rezeption, Lyrik.

Antony H. Harrison is Professor of English at North Carolina State University. He is the author of Victorian Poets and the Politics of Culture: Discourse and Ideology, Victorian Poets and Romantic Poems: Intertextuality and Ideology; Christina Rossetti in Context; and Swinburne's Medievalism: A Study in Victorian Love Poetry. Series: Victorian Literature and Culture Series (Book 2).

Victorian Poetry: Poetry, Poetics and Politics. Culture, Ideology and Politics: Essays for Eric Hobsbawm. Victorian Poets and Romantic Poems: Intertextuality and Ideology. William Morris: His Life and Work. Tennyson and His Publishers.

Bringing together the critical strategies of both his new historicism and intertextual analysis, "Victorian poets and romantic poems" questions the ideological operations of Victorian poems and the ideological dispositions of their authors, particularly in relation to Romantic presurcursors and pre-texts. By examining the works of eight Victorian poets - Matthew Arnold, Robert Browning, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Christina Rossetti, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, William Morris, and A.C. Swinburne - Harrison demonstrates how the ideologies of Victorian poets are revealed by their self-consciously intertextual uses of precursors.