"This book is a guide of the Romantic field. It includes 46 chapters offering background and contextual information with detailed readings of Romantic texts. The volume is divided into four parts - 'Romantic Orientations', 'Reading Romanticism', 'Romantic Forms' and 'Romantic Afterlives'" --Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
pt. 1. Romantic orientations: The historical context / Simon Bainbridge ; The literary background / Jane Stabler ; Classical inheritances / Bruce E. Graver ; Sensibility / Adela Pinch ; The visual arts and music / Stephen C. Behrendt ; Print culture and the book trade / John Barnard ; Science / Tim Fulford ; Philosophy and religion / Alan Gregory ; England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales / Fiona Stafford ; Europe / Christoph Bode ; Easts / Nigel Leask ; Americas / Susan Manning
pt. 2. Reading romanticism: New historicism / Kenneth R. Johnston ; Feminism / Anne K. Mellor ; Ecology / James C. McKusick ; Psychoanalysis / Andrew Michael Roberts ; Post-colonalism / Deirdre Coleman ; Formalism / Richard Cronin
pt. 3. Romantic forms: Romantic forms : an introduction / Michael O'Neill ; The sonnet / David Fairer ; Lyric / Paul Sheats ; Epic / Lynda Pratt ; Narrative poetry / Peter Vassallo ; The novel / Corinna Russell ; Satire / Steven E. Jones ; Romantic drama / Judith Pascoe ; Essays, newspapers, and magazine / William Christie ; Biography and autobiography / Anthony Harding ; Romance / Greg Kucich ; Gothic / Nicola Trott ; The fragment / Sophie Thomas ; Forgeries / Debbie Lee ; Non-fictional prose / John Whale ; travel writing / Carl Thompson ; Letters, journals, and diaries / Nichola Deane
pt. 4. Romantic afterlives: Literary criticism and theory / Seamun Perry ; Poetry / Charles J. Rzepka ; The nineteenth- and twentieth-century novel / Michael Herbert ; Film / Jerrold E. Hogle ; The theatre / Julie A. Carlson ; The idea of the author / Andrew Bennett ; Moderninsm and postmodernity / Edward Larrissy ; Politics / Peter J. Kitson.
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