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Books > Language & Literature > Literature: history & criticism > Literary studies > 19th century

Early American Latin Verse, 1625-1825 - An Anthology (Hardcover): Leo M. Kaiser Early American Latin Verse, 1625-1825 - An Anthology (Hardcover)
Leo M. Kaiser
R466 Discovery Miles 4 660 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

During their first two centuries of colonial life, Americans produced a large and fascinating body of original Latin poetry. The poets included in this anthology represent the continuity and vitality of the classical tradition as a major educational and cultural force in the New World. The book includes Latin text and notes.

The Immortal Evening - A Legendary Dinner with Keats, Wordsworth, and Lamb (Paperback): Stanley Plumly The Immortal Evening - A Legendary Dinner with Keats, Wordsworth, and Lamb (Paperback)
Stanley Plumly
R360 Discovery Miles 3 600 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

On 28 December 1817, Benjamin Robert Haydon hosted what he refers to in his diaries and autobiography as the "immortal dinner". He wanted to introduce his young friend John Keats to the great William Wordsworth and to celebrate his progress on his most important historical painting so far, Christ's Entry into Jerusalem, in which Keats, Wordsworth and Charles Lamb, also a guest at the party, appear. After thoughtful and entertaining discussions of poetry and art and their relation to Enlightenment science, the party evolves into a lively, raucous evening. This event will prove to be a highlight in the lives of these immortals. A beautiful and profound work of extraordinary brilliance, The Immortal Evening takes this dinner as a lens through which to understand the lives and work of these men and to contemplate the immortality of genius.

American Writers and the Picturesque Tour - The Search for National Identity, 1790-1860 (Hardcover): Beth L. Lueck American Writers and the Picturesque Tour - The Search for National Identity, 1790-1860 (Hardcover)
Beth L. Lueck
R2,182 R943 Discovery Miles 9 430 Save R1,239 (57%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Explores a beloved genre
Even before the age of the Romantics, travel literature was a favorite genre of English and American writers and readers. After the War of 1812, Americans' passion for scenic beauty inspired them to take the picturesque tour of America as well as going to Europe for the requisite Grand Tour. The written American version of the popular British tour in various guidebooks helped shape the literature of the new nation as nearly every major writer of the first half of the 19th century contributed to it from Poe, who provided several comic pieces, and Irving to Thoreau, for whom the tour symbolized moral and spiritual growth, and Margaret Fuller.
Offers new perspectives
American writers adapted the picturesque to express their nationalistic sentiments; picturesque discourse offered a flexible series of conventions that enable writers to celebrate the places, people, and legends that set America apart. This volume demonstrates the vital role of this genre in the formation of national literary taste and national culture and offers fresh and exciting perspectives on the topic. Includes index. Also includes maps.

The Maternal Voice in Victorian Fiction - Rewriting the Patriarchal Family (Hardcover): Barbara Z. Thaden The Maternal Voice in Victorian Fiction - Rewriting the Patriarchal Family (Hardcover)
Barbara Z. Thaden
R3,039 Discovery Miles 30 390 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is the first full-length study to focus specifically on representations of motherhood in fiction by such Victorian writers as Elizabeth Gaskell, Margaret Oliphant, Caroline Norton, and Ellen Price Wood. These authors presented an idealized view of motherhood as part of a campaign to gain social and legal status for mothering in a society in which married women were not legal entities and children born in wedlock were the inalienable property of their fathers. These writers used "dead mother" plots which reversed New Testament parables so that the mother plays the leading role, and "maternal circle" plots, which portray adult daughters and their mothers raising children outside marriage. This fiction, which showed how children benefit from good mothering, was instrumental in married mothers eventually obtaining equal parental rights.

Women Poets of the 19th Century (Hardcover): Emma Mason Women Poets of the 19th Century (Hardcover)
Emma Mason
R1,763 Discovery Miles 17 630 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This title illuminates the importance of the inter-relationship between emotion and religion in women's poetry of the Romantic and Victorian eras.

Street Songs - Writers and urban songs and cries, 1800-1925 (Hardcover): Daniel Karlin Street Songs - Writers and urban songs and cries, 1800-1925 (Hardcover)
Daniel Karlin
R833 Discovery Miles 8 330 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book, based on the Clarendon Lectures for 2016, is about the use made by poets and novelists of street songs and cries. Karlin begins with the London street-vendor's cry of 'Cherry-ripe!', as it occurs in poems from the sixteenth to the twentieth century: the 'Cries of London' (and Paris) exemplify the fascination of this urban art to writers of every period. Focusing on nineteenth and early twentieth century writers, the book traces the theme in works by William Wordsworth, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Robert Browning, Walt Whitman, George Gissing, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and Marcel Proust. As well as street-cries, these writers incorporate ballads, folk songs, religious and political songs, and songs of their own invention into crucial scenes, and the singers themselves range from a one-legged beggar in Dublin to a famous painter in fifteenth-century Florence. The book concludes with the beautiful and unlikely 'song' of a knife-grinder's wheel. Throughout the book Karlin emphasizes the rich complexity of his subject. The street singer may be figured as an urban Orpheus, enchanting the crowd and possessed of magical powers of healing and redemption; but the barbaric din of the modern city is never far away, and the poet who identifies with Orpheus may also dread his fate. And the fugitive, transient nature of song offers writers a challenge to their more structured art. Overheard in fragments, teasing, ungraspable, the street song may be 'captured' by a literary work but is never, finally, tamed.

The Bronte Novels (Paperback): W. A. Craik The Bronte Novels (Paperback)
W. A. Craik
R1,030 Discovery Miles 10 300 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 1968, this reissue of Dr. Craik's critical appreciation of the completed novels of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte is seminal for the way in which it shifts emphasis away from the Bronte family biography towards a detailed critical analysis of the novels themselves. Separate chapters are given to each of the seven novels. The author's aims and techniques in each are assessed and Dr. Craik shows what light the books throw on each other, how they are related to the novels of the Bronte's predecessors, and how the Bronte novels compare with their great contemporaries in the nineteenth century novel.

Arthur Hugh Clough (Paperback): John Schad Arthur Hugh Clough (Paperback)
John Schad
R477 Discovery Miles 4 770 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Swinburne called him a bad poet, Tennyson called him dull, Saintsbury called him thin. John Schad celebrates Clough the anti-poet, a loving laureate of the extraordinary dull, who is so thin we can see through, or beyond him. Clough, argues Schad, never gets in the way of the world, or worlds, of which he writes. And these worlds are many: ranging from the orthodox world of the Anglican Oxford that Clough famously abandons, through the turbulent worlds of Paris and Rome that Clough visits in the wake of the revolutionary events of 1848, to the quietly desperate world of Clough's final years. For Schad, though, Clough's defining world is the very strange world of continental thought, a world which makes him a most un-Victorian Victorian.

The Re-creation of Landscape - A Study of Wordsworth, Coleridge, Constable, and Turner (Paperback): James A.W. Heffernan The Re-creation of Landscape - A Study of Wordsworth, Coleridge, Constable, and Turner (Paperback)
James A.W. Heffernan
R711 Discovery Miles 7 110 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Compares the common concerns and impulses behind the works of four artists and writers, and demonstrates that the verbal and visual sides of romanticism are parts of a coherent whole.

What the Victorians Made of Romanticism - Material Artifacts, Cultural Practices, and Reception History (Hardcover): Tom Mole What the Victorians Made of Romanticism - Material Artifacts, Cultural Practices, and Reception History (Hardcover)
Tom Mole
R979 R796 Discovery Miles 7 960 Save R183 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This insightful and elegantly written book examines how the popular media of the Victorian era sustained and transformed the reputations of Romantic writers. Tom Mole provides a new reception history of Lord Byron, Felicia Hemans, Sir Walter Scott, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and William Wordsworth--one that moves beyond the punctual historicism of much recent criticism and the narrow horizons of previous reception histories. He attends instead to the material artifacts and cultural practices that remediated Romantic writers and their works amid shifting understandings of history, memory, and media. Mole scrutinizes Victorian efforts to canonize and commodify Romantic writers in a changed media ecology. He shows how illustrated books renovated Romantic writing, how preachers incorporated irreligious Romantics into their sermons, how new statues and memorials integrated Romantic writers into an emerging national pantheon, and how anthologies mediated their works to new generations. This ambitious study investigates a wide range of material objects Victorians made in response to Romantic writing--such as photographs, postcards, books, and collectibles--that in turn remade the public's understanding of Romantic writers. Shedding new light on how Romantic authors were posthumously recruited to address later cultural concerns, What the Victorians Made of Romanticism reveals new histories of appropriation, remediation, and renewal that resonate in our own moment of media change, when once again the cultural products of the past seem in danger of being forgotten if they are not reimagined for new audiences.

Morality and the Law in British Detective and Spy Fiction, 1880-1920 (Paperback): Kate Morrison Morality and the Law in British Detective and Spy Fiction, 1880-1920 (Paperback)
Kate Morrison
R1,323 Discovery Miles 13 230 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Who decides what is right or wrong, ethical or immoral, just or unjust? In the world of crime and spy fiction between 1880 and 1920, the boundaries of the law were blurred and justice called into question humanity's moral code. As fictional detectives mutated into spies near the turn of the century, the waning influence of morality on decision-making signaled a shift in behavior from idealistic principles towards a pragmatic outlook taken in the national interest. Taking a fresh approach to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's popular protagonist, Sherlock Holmes, this book examines how Holmes and his rival maverick literary detectives and spies manipulated the law to deliver a fairer form of justice than that ordained by parliament. Multidisciplinary, it views detective fiction through the lenses of law, moral philosophy, and history, and incorporates issues of gender, equality, and race. By studying popular publications of the time, it provides a glimpse into public attitudes towards crime and morality and how those shifting opinions helped to reconstructed the hero in a new image.

Victorian Urban Settings - Essays on the Nineteenth-Century City and Its Contexts (Hardcover, annotated edition): Debra N... Victorian Urban Settings - Essays on the Nineteenth-Century City and Its Contexts (Hardcover, annotated edition)
Debra N Mancoff, D.J. Trela
R3,048 Discovery Miles 30 480 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This volume of 13 original interdisciplinary essays surveys the relationship of Victorian works and the urban experience that shaped them. Each essay addresses how the selection or rejection of an urban setting provide the context for a representative product of Victorian art or culture.

George Eliot, European Novelist (Hardcover, New Ed): John Rignall George Eliot, European Novelist (Hardcover, New Ed)
John Rignall
R3,173 Discovery Miles 31 730 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Reading George Eliot as a European novelist among other European novelists, John Rignall explores her use of European travel, scenes and locations in her fiction and also places her novels in conversation with the work of other major European writers. Throughout the book, Rignall shows Eliot's engagement with the cultures of France and Germany, suggestively making the case that Eliot's novels belong to the tradition of the European novel that descends from Cervantes. Rignall develops the fundamental theme of Eliot's position as a European novelist in chapters that explore the significance of Eliot's first visit to Germany with G. H. Lewes, Eliot's ideas on the cultural differences between French and German writing, the incidental part travel plays in novels such as Daniel Deronda and Middlemarch, the role of European landscapes in her fiction, the dialogical relationship between Eliot and Balzac, comparisons between Middlemarch and Flaubert's Madame Bovary, and connections between the novels of Eliot, Gottfried Keller and Theodor Fontane. Daniel Deronda is examined both within the wider context of European Jewish life and as part of a tradition of French novels that harkens back to Balzac and anticipates Proust. Rignall's final chapter takes up Nietzsche's notorious criticism of Eliot in Twilight of the Idols, showing that Eliot, with her sceptical intelligence, insight into the essentially metaphorical nature of language, and grasp of modernity, has something in common with this philosophical iconoclast.

Human Forms - The Novel in the Age of Evolution (Hardcover): Ian Duncan Human Forms - The Novel in the Age of Evolution (Hardcover)
Ian Duncan
R785 R648 Discovery Miles 6 480 Save R137 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A major rethinking of the European novel and its relationship to early evolutionary science The 120 years between Henry Fielding's Tom Jones (1749) and George Eliot's Middlemarch (1871) marked both the rise of the novel and the shift from the presumption of a stable, universal human nature to one that changes over time. In Human Forms, Ian Duncan reorients our understanding of the novel's formation during its cultural ascendancy, arguing that fiction produced new knowledge in a period characterized by the interplay between literary and scientific discourses-even as the two were separating into distinct domains. Duncan focuses on several crisis points: the contentious formation of a natural history of the human species in the late Enlightenment; the emergence of new genres such as the Romantic bildungsroman; historical novels by Walter Scott and Victor Hugo that confronted the dissolution of the idea of a fixed human nature; Charles Dickens's transformist aesthetic and its challenge to Victorian realism; and George Eliot's reckoning with the nineteenth-century revolutions in the human and natural sciences. Modeling the modern scientific conception of a developmental human nature, the novel became a major experimental instrument for managing the new set of divisions-between nature and history, individual and species, human and biological life-that replaced the ancient schism between animal body and immortal soul. The first book to explore the interaction of European fiction with "the natural history of man" from the late Enlightenment through the mid-Victorian era, Human Forms sets a new standard for work on natural history and the novel.

A History of Modern Chinese Popular Literature (Hardcover): Boqun Fan A History of Modern Chinese Popular Literature (Hardcover)
Boqun Fan
R3,578 Discovery Miles 35 780 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

With no comparable study in the English language, the first English translation of Fan Boqun's A History of Popular Modern Chinese Literature presents one of the most authoritative and significant studies on modern Chinese literature to a new readership. Starting in the late Qing Dynasty, a period often overlooked by literary scholars, Fan maps the blueprint of modern Chinese popular literature through a broad range of popular literary genres. Thoughtfully illustrated throughout and utilising courtesan novels, martial arts fiction, pictorial journalism and detective novels, Fan's innovative approach to this rich material develops pioneering new arguments which will be of interest to all interested in modern Chinese literature, popular and visual culture in late Qing and Republican China.

The Routledge Encyclopedia of Walt Whitman (Paperback, New): J.R. LeMaster, Donald D. Kummings The Routledge Encyclopedia of Walt Whitman (Paperback, New)
J.R. LeMaster, Donald D. Kummings
R1,699 Discovery Miles 16 990 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Routledge Encyclopedia of Walt Whitman presents a comprehensive resource complied by over 200 internationally recognized contributors, including such leading Whitman scholars as James E. Miller, Jr., Roger Asselineau, Betsy Erkkila, and Joel Myerson. Now available for the first time in paperback, this volume comprises more than 750 entries arranged in convenient alphabetical format. Coverage includes: biographical information: all names, dates, places, and events important to understanding Whitman's life and career Whitman's works: essays on all eight editions of "Leaves of Grass," major poems and poem clusters, principal essays and prose works, as well as his more than two dozen short stories and the novel, Franklin Evans prominent themes and concepts: essays on such major topics as democracy, slavery, the Civil War, immortality, sexuality, and the women's rights movement. significant forms and techniques: such as prosody, symbolism, free verse, and humour important trends and critical approaches in Whitman studies: including new historicist and cultural criticism, psychological explorations, and controversial issues of sexual identity surveys of Whitman's international impact as well as an assessment of his literary legacy. Useful for students, researchers, librarians, teachers, and Whitman devotees, this volume features extensive cross-references, numerous photographs of the poet, a chronology, a special appendix section tracking the poet's genealogy, and a thorough index. Each entry includes a bibliography for further study.

Arab Representations of the Occident - East-West Encounters in Arabic Fiction (Paperback): Rasheed El-Enany Arab Representations of the Occident - East-West Encounters in Arabic Fiction (Paperback)
Rasheed El-Enany
R1,033 Discovery Miles 10 330 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is one of the first books in English to explore Arab responses to Western culture and values in modern Arab literature. Through in-depth research El-Enany examines the attitudes as expressed mainly through works of fiction written by Arab authors during the twentieth, and, to a lesser extent, nineteenth century. It constitutes an original addition to the age-old East-West debate, and is particularly relevant to the current discussion on Islam and the West.

Alongside raising highly topical questions about stereotypical ideas concerning Arabs and Muslims in general, the book explores representations of the West by the foremost Arab intellectuals over a two-century period, up to the present day, and will appeal to those with an interest in Islam, the Middle East, nationalism and the so-called Clash of Civilizations .

Walker Percy, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and the Search for Influence (Paperback): Jessica Hooten Wilson Walker Percy, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and the Search for Influence (Paperback)
Jessica Hooten Wilson
R731 Discovery Miles 7 310 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
John Clare (Paperback): Jonathan Bate John Clare (Paperback)
Jonathan Bate 2
R526 R415 Discovery Miles 4 150 Save R111 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'What distinguished Clare is an unspectacular joy and a love for the inexorable one-thing-after-anotherness of the world' Seamus Heaney John Clare (1793-1864) was a great Romantic poet, with a name to rival that of Blake, Byron, Wordsworth or Shelley - and a life to match. The 'poet's poet', he has a place in the national pantheon and, more tangibly, a plaque in Westminster Abbey's Poets' Corner, unveiled in 1989. Here at last is Clare's full story, from his birth in poverty and employment as an agricultural labourer, via his burgeoning promise as a writer - cultivated under the gaze of rival patrons - and moment of fame, in the company of John Keats, as the toast of literary London, to his final decline into mental illness and the last years of his life, confined in asylums. Clare's ringing voice - quick-witted, passionate, vulnerable, courageous - emerges through extracts from his letters, journals, autobiographical writings and poems, as Jonathan Bate brings this complex man, his revered work and his ribald world, vividly to life.

Fierce Bad Rabbits - The Tales Behind Children's Picture Books (Paperback): Clare Pollard Fierce Bad Rabbits - The Tales Behind Children's Picture Books (Paperback)
Clare Pollard 1
R240 R192 Discovery Miles 1 920 Save R48 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

What is The Tiger Who Came to Tea really about? How is Meg and Mog related to Polish embroidery? And why does death in picture books involve being eaten? Fierce Bad Rabbits explores the stories behind our favourite picture books, weaving in tales of Clare Pollard's childhood reading and her re-discovery of the classic tales as a parent. Because the best picture books are far more complex than they seem - and darker too. Monsters can gobble up children and go unnoticed, power is not always used wisely, and the wild things are closer than you think. 'A gem . . . hard to put down. Thoroughly enjoyable' Spectator 'Essential reading for every thinking parent' Penelope Lively 'An enlightening, perceptive analysis of the books that build us' Sunday Telegraph, 5 star review 'A happy way to reconnect with old friends' Times

J. M. Synge and Travel Writing of the Irish Revival (Paperback): Giulia Bruna J. M. Synge and Travel Writing of the Irish Revival (Paperback)
Giulia Bruna
R683 R621 Discovery Miles 6 210 Save R62 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Between the late 1890s and the early 1900s, the young Irish writer John Millington Synge journeyed across his home country, documenting his travels intermittently for ten years. His body of travel writing includes the travel book The Aran Islands, his literary journalism about West Kerry and Wicklow published in various periodicals, and his articles for the Manchester Guardian about rural poverty in Connemara and Mayo. Although Synge's nonfiction is often considered of minor weight compared with his drama, Bruna argues persuasively that his travel narratives are instances of a pioneering ethnographic and journalistic imagination. J. M. Synge and Travel Writing of the Irish Revival is the first comprehensive study of Synge's travel writing about Ireland, compiled during the zeitgeist of the preindependence Revival movement. Bruna argues that Synge's nonfiction subverts inherited modes of travel writing that put an emphasis on Empire and Nation. Synge's writing challenges these grand narratives by expressing a more complex idea of Irishness grounded in his empathetic observation of the local rural communities he traveled amongst. Drawing from critically neglected revivalist travel literature, newspapers and periodicals, and visual and archival documents, Bruna sketches a new portrait of a seminal Irish Literary Renaissance figure and sheds new light on the itineraries of activism and literary engagement of the broader Revival movement.

Germinal (Paperback): Emile Zola Germinal (Paperback)
Emile Zola; Translated by Peter Collier; Introduction by Robert Lethbridge
R237 R209 Discovery Miles 2 090 Save R28 (12%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Zola's masterpiece of working life, Germinal (1885), exposes the inhuman conditions of miners in northern France in the 1860s. By Zola's death in 1902 it had come to symbolise the call for freedom from oppression so forcefully that the crowd which gathered at his State funeral chanted 'Germinal! Germinal!'. The central figure, Etienne Lantier, is an outsider who enters the community and eventually leads his fellow-miners in a strike protesting against pay-cuts - a strike which becomes a losing battle against starvation, repression, and sabotage. Yet despite all the violence and disillusion which rock the mining community to its foundations, Lantier retains his belief in the ultimate germination of a new society, leading to a better world. Germinal is a dramatic novel of working life and everyday relationships, but it is also a complex novel of ideas, given fresh vigour and power in this new translation. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

Walker Percy, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and the Search for Influence (Hardcover): Jessica Hooten Wilson Walker Percy, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and the Search for Influence (Hardcover)
Jessica Hooten Wilson
R2,047 Discovery Miles 20 470 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Encyclopedia of Romanticism - Culture in Britain, 1780s-1830s (Paperback): Laura Dabundo Encyclopedia of Romanticism - Culture in Britain, 1780s-1830s (Paperback)
Laura Dabundo
R1,286 Discovery Miles 12 860 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First Published in 1992, this encyclopedia is designed to survey the social, cultural and intellectual climate of English Romanticism from approximately the 1780s and the French Revolution to the 1830s and the Reform Bill. Focussing on 'the spirit of the age', the book deals with the aesthetic, scientific, socioeconomic - indeed the human - environment in which the Romantics flourished. The books considers poets, playwrights and novelists; critics, editors and booksellers; painters, patrons and architects; as well as ideas, trends, fads, and conventions, the familiar and the newly discovered. The book will be of use for everyone from undergraduate English students, through to thesis-driven graduate students to teaching faculty and scholars.

Post-Personal Romanticism - Democratic Terror, Prosthetic Poetics, and the Comedy of Modern Ethical Life (Hardcover): Bo Earle Post-Personal Romanticism - Democratic Terror, Prosthetic Poetics, and the Comedy of Modern Ethical Life (Hardcover)
Bo Earle
R1,950 Discovery Miles 19 500 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
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