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Configuring romanticism

Theo D'HAEN, Peter LIEBREGTS, Wim TIGGES, Colin EWEN (Associated name)
Print Book, English, 2003
Rodopi, Amsterdam, 2003
VI-306 pages : couv. illustrations en couleur ; 22 cm
9789042010550, 904201055X
ForewordJoep LEERSSEN: On the Celtic Roots of a Romantic ThemeBart WESTERWEEL: Some Reflections on William Blake and the EmblemTjebbe A. WESTENDORP: Phantoms of Delight: Lines Composed by William WordsworthClaire LAMONT: Scott and Eighteenth-Century Imperialism: India and the Scottish HighlandsTheo D’HAEN: “Nilotic Mud”: British Romantic Writers and the ColoniesJ.P. Vander MOTTEN: Robert Southey, Charles Watkin Williams Wynn and “The Miser’s Mansion”Iain HALLIDAY: “Our Love on One Side, Our Dictionary on the Other”: Leigh Hunt’s A Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla (1847)Valeria TINKLER-VILLANI: Victorian Shelley: Perspectives on a Romantic PoetAllan C. CHRISTENSEN: “Ruth … Sick for Home”: The Keatsian Imagination in the Novel of Elizabeth GaskellCornelis W. SCHONEVELD: Arnoldus Pannevis: “Shakspere: A Critical Contribution (1863)Wil VERHOEVEN: Ecology as Requiem: Nature, Nationhood and History in Francis Parkman’s “History of the American Forest”Wim TIGGES: A Glorious Thing: The Byronic Hero as Pirate ChiefJane MALLINSON: A Modern Mode of EpiphanyPeter van de KAMP: Hands Off! Joyce and the Mangan in the MacTon HOENSELAARS: “Out-Ranting the Enemy Leader”: Henry V and / as World War II PropagandaE.M. KNOTTENBELT: Romantic Residues? Virgil’s Aeneid “in Such a Tongue as the People Understandeth” or in a “Language Really Spoken by Men”Jeannette den TOONDER: Romantic Rebels in Three Novels of the Quiet Revolution in QuébecPeter LIEBREGTS: Images of an Imaginist: Two Film Versions of Jane Austen’s EmmaNotes on Contributors