By Joel Faflak, Julia M. Wright
The guide to Romanticism Studies is an available and indispensible source delivering scholars and students with a wealthy array of historic and up to date serious and theoretical contexts for the examine of Romanticism.
* specializes in British Romanticism whereas additionally addressing continental and transatlantic Romanticism and previous periods
* makes use of key terms equivalent to mind's eye, elegant, poetics, philosophy, race, historiography, and visible tradition as issues of entry to the research of Romanticism and the theoretical issues and the tradition of the period
* Explores subject matters crucial to Romanticism reviews and the serious developments of the final thirty years
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Extra resources for A Handbook of Romanticism Studies (Critical Theory Handbooks)
I do not see why either ideology or aesthetics should side with one over the other. After all, organicism, despite its dynamism, has been taken as an ideology. Perhaps ideology gains effectiveness under the sign of irresolution; certainly texts do insofar as they thereby become never-ending reflexive events (Levinson 9). White once again marshals irresolution against ideology when she insists that the “disinterested imagination . . bespeaks neither its determination by history . . nor its transcendence of history.
For those who defend the imagination from its historicist critics, many of whom do so on the grounds of a theory of figuration or a theory of reading, the “history” they offer seems particularly provincial: a literary critic’s version of history that centers on tropes. It is especially telling that both the major historical treatments of the Romantic imagination – and indeed its defenders Imagination 27 and detractors alike – and even those critics such as Paul Fry who argue that Romantic lyrics have nothing to do with history – feel the gravity of deconstruction.
The Prelude. London, 1850. 2 Sensibility Julie Ellison Introduction In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, sensibility figured prominently in British cultural life. Sensibility materialized in literary works as extravagant emotion delivered through rhetorically intense and narratively complex textual episodes. And sensibility was not just an affair of the arts. It was something that philosophers, scientists, historians, and political commentators investigated as an element of mind, matter, and society.
A Handbook of Romanticism Studies (Critical Theory Handbooks) by Joel Faflak, Julia M. Wright