Romanticism and Postmodernism
The persistence of Romantic thought and literary practice into the late twentieth century is evident in many contexts. Though the precise meaning of the Romantic legacy is contested, it remains stubbornly difficult to move beyond. This collection of essays by prominent critics and literary theorists explores the continuing impact of romanticism on a variety of authors and genres, including John Barth, William Gibson, and John Ashbery, while writers from the Romantic and Victorian period include Wordsworth, Byron and Emily Brontë. This book considers the mutual impact of postmodernism and Romanticism.
Ką žmonės sako - Rašyti recenziją
Neradome recenzijų įprastose vietose.
new world order
the case of late Turner
some Romantic and postmodern
A being all alike? Teleotropic syntax in Ashbery
the persistence of Gothic
Kiti leidimai - Peržiūrėti viską
aesthetic American Anna Antin argues artist Ashbery's becomes Bronte's poetry Byron century chiasmus Coleridge concept contemporary Coppelius critical critique cultural cynicism David Antin death deconstruction discourse Dorothy Dorothy Wordsworth dream early elegy Emily Bronte English Enlightenment essay experience fantasy father femininity feminist fiction figure Freud Gallery gender Geoffrey Hill Gothic heimlich Ibid identifies ideology imagination John Ash John Ashbery John Barth judgement language late Turner Laurie Anderson literary literature London Lyotard Marjorie Perloff masculine means metaphor Modernism Modernist Nathaniel Neuromancer novel particular perhaps period poem poet poetic political postmodernist present psychoanalysis question reading relation representation Romantic irony Romanticism Ruskin Sandman Schlegel Sebastian Arrurruz sense sexual signified speaker story structure sublime suggest symbolic syntax Tennis Court Oath theory tion tradition trans transcendence trivial Uncanny unfinished University Press unpresentable Victorian William words Wordsworth writing York