Romanticism

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Cynthia Chase
Longman, 1993 - Literary Collections - 285 pages

The essays in this volume have all been carefully chosen by Cynthia Chase to exemplify the most important strands in contemporary critical thought on Romantic literature, in particular the best of recent feminist, deconstructive, and new historicist writing. They include contributions from critics such as Paul de Man, Mary Jacobus, Marjorie Levinson and Jerome Christensen. The collection, with its substantial introduction and judicious selection of key work, explains the significance of recent critical debate by relating it to fundamental critical questions that define Romanticism. Through the course of their analyses the essays offer answers to perhaps the most essential question posed by the Romantic period: what is the role of language in history?

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Contents

Geoffrey Hartman Romanticism and AntiSelf
43
Sublime
78
Narrative Origins
98
Copyright

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Cynthia Chase teaches courses in the Departments of English and Comparative Literature at Cornell Unviersity, USA.

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