The Politics Of Romantic Theatricality 1787 1832

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The Politics Of Romantic Theatricality 1787 1832

Author : D. Worrall
ISBN : 9780230801417
Genre : Performing Arts
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This book sets out the political and cultural conditions regulating dramatic writing during an era of censorship and monopolistic royal theatres. Using a range of plays and manuscripts, it argues for the centrality of burletta, the theatrical locus of the attacks on the Cockney school of poetry and the vitality of the metropolitan dramatic scene.
Category: Performing Arts

The Oxford Handbook Of British Romanticism

Author : David Duff
ISBN : 9780199660896
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of British Romantic literature and an authoritative guide to all aspects of the movement including its historical, cultural, and intellectual contexts, and its connections with the literature and thought of other countries. All the major Romantic writers are covered alongside lesser known writers.
Category: Literary Criticism

Romanticism And Theatrical Experience

Author : Jonathan Mulrooney
ISBN : 9781107183872
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Provides new theatrical contexts for Romantic-period literary writing, reframing the relationship between theater and poetry in Regency London.
Category: Literary Criticism

Byron At The Theatre

Author : Peter Cochran
ISBN : UOM:39015082745699
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Byron at the Theatre is a collection of essays by a wide spectrum of European scholars, dealing with Byronâ (TM)s dramas in a variety of ways. It starts with a long and detailed introduction on Byron and Drury Lane, incorporating much recent research done on the riotous and squalid conditions of the theatre in Regency London â " conditions which go far towards explaining Byronâ (TM)s distaste for the idea of theatrical success. There follows a chapter about the influence on Byron of Vittorio Alfieri, a vital subject which has not been written about thoroughly for over a century, and which goes far to explain what motivated Byronâ (TM)s experiments in classical drama. The main body of the essays discuss Byronâ (TM)s plays from thematic perspectives, and examine Byron himself as a figure in the dramas of Goethe and Stoppard. There is a chapter on Rudolph Nureyevâ (TM)s little-known Manfred ballet, and another on Byron himself as a dramatic performer. Byron at the Theatre is a vital book for anyone interested in this much-discussed but little-understood aspect of Byronâ (TM)s life and work.
Category: Literary Criticism

Harlequin Empire

Author : David Worrall
ISBN : 9781317315490
Genre : History
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Under the 1737 Licensing Act, Covent Garden, Dury Lane and regional Theatres Royal held a monopoly on the dramatic canon. This work explores the presentation of foreign cultures and ethnicities on the popular British stage from 1750 to 1840. It argues that this illegitimate stage was the site for a plebeian Enlightenment.
Category: History

Blake And Conflict

Author : Sarah Haggarty
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131761509
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Famously, Blake believed that "without contraries" there could be no "progression." Conflict was integral to his artistic vision, and his style, but it had more to do with critical engagement than any urge to victory. The essays in this volume look at conflict as it marked Blake's thinking on politics, religion and the visual arts.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Choice

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ISBN : UOM:39015079680511
Genre : Academic libraries
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Category: Academic libraries

Women Of Letters Manuscript Circulation And Print Afterlives In The Eighteenth Century

Author : M. Bigold
ISBN : 9781137033574
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Using unpublished manuscript writings, this book reinterprets material, social, literary, philosophical and religious contexts of women's letter-writing in the long 18th century. It shows how letter-writing functions as a form of literary manuscript exchange and argues for manuscript circulation as a method of engaging with the republic of letters.
Category: Literary Criticism

I Hope I Don T Intrude

Author : David Vincent
ISBN : 9780191038136
Genre : History
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'I Hope I Don't Intrude' takes its title from the catch-phrase of the eponymous hero of the 1825 play Paul Pry, which was an immense success on the London stage and then rapidly in New York and around the English-speaking world. It tackles the complex, multi-faceted subject of privacy in nineteenth-century Britain by examining the way in which the tropes, language, and imagery of the play entered public discourse about privacy in the rest of the century. The volume is not just an account of a play, or of late Georgian and Victorian theatre. Rather it is a history of privacy, showing how the play resonated through Victorian society and revealed its concerns over personal and state secrecy, celebrity, gossip and scandal, postal espionage, virtual privacy, the idea of intimacy, and the evolution of public and private spheres. After 1825 the overly inquisitive figure of Paul Pry appeared everywhere - in songs, stories, and newspapers, and on everything from buttons and Staffordshire pottery to pubs, ships, and stagecoaches - and 'Paul-Prying' rapidly entered the language. 'I Hope I Don't Intrude' is an innovative kind of social history, using rich archival research to trace this cultural artefact through every aspect of its consumer context, and using its meanings to interrogate the largely hidden history of privacy in a period of major transformations in the role of the home, mass communication (particularly the new letter post, which delivered private messages through a public service), and the state. In vivid and entertaining detail, including many illustrations, David Vincent presents the most thorough account yet attempted of a recreational event in an era which saw a decisive shift in consumer markets. His study casts fresh light on the perennial tensions between curiosity and intrusion that were captured in Paul Pry and his catchphrase. Giving a new account of the communications revolution of the period, it re-evaluates the role of the state and the market in creating a new regime of privacy. And its critique of the concept and practice of surveillance looks forward to twenty-first-century concerns about the invasion of privacy through new technologies.
Category: History

Women Warriors In Romantic Drama

Author : Wendy C. Nielsen
ISBN : 9781611494303
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Women Warriors in Romantic Drama advances scholarship on late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century theater by bringing together, for the first time, female and male dramatists as well as British, German, Irish, and French writers, thinkers, actors, and philosophers. This transnational perspective allows Women Warriors in Romantic Drama to make the provocative claim that in some instances, the violence of the French Revolution—and especially women's participation in it—advances proto-feminist concerns.
Category: Literary Criticism

Byron S Romantic Celebrity

Author : Tom Mole
ISBN : UOM:39015074267629
Genre : History
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Byron's Romantic Celebrity offers a new history and theory of modern celebrity. It argues that celebrity is a cultural apparatus that emerged in response to the Romantic industrialization of print and culture and that Lord Byron should be understood as one of its earliest examples and most astute critics. Under that rubric, it investigates the often strained interactions of artistic endeavour and commercial enterprise, the material conditions of Byron's publications, and the place of celebrity culture in history of the self.
Category: History

Family Authorship And Romantic Print Culture

Author : Michelle Levy
ISBN : UOM:39015073868294
Genre : History
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Family Authorship and Romantic Print Culture explores the conjunction of authorship and family life as a distinctive cultural formation of Romantic-era Britain. Through examination of the practices and texts of literary families, the book traces an alternative history of Romantic authorship, one that lies on the cusp between a vanishing manuscript culture and the dominance of print; that reflects a struggle in Romantic self-identity between communities of feeling and individual genius; and that grapples with an evolving tension between the private and public spheres.
Category: History

Novel Minds

Author : R. Tierney-Hynes
ISBN : 9781137033291
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Eighteenth-century philosophy owes much to the early novel. Using the figure of the romance reader this book tells a new story of eighteenth-century reading. The impressionable mind and mutable identity of the romance reader haunt eighteenth-century definitions of the self, and the seductions of fiction insist on making an appearance in philosophy.
Category: Literary Criticism

Literary Minstrelsy 1770 1830

Author : Erik Simpson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132226999
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book argues that Romantic-era writers used the figure of the minstrel to imagine authorship as a social, responsive enterprise unlike the solitary process portrayed by Romantic myths of the lone genius. Simpson highlights the centrality of the minstrel to many important literary developments from the Romantic era through to the 1840s.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Transnational England

Author : Monika Class
ISBN : UOM:39015084097586
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The rise of the modern English nation coincided with Englands increased encounters with other peoples, both at home and abroad. Their cultures and ideasartistic, religious, political, and philosophicalcontributed, in turn, to the composition of Englands own domestic identity. Transnational England sheds light on this exchange through a close investigation of the literatures of the time, from dramas to novels, travel narratives to religious hymns, and poetry to prose, all of which reveal how connections between England and other world communities 1780-1860 simultaneously fostered and challenged the sovereignty of the English nation and the ideological boundaries that constituted it. Featuring essays from distinguished and emergent scholars that will enhance the literary, historical, and cultural knowledge of England's interaction with European, American, Eastern, and Asian nations during a time of increased travel and vast imperial expansion, this volume is valuable reading for academics and students alike.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Regency Period 1810 1830

Author : Connoisseur
ISBN : UCAL:B2501641
Genre : Architecture, Regency
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Category: Architecture, Regency