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Romanticism, Lyricism, and History epub

by Sarah M. Zimmerman


Romanticism, Lyricism, and History epub

ISBN: 0791441105

ISBN13: 978-0791441107

Author: Sarah M. Zimmerman

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: SUNY Press; First Edition edition (May 6, 1999)

Pages: 233 pages

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Romanticism; Lyricism & History book.

Romanticism; Lyricism & History book.

Arguing against a persistent view of Romantic lyricism as an inherently introspective mode, this book examines how . Sarah M. Zimmerman is Associate Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Arguing against a persistent view of Romantic lyricism as an inherently introspective mode, this book examines how Charlotte Smith, William Wordsworth, and John Clare recognized end employed the mode's immense capacity for engaging reading audiences in reflections both personal and social. Zimmerman focuses new attention on the Romantic lyric's audiences - not the silent, passive auditor of canonical paradigms, but historical readers and critics who can tell us more than we have asked about the mode's rhetorical possibilities.

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Argues against the persistent view of Romantic lyricism as inherently introspective by relating the poems of William Wordsworth, John Clare, and Charlotte Smith, as well as the letters and prose works of Dorothy Wordsworth, to their historical and literary contexts.

Romanticism, Lyricism, and History Sarah M. Zimmerman.

Romanticism, Lyricism, and History. Article in Studies in romanticism 42(1):141 · January 2003 with 10 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. In the history of novelistic description, the transition from the Enlightenment to Romanticism and realism marks an important shift. The status of description, as with the modalities of its integration in the narrative context, changes.

At the Limits of Romanticism: Essays in Cultural, Feminist, and Materialist. Meena Alexander was born Mary Elizabeth Alexander in Allahabad, India on February 17, 1951. She received a bachelor's degree in English and French at the University of Khartoum in 1969 and a P. in English at the University of Nottingham in 1973.

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Sarah Zimmerman is the author of Romanticism, Lyricism, and History (SUNY 1999) and The Romantic Literary Lecture in Britain (Oxford UP 2019). Both projects reflect her interest in reading various genres in relationship to historical audiences, and in the intersection of the period's emphasis on interiority with the vibrancy and informing presence of its reading publics. That work includes essays on the poetry of Charlotte Smith and John Clare, the drama of Percy Bysshe Shelley, and the lectures of Coleridge. New York is my campus. Fordham is my school.

Sarah Zimmerman argues in a timely study that the Romantic lyric needs to be re-conceived. But Zimmerman seeks to promote "A more circumspect view of Romantic lyricism", one able to acknowledge its double-sidedness, "its capacity for solipsism and sympathetic identification, privatization and historical consciousness" (3). In a well-argued opening chapter, she contends that there is a high and unnecessary critical price to pay for "equating Romantic lyricism with a politics of disengagement" (6), and.

Argues against the persistent view of Romantic lyricism as inherently introspective by relating the poems of William Wordsworth, John Clare, and Charlotte Smith, as well as the letters and prose works of Dorothy Wordsworth, to their historical and literary contexts.