Studien zur Englischen Romantik, Band 8

Michael Meyer (Ed.)
Romantic Explorations - Selected Papers from the Koblenz Conference
of the German Society for English Romanticism

The contributions in the present volume take a fresh look at the various ways in which the Romantics redefined traditional notions of literature, the arts, the humanities, and science, exploring new ground in a literal and a metaphorical sense. In general the essays contained here employ interdisciplinary perspectives, combining literary studies, media studies, architecture, art history, gender studies, history, psychology, and philosophy. These articles add new perspectives on well-known authors and topics, reconsider neglected fields, and examine the interaction between the Enlightenment and Romanticism - often crossing national and cultural boundaries. 

M. Meyer: Exploring Romanticism - Romantic Explorations 
S. C. Behrendt: The Romantics and Media 
R. Borgmeier: Wordsworth's Guide to the Lakes - a Landmark in the Opening Up of a Literary Region 
M. Domines Veliki: Wordsworth's Sense of Place: Dominion or Assimilation? 
M. Irimia: Are these the Alps which I see before me, or are they but some mountains of the mind? 
F. Menhard: Picture Perfect? Exploring Landscape, Vision, and Motion in Romantic Painting and Poetry 
C. Powell: Gazing "on a work divine, a blending of all beauties": Turner's Changing Responses to the Rhine and its Tributaries 
F. Burwick: James Gillray and the Aporia of Visual Hermeneutics 
M. Modrzewska: The Romantic Ukraine in Narrative Tales by George Gordon Byron and Antoni Malczewski 
P. J. Kitson: Romantic Explorations of China 
R. Lansdown: Guilt, Wilderness, Desert Islands: The Romantic Pacific 
N. Heringman: Romantic Explorations of Antiquity: Customs and Manners in D'Hancarville's Collection of Etruscan, Greek, and Roman Antiquities 
S. Fricke: "Pleasant riddles of futurity" - Egyptian Hieroglyphs in the Romantic Age 
R. Lessenich: Romanticism and the Exploration of the Unconscious J. Vigus: Hazlitt and Hume: Personal Identity as Imaginative Narration 
M. Procházka: From the Apocalypse to Infinity: Blake's Visions of Imagination 
N. Hirakura: The Portrait of a Family: Wollstonecraft's Letters from Sweden 
R. Domke: Feminizing the Historical Novel: Mary Shelley's Perkin Warbeck 
S. Dumke: A Chameleon under Goethe's Leaves: Shelley and the Farbenlehre 
C. Lai: Symbols in Stone: The Architecture of Power in Regency London

ISBN 978-3-86821-285-3, 272 S., kt., € 27,50 (2010)

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