Reading, Writing, and Romanticism: The Anxiety of Reception

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - 397 σελίδες
Reading, Writing, and Romanticism bridges a perceived gulf between materialist and idealist approaches to the reader. Informed by an historical awareness of Romantic hermeneutics and its later developments (as well as by an understanding of the circumstances conditioning the production and consumption of literature in this period), the book examines how readers are imagined, addressed, figured and theorized in Romantic poetry and criticism (1790-1830). Models of canon-formation, intertextuality and reader-response are considered alongside the existence of reading-coteries, the social practices of reading, and reforms in copyright. Consideration is given to the philosophical and ideological influences which bear upon the status of reading at this time, as well as to the educational theories and practices which underpin reading habits. Non-canonical writers are included, and special attention is given to the emergence of women's poetry and its repercussions for the poetics of reception.
 

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Authorship and the Public Sphere
13
COLERIDGE
49
Reading and Enchantment
75
The Rhetoric of Mystery
85
WORDSWORTH
91
Ballads 1800
117
ANNA BARBAULD
135
Interventions and Trespasses
145
Attending Listening Sympathizing Identifying
232
Barbauld and Jones
248
THE FORMATION OF A SYSTEM
263
Copyright and the Paradox of Romantic Authorship
269
Posthumous Fame and the Place of Criticism
280
CanonFormation Connectiveness and Recuperation
289
REPETITION
298
Hermeneutic
311

The Reception of Eighteen Hundred and Eleven
164
S COMPETITION AND COLLABORATION
173
Hazlitt and the Defence of Criticism
202
Envy Irony and the Rivalry of Genres
215
FEMINIZING THE POETICS OF RECEPTION
224
Women Readers and the Dangers of Sympathetic
317
ANAMBIGUOUS
333
Bibliography
372
Index
391
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Lucy Newlyn is Lecturer in English at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford. Her publications include Paradise Lost and the Romantic Reader (OUP 1993), Coleridge, Wordsworth, and the Language of Allusion (OUP 1986), and Coleridge's Imagination: Essays in Memory of Peter Laver (CUP 1985).

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