1 edition of Romantic appropriations of history found in the catalog.
Romantic appropriations of history
Judith Bailey Slagle
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Judith Bailey Slagle|
|LC Classifications||PR4056 .Z88 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781611475098, 9781611475104|
|LC Control Number||2012020146|
Common Sense is the nation's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to . A radical, lively departure from received notions about art of the Romantic period For many, the term “neoclassicism” has come to imply discipline, order, restraint, and a certain myopia. Leaving the term behind, this book radically challenges enduring assumptions about the art produced from the late 18th century to the early Victorian period, casting new light on appropriations of the.
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Romantic Appropriations of History offers a look at how two early nineteenth-century women, each under her own “anxiety of influence,” appropriated original tales to produce completely new texts of political and cultural significance.
The book addresses appropriation and translation in various ways and provides an introduction to the lives Brand: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. Romantic Appropriations of History: The Legends of Joanna Baillie and Margaret Holford Hodson, addresses the transformation of historical tales in the creative hands of Baillie and Hodson.
Romantic Appropriations of History: The Legends of Joanna Baillie and Margaret Holford Hodson Creator(s) Judith Bailey Slagle, East Tennessee State University FollowCited by: 1.
The history of the Bible, in both its formation and as acknowledged canon, is the history of its appropriations, of which the Romantic one is of special moment for modernity.
Taking the story of Jacob's blessing as the classic narrative of appropriation, Prickett underlines the ambiguities of this history. These appropriations fall into two main groups: those pertaining to the name Böhme or a life assigned to it, and those involving concepts or images from the mystic's oeuvre.
The first group constituted an attempt to co-opt the aura of sanctity attached to portrayals of the poet-prophet in order to invest Romantic Poesie with the sacral standing of religion.
His work deals with stereotypes of national character (Imagology, ed. Manfred Beller, ; ), romantic historicism, and the transnational history of cultural nationalism (National thought in Europe, 3rd ed., Amsterdam, ).
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A History of Appropriations The Walhalla: Bavarian Integration Monument, Germanic Hall of Fame, Expression of European Patronage From the Meuse to the Rhine: A Disputed Region in French and German Atlases and EncyclopaediasAuthor: J. Leerssen. The Romantic Appropriation of the Bible.
Author: Stephen Prickett; Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» During the later eighteenth century the Bible underwent a shift in interpretation so radical as to make it virtually a different book from what it had been a hundred years earlier.
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Books shelved as classic-romance: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen, Persuasion by. Book Prize The Longman-History Today book prize is open to an author’s first or second book, written in English, on any aspect of History, published between 1 October and 31 September The winning book, which receives an award of £2, will display innovative research and interpretation and will have made its subject accessible to the general g: Romantic.
Table of contents. Introduction Section 1. Making Sense The Beginnings of the Bible Biblical Nonsense Section 2. Biblical Politics Religion Despite the Bible The Bible in the Metropolis Section 3. The Bible as Guidebook Biblical Tourism: Portuguese Novelists and the Life of Christ The Book of Dave versus the Bible Section 4.
Music, Nationalism and the Bible Jonah in Estonia, Joseph. Committee on Appropriations Free Departments of Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, Report Together with Minority and Additional Views (to Accompany H.R.
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