A Companion to European Romanticism

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Michael Ferber
Wiley, 2006-01-09 - 600 psl.
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This companion is the first book of its kind to focus on the whole of European Romanticism.

  • Describes the way in which the Romantic Movement swept across Europe in the early nineteenth century.

  • Covers the national literatures of France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia and Spain.

  • Addresses common themes that cross national borders, such as orientalism, Napoleon, night, nature, and the prestige of the fragment.

  • Includes cross-disciplinary essays on literature and music, literature and painting, and the general system of Romantic arts.

  • Features 35 essays in all, from leading scholars in America, Australia, Britain, France, Italy, and Switzerland.

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Michael Ferber is Professor of English and Humanities at the University of New Hampshire. His previous publications include The Social Vision of William Blake (1985), The Poetry of William Blake (1991), The Poetry of Shelley (1993), A Dictionary of Literary Symbols (1999), and an anthology, European Romantic Poetry (2005).

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