6 edition of Women, nationalism, and the romantic stage found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 256-264) and index.
|Series||Cambridge studies in Romanticism|
|LC Classifications||PR719.P65 B65 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 272 p. :|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||00041386|
© Cambridge University Press Cambridge University Press - In the Theatre of Romanticism: Coleridge, Nationalism, Women. - Women, Nationalism, and the Romantic Stage: Theatre and Politics in Britain, Betsy Bolton Frontmatter More information. cambridge studies in romanticism This book has beneﬁted from a wide range of institutional and individ-ual support. In and , a George Becker fellowship from.
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Comments. Chapter 6 has been made freely available courtesy of Cambridge University Press. This material has been published in Women, Nationalism And The Romantic Stage: Theatre And Politics In Britain,by Betsy version is free to Cited by: The book focuses primarily on Coleridge and on the middle stage of his career, during which he wrote most extensively for and about Women theatre.
But its discussion of anxieties about women in Coleridge's plays applies just as forcefully to the history plays of the second-generation romantic poets, and to the best-known romantic writers on Cited by: English Romanticism has long been considered an 'undramatic' and 'anti-theatrical' age, yet Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley and Keats all wrote plays and viewed them as central to England's poetic and political reform.
In the Theatre of Romanticism analyses these plays, in the context of. The book focuses primarily on Coleridge and on the middle stage of his career, during which he wrote most extensively for and about the theatre. But its discussion of anxieties about women in Coleridge's plays applies just as forcefully to the history plays of the second-generation romantic poets, and to the best-known romantic writers on.
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Women, Nationalism And The Romantic Stage: Theatre And Politics In Britain, By Betsy Bolton. Abstract. In the s and s, theatre critics described the stage as a state in political tumult, while politicians invoked theatre as a model for politics both good and bad.
and Romantic gender relationsBOOK JACKEAuthor: Betsy Bolton. What did it mean to write as a woman in the Romantic era. How did women writers test and refashion the claims or the grand self, the central 'I, ' we typically see in Romanticism.
In this powerful and original study Meena Alexander examines the work of three women: Mary Wollstonecraft () the radical feminist who typically thought of life as 'warfare' and revolted against the social. The predominance of nationalism and the subordination of women are also self-evident in Yeats's Cathleen ni Houlihan.
Pervasive in the play is the atmosphere of nationalism. The setting at a cottage near Killala infor example, is reminiscent of the crucial year when Irishmen planned to rebel against their British colonizer.
women (p). seem to some readers to treat attitudes about sexuality as foundationally important determiners of Romantic drama. Chapter 4 is an account of theater criticism by Hazlitt, Commendably, the book's conclusion offers a formulation Hunt and Lamb.Culture and Nationalism German romanticism The "verlorene heimat." the redemption idea The doctrine of the "urvolk." the shades of the past Arndt's hatred of the french Kleist's german "catechism." Ludwig Jahn, a pioneer of hitlerism Arrogant germanism German jungle spirit The Burschenschaft Rome's influence on romanticism After damascus Frederick of Gentz Adam Muller and the romantic idea of.She has published essays on theatricality and imperialism, and is the author of Women, Nationalism, and the Romantic Stage: Theatre and Politics in Britain, – ().
She is currently working on two (p. xx) books, provisionally entitled The Secret Celebrity of Romantic Psychology and Romantic Lyric and the Public Imagination.