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The triumph of Romanticism; collected essays.

[1st ed.].. Columbia, University of South Carolina Press [1970] .
ISBN , 087249182X, 9780872491823

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Subjects Romanticism.
Description v, 462 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Toward a theory of Romanticism.--Toward a theory of Romanticism: II, reconsiderations.--The dilemma of a century: the four stages of Romanticism.--Romanticism: the present state of theory.--The problem of the nineteenth century.--Constable and Wordsworth.--The place of architecture in nineteenth-century romantic culture.--Can Victorian have a useful meaning?--Hawthorne and Melville as European authors.--Darwinism and Darwinisticism.--Aestheticism to modernism: fulfillment or revolution?--What did Lady Windermere learn?--The current crisis in the arts: Pop, Op, and Mini.--Art and disorder.--Art and creativity: proposal for research.--Order and disorder in fiction.--Discontinuity in fiction: persona, narrator, scribe.--Literary interpretation as conventionalized verbal behavior.--Theory of criticism.--Is poetry self-expression?--Metaphor: a little plain speaking on a weary subject.--The intentional? fallacy?--On the historical interpretations of literature.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)98832
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WorldCat Identities Peckham, Morse.
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