By A. Culley
By A. Culley
By Anthony W, Dr Lee
In the 1st assortment dedicated to mentoring relationships in British literature and tradition, the editor and participants provide a clean lens wherein to monitor generic and lesser recognized authors and texts. utilizing quite a few severe and methodological ways, which mirror the range of the mentoring stories into account, the gathering highlights particularly the significance of mentoring in increasing print tradition. themes contain John Wilmot the Earl of Rochester's relationships to a number of position types, John Dryden's mentoring of girls writers, Alexander Pope's complicated makes an attempt at mentoring, the vexed nature of Jonathan Swift's cross-gender and cross-class mentoring relationships, Samuel Richardson's principally unsuccessful efforts to persuade Urania Hill Johnson, and an exam of Elizabeth Carter and Samuel Johnson's as co-mentors of 1 another's paintings. Taken jointly, the essays extra the case for mentoring as a globally operative severe suggestion, not just within the eighteenth century, yet in different literary classes as well.
By Jessica Murphy
By Andrew Higl
By Maritere López,Daniel T. Lochman
By J. C. C. Mays
This is the 1st book-length research to learn the "Ancient Mariner" as "poetry," in Coleridge's personal specific feel of the observe. Coleridge's advanced courting with the "Mariner" as an experimental poem lies in its foundation as a joint undertaking with Wordsworth. J. C. C. Mays strains the alterations within the a number of types released in Coleridge's lifetime and exhibits how Wordsworth's response to the poem stimulated its next interpretation. this can be additionally the 1st publication to situate the "Mariner" within the context of the whole thing of Coleridge's prose and verse, now to be had within the Bollingen amassed variation and Notebooks; that's, not just in terms of different poems like "The Ballad of the darkish Ladiè" and "Alice du Clós," but additionally to rules in his literary feedback (especially Biographia Literaria), philosophy, and theology. utilizing a mixture of shut analyzing and large ancient concerns, reception conception, and booklet historical past, Mays surveys the poem's carrying on with lifestyles in illustrated variants and academic textbooks; its passage during the vicissitudes of latest feedback and significant thought; and, in a last bankruptcy, its magnificent affinities with a few experimental poems of the current time.
By Mary Addyman,Laura Wood,Christopher Yiannitsaros
This quantity explores the intersection among culinary heritage and literature throughout a interval of profound social and cultural switch. break up into 4 components, essays specialise in the relationships among consuming and early life analyzing within the Victorian period, the position of starvation in depicting social instability and reform, the cultivation of flavor via advertisements and the formation of cultural legacies via ingenious and emotional studies of food and drinks. participants exhibit that learning intake is critical for a whole figuring out of sophistication, gender, nationwide identification and the physique. The works of writers reminiscent of Elizabeth Gaskell, Edward Lear, Isabella Beeton and Bram Stoker are thought of along recommendation manuals, domestic entrance narratives and advertisements to supply an leading edge paintings that may be of curiosity to students of social, cultural and clinical historical past in addition to literary studies.
By Pamela S, Dr Hammons
An vital contribution to contemporary serious discussions approximately gender, sexuality, and fabric tradition in Renaissance England, this research analyzes woman- and male-authored lyrics to light up how gender and sexuality inflected 16th- and seventeenth-century poets' conceptualization of kinfolk between humans and issues, human and non-human matters and items. Pamela S. Hammons examines lyrics from either manuscript and print collections—including the verse of authors starting from Robert Herrick, John Donne, and Ben Jonson to Margaret Cavendish, Lucy Hutchinson, and Aemilia Lanyer—and situates them with regards to criminal theories, autobiographies, biographies, performs, and epics. Her strategy fills a vital hole within the dialog, which has centred upon drama and male-authored works, by way of foregrounding the importance of the lyric and women's writing.
Hammons exposes the poetic thoughts 16th- and seventeenth-century English ladies used to say themselves as topics of estate and monetary agents—in relation to fabric goods starting from own estate to actual estate—despite the dominant patriarchal ideology insisting they have been preferably transitority, passive automobiles for men's wealth. The research info how ladies imagined their a number of, complicated interactions with the cloth world:the writer exhibits that how a girl poet represents herself when it comes to fabric gadgets is a versatile fiction she will be able to mobilize for varied purposes.
Because this e-book analyzes men's and women's poems jointly, it isolates vital gendered modifications in how the poets envision human topics' use, keep an eye on, ownership, and possession of items and the impacts, results, and gear of items over people. It additionally provides to the expanding facts for the pervasiveness of patriarchal anxieties linked to woman fiscal organisation in a tradition during which girls have been usually taken care of as objects.
By Samara Anne Cahill,Kevin L. Cope,Shirley Chew,Bärbel Czennia,Kathryn Duncan,David Fairer,Gilles Massot,Nhu Nguyen,Susan Spencer,Jessika Wichner
By Naomi Milthorpe