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Emportez plus de livres partout avec vous avec Kobo by Fnac. Previous studies of annotation have revealed the margins as dynamic textual spaces both shaping and shaped by diverse aesthetic, historical, and political sensibilities. Annotation in Eighteenth-Century Poetry addresses these oversights through a substantial introduction and eleven essays analyzing the printed endnotes and footnotes accompanying poems written or annotated between and Drawing on methods and critical developments in book history and print culture studies, this collection explores the functions that annotation performed on and through the printed page.
"Contributors" - Studies in the Literary - Sandro Jung is Research Professor of (Lehigh UP, ); and James Thomson's "The Seasons," Print Culture, Essays and Studies (Boydell), on print culture and. The essays brought together here consider the reception of Ossian in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, as well as in a wide range of European countries. In some the focus is on individual writers (for instance, Goethe, Schiller, Chateaubriand, Espronceda), in others there is a broader sweep and a survey of reception in a national literary. Biography. Professor Sandro Jung is Founding Director of the Centre for the Study of Text and Print Culture at Ghent University, the President of the East-Central American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and the project director of “A Revisionist, genre-theoretical and historical study of the British ode in the long eighteenth century, .
Because the reading and writing of poetry boasted social and pedagogical functions that predate the rise of the note as a print technology, studying the relation of notes to poetry also reveals how the evolving layout of the eighteenth-century book wrought significant changes not only on reading practices and reception, but on the techniques that booksellers used to make new poems, steady-sellers, and antiquarian discoveries legible to new readers.
Above all, analyzing notes in poetry volumes contributes to larger inquiries into canon formation and the rise of literary studies as a discipline in the eighteenth century.Steve Newman, Temple University, English Department, Faculty Member.
Studies English Literature, Romanticism, and Eighteenth-Century British History and Culture. Sandro Jung Essays Studies. Documents in Women s Literature – nbsp; Building on the ongoing critical recuperation of women writers of the Romantic period, this essay sketches the extraordinary life and literary achievements of an aristocratic Irish woman.
Elizabeth Gaskell, Victorian culture, and the art of fiction: original essays for the bicentenary. [Sandro Jung; Alan Shelston;] -- Celebrates the bicentennial anniversary of the late author's birth with fourteen essays that explore her body of work, elements of Victorian society, and her relationship with other authors of her.
Dickens Studies Annual 31 (): Law, Graham. “A Tale of Two Authors: The Shorter Fiction of Gaskell and Collins.” Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 9 (): Original Essays for the Bicentenary.
Sandro Jung. Ghent: Academia P, for lifetime achievement in American Studies. American and British literary specialists rotate in presenting the annual American and British Victorian Culture and the Art of Fiction: Essays for the Bicentenary, ed.
Sandro Jung. Ghent, Belgium and Leba-non, N.H.: Academia Press, Fitzgerald, Stephanie “Land and Literacy: The.