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Harold Bloom
Author: David Fite
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 1558497536
Pages: 244
Year: 2009-06-01
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A study of one of the most influential literary critics of our time.
Byron's Nature
Author: J. Andrew Hubbell
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319542389
Pages: 289
Year: 2017-10-04
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This book is a thorough, eco-critical re-evaluation of Lord Byron (1789-1824), claiming him as one of the most important ecological poets in the British Romantic tradition. Using political ecology, post-humanist theory, new materialism, and ecological science, the book shows that Byron’s major poems—Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, the metaphysical dramas, and Don Juan—are deeply engaged with developing a cultural ecology that could account for the co-creative synergies in human and natural systems, and ground an emancipatory ecopolitics and ecopoetics scaled to address globalized human threats to socio-environmental thriving in the post-Waterloo era. In counterpointing Byron’s eco-cosmopolitanism to the localist dwelling praxis advocated by Romantic Lake poets, Byron’s Nature seeks to enlarge our understanding of the extraordinary range, depth, and importance of Romanticism’s inquiry into the meaning of nature and our ethical relation to it.
Romantic Vision
Author: Robert Godwin-Jones
Publisher: Summa Publications, Inc.
ISBN: 1883479061
Pages: 322
Year: 1995
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A thematic study of some forty novels by George Sand. Well-suited for the scholar and undergraduate reader. "...a solid study. ...this work has its place in an extensive collection on an author who has captured much scholarly attention over the past 20 years." --Choice.
Modern art and the Romantic vision
Author: Deniz Tekiner
Publisher: Univ Pr of Amer
ISBN: 0761815287
Pages: 119
Year: 2000
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In Modern Art and the Romantic Vision, Deniz Tekiner describes several prominent features of German Romanticism and explores the presence of these features in later art forms including French Symbolist art, the early abstract art of Mondrian and Kandinsky, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, and Earthworks. Stimulating and insightful, this book will appeal to anyone interested in the intellectual foundations of modern art.
Victor Hugo and the romantic vision
Author: Jean Leymarie, Jan Krugier Gallery (New York, N.Y.), Galerie Jan Krugier
Publisher:
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Pages: 97
Year: 1990
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The Romantic Vision of Caspar David Friedrich
Author: Caspar David Friedrich, Robert Rosenblum, Sabine Rewald, Art Institute of Chicago, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 0870996037
Pages: 110
Year: 1990
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This book is about the paintings of Casper David Friedrich.
Let Wonder Seem Familiar
Author: R. S. White
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0485112566
Pages: 203
Year: 1985-01-01
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Dr White examines the ways in which Shakespeare uses formal conventions from romance throughout his writing career, especially in giving formal completion to a play without forfeiting the open-ended sense of life's complexity. In his romantic comedies these conventions are modified to imply that the cosy womb of marriage is not the end of lovers lives; in the problem comedies they are used to challenge the artifice of the comic ending; in some tragedies they are used to provide an ideal of fulfilment which has been destroyed by the tragic events and in the last plays or romances they are used to invoke the full sense of life;s continuing comprehensiveness.
Romantic Vision, Ethical Context
Author: Géza von Molnár
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 1452901945
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The romantic vision
Author: Walker Art Center, Ronnie L. Zakon
Publisher:
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Pages: 32
Year: 1978
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This Enchanted Isle
Author: Peter Woodcock
Publisher: Gothic Image
ISBN:
Pages: 192
Year: 2000
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Britain's mystical and mythological heritage has been inspirational throughout the ages. The author discusses such visionaries as Blake and the alchemist Dr Dee, challenging nihilism with the survival of the sacred in art.
The Magnetized Observer
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Pages: 30
Year: 1988
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Romantic Vision and the Novel
Author: Jay Clayton
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521115116
Pages: 260
Year: 2009-07-02
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In this important contribution to the poetics of fiction Dr Jay Clayton examines the way the Romantic visionary moment alters narrative structure in the novel. This study provides the first account of the relationship between Romanticism and the English novel, giving detailed attention to the formal issues of genre and representation, as well as to the social and ethical assumptions that govern apparently formal considerations. Informed by literary, psychoanalytic and narrative theory, Romantic Vision and the Novel is written in a clear and forceful style that will help many readers come to terms with these difficult subjects. Through detailed and original interpretations of works by Richardson, Austen, Emily Bronte, Dickens, George Eliot and Lawrence, Clayton establishes the importance for what they can reveal about each other and for what their relationship reveals about the larger functional of literature in society.
The Romantic Vision in America
Author: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Carol Robbins
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Year: 1971
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Jeremiah
Author: Jeremiah Goodman
Publisher: Power House Books
ISBN: 1576873536
Pages: 208
Year: 2007
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While most can only imagine the lavish living quarters filled with fine china, dramatic drapery, and regal furniture that lie behind the iron-clad gates of the most exclusive addresses in America, Jeremiah Goodman has had the rare opportunity to enter and paint his impressions of the residences of the rich and famous for the past 54 years. Goodman’s expressive watercolors not only act as an archive of interior design for the second half of the 20th century, but also provide a glimpse into the artist’s unique ability to infuse a depiction of domestic space with a sense of drama and emotion second only to being there. In addition to making art based on the interiors, Goodman painted studies for rooms-to-be, creating the beautiful plans on which the rooms themselves would be based. Jeremiah: A Romantic Vision is a 208-page retrospective of Goodman’s career, with over 80 plates of Goodman’s work, photos and ephemera from his life, and reflections from Goodman himself. Over the span of his career, Goodman has made renderings of the homes of such influential icons as President Ronald and First Lady Nancy Reagan; legendary theatre personas Mary Martin, Sir John Gielgud, and Richard Rodgers; Baron and Baroness Philippe de Rothschild; jewelry designer Elsa Peretti; Greta Garbo; Cecil Beaton; Betsy Bloomingdale; the Duchess of Windsor; fashion designers Elsa Schiaparelli and Bill Blass; Vogue editor-in-chief and fashion icon Diana Vreeland; interior designers Billy Baldwin and Mario Buatta; and famed photographer Bruce Weber; in addition to illustrating rooms for House and Garden, The New York Times Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, and Interior Design, a publication for which Goodman illustrated each month’s cover for 15 years. With an introduction by playwright Edward Albee, Jeremiah: A Romantic Vision offers a rare look at a true life of grandeur.
The Rhine: National Tensions, Romantic Visions
Author: Manfred Beller, Joseph Theodoor Leerssen
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004344063
Pages: 364
Year: 2017-09-15
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Introduction: the Rhine, Europe's frontier, Europe's dreamland: transnational destination, inspiration, disputation -- Part I. Case studies in geopolitics, romanticism and travel -- Victor Hugo's Le Rhin: French national perspectives on a European river / Manfred Beller -- The symbolical and political investment of the Rhine: a Dutch perspective / Joep Leerssen -- Italian travellers in the Rhineland in the first half of the nineteenth century / Giovanna Cermelli -- English middle-rhine tourism in late-eighteenth and nineteenth-century literature / Hans Werner Breunig -- North American travellers in the Rhine Valley: revisions of their perspectives on the landscape and on sites of memory in the contested region -- Waldemar zacharasiewicz -- Goethe's art travels in the Rhine regions 1814-1817 and his concept of decentralized collections / Helmut J. Schneider -- Restored future: a panorama of the castles, churches and monuments on the confluence of Rhine and Nahe / Manfred Beller -- The Rhine as a symbol: aspects, meanings and functionalization of a memory landscape / Elmar Scheuren -- The Walhalla: Bavarian Integration Monument, Germanic Hall of Fame, expression of European patronage / Reinhard Baumann -- Part II. A history of appropriations -- From the Meuse to the Rhine: a disputed region in French and German atlases and encyclopaedias / Manfred Beller -- The never-ending stream: cultural mobilization over the Rhine / Joep Leerssen -- Literary appropriations of the Rhine: a German-French repertory, 1814-1925

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