Romantic Border Crossings

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Jeffrey Cass, Larry H. Peer
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - 225 Seiten
This volume approaches the disciplinary and intellectual anxieties and crises surrounding comparatist studies, particularly as they intersect with Romanticism, not only for the bulk of British Romanticists who aim their critical gaze but for the outlying Romanticists who work on American, European and other non-Western romanticisms.
 

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Heterotopia and Romantic Border Crossings
1
British Border Crossings
25
Gateway to Heterotopia Elsewhere on Stage
27
To Be and Not To Be The Bounded Body and Embodied Boundary in Inchbalds A Simple Story
41
Byron Under the Black Flag
53
Comparative Border Crossings
63
Crossing Boundaries in Nervals Voyage en Orient
65
Transgressions of Gender and Generation in the Families of Goethes Meister
75
Genre Crossings Gothic Novels and the Borders of History
123
Pedagogical Border Crossings
133
Teaching Orientalism through British Romantic Drama Representations of Arabia
135
Crossing the Borders of Genre in Romantics Scholarship and the Classroom
147
Learning from Excess Emily Dickinson and Bettine von Amims Die Günderode
159
American and Transatlantic Border Crossings
169
A Uniform Hieroglyphic Crossing Race and Ethnicity in Whitmans Leaves of Grass 1855
171
Manifest Empire AngloAmerican Rivalry and the Shaping of US Manifest Destiny
181

Transcending Borders Loss and Mourning in Gottfried August Bürgers Lenore
87
Historical Border Crossings
97
Crossing from Jacobin to AntiJacobin Rethinking the Terms of English Jacobinism
99
Rhyming Reason The Poetry of Early Psychiatrists 17901830
113
Ample Make This Bed Dickinsons Dying in Drama and Amims Liebestod
191
Works Cited
201
Index
219
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Über den Autor (2008)

Jeffrey Cass is Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, USA. Larry Peer is Karl G. Maeser Professor of Comparative Literature at Brigham Young University, USA.

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