Comparative Government And Politics,An Introduction (Paperback - 2015)
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The books in the Contexts series provide broad-ranging and accessible information about the literary, historical and cultural background of the major periods and genres. Taking its instigation from the ways in which literary texts define their own area of reference within their historical moment, each volume also questions canonical readings of its period, and contains relevant extracts from contemporary documents to aid further discussion.
Romantic Literature: surveys the dominant social and cultural themes of the Romantic Age (1780-1835), such as the wide-reaching effects of the French Revolution, and the relationship between natural philosophy (science) and poetry and prose, while also considering the genres that the authors of this period developed or re-established as important: the novel, the ballad and lyrical poetry, the sonnet, and satires in prose as well as verse forms.
Romantic Literature encompasses a wide range of authors including Jane Austen, Joanna Baillie, Anna Barbauld, William Blake, Robert Burns, Lord Byron, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Godwin, William Hazlitt, John Keats, Matthew Lewis, Sydney Owenson, Thomas Love Peacock, Ann Radcliffe, Mary Robinson, Sir Walter Scott, Anna Seward, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Mary Godwin Shelley, Helen Maria Williams, Mary Wollstonecraft, William Wordsworth.
In this insight into a fascinating literary period, Romantic Literature creates a rounded portrait of the Romantic Age through original analyses and unique comparisons between selected major and minor writers of the day.
About the Author
JENNIFER BREENSchool of Arts and Humanities, University of North London, UK
MARY NOBLE English Department, Princeton University, USA
|Product Name||Comparative Government And Politics,An Introduction (Paperback - 2015)|
|Original Price||INR 499.00|
|Author||Rod Hague and Martin Harrop|
|Subject||Politics and Current Affairs|