Women & Romanticism Vol2

1st Edition

Roxanne Eberle

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Published January 8, 2020
Reference - 408 Pages
ISBN 9780429349386 - CAT# KF18279

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Summary

First published in 2006. Women and Romanticism’s first two volumes gather material from the vast body of work produced around the subjects of education and employment. VOLUME II covers Education and Employment in the Later Romantic Period Until the 1980s, a five-volume collection of materials on ‘Women and Romanticism’ would have been inconceivable, since Romantic studies largely restricted itself to a consideration of the major male poets of the period (William Blake, William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Keats), When women were present in accounts of Romanticism, they were considered in terms of their literary function (as objects of representation), or in relation to their domestic (as mothers, daughters, wives and lovers of the authors). Indeed, the first Romantic women writers to enter academic discourse were those with familial connections to the canonized poets: Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley and Dorothy Wordsworth. Other writers of interest in the 1970s included Frances Burney and Jane Austen.

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