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9781349425822 - S. Jones: Satire and Romanticism
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S. Jones (?):

Satire and Romanticism (?)

ISBN: 9781349425822 (?) or 1349425826, in english, Palgrave Macmillan, New

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argue, construction, culture, English, English Romanticism, interaction, parody, performance, rhetoric, Romanticism, salon culture, satire, understanding, Victorian era, writing, Literature; Early Modern/Renaissance Literature; Nineteenth-Century Literature; British and Irish Literature, Book
9781349425822 - S. Jones: Satire And Romanticism
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S. Jones (?):

Satire And Romanticism (?)

ISBN: 9781349425822 (?) or 1349425826, in english, Palgrave Macmillan US, New

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S. Jones, Books, Satire And Romanticism, Satire And Romanticism
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S. Jones (?):

Satire and Romanticism (?)

ISBN: 9781349425822 (?) or 1349425826, in english, Palgrave Macmillan US, Paperback, New

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Satire-and-Romanticism~~Steven-E-Jones, Satire and Romanticism, paperback
9781349425822 - Satire and Romanticism 2000
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Satire and Romanticism 2000 (?)

ISBN: 9781349425822 (?) or 1349425826, in english, New

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This remarkable study of the constructive and ultimately canon-forming relationship between satiric and Romantic modes of writing from 1760 to 1832 provides us with a new understanding of the historical development of Romanticism as a literary movement. Romantic poetry is conventionally seen as inward-turning, sentimental, sublime, and transcendent, whereas satire, with its public, profane, and topical rhetoric, is commonly cast in the role of generic other as the un-Romantic mode. This book argues instead that the two modes mutually defined each other and were subtly interwoven during the Romantic period. By rearranging reputations, changing aesthetic assumptions, and re-distributing cultural capital, the interaction of satiric and Romantic modes helped make possible the Victorian and modern construction of 'English Romanticism'.
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