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eBook Romantic Literature, Race, and Colonial Encounter (Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters) download ISBN: 1403976457
Author: P. Kitson
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1st edition (March 11, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 269
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Category: Literature
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Kitson, Peter J. Romantic literature, race, and colonial encounter, Peter J. Kitson. p. c. (Nineteenth-century major lives & letters) Includes bibliographical references (. and index. 1. English literature-18th century-History and criticism. 2. Race in literature.

Kitson, Peter J. 3. English literature-19th century-History and criticism. 4. Colonies in literature. 5. Imperialism in literature. 6. Politics and literature-Great Britain-Colonies. 7. Great Britain- h century. 8. Great Britain-Colonies- History-19th century. 9. Romanticism-Great Britain.

Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters. Romantic Literature, Race, and Colonial Encounter. In a fresh investigation of primary sources and original readings, Kitson traces the origins of contemporary ideas about race though a variety of late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century literary texts by Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, De Quincey, and other published and unpublished writings about travel and exploration and natural history.

In a fresh investigation of primary sources and original readings, Kitson .

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Start by marking Romantic Literature, Race, and Colonial Encounter as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Subjects including slavery, natural history, comparative anatomy, missionary, dipl Romantic Literature, Race, and Colonial Encounter is a study of the origin, growth, and development of "the race idea" and its impact on the writing of the Romantic period. It discusses how race as a concept became increasingly important in defining difference and identity in Romantic period culture.

In a fresh investigation of primary sources and original readings, Kitson traces the origins of contemporary ideas about race though a variety of late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century literary texts by Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, De Quincey, and other published and unpublished.

In a fresh investigation of primary sources and original readings, Kitson traces the origins of contemporary ideas about race though a variety of late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century literary texts by Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, De Quincey, and other published and unpublished writings about travel and exploration and natural history. Dear user! You need to be registered and logged in to fully enjoy Englishtips. We recommend registering or logging in.

The volumes in Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters evoke the .

The volumes in Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters evoke the energies, achievements, contributions, cultural traditions, and individuals who reflected and generated them during the Romantic and Victorian period .

Romanticism was an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that originated in Europe toward the end of the 18th century. Scholars regard the publishing of William Wordsworth's and Samuel Coleridge's Lyrical Ballads in 1798 as probably the beginning of the movement, and the crowning of Queen Victoria in 1837 as its end. Romanticism arrived in other parts of the English-speaking world later; in America, it arrived around 1820.

The history of American literature can be divided into five periods: Colonial and Early National, Romantic . Emily Dickinson lived a life quite unlike other writers of the Romantic period: she lived largely in seclusion; only a handful of her poems.

The history of American literature can be divided into five periods: Colonial and Early National, Romantic, Realism and Naturalism, Modernist, and Contemporary. Each has its own unique characteristics, notable authors, and representative works. By the first decades of the 19th century, a truly American literature began to emerge. Emily Dickinson lived a life quite unlike other writers of the Romantic period: she lived largely in seclusion; only a handful of her poems were published before her death in 1886; and she was a woman working at a time when men dominated the literary scene.

In a fresh investigation of primary sources and original readings, Kitson traces the origins of contemporary ideas about race though a variety of late Eighteenth and early Nineteenth century literary texts by Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, De Quincey, and other published and unpublished writings about travel and exploration and natural history.