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eBook Eighteenth-Century Literary History: An MLQ Reader download ISBN: 0822321351
Author: Marshall Brown
Publisher: Duke University Press Books (April 21, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 288
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Category: Literature
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The essays in this volume, which cover a broad cross-section of eighteenth-century literary history, represent the best studies of this period recently published in MLQ. While examining different parts of the century, as well as different aspects and countries, contributors explore the intersection of literary studies with history, philosophy, psychology, and the visual arts. This span of subjects and approaches extends the focus of Eighteenth-Century Literary History beyond its period to project a spirit of inquiry onto literary history in general.

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Eighteenth-Century Literary History. Book Pages: 288 Illustrations: 7 illustrations Published: April 1999. Table of Contents Back to Top. Acknowledgments. Introduction: Provocations, Marshall Brown. A Novel Nation; or, How to Rethink Modern England as an Emergent Culture, Nancy Armstrong and Leonard Tennenhouse. Nobody's Story: Gender, Property, and the Rise of the Novel, Catherine Gallagher.

Eighteenth-Century Literary History : An MLQ Reader. The essays in this volume, which cover a broad cross-section of eighteenth-century literary history, represent the best studies of this period recently published in MLQ.

Unlike previous histories, it is not just a chronological survey of critical writing, but a multidisciplinary investigation .

Unlike previous histories, it is not just a chronological survey of critical writing, but a multidisciplinary investigation of how the understanding of literature and its various genres was transformed, at the start of the modern era, by developments in philosophy, psychology, the natural sciences, linguistics, and other disciplines, as well as in society at large.

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that can have meaning as "literary history" today.

Viewed as a crucible of modernity, the eighteenth century has become a special focus of Modern Language Quarterly, a journal that has led the revival of literary history as a subject for empirical study and theoretical reflection. The essays in this volume, which cover a broad cross-section of eighteenth-century literary history, represent the best studies of this period recently published in MLQ. While examining different parts of the century, as well as different aspects and countries, contributors explore the intersection of literary studies with history, philosophy, psychology, and the visual arts. They discuss a creative range of topics, including feminism, nationalism, domestic ideology, the classical novel–drama–lyric poetry triad, and both aesthetic and philosophical writings. This span of subjects and approaches extends the focus of Eighteenth-Century Literary History beyond its period to project a spirit of inquiry onto literary history in general.

Contributors. Nancy Armstrong, Marshall Brown, Sanford Budick, Catherine Gallagher, Thomas M. Kavanagh, Jon Klancher, Jill Kowalik, Jonathan Brody Kramnick, Christie McDonald, Jerome McGann, Ruth Perry, Michael B. Prince, Leonard Tennenhouse