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Romantic Tragedies: Hardback: Cambridge University Press: 9780521767118: 10 Mar 2011: Tragedies by Wordsworth, Coleridge and Shelley probe England's responses to the French Revolution and the poets' relationships with each other. Troubled politically and personally, Wordsworth and Coleridge turned in 1797 to the London stage. Their tragedies, The Borderers and Osorio, were set in medieval Britain and early modern Spain to avoid the Lord Chamberlain's censorship. Drury Lane rejected both, but fifteen years later, Coleridge's revision, Remorse, had spectacular success there, inspiring Shelley's 1819 Roman tragedy, The Cenci, aimed for Covent Garden. Reeve Parker makes a striking case for the power of these intertwined works, written against British hostility to French republican liberties and Regency repression of home-grown agitation. Covertly, Remorse and The Cenci also turn against Wordsworth. Stressing the significance of subtly repeated imagery and resonances with Virgil, Shakespeare, Racine, Jean-Franocois Ducis and Schiller, Parker's close readings, which are boldly imaginative and decidedly untoward, argue that at the heart of these tragedies lie powerful dramatic uncertainties driven by unstable passions - what he calls, adapting Coleridge's phrase for sorcery, 'dark employments'" Literary Studies: Plays & Playwrights, , , , Romantic Tragedies, Reeve Parker, 9780521767118, Cambridge University Press, , , , ,, [PU: Cambridge University Press]

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Troubled politically and personally, Wordsworth and Coleridge turned in 1797 to the London stage. Their tragedies, The Borderers and Osorio, were set in medieval Britain and early modern Spain to avoid the Lord Chamberlain''s censorship. Drury Lane rejected both, but fifteen years later, Coleridge''s revision, Remorse, had spectacular success there, inspiring Shelley''s 1819 Roman tragedy, The Cenci, aimed for Covent Garden. Reeve Parker makes a striking case for the power of these intertwined works, written against British hostility to French republican liberties and Regency repression of home-grown agitation. Covertly, Remorse and The Cenci also turn against Wordsworth. Stressing the significance of subtly repeated imagery and resonances with Virgil, Shakespeare, Racine, Jean-François Ducis and Schiller, Parker''s close readings, which are boldly imaginative and decidedly untoward, argue that at the heart of these tragedies lie powerful dramatic uncertainties driven by unstable passions - what he calls, adapting Coleridge''s phrase for sorcery, ''dark employments''. Reeve Parker, Books, Fiction and Literature, Romantic Tragedies: The Dark Employments of Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Shelley Books>Fiction and Literature, Cambridge University Press

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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. Troubled politically and personally, Wordsworth and Coleridge turned in 1797 to the London stage. Their tragedies, The Borderers and Osorio, were set in medieval Britain and early modern Spain to avoid the Lord Chamberlain's censorship. Drury Lane rejected both, but fifteen years later Coleridge's revision, Remorse, had spectacular success there, inspiring Shelley's 1819 Roman tragedy, The Cenci, aimed for Covent Garden. Reeve Parker makes a striking case for the power of these intertwined works, written against British hostility to French republican liberties and Regency repression of home-grown agitation. Covertly, Remorse and The Cenci also turn against Wordsworth. Stressing the significance of subtly repeated imagery and resonances with Virgil, Shakespeare, Racine, Jean-François Ducis and Schiller, Parker's close readings, which are boldly imaginative and decidedly untoward, argue that at the heart of these tragedies lie powerful dramatic uncertainties driven by unstable passions - what he calls, adapting Coleridge's phrase for sorcery, 'dark employments'.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Picture Boards. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Cambridge University Press, 2012

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Cambridge University Press, 2011. Hardcover. New. Troubled politically and personally, Wordsworth and Coleridge turned in 1797 to the London stage. Their tragedies, The Borderers and Osorio, were set in medieval Britain and early modern Spain to avoid the Lord Chamberlain's censorship. Drury Lane rejected both, but fifteen years later, Coleridge's revision, Remorse, had spectacular success there, inspiring Shelley's 1819 Roman tragedy, The Cenci, aimed for Covent Garden. Reeve Parker makes a striking case for the power of these intertwined works, written against British hostility to French republican liberties and Regency repression of home-grown agitation. Covertly, Remorse and The Cenci also turn against Wordsworth. Stressing the significance of subtly repeated imagery and resonances with Virgil, Shakespeare, Racine, Jean-Franðcois Ducis and Schiller, Parker's close readings, which are boldly imaginative and decidedly untoward, argue that at the heart of these tragedies lie powerful dramatic uncertainties driven by unstable passions - what he calls, adapting Coleridge's phrase for sorcery, 'dark employments'"--SKU: MM-60155641; EAN: 9780521767118, Cambridge University Press, 2011

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Romantic Tragedies: The Dark Employments of Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Shelley (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism)

Tragedies by Wordsworth, Coleridge and Shelley probe England's responses to the French Revolution and the poets' relationships with each other.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521767118
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0521767113
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
300 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,635 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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