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The Resource Poetry and British nationalisms in the Bardic eighteenth century : imagined antiquities, Jeff Strabone

Poetry and British nationalisms in the Bardic eighteenth century : imagined antiquities, Jeff Strabone

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Poetry and British nationalisms in the Bardic eighteenth century : imagined antiquities
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Poetry and British nationalisms in the Bardic eighteenth century
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imagined antiquities
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Jeff Strabone
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eng
Summary
This book offers a radical new theory of the role of poetry in the rise of cultural nationalism. With equal attention to England, Scotland, and Wales, the book takes an Archipelagic approach to the study of poetics, print media, and medievalism in the rise of British Romanticism. It tells the story of how poets and antiquarian editors in the British nations rediscovered forgotten archaic poetic texts and repurposed them as the foundation of a new concept of the nation, now imagined as a primarily cultural formation. It also draws on legal and ecclesiastical history in drawing a sharp contrast between early modern and Romantic antiquarianisms. Equally a work of literary criticism and history, the book offers provocative new theorizations of nationalism and Romanticism and new readings of major British poets, including Allan Ramsay, Thomas Gray, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Strabone, Jeff
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821.509
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index present
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PR551
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Palgrave studies in the Enlightenment, romanticism and cultures of print
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  • English poetry
  • Romanticism
  • Nationalism
  • POETRY
  • English poetry
  • Nationalism
  • Romanticism
  • Great Britain
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Poetry and British nationalisms in the Bardic eighteenth century : imagined antiquities, Jeff Strabone
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
  • Intro; Note on Usage; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction: Beowulf or Brutus ofTroy?; Historical Introduction; The State ofOld andMiddle English intheSixteenth Century: Evidence overPoetry; Metre andNation intheEarly Modern Era; The State ofOld andMiddle English in1700: Philology over Poetry; Pope andBysshe: Fixing theLimits ofForm; Critical, Theoretical, andMethodological Introduction; The Nation asanImagined Cultural Community; Cultural Nationalism andtheBardic Narrative ofLiterary History
  • Ballads andRelics: TheAntiquarianism ofWordsRomanticism andMediation; Metre asMethod; Chapter 2: Allan Ramsay andThomas Ruddiman: Two Ways ofReviving Scotland's Dead Poets; Poet andEditor; The Middle Scots Poets inandout ofPrint; Ruddiman's Douglas's Virgil; How theMiddle Scots Poets Became Bards; "Neat, Correct, andFair": Ramsay asEditor; The New Scots Poetry Versusthe English ofEngland andtheLatin ofScotland; The Search forNew/Old Forms; Form andGenre Transformed; Chapter 3: The Fall andRise oftheWelsh Bards, or, How theEnglish Became British
  • Prophets andBards: Wales Before UnionEarly Printing inWelsh-inEngland; The Uses ofWelsh History intheReformation; Two Conceptions ofTime andMediation; The Late Arrival ofPrinting inWales; Anxieties ofMediation: Evans's Ancient Welsh Specimens; Thomas Gray, or, How theWelsh Bards Became English Literary History; Gray's History ofEnglish Poetry: TheOdes andtheImitations; Chapter 4: Samuel Taylor Coleridge andOther Bardic Poets: Thomas Chatterton, Edward Jones, Iolo Morganwg, andOdin; Coleridge's Bardic Literary History; Chatterton asRadical Bard
  • Edward Jones andtheMusic ofResistanceIolo Morganwg's Uninterrupted Dream; Coleridge's Edda: Mediation intheMiddle Ages; Coleridge's Dream oftheBardic Performance; Chapter 5: Christabel andtheMetre of"our oldest Writers inthemost barbarous ages"; The Case forChristabel Metre; Master ofMetre; The Limits ofKnowledge; Old andNew; Coleridge andSpenser: How aRomantic Scans anElizabethan; The Source of"this old Gothic metre": What Coleridge Took fromPercy; Chapter 6: Epilogue: AMillennium ofBritish Poetry?; Bibliography; Reference Works; Laws; Manuscripts; Primary Sources
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9783319952550
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Poetry and British nationalisms in the Bardic eighteenth century : imagined antiquities, Jeff Strabone
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Note on Usage; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction: Beowulf or Brutus ofTroy?; Historical Introduction; The State ofOld andMiddle English intheSixteenth Century: Evidence overPoetry; Metre andNation intheEarly Modern Era; The State ofOld andMiddle English in1700: Philology over Poetry; Pope andBysshe: Fixing theLimits ofForm; Critical, Theoretical, andMethodological Introduction; The Nation asanImagined Cultural Community; Cultural Nationalism andtheBardic Narrative ofLiterary History
  • Ballads andRelics: TheAntiquarianism ofWordsRomanticism andMediation; Metre asMethod; Chapter 2: Allan Ramsay andThomas Ruddiman: Two Ways ofReviving Scotland's Dead Poets; Poet andEditor; The Middle Scots Poets inandout ofPrint; Ruddiman's Douglas's Virgil; How theMiddle Scots Poets Became Bards; "Neat, Correct, andFair": Ramsay asEditor; The New Scots Poetry Versusthe English ofEngland andtheLatin ofScotland; The Search forNew/Old Forms; Form andGenre Transformed; Chapter 3: The Fall andRise oftheWelsh Bards, or, How theEnglish Became British
  • Prophets andBards: Wales Before UnionEarly Printing inWelsh-inEngland; The Uses ofWelsh History intheReformation; Two Conceptions ofTime andMediation; The Late Arrival ofPrinting inWales; Anxieties ofMediation: Evans's Ancient Welsh Specimens; Thomas Gray, or, How theWelsh Bards Became English Literary History; Gray's History ofEnglish Poetry: TheOdes andtheImitations; Chapter 4: Samuel Taylor Coleridge andOther Bardic Poets: Thomas Chatterton, Edward Jones, Iolo Morganwg, andOdin; Coleridge's Bardic Literary History; Chatterton asRadical Bard
  • Edward Jones andtheMusic ofResistanceIolo Morganwg's Uninterrupted Dream; Coleridge's Edda: Mediation intheMiddle Ages; Coleridge's Dream oftheBardic Performance; Chapter 5: Christabel andtheMetre of"our oldest Writers inthemost barbarous ages"; The Case forChristabel Metre; Master ofMetre; The Limits ofKnowledge; Old andNew; Coleridge andSpenser: How aRomantic Scans anElizabethan; The Source of"this old Gothic metre": What Coleridge Took fromPercy; Chapter 6: Epilogue: AMillennium ofBritish Poetry?; Bibliography; Reference Works; Laws; Manuscripts; Primary Sources
Control code
1059514018
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319952550
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
com.springer.onix.9783319952550
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)1059514018

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