||Nineteenth-century major lives and letters
Nineteenth-century major lives and letters. ^A719558
||1. Introduction / Tim Fulford and Michael E. Sinatra -- 2. The Glimmer of Futurity, 1811-1815 / Jonathan Sachs -- 3. Jane Austen, Percy Shelley, and Felix Britannica / Joel Faflak -- 4. Renewing the Estate: Mansfield Park and the Berkeley Peerage Affair / Robert Miles -- 5. William Blake and the Decorative Arts / Tilar J. Mazzeo -- 6. The State of The Examiner's World in 1813 / Jeffrey N. Cox -- 7. 'Senator and Actors': Leigh Hunt's Theatrical Criticism and the Regency / Michael E. Sinatra -- 8. 1813: The Year of the Laureate / Michael Gamer -- 9. Of Precious Loobies, Bag Wigs, and Posthumous Orators: Hunt's 'Resurrection' of Southey / Gregory Kucich -- 10. The Volcanic Humphry Davy / Tim Fulford -- 11. Lord Byron's Greek Air: Rediscovering a Regency Lyric / Andrew Stauffer -- 12. Collecting, Cultural Memory, and the Regency Museum / Sophie Thomas -- 13. De-Radicalizing Popular Literature: from William Hone to Pierce Egan / John Gardner.
||"The Regency Revisited aims to reconfigure the field of Romantic Studies by approaching Romanticism through a neglected timeframe. Central to it is the demonstration of the ways in which the politics and culture of the Regency years transformed literature. By co-opting authors in its support, it provoked others' opposition, and brought new genres and modes of writing to the fore. Key figures are Robert Southey and Leigh Hunt: The Regency Revisited shows both to have had pivotal roles in transforming Romanticism. Austen and Byron also feature strongly as authors who honed their satire in response to Regency culture. Other topics include Blake and popular art, Regency science (Humphry Davy), Moore and parlour songs, Cockney writing and Pierce Egan, Anna Barbauld and the collecting and exhibiting that was so popular an aspect of Regency London"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Genre/form||Criticism, interpretation, etc.|