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Romanticism; comparative discourses.


Romanticism; comparative discourses.

Ed. by Larry H. Peer and Diane Long Hoeveler.

Ashgate Publishing Co.


208 pages



Nineteenth century series


Without trying to solve the puzzle of what exactly is and is not Romanticism, North American scholars of English and other literatures explore the multiplicity and polyvalence of its discourse systems. They cover language and Romantic discourse systems, women writers and Romantic constructions of power, and varieties of revisionist discourse in Romanticism.

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