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Active romanticism : the radical impulse in nineteenth-century and contemporary poetic practice / edited by Julie Carr and Jeffrey C. Robinson
HerausgeberCarr, Julie In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen In Wikipedia suchen nach Julie Carr ; Robinson, Jeffrey Cane In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen In Wikipedia suchen nach Jeffrey Cane Robinson
ErschienenTuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, 2015
First edition
Umfangvi, 276 Seiten : Illustrationen
SerieModern & contemporary poetics
SchlagwörterEnglisch In Wikipedia suchen nach Englisch / Lyrik In Wikipedia suchen nach Lyrik / Romantik In Wikipedia suchen nach Romantik / Moderne In Wikipedia suchen nach Moderne / Geschichte 1800- In Wikipedia suchen nach Geschichte 1800- / Aufsatzsammlung In Wikipedia suchen nach Aufsatzsammlung
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"Literary history generally locates the primary movement toward poetic innovation in twentieth-century modernism, an impulse carried out against a supposedly enervated "late-Romantic" poetry of the nineteenth century. The original essays in Active Romanticism challenge this interpretation by tracing the fundamental continuities between Romanticism's poetic and political radicalism and the experimental movements in poetry from the late-nineteenth-century to the present day. According to editors July Carr and Jeffrey C. Robinson, "active romanticism" is a poetic response, direct or indirect, to pressing social issues and an attempt to redress forms of ideological repression; at its core, "active romanticism" champions democratic pluralism and confronts ideologies that suppress the evidence of pluralism. "Poetry fetter'd, fetters the human race," declared poet William Blake at the beginning of the nineteenth century.^