Book Name: A History of Romantic Literature
Book Writer: Frederick Burwick
Book Categories: English, Romantic Literature, English Literature
Book Language: English
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A History of Romantic Literature By Frederick Burwick:
Historical Narrative Offers Introduction to Romanticism by inserting Key Figures in Overall Social Context
Going on the far side the overall literary survey, A History of Romantic Literature examines the literatures of sensibility and intensity further because the aesthetic dimensions of horror and terror, grandeur and ecstasy, by providing a richly integrated account of shared themes, interests, innovations, rivalries and disputes among the writers of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Drawing from the assemblage theory, Prof. Burwick maintains that the literature of the amount is indivisible from prevailing economic conditions and in progress political and spiritual turmoil, further as developments in physics, astronomy, music and art. Thus, instead of influence authors as if they worked in isolation from society, he identifies and describes their interactions with their communities and with each other, further as their responses to current events. By connecting apparently scattered and random events like the bank crisis of 1825, he weaves the synchronic into a coherent narrative of the networking that well-read the increase and progress of Romanticism.