Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net

Modelling the Self: Subjectivity and Identity in Romantic and Post-Romantic Thought and Culture Numéro 51, August 2008

Sommaire (21 articles)

  1. Preface

Articles

  1. Smith, Wordsworth, and the Model of the Romantic Poet
  2. “The Colossal Fabric’s Form”: Remodelling Memory, History, and Forgetting in Byron’s Poetic Recollections of Ruins
  3. Good self, bad self: The Struggle in Shelley
  4. “Into her Dream he Melted”: Women Artists Remodelling Keats
  5. “Something Intended, Complete”: Yeats and the Remodelled Self
  6. North of Boston: Models of Identity, Subjectivity and Place in the Poems of Robert Frost
  7. The Visual and the Self in Contemporary Poetry
  8. Discursive Constructions of the Self in British Romanticism

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