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by Ms Judith A Plotz

  • Author: Ms Judith A Plotz
  • ISBN: 0312227353
  • ISBN13: 978-0312227357
  • ePub: 1642 kb | FB2: 1431 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan; 1st edition (July 6, 2001)
  • Pages: 304
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Romanticism and the Vocation of Childhood ePub download

The subject of Judith Plotz's study is absorbing and fascinating: the construction of the .

The subject of Judith Plotz's study is absorbing and fascinating: the construction of the Romantic Child in the nineteenth century. The presentation is good also, despite a few blemishes such as a failure to tabulate the abbreviations satisfactorily and an irritating number of typographical errors.

Judith Plotz explores the normative role that childhood played in Romantic literature. The Romantics claimed the discovery of childhood and privileged the child as a model human being essentially connected to nature. To write about childhood, to reconstitute the self as a child, to live one’s adult life as if one actually were a child became for many writers a lifelong. Judith Plotz explores the normative role that childhood played in Romantic literature. The Romantics claimed the "discovery" of childhood and privileged the child as a model human being essentially connected to nature. To write about childhood, to reconstitute the self as a child, to live one's adult life as if one actually were a child became for many writers a lifelong vocation as well as a refuge. Romanticism and the Vocation of Childhood" describes the obsessive romantic cherishing of childhood above adulthood.

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Judith Plotz explores the normative role that childhood played in Romantic literature. The Romantics claimed the "discovery" of childhood and privileged the child as a model human being essentially connected to nature. To write about childhood, to reconstitute the self as a child, to live one's adult life as if one actually were a child became for many writers a lifelong vocation as well as a refuge. "Romanticism and the Vocation of Childhood" describes the obsessive romantic cherishing of childhood above adulthood. Chapters on Wordsworth, Lamb, DeQuincey, and the "Li'le Hartley" Coleridge anatomize four different strategies for making durable literary and psychological use of childhood experience and the child's literary persona.
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