The Anthem Dictionary of Literary Terms and Theory

This Dictionary is a guide to the literary terms most relevant to students and readers of English literature today, thorough on the essentials and generous in its intellectual scope.

Author: Peter Auger

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9780857286703

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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This Dictionary is a guide to the literary terms most relevant to students and readers of English literature today, thorough on the essentials and generous in its intellectual scope. The definitions are lively and precise in equipping students and general readers with a genuinely useful critical vocabulary. It identifies the thinking and controversies surrounding terms, and offers fresh insights and directions for future reading. It does this with the help of extensive cross-referencing, indexes and up-to-date bibliography (with recommended websites).

Physical Disability in British Romantic Literature

5 Dictionaries of literary terms, critical theory, and encyclopedias have recently begun to include disability. ... 2009); Peter Auger, 'Disability Studies', in The Anthem Dictionary of Literary Terms and Theory (London: Anthem, ...

Author: Essaka Joshua

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108836708

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 319

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This book provides new period-appropriate concepts for understanding Romantic-era physical disability through function and aesthetics.

Towards Creative Imagination in Victorian Literature

The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1971. ... Cambridge Companions to Literature. Armstrong, Isobel. ... The Anthem Dictionary of Literary Terms and Theory. London: Anthem, 2010.

Author: Aleksandra Piasecka

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443861984

Category: Art

Page: 230

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This book explores the concept of the creative imagination in Mid- and Late Victorian England. In these times of transition, as the age of the Industrial Revolution was regarded, aesthetic considerations became involved in the broader debate on the shape of the modern world. Thus, the approach to the artistic imagination was closely connected with the shifting beliefs concerning the essence of beauty, and the role of religion, not to mention attitudes towards nature and society. These aspects defined the aims furthered by painters and poets alike and set the direction for their artistic endeavours. Five people have been chosen as representatives of their time in the discussion about artistic imagination: John Ruskin, William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Walter Pater and Arthur Symons. Accordingly, the material analysed to recreate the Victorian understanding of the artistic faculties is of different kinds, and embraces not only critical essays (Ruskin, Pater, Symons), but also belles-lettres: short stories (Morris) and poems (Rossetti, Symons). In this manner, two positions complement each other: namely, the views of the theoreticians and those of practitioners. The former attempted to discern and extract the quintessence of the artistic powers on the basis of their observations and reflections, whereas the latter relied on their personal experiences in this respect.

Transnational Religious Spaces

33 Pio Zirimu, a Ugandan linguist, scholar, and literary theorist, is credited with having introduced this term. See P. Auger, The Anthem Dictionary of Literary Terms and Theory, London: Auger Anthem Press, 2010, p.

Author: Philip Clart

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110690194

Category: History

Page: 330

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This volume, bringing together work by scholars from Europe, East Asia, North America, and West Africa, investigates transnational religious spaces in a comparative manner by juxtaposing East Asian and African examples. It highlights flows of ideas, actors, and organizations out of, into, or within a given continental space. These flows are patterned mainly by colonialism or migration. The book also examines cases where the transnational space in question encompasses both East Asia and Africa, notably in the development of Japanese new religions in Africa. Most of the studies are located in the present; a few go back to the late nineteenth century. The volume is rounded off by Thomas Tweed’s systematic reflections on categories for the study of transnationalism; his chapter "Flows and Dams" critically weighs the metaphorical language we use to think, speak, and write about transnational religious spaces.

Indian Poetry in English

Further Reading Chakrabarti, Piyas, Anthem Dictionary of Literary Terms and Theory, Anthem Press, Delhi, 2006. Hawking, Stephen, A Brief History of time, New York and London: Bantam Books, 1988. Mehrotra, Krishna Arvind, The Oxford ...

Author: ZINIA MITRA

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 9788120345713

Category: Poetry

Page: 472

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Indian poetry in English began with the imitation of English Romantic poets but gradually Indo-Anglian poets began to write on Indian themes based on Indian contexts and Indian social scenario. Indo-Anglian poetry has received world recognition and some of the poets are held in high esteem. This anthology containing 35 essays is an attempt to represent the gamut of Indian poetry in English, both pre-Independence and post-Independence, from diverse critical perspectives. The thirteen poets covered in this anthology include Michael Madhusudan Dutt, Toru Dutt, Rabindranath Tagore, Sarojini Naidu, Nissim Ezekiel, A.K. Ramanujan, and Kamala Das. The essays in the book offer innovative perspectives and touch upon different aspects of Indian poetry in English. The tone of the essays varies from personal to argumentative to objectively discursive. The book, with diverse and thought-provoking essays, will be highly useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students of English Literature. Besides, those who are interested to know about Indian Poetry in English will find the book quite illuminating and interesting.

Uumajursiutik unaatuinnamut Hunter with Harpoon Chasseur au harpon

Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature. Toronto: House of Anansi. Auger, Peter. 2010. The Anthem Dictionary of Literary Terms and Theory. London: Anthem Press. Ayaruaq, John. 1968. ᔭ ᐊᔭᒍᐊ ᐅᓂᑲᒐ ᐃᓄᓯᒥᓂ [Jaan ...

Author: Markoosie Patsauq

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 9780228005032

Category: Literary Collections

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Fifty years ago, Markoosie Patsauq, then a bush pilot in his late twenties living in the tiny, isolated High Arctic community of Resolute, spent his spare time quietly writing a story that effectively emerged as the first Indigenous novel released in Canada. Published in English under the title Harpoon of the Hunter in 1970 by McGill-Queen's University Press, that version of the story was Patsauq's own adaptation. In the years that followed the widely acclaimed English edition was translated into many different languages, but what has remained obscured until the present day is the Inuktitut text originally produced by the author. In collaboration with Patsauq, Valerie Henitiuk and Marc-Antoine Mahieu have foregrounded the original Inuktitut text to inform their translations into both English and French. This critical edition, complete with the story in both Inuktitut syllabics and Latin script, utilizes the author's handwritten manuscript as well as interviews with Patsauq to produce a new, rigorous examination of this literary and cultural milestone. This work also includes the first comprehensive account of the critical response to his writing while underscoring the way the much-altered English adaptation from 1970 shaped that response. A momentous achievement that situates a new classic in the twenty-first century, Hunter with Harpoon brings readers back to the roots of Markoosie Patsauq's Inuit story to experience it as it was originally written.

Don Quixote in the Archives

Madness and Literature in Early Modern Spain Dale Shuger. Lázaro, Juan Antonio. AHN Inq. Lib. ... Auger, Peter, The Anthem Dictionary of Literary Terms and Theory (London and New York: Anthem Press, 2010). Avalle-Arce, Juan Bautista, ...

Author: Dale Shuger

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9780748644643

Category: Literary Criticism

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A new reading of madness in Don Quixote based on archival accounts of insanityFrom the records of the Spanish Inquisition, Dale Shuger presents a social corpus of early modern madness that differs radically from the 'literary' madness previously studied. Drawing on over 100 accounts of insanity defences, many of which contain statements from a wide social spectrum - housekeepers, nieces, doctors, and barbers - as well as the testimonies of the alleged madmen and women themselves, Shuger argues that Cervantes' exploration of madness as experience is intimately linked to the questions about ethics, reason, will and selfhood that unreason presented for early modern Spaniards. In adapting, challenging and transforming these discourses, Don Quixote investigates spaces of interiority, confronts the limitations of knowledge - of the self and the world - and reflects on the social strategies for diagnosing and dealing with those we cannot understand. Shuger discovers an intimate connection between Cervantes's integration of this discourse of madness and his part in forging the new genre of the European novel.

INDIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH CRITICAL ESSAYS

Pathak, R.S., Edited by Singh Kr. Avadhesh, Indian English Literature: Marginalized Voices, Creative Books, New Delhi, 2003. Chakrabarti Piyas, Anthem Dictionary of Literary Terms and Theory, Anthem Press, 2006. Waugh Patricia, Literary ...

Author: ZINIA MITRA

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 9788120352612

Category: Poetry

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Indian poets who wrote in English—a small middle class minority—were divided from the regional language poets by more than language for long. The English poets had a selected readership, were known unto themselves, in academic circles if they were widely published, but were looked down upon with a kind of derision by regional writers. However, the scenario has changed now. From English being spurned as a colonizer’s tongue that was nobody’s language, it has now become everybody’s language with English medium schools, English movies, ads, soaps and serials. For a generation living in a global village, genuine readership and appreciation of English poetry is no longer an encumbrance. This book, in its second edition, continues to educate the students with diverse and thought-provoking essays that vary from personal to argumentative to objectively discursive English literature and to those who are genuinely interested in Indian English poetry. The Fourteen poets selected in this anthology are Michael Madhusudan Dutt, Toru Dutt, Rabindranath Tagore, Aurobindo Ghosh, Sarojini Naidu, Jibanananda Das, Nissim Ezekiel, Jayanta Mahapatra, A.K. Ramanujan, Arun Kolatkar, Rajagopal Parthasarathy, Kamala Das, and Dilip Chitre. The poets included are all on the syllabi of major universities in India.

Disabling Romanticism

The little everyman: Stature and masculinity in eighteenthcentury English literature. ... The anthem book of literary terms and theory. London: Anthem. Baines, P., Ferraro, J., ... The Oxford dictionary of literary terms (3rd ed.).

Author: Michael Bradshaw

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137460646

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 215

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This book investigates the presence of disability in British Romantic literature, as subject matter, as metaphorical theme, and as lived experience. It is the first collection of its kind, breaking new ground in re-interpreting key texts and providing a challenging overview of this emerging field. The collection offers both a critique of academic Romantic studies and an affirmation of the responsiveness of the Romantic canon to new stimuli. Authors discussed include William Blake, Lord Byron, Ann Batten Cristall, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, George Darley, Richard Payne Knight, William Gilpin, Mary Robinson, Mary Shelley, Robert Southey, and William Wordsworth.