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Offers a new, Spinozist framework for understanding encounters with otherness in Romantic literature as experiences of immanence.
Struck by Apollo
Retraces Hölderlin's journeys to Bordeaux and back in 1801–02, explaining why they are turning points in the great poet's life.
A Bastard Kind of Reasoning
Ranges widely and deeply across William Blake's oeuvre to show how his post-Newtonian vision of space-time anticipates Einsteinian relativity.
Examines how Indigenous figures used British Romantic poetry in their interactions with settler governments and publics.
The Amorous Imagination
Building on Jean-Luc Marion’s phenomenology of love this book takes up the “question of the Other” and argues that through the interpretive activities of the amorous imagination lovers come to experience one another as the Beloved.
Shows how feminist writing in British Romanticism developed alternatives to linear time.
Analyzes how literary representations of suicide have reinforced antiblackness in the modern world.
On the Essence of Language
This important early Heidegger text sheds new light on his later focus on language.
Beasts of Burden
Uses literature, art, and cultural texts from the British Romantic period to explore the age in which biological life and its abilities first became regulated by the rising nation.
The Birth of Novalis
A frank and candid glimpse into the early life of the maturing poet.
Poems of Wine and Tavern Romance
A selection of poems by one of Islam’s greatest poetic voices.
How the Romantics invented psychoanalysis in advance of Freud.
Offers an explanation for the poet's mysterious and longstanding preoccupation with death and grief.
Romantic Poetry and the Fragmentary Imperative
Uses the concept of the poetic fragment to draw connections between romantic poetry and modern literature and literary theory.
The Perversity of Poetry
Explains why poetry gave way to the realist novel as the dominant literary form in nineteenth-century England.
Idealism without Absolutes
Extends the boundaries of Romantic culture from its pre-Kantian past to contemporary theory and beyond.
Examines the full spectrum of women's participation in the social, economic, religious, and poetic debates surrounding the French Revolution.
This biography of American poet Frederick Goddard Tuckerman focuses on his development as both a "Romantic," whose work was influenced by Keats, Emerson, and Tennyson, and as an "anti-Romantic," in the ...
The Literary Absolute
The first authoritative study of the emergence of the modern concept of literature in German romanticism.