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Romanticism and the cultures of infancy / edited by Martina Domines Veliki, Cian Duffy.

Contributor(s): Domines Veliki, Martina [edt] | Duffy, Cian [edt].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cham : Springer Nature, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020Description: xiv, 279 str. : ilustr. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9783030504281.Subject(s): povijest engleske književnosti | književna kritika | književnost romantizma | 18. st
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- Chapter 1: Introduction: The Romantic Cultures of Infancy -- Chapter 2: 'A detached peninsula': Infancy in the Work of Thomas De Quincey -- Infant Sensibility in De Quincey -- De Quincey's Other Infancies -- Conclusion -- Chapter 3: William Blake's Infant Joy -- Infant Joy -- Religious Perspectives -- Educational Perspectives -- Infant Sorrow and New Life -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: The Infant, the Mother, and the Breast in the Paintings of Marguerite Gérard -- Introduction -- Prelude Introducing Marguerite Gérard -- Marguerite Gérard's Genre Paintings of the Infant, the Mother, and the Breast -- Afterlives -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5: Mother at the Source: Romanticism and Infant Education -- Historicising Locke and Rousseau on Infant Education -- Pestalozzi and Atavistic Infancy -- From Ritual to Romance: Owen, New Lanark and the Performance of Infancy -- Chapter 6: Coleridge, the Ridiculous Child, and the Limits of Romanticism -- Chapter 7: Educational Experiments: Childhood Sympathy, Regulation, and Object-Relations in Maria Edgeworth's Writings About Education -- Conclusion Chapter 8: 'Advice [...] by one as insignificant as a MOUSE': Human and Non-human Infancy in Eighteenth-Century Moral Animal Tales -- Introduction -- Conceptualising 'Animal' Aspects of Human Infancy -- Synanthropic Creatures -- Growing Out of the Animal -- Narrating Human Infancy Through Animal Eyes -- Chapter 9: William Godwin, Romantic-Era Historiography and the Political Cultures of Infancy -- The Civil War and the 'Glorious Revolution': From Historical Debates to Books for Children -- Building the Child's Radical Culture in Other Places: Godwin and the Revolt of 1381 The Decline and Fall of the Roman Republic -- Great (Republican) Legislators: The Politics of the History of Greece -- Chapter 10: Experimenting with Children: Infants in the Scientific Imagination -- Romantic Cognitive Science -- Erasmus Darwin: The Origins of Human Culture -- Thomas Wedgwood: 'The child is the father of the man' -- Humphry Davy: The Future of Humanity -- The Infant in the Literary Imagination -- Chapter 11: 'A wretch so sad, so lorn': The Feral Child and the Romantic Culture of Infancy -- Works Cited -- Primary Sources -- Secondary Sources -- Index
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Intro --
Acknowledgements --
Contents --
Notes on Contributors --
List of Figures --
Chapter 1: Introduction: The Romantic Cultures of Infancy --
Chapter 2: 'A detached peninsula': Infancy in the Work of Thomas De Quincey --
Infant Sensibility in De Quincey --
De Quincey's Other Infancies --
Conclusion --
Chapter 3: William Blake's Infant Joy --
Infant Joy --
Religious Perspectives --
Educational Perspectives --
Infant Sorrow and New Life --
Conclusion --
Chapter 4: The Infant, the Mother, and the Breast in the Paintings of Marguerite Gérard --
Introduction --
Prelude Introducing Marguerite Gérard --
Marguerite Gérard's Genre Paintings of the Infant, the Mother, and the Breast --
Afterlives --
Conclusion --
Chapter 5: Mother at the Source: Romanticism and Infant Education --
Historicising Locke and Rousseau on Infant Education --
Pestalozzi and Atavistic Infancy --
From Ritual to Romance: Owen, New Lanark and the Performance of Infancy --
Chapter 6: Coleridge, the Ridiculous Child, and the Limits of Romanticism --
Chapter 7: Educational Experiments: Childhood Sympathy, Regulation, and Object-Relations in Maria Edgeworth's Writings About Education --
Conclusion Chapter 8: 'Advice [...] by one as insignificant as a MOUSE': Human and Non-human Infancy in Eighteenth-Century Moral Animal Tales --
Introduction --
Conceptualising 'Animal' Aspects of Human Infancy --
Synanthropic Creatures --
Growing Out of the Animal --
Narrating Human Infancy Through Animal Eyes --
Chapter 9: William Godwin, Romantic-Era Historiography and the Political Cultures of Infancy --
The Civil War and the 'Glorious Revolution': From Historical Debates to Books for Children --
Building the Child's Radical Culture in Other Places: Godwin and the Revolt of 1381 The Decline and Fall of the Roman Republic --
Great (Republican) Legislators: The Politics of the History of Greece --
Chapter 10: Experimenting with Children: Infants in the Scientific Imagination --
Romantic Cognitive Science --
Erasmus Darwin: The Origins of Human Culture --
Thomas Wedgwood: 'The child is the father of the man' --
Humphry Davy: The Future of Humanity --
The Infant in the Literary Imagination --
Chapter 11: 'A wretch so sad, so lorn': The Feral Child and the Romantic Culture of Infancy --
Works Cited --
Primary Sources --
Secondary Sources --
Index

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