The writer of forty-seven novels, plus go back and forth books, biographies, essays, and demanding works, Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) was once the main prolific of the nice Victorian writers. Now The Oxford Reader's better half to Trollope brings jointly thirty-six best students who supply an available, authoritative, and wide-ranging reference paintings in this vital literary figure.
right here, in additional than 500 A-Z entries, readers will discover a wealth of knowledge on Trollope's lifestyles, his works, and the old and social context during which he lived. Trollope's writing occupation spanned virtually part a century and his circle of acquaintances reads like a who is who of Victorian England--and it is all captured the following. The participants provide illuminating essays on Trollope's significant works--including the famed Barsetshire Novels and Paliser Novels--as good as at the many lesser recognized yet no much less finished books. the amount additionally examines Trollope's own existence, supplying clean info on such good documented points as his paintings on the publish place of work and his recognized circle of pals. additionally, the individuals give you the most modern findings on features of Trollope's occupation only in the near past addressed via students: his paintings as a biographer and journalist, the significance of his huge travels out of the country, and the mind-blowing reappraisal of his paintings over the past few a long time. And the Companion encompasses a chronology of Trollope's lifestyles, a genealogy, maps, a thematic evaluate, and an intensive bibliography.
full of info in line with the most up-tp-date examine, this attractively illustrated quantity offers an exceptional consultant to at least one of the nice nineteenth-century writers. It belongs at the shelf of every person who loves English literature.
Using either canonical and underappreciated texts, Alien Albion argues that early glossy England was once some distance much less unified and xenophobic than literary critics have formerly urged. Juxtaposing literary texts from the interval with criminal, non secular, and financial files, Scott Oldenburg uncovers how immigrants to England cast ties with their English hosts and the way these relationships have been mirrored in literature that imagined inclusive, multicultural communities.
Through discussions of civic pageantry, the performs of dramatists together with William Shakespeare, Thomas Dekker, and Thomas Middleton, the poetry of Anne Dowriche, and the prose of Thomas Deloney, Alien Albion demanding situations assumptions concerning the origins of English nationwide id and the significance of spiritual, category, and native identities within the early smooth era.
By Dieter Bögenhold (auth.), PD Dr. Dieter Bögenhold (eds.)
Unternehmensgründungen und berufliche Selbständigkeit sind gegenwärtig in aller Munde. Unter dem Label nachhaltigen Wirtschaftens, aber auch aus arbeitsmarkt- und regionalpolitischen Gründen machen sich hier Hoffnungen breit. Damit wir uns in der akademischen Diskussion nicht zu vorschnell von bloßen Hoffnungen leiten lassen, die sich womöglich als trügerisch erweisen, bedürfen wir sicherer empirischer Informationen und theoretisch seriöser Argumentation. Der Sammelband will die Lücke energisch auffüllen und beleuchtet die Thematik aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven.
By Marsilio Ficino
By Ralph A. Austen
The Duala humans entered the overseas scene as merchant-brokers for precolonial exchange in ivory, slaves and palm items. lower than colonial rule they used the benefits received from prior riverain alternate to enhance cocoa plantations and supply their teenagers with extraordinary degrees of eu schooling. while they got here into early clash with either German and French regimes and performed a number one - if finally unsuccessful - position in anti-colonial politics. In tracing those altering fiscal and political roles, this 1999 booklet additionally examines the growing to be recognition of the Duala as an ethnic workforce and makes use of their heritage to make clear the historical past of 'middleman' groups in surrounding areas of West and vital Africa. The authors draw upon quite a lot of written and oral resources, together with indigenous money owed of the previous conflicting with their very own findings yet light up neighborhood conceptions of social hierarchy and their dating to religious ideals.
This is often the 1st significant number of essays to examine the literature of the full Tudor interval, from the reign of Henry VII to the loss of life of Elizabeth I. It can pay specific consciousness to the years ahead of 1580. these many years observed, among different issues, the institution of print tradition and progress of a studying public; many of the levels of the English Reformation and means of political centralization that enabled and observed them; the expanding emulation of Continental and classical literatures lower than the impact of humanism; the self-conscious emergence of English as a literary language and made up our minds construction of a local literary canon; the beginnings of English empire and the consolidation of a feeling of nationhood. besides the fact that, learn of Tudor literature sooner than 1580 isn't just of worthy as a context, or origin, for an Elizabethan 'golden age'. As this much-needed quantity will exhibit, it's also of inventive, highbrow, and cultural advantage in its personal correct. Written via specialists from Europe, North the USA, and the uk, the forty-five chapters in The Oxford guide of Tudor Literature get better the various certain voices of sixteenth-century writing, its strength, sort, and inventiveness. in addition to essays on famous writers, resembling Philip Sidney or Thomas Wyatt, the amount includes the 1st huge remedy in print of a few of the Tudor era's most unusual voices.
By John Marriott
This can be a targeted research of a number of the ways that London and India have been imaginatively developed via British observers through the 19th century. This technique came about inside a unified box of information that introduced jointly trip and evangelical bills to exert a formative impression at the production of London and India for the household examining public. Their precise narratives, rhetoric and chronologies solid homologies among representations of the metropolitan bad and colonial topics - these constituencies that have been obvious because the most deadly to imperial growth. therefore the bad and specific sections of the Indian inhabitants have been inscribed inside discourses of western civilization as regressive and inferior peoples. over the years those discourses more and more promoted notions of overt and inflexible racial hierarchies, of which a legacy nonetheless remains.
Drawing upon cultural and highbrow background this comparative learn seeks to reconsider the positioning of the negative and India in the nineteenth-century mind's eye.
This quantity brings jointly one of the most intriguing renaissance students to signify new methods of brooding about the interval and to set a brand new sequence of agendas for Renaissance scholarship.
- Overturns the concept that it used to be a interval of eu cultural triumph and highlights the damaging in addition to the positive.
- Looks on the Renaissance from an international, rather than simply ecu, perspective.
- Views the Renaissance from views except simply the cultural elite.
- Gender, intercourse, violence, and cultural background are built-in into the analysis.
By Philip Schwyzer
This learn attracts at the concept and perform of archaeology to advance a brand new viewpoint at the literature of the Renaissance. Philip Schwyzer explores the fascination with photos of excavation, exhumation, and spoil that runs via literary texts together with Spenser's Faerie Queene, Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet, Donne's sermons and lyrics, and Thomas Browne's Hydriotaphia, or Urne-Buriall. Miraculously preserved corpses, ruined monasteries, Egyptian mummies, and Yorick's cranium all determine during this research of the early glossy archaeological mind's eye. The pessimism of the interval is summed up within the haunting motif of the attractive corpse that, as soon as touched, crumbles to airborne dirt and dust.
Archaeology and literary experiences are themselves items of the Renaissance. even supposing the 2 disciplines have occasionally considered each other as competitors, they proportion a distinct and unsettling intimacy with the lines of prior life--with the phrases the lifeless wrote, sang, or heard, with the gadgets they made, held, or lived inside. Schwyzer argues that on the root of either varieties of scholarship lies the forbidden wish to wake up (and converse with) the useless. besides the fact that very unlikely or absurd this hope can be, it continues to be a primary resource of either moral accountability and aesthetic pleasure.
By Franz-Josef Eichhorn
Vertreter der renommiertesten Privatbanken berichten über die Geschichte ihrer Institute und über die Strategien ihrer Häuser, um in einem hart umkämpften Markt bestehen zu können.