Memory and memorials, 1789-1914 : literary and cultural perspectives /

This volume explores the cultural importance of concepts and theories of memory. Ranging historically from the French Revolution to the beginnings of Modernism, it examines the importance of memory in cultural history.

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Other Authors: Campbell, Matthew, Labbe, Jacqueline M., 1965-, Shuttleworth, Sally, 1952-
Format: eBook
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, 2000.
Series:Routledge studies in memory and narrative ; 5.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Romanticism and the re-engendering of historical memory / Greg Kucich
  • Scott's The heart of Midlothian and the disordered memory / Catherine A. Jones
  • "The malady of thought": embodied memory in Victorian psychology and the novel / Sally Shuttleworth
  • The unquiet limit: old age and memory in Victorian narrative / Helen Small
  • Memory through the looking glass: Ruskin versus Hardy / Philip Davis
  • Twisting: memory from Eliot to Eliot / Rick Rylance
  • Gender and memory in post-Revolutionary women's writing / Gary Kelly
  • Re-membering: memory, posterity and the memorial poem / Jacqueline M. Labbe
  • "All that it had to say": Henry Adams and the Rock Creek Memorial / Duco Van Oostrum
  • Memory enstructured: the case of Memorial Hall / Clyde Binfield
  • Memorials of the Tennysons / Matthew Campbell
  • Rhyming as resurrection / Gillian Beer.