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245 04 The literature of melancholia|h[electronic resource] :
       |bearly modern to postmodern /|c[edited by] Martin Middeke,
       Christina Wald 
260    Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK ;|aNew York :
       |bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2011 
300    1 online resource 
500    Includes index 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  List of Illustrations -- Acknowledgements -- List of 
       Contributors -- Melancholia as a Sense of Loss: An 
       Introduction; M. Middeke & C. Wald -- PART I: THE 
       MELANCHOLIC TRADITION, CREATIVITY, AND GENDER: CARVING 
       AUTHORIAL POSITIONS FROM THE EARLY MODERN PERIOD TO THE 
       EIGHTEENTH CENTURY -- Yet IOnce More: Melancholia and 
       Amnesia in Milton's Lycidas; T.Ḏring -- Male Pregnancies, 
       Virgin Births, Monsters of the Mind: Early Modern 
       Melancholia and (Cross- )Gendered Constructions of 
       Creativity; A-J Zwierlein -- Mourning and Melancholia in 
       England and Its Transatlantic Colonies: Examples of 
       Seventeenth-Century Female Appropriations; G. Rippl -- 'To
       Pictur'd Regions and Imagin'd Worlds': Female Melancholic 
       Writing and the Poems of Mary Leapor; S. Blackmore -- PART
       II: NATURE, HISTORY AND NOSTALGIA: THE MELANCHOLIA OF 
       ROMANTICISM AND BEYOND -- 'The Dark Bottomless Abyss, that
       Lies Under Our Feet, had Yawned Open': The Rescission of 
       the Male Melancholic Genius in Carlyle's Sartor Resartus; 
       F. Sprang -- 'They Came, they Cut Away my Tallest Pines': 
       Tennyson and the Melancholy of Modernity; A. Gibson -- The
       Melancholy of History: The French Revolution and European 
       Historiography; P. Fritzsche -- Commercialising Melancholy
       : The National Trust; C. Ehland & S. Kohl -- PART III: 
       MELANCHOLIA AND (POST- )COLONIALISM: FROM THE NINETEENTH 
       TO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY -- Melancholia in the South 
       Pacific: The Strange Case of Robert Louis Stevenson's 
       Travel Writing; K. Sandrock -- The Secret of the Father in
       the Colonial Secret: Rosa Praed's 'Weird Melancholy'; J. 
       Rutherford -- Modernist Melancholia and Time: The 
       Synchronicity of the Non-Synchronic in Freud, Tylor and 
       Conrad; A. Enderwitz -- The Closed Circle of Britain's 
       Postcolonial Melancholia; P. Gilroy -- PART IV: 
       POSTMODERNISM AND POST-MELANCHOLIA? ETHICS AND AESTHETICS 
       IN THE TWENTIETH AND TWENTY-FIRST CENTURIES -- Working at 
       the Seams: Howard Barker's Tragic Trauerspiel; E. 
       Sakellaridou -- Melancholia and Mourning Animals; J. 
       Schiesari -- Melancholic Consolation? J.M. Coetzee, Irony,
       and the Aesthetics of the Sublime; J. Geertsema -- The 
       Novel after Melancholia: On Tom McCarthy's Remainder and 
       David Mitchell's Ghostwritten; P. Vermeulen -- Works Cited
       -- Index -- 
505 0  Melancholia as a sense of loss : an introduction / Martin 
       Middeke and Christina Wald -- Yet once more : melancholia 
       and amnesia in Milton's Lycidas / Tobias Döring -- Male 
       pregnancies, virgin births, monsters of the mind : early 
       modern melancholia and (cross- )gendered constructions of 
       creativity / Anne-Julia Zwierlein -- Mourning and 
       melancholia in England and its transatlantic colonies : 
       examples of seventeenth-century female appropriations / 
       Gabriele Rippl -- "To pictur'd regions and imagin'd 
       worlds" : female melancholic writing and the poems of Mary
       Leapor / Sabine Blackmore -- "The dark bottomless abyss, 
       that lies under our feet, had yawned open" : the 
       rescission of the male melancholic genius in Carlyle's 
       Sartor Resartus / Felix Sprang -- "They came, they cut 
       away my tallest pines" : Tennyson and the melancholy of 
       modernity / Andrew Gibson -- The melancholy of history : 
       the French Revolution and European historiography / Peter 
       Fritzsche -- Commercialising melancholy : the National 
       Trust / Christoph Ehland and Stephan Kohl -- Melancholia 
       in the South Pacific : the strange case of Robert Louis 
       Stevenson's travel writing / Kirsten Sandrock -- The 
       secret of the father in the colonial secret : Rosa Praed's
       Weird Melancholy / Jennifer Rutherford -- Modernist 
       melancholia and time : the synchronicity of the non-
       synchronic in Freud, Tylor and Conrad / Anne Enderwitz -- 
       The closed circle of Britain's postcolonial melancholia / 
       Paul Gilroy -- Working at the seams : Howard Barker's 
       Tragic Trauerspiel / Elizabeth Sakellaridou -- Melancholia
       and mourning animals / Juliana Schiesari -- Melancholic 
       consolation? : J.M. Coetzee, irony, and the aesthetics of 
       the sublime / Johan Geertsema -- The novel after 
       melancholia : on Tom McCarthy's Remainder and David 
       Mitchell's Ghostwritten / Pieter Vermeulen 
520    This collection sets out to analyze philosophical, 
       psychoanalytic, and aesthetic contexts of the discourse of
       melancholia in British and postcolonial literature and 
       culture. It seeks to trace the multi-facetted phenomenon 
       of melancholia from the early modern period to the 
       present. The collection also takes into account relevant 
       recent concepts of melancholia in the fields of gender 
       theory, postcolonial theory, animal studies. Authors 
       discussed in detail by a team of leading international 
       scholars including Juliana Schiesari, Andrew Gibson, and 
       Paul Gilroy range from Shakespeare, Sidney, Spenser, and 
       Milton, Margaret Cavendish and Anne Bradstreet, to 18th 
       and 19th century representatives like Mary Leapor, Thomas 
       Carlyle, Robert Louis Stevenson and Joseph Conrad, to 
       recent examples of postmodernist fiction and drama such as
       J.M. Coetzee and Howard Barker 
588    Description based on print version record 
650  0 English literature|xHistory and criticism 
650  0 Melancholy in literature 
650  0 Melancholy 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM|xEuropean|xEnglish, Irish, Scottish, 
       Welsh.|2bisacsh 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM|xEuropean|xGeneral.|2bisacsh 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM|xGeneral.|2bisacsh 
650  7 LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, 
       Welsh|2bisacsh 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Middeke, M.|q(Martin),|d1948- 
700 1  Wald, Christina,|d1976- 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tLiterature of melancholia.|dHoundmills, 
       Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan,
       2011|z9780230293724|w(DLC)  2011021108|w(OCoLC)724656991 
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