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  • - Dansk litteraturs historie
    af Johnny Kondrup, Knud Wentzel, Bjarne Sandstrøm, mfl.
    43,94 - 382,95 kr.

    Dette er en dansk litteraturhistorie, men det særlige er, at den ser sit emne fra så højt et fugleperspektiv, at detaljerne forsvinder og hovedkonturen - hovedsporet - træder frem. I én bog på 700 sider når vi fra Vølvens spådom og de islandske sagaer over Kingo, Holberg, Oehlenschläger og Hauch til Brandes, Blixen, Brøgger og Guldager. Arbejdsgruppen bag Hovedsporet - Jens Anker Jørgensen, Johnny Kondrup, Peter Olivarius, Bjarne Sandstrøm, Svend Skriver, Marianne Stidsen og Knud Wentzel - har skåret en principielt grænseløs historie ned til en stor, spændende fortælling om dansk litteratur.Denne e-bogsudgave er uden illustrationer.

  • - Barok, enevælde, kristendom
    af Erik A. Nielsen
    310,95 kr.

  • - Høflighed i Frankrig fra renæssancen til oplysningen
    af Michael Høxbro Andersen
    235,95 kr.

    Bøger om høflighed hører til de mest populære udgivelser i Frankrig på enevældens tid. De fleste er skrevet som dialoger, breve eller essays, der forsøger at besvare et påtrængende spørgsmål om den korrekte adfærd ved hoffet og i salonerne. Hvordan behager man ved kongens hof? Hvordan bidrager man til den selskabelige munterhed? Hvordan konverserer man?Michael Høxbro Andersen argumenterer for, at disse bøger må læses som et væsentligt indslag i en generel afpolitiseringsproces på enevældens tid. De formede forestillingen om adelsmanden som den fuldendte undersåt, og de var med til at skabe en apolitisk og mondæn offentlighed. Dermed har de præget fransk kultur og litteratur helt frem til i dag.Kunsten at konversere analyserer den franske konversationskunsts lange historie fra dens begyndelse i renæssancen og frem til oplysningsfilosoffernes kritik af den i det 18. århundrede. Bogen indeholder kapitler, der behandler både Michel de Montaigne, Madame de Scudéry, La Rochefoucauld, Jean-Jacques Rousseau og Denis Diderot, men også i dag næsten glemte forfattere som Chevalier de Méré.Michael Høxbro er er lektor på Institut for Engelsk, Romansk og Germansk på Københavns Universitet. Han har publiceret artikler og bøger om både ældre og nyere fransk kultur og litteratur.

  • af Kai Flor
    277,95 kr.

    Hornbæk har dannet ramme om mange store kunstneriske og litterære bedrifter, og i mange år flokkedes kunstnere og forfattere til den skønne nordsjællandske by. Kai Flor fortæller Hornbæks kulturhistorie, fra da kammerråd Ove Malling for første gang nævner den i sin bog "Store og gode handlinger af danske, norske og holstenere" i 1777, til P.S. Krøyer erobrede byen sammen med en gruppe andre kunstnere, og Holger Drachmann drog inspiration fra den gamle stad.Kai Flor (1886-1965) var dansk forfatter, oversætter og musik- og kunstkritiker. Flors forfatterskab omfatter bl.a. bøger om kunst, musik, poesi og arkitektur, men han er bedst kendt for sine håndbøger om klassisk musik. Som oversætter har han bl.a. oversat Vincent van Goghs breve, Darwins udødelige Tanker, Gullivers Rejse og Skatte-øen til dansk. Kai Flor var Ridder af Dannebrog.

  • af Rune Lykkeberg
    153,95 - 167,95 kr.

    William Shakespeares drama er en fælles fortælling for vores kultur. Hans stykker er sjove, spændende og dramatiske. Hans sprog er nyskabende og forrygende. Og man bliver altid klogere, når man ser vores verden reflekteret på hans scene.I Samtaler om Shakespeare taler Rune Lykkeberg med skuespillere, instruktører, forskere, en oversætter, en kritiker og en minister om deres liv med Shakespeare og om, hvad der for dem er det særlige ved hans dramatik. De præsenterer ti af Shakespeares væsentligste stykker: Hvad kan de lære os om kærlighed, lyst og jalousi? Om politik og magt? I et efterskrift giver Lykkeberg sit bud på, hvordan vi kan bruge Shakespeares værker til at forstå verden af i dag. Samtaler med: Katrine Wiedemann · Niels Brunse · James Shapiro · Birgitte Hjort Sørensen · Kaare Dybvad · Christian Dahl · Emma Smith · Jens Jørn Spottag · Anne Middelboe Christensen · Elisa KragerupRune Lykkeberg har studeret filosofi og litteraturvidenskab ved Københavns Universitet. Han har tidligere udgivet de anmelderroste titler Vesten mod Vesten (2020), Alle har ret (2012) og Kampen om sandhederne (2008) og har blandt andet modtaget Georg Brandes-prisen, Berlingske Journalisters Pris og Holbergmedaljen. Rune Lykkeberg er chefredaktør på Dagbladet Information.

  • - Prosaens litterære laboratorium
    af Bergur Rønne Moberg
    247,95 kr.

    Prosaen er blevet kaldt den moderne litteraturs maskinrum, fordi den breder litteraturens virkefelt ud. Inden for nyere prosateori beskrives prosaen som verdensvendt, rummelig, operativ, genreoverskridende, virkelighedsudvidende og hybrid.Antologiens bidrag indeholder grundlæggende refleksioner over prosaen i en modernistisk kontekst og over dens forhold til lyrik og poesi. Det geografiske perspektiv i romaner og essays har særlig bevågenhed blandt bidragsyderne og kobles til en ekspanderende kontekst af opdagelsesrejser, kolonisering og globalisering og de dermed forbundne kulturmøder. I denne henseende repræsenterer bidragene et bredt udsnit af ældre og nyere, store og små litterære geografier i og uden for Europa. Prosaen spiller fint sammen med den opprioritering af sted og rum, som vi har set vokse frem inden for de senere årtiers litteratur og forskning i litteratur.Med denne antologi stiger vi ombord for at nærme os prosaens radierende felter. Der er undervejs stoppesteder i Island, Færøerne, Danmark, Norge, Sverige, Italien og Nord- og Sydamerika. Prosaen selv ser ud til at være ustoppelig.

  • af Mark Hutchings
    207,95 kr.

    In requiring artificial light, the early modern indoor theatre had to interrupt the action so that the candles could be attended to, if necessary. The origin of the five-act, four-interval play was not classical drama but candle technology. This Element explores the implications of this aspect of playmaking. Drawing on evidence in surviving texts it explores how the interval affected composition and stagecraft, how it provided opportunities for stage-sitters, and how amphitheatre plays were converted for indoor performance (and vice versa). Recovering the interval yields new insights into familiar texts and brings into the foreground interesting examples of how the interval functioned in lesser-known plays. This Element concludes with a discussion of how this aspect of theatre might feed into the debate over the King's Men's repertory management in its Globe-Blackfriars years and sets out the wider implications for both the modern theatre and the academy.

  • af Richard Häni
    488,95 kr.

    Reinhart Koselleck concepisce la "Sattelzeit" come quel periodo storico compreso tra il 1750 e il 1850 che, trasformando il futuro nel luogo del progresso illimitato, segna definitivamente l¿avvento della Modernità. Lo studio di Richard Häni dimostra che nel mondo culturale questa trasformazione si realizza nell¿attuale penisola italiana al più tardi a partire dal Cinquecento. L¿autore, andando alla ricerca dei presupposti culturali della "Sattelzeit" koselleckiana, illustra in che modo Sperone Speroni, Benedetto Varchi, Giorgio Vasari e Giambattista Vico interpretarono la propria modernità, come essi percepirono l'antichità classica e più in generale in che modo intesero il rapporto fra antichi e moderni in relazione al progresso e al futuro delle arti, della letteratura e della filosofia italiana.

  • af Elaine McGirr
    207,95 kr.

    Theatre is the most ephemeral of art forms. It is a truism that the ephemeral performance text is divorced from the static published play text. This Element is of the eighteenth-century performance history of The Fair Penitent demonstrates the interrelation of print and performance and models how readers can recover elements of performance through close attention to text. Traces of performance adhere to the mediascape in playbills and puffs, reviews and accounts. The printed text also preserves traces of performance in notation and illustration. By analysing traces found in performance trends, casting decisions, publication histories and repertory intertexts, this Element recovers how The Fair Penitent was interpreted at different points in the century and explains how a play that bombed in its first season could become a repertory staple.

  • af Kevin L Cope
    1.022,95 kr.

    This collection opens a panorama of essays celebrating diverse ways to participate in the British--and international--Enlightenment. Investigating major authors, unusual persons, commentators on other nations, scholars, and even early environmentalists, this volume explores the many amenable places where the confident culture of this period emerged.

  • af Maria Sass
    550,95 kr.

    The book contains contributions on the significance of German culture for Romanian art, language, and literature. Not only will the direct influence of German role models on Romanian culture be discussed, but it will also show how this influence set in motion a whole series of socio-cultural and artistic shifts that allowed Romanian culture to better understand its position in the European world.Das Buch enthält Beiträge zur Bedeutung der deutschen Kultur für die rumänische Kunst, Sprache und Literatur. Erörtert wird nicht nur der direkte Einfluss deutscher Vorbilder auf die rumänische Kultur, sondern es wird auch aufgezeigt, wie dieser Einfluss eine ganze Reihe soziokultureller und künstlerischer Veränderungen in Gang gesetzt hat, die der rumänischen Kultur ermöglichten, ihren Platz in der europäischen Welt besser zu verstehen.

  • af Jacob Lloyd
    1.088,95 kr.

    This book considers Samuel Taylor Coleridge¿s engagement with ¿Whig poetry¿: a tradition of verse from the eighteenth century which celebrated the political and constitutional arrangements of Britain as guaranteeing liberty. It argues that, during the 1790s, Coleridge was able to articulate radical ideas under the cover of widely accepted principles through his references to this poetry. He positioned his poetry within a mainstream discourse, even as he favoured radical social change. Jacob Lloyd argues that the poets Mark Akenside, William Lisle Bowles, and William Cowper each provided Coleridge with a kind of Whig poetics to which he responded. When these references are understood, much of Coleridge¿s work which seems purely personal or imaginative gains a political dimension. In addition, Lloyd reassess Coleridge¿s relationship with Thomas Percy¿s Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, to provide an original, political reading of ¿The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere¿. This book revises our understanding of the political and poetic development of a major poet and, in doing so, provides a new model for the origins of British Romanticism more broadly

  • af Jennifer Panek
    207,95 kr.

    This Element turns to the stage to ask a simple question about gender and affect: what causes the shame of the early modern rape victim? Beneath honour codes and problematic assumptions about consent, the answer lies in affect, disgust. It explores both the textual "performance" of affect, how literary language works to evoke emotions and the ways disgust can work in theatrical performance. Here Shakespeare's poem The Rape of Lucrece is the classic paradigm of sexual pollution and shame, where disgust's irrational logic of contamination leaves the raped wife in a permanent state of uncleanness that spreads from body to soul. Staging Disgust offers alternatives to this depressing trajectory: Middleton's Women Beware Women and Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus perform disgust with a difference, deploying the audience's revulsion to challenge the assumption that a raped woman should "naturally" feel intolerable shame.

  • af Matthew Mewhinney
    1.088,95 kr.

    This book explores how two early modern and two modern Japanese writers - Yosa Buson (1716-83), Ema Saiko (1787-1861), Masaoka Shiki (1867-1902), and Natsume Soseki (1867-1916) - experimented with the poetic artifice afforded by the East Asian literati (bunjin) tradition, a repertoire of Chinese and Japanese poetry and painting. Their experiments generated a poetics of irony that transformed the lineaments of lyric expression in literati culture and advanced the emergence of modern prose poetry in Japanese literature. Through rigorous close readings, this study changes our understanding of the relationship between lyric form and the representation of self, sense, and feeling in Japanese poetic writing from the late eighteenth through the early twentieth century. The book aims to reach a broad audience, including specialists in East Asian Studies, Anglophone literary studies, and Comparative Literature. 

  • af James Armstrong
    999,95 - 1.097,95 kr.

    This book reinterprets British dramas of the early-nineteenth century through the lens of the star actors for whom they were written. Unlike most playwrights of previous generations, the writers of British Romantic dramas generally did not work in the theatre themselves. However, they closely followed the careers of star performers. Even when they did not directly know actors, they had what media theorists have dubbed "e;para-social interactions"e; with those stars, interacting with them through the mediation of mass communication, whether as audience members, newspaper and memoir readers, or consumers of prints, porcelain miniatures, and other manifestations of "e;fan"e; culture. This study takes an in-depth look at four pairs of performers and playwrights: Sarah Siddons and Joanna Baillie, Julia Glover and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Edmund Kean and Lord Byron, and Eliza O'Neill and Percy Bysshe Shelley. These charismatic performers, knowingly or not, helped to guide the development of a character-based theatre-from the emotion-dominated plays made popular by Baillie to the pinnacle of Romantic drama under Shelley. They shepherded in a new style of writing that had verbal sophistication and engaged meaningfully with the moral issues of the day. They helped to create not just new modes of acting, but new ways of writing that could make use of their extraordinary talents.

  • af Farah Karim-Cooper
    99,95 - 215,95 kr.

  • af Linda Charlton
    1.088,95 - 1.207,95 kr.

    This book makes connections between selfhood, reading practice and moral judgment which propose fresh insights into Austen's narrative style and offer new ways of reading her work. It grounds her writing in the Enlightenment philosophy of selfhood, exploring how Austen takes five major components of selfhood theory-memory, imagination, probability, sympathy and reflection-and investigates their relation to self-formation and moral judgement. At the same time, Austen's narrative style breaks new ground in the representation of consciousness and engages directly with contemporary concerns about reading practice. Drawing analogies between reading text and reading character, the book argues that Austen's rendering of reading and rereading as both reflective and constitutive acts demonstrates their capacity to enable self-recognition and self-formation. It shows how Austen raises questions about the potential for different readings and, in so doing, challenges her readers to reflect on and reread their own interactions with her texts.

  • af Almut Constanze Nickel
    195,95 kr.

    Ausgehend von Erkenntnissen über das Römische Haus im Weimarer Park geht die Arbeit der Frage nach, inwiefern Goethes Baupraxis in einem freimaurerischen Bezugsrahmen steht. Über den gleichen Ansatz wird das «Märchen» von 1795 erschlossen. Die Studie untersucht Motivik und Figurenrepertoire dieser Erzählung und erklärt den ihnen unterlegten maurerischen Sinn aus einschlägigen Lebensmomenten des Dichters. Erweiternd untersucht die Verfasserin Goethes Rezeption der «Falkennovelle» von Giovanni Boccaccio. Da Goethes Rückgriff eine Reminiszenz seiner Begegnung mit Lili Schönemann enthält, kann er als Zeugnis der dichterischen Verarbeitung seines Bruchs mit der Verlobten aus der Frankfurter Jugendzeit gelten. Der Text des «Märchens» gewinnt dadurch eine bislang ungekannte Plausibilität im Kontext der von Goethe geleiteten Weimarer Bauprojekte.

  • af Rina Lapidus
    843,95 kr.

    This book demonstrates how the Russian thought and literature of the 18th - 19th centuries influenced Jewish thought and Hebrew literature. Absorption of ideological influences is a universal phenomenon that is instrumental to progress and cultural development, and it is accepted in Jewish culture as well.

  • af Florian Steger
    297,95 kr.

  • af Jan Gerstner
    1.044,95 kr.

  • af Matthew Mauger
    999,95 kr.

    This book examines the difficult relationship between individual intellectual freedom and the legal structures which govern human societies in William Blake¿s works, showing that this tension carries a political urgency that has not yet been recognised by scholars in the field. In doing so, it offers a new approach to Blake¿s corpus that builds on the literary and cultural historical work of recent decades. Blake¿s pronouncements about law may often sound biblical in tone; but this book argues that they directly address (and are informed by) eighteenth-century legal debates concerning the origin of the English common law, the autonomy of the judicature, the increasing legislative role of Parliament, and the emergence of the notions of constitutionalism and natural rights. Through a study of his illuminated books, manuscript works, notebook drafts and annotations, this study considers Blake¿s understanding that law is both integral to humanity itself and a core component of its potential fulfilment of the ¿Human Form Divine¿.

  • af John H. Cameron
    1.770,95 kr.

    This book argues that close readings of Shakespeare¿s early English History plays informed by the Italian `politic histories¿ of the early modern period, that sought to explore the machinations of power politics in governance and in the shaping of historical events; will greatly aid our understanding of the `politic¿ qualities dramatized

  • af James Rovira
    999,95 kr.

  • af Jennifer (University of Warwick) Kitchen
    204,95 kr.

    Active approaches to teaching Shakespeare are growing in popularity, seen not only as enjoyable and accessible, but as an egalitarian and progressive teaching practice. A growing body of resources supports this work in classrooms. Yet critiques of these approaches argue they are not rigorous and do little to challenge the conservative status quo around Shakespeare. Meanwhile, Shakespeare scholarship more broadly is increasingly recognising the role of critical pedagogy, particularly feminist and decolonising approaches, and asks how best to teach Shakespeare within twenty-first century understandings of cultural value and social justice. Via vignettes of schools' participation in Coram Shakespeare School Foundation's festival, this Element draws on critical theories of education, play and identity to argue active Shakespeare teaching is a playful co-construction with learners and holds rich potential towards furthering social justice-oriented approaches to teaching the plays.

  • af Ben Dew
    1.176,95 kr.

    This edited volume explores the historical, cultural and literary legacies of Polish Britain, and their significance for both the British and Polish nations. The focus of the book is twofold. First, it investigates the history of Polish immigration and the ways in which Polish immigrants have conceptualised their own experiences and encounters with Britain and the British. Second, it examines how Poles and Poland have been represented by Anglophone writers in both fictional and non-fictional forms of discourse. Inevitably, these issues are intertwined. Polish experiences of Britain have been shaped, in part, by British ideas about Poland, just as British notions of Poland have been transformed by the emergence of large and culturally active Polish communities in the UK. By studying these issues together, this volume develops a wide-ranging and original analysis of Polish Britain.

  • af Ulrich L. Lehner
    597,95 kr.

    Die historische Aufarbeitung von sexuellem Missbrauch und Gewalt in der Frühen Neuzeit steht noch ganz am Anfang. Auf detaillierten Archivrecherchen beruhend, geht diese Studie Sexualdelikten im Jesuitenorden nach, die an Schülern, Studenten, Beichtkindern, und anderen Jesuiten verübt worden sind. Dabei werden Muster von sexueller Gewalt deutlich, die sich auf spirituelle Bereiche ausdehnten, aber von den Ordensoberen nur in Extremfällen geahndet wurden. Dieser Ansatz ermöglicht es, ein neues Licht auf die Geschichte jesuitischer Bildungs- und Seelsorgeeinrichtungen zu werfen.

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