OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Arthur Hugh Clough: Selected Writings

ISBN : 9780198813439

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¥15,521
著者: 
Greg Tate
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384 ページ
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Hardcover
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138 x 216 mm
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2020年09月
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This volume in the 21st-Century Oxford Authors series offers an authoritative, comprehensive selection of the work of Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861), one of the most distinctive writers of the Victorian period. The first selection to place Clough's poetry alongside his prose, it allows readers to explore how his poems are connected to his literary criticism and his lectures on literary history, to his letters and diaries, and to his writing on politics and economics. A political radical and religious sceptic, Clough emerges as a strikingly modern Victorian: he writes honestly and directly about sexuality, and his work is informed by a cosmopolitan perspective that views Victorian society in the context of other national, political, and cultural traditions. Clough's innovative poems incorporate a diverse range of voices and styles, borrowing and reimagining aspects of the epic, the drama, and the novel. And they reveal a side of Victorian culture-irreverent, iconoclastic, and self-aware-that is often ignored today. Detailed notes identify and explain Clough's comments on major political events such as the European revolutions of 1848, and his allusions to a wide array of different writers and texts. The edition includes an Introduction to the life and works of Clough, and a Chronology, which enhance the study, understanding, and enjoyment of these works.

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INTRODUCTION
CHRONOLOGY
NOTE ON THE TEXTS
FROM AMBARVALIA
Duty that s to say complying
Is it true, ye gods, who treat us
The human spirits saw I on a day
When panting sighs the bosom fill
When Israel Came out of Egypt
Qui Laborat, Orat
Natura Naturans
FROM PALSYING SELF-MISTRUST, FROM FEAR
LETTER TO JOHN PHILIP GELL (24 NOVEMBER 1844)
EPI-STRAUSS-ION
FROM A CONSIDERATION OF OBJECTIONS AGAINST THE RETRENCHMENT
ASSOCIATION
DIARY (15 JULY 1848)
LETTER TO THOMAS ARNOLD (16 JULY 1848)
THE BOTHIE OF TOPER-NA-FUOSICH: A LONG-VACATION PASTORAL
HOMO SUM, NIHIL HUMANI
LETTER TO ANNE CLOUGH (30 APRIL 1849)
LETTER TO FRANCIS TURNER PALGRAVE (21 JUNE 1849)
AMOURS DE VOYAGE
RESIGNATION TO FAUSTUS
EASTER DAY
EASTER DAY II
WHENCE ARE YE, VAGUE DESIRES
THE STRUGGLE
IN CONTROVERSIAL FOUL IMPURENESS
TO HIS WORK THE MAN MUST GO
THE LATEST DECALOGUE
DIPSYCHUS AND THE SPIRIT
PESCHIERA
ALTERAM PARTEM
WORDSWORTH
IF TO WRITE, REWRITE, AND WRITE AGAIN
I SAID SO, BUT IT IS NOT TRUE
IF THAT WE THUS ARE GUILTY DOTH APPEAR
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
LAST WORDS: NAPOLEON AND WELLINGTON
LETTER TO BLANCHE SMITH (19 FEBRUARY 1853)
LETTERS OF PAREPIDEMUS, NUMBER ONE
RECENT ENGLISH POETRY
FROM MARI MAGNO
The Clergyman s Second Tale
NOTES
CHRONOLOGY
NOTE ON THE TEXTS
FROM AMBARVALIA
Duty that s to say complying
Is it true, ye gods, who treat us
The human spirits saw I on a day
When panting sighs the bosom fill
When Israel Came out of Egypt
Qui Laborat, Orat
Natura Naturans
FROM PALSYING SELF-MISTRUST, FROM FEAR
LETTER TO JOHN PHILIP GELL (24 NOVEMBER 1844)
EPI-STRAUSS-ION
FROM A CONSIDERATION OF OBJECTIONS AGAINST THE RETRENCHMENT
ASSOCIATION
DIARY (15 JULY 1848)
LETTER TO THOMAS ARNOLD (16 JULY 1848)
THE BOTHIE OF TOPER-NA-FUOSICH: A LONG-VACATION PASTORAL
HOMO SUM, NIHIL HUMANI
LETTER TO ANNE CLOUGH (30 APRIL 1849)
LETTER TO FRANCIS TURNER PALGRAVE (21 JUNE 1849)
AMOURS DE VOYAGE
RESIGNATION TO FAUSTUS
EASTER DAY
EASTER DAY II
WHENCE ARE YE, VAGUE DESIRES
THE STRUGGLE
IN CONTROVERSIAL FOUL IMPURENESS
TO HIS WORK THE MAN MUST GO
THE LATEST DECALOGUE
DIPSYCHUS AND THE SPIRIT
PESCHIERA
ALTERAM PARTEM
WORDSWORTH
IF TO WRITE, REWRITE, AND WRITE AGAIN
I SAID SO, BUT IT IS NOT TRUE
IF THAT WE THUS ARE GUILTY DOTH APPEAR
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
LAST WORDS: NAPOLEON AND WELLINGTON
LETTER TO BLANCHE SMITH (19 FEBRUARY 1853)
LETTERS OF PAREPIDEMUS, NUMBER ONE
RECENT ENGLISH POETRY
FROM MARI MAGNO
The Clergyman s Second Tale
NOTES

著者について: 

Gregory Tate is a Lecturer in Victorian Literature at the University of St Andrews, and a BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinker. He is the author of two monographs: The Poet's Mind: The Psychology of Victorian Poetry (2012) and Nineteenth-Century Poetry and the Physical Sciences: Poetical Matter (2019). He has also published essays on Alfred Tennyson, Robert Browning, May Kendall, Jane Austen, John Keats, Humphry Davy, and science in the nineteenth-century press.

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