8 edition of The Lake Poets and Professional Identity (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism) found in the catalog.
October 31, 2007
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||310|
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In the process of defining their work as authors, Wordsworth, Southey and Coleridge - the 'Lake school' - aligned themselves with emerging constructions of the 'professional gentleman' that challenged the vocational practices of late eighteenth-century British by: 5.
The idea that the inspired poet stands apart from the marketplace is considered central to British Romanticism. However, Romantic authors were deeply concerned with how their occupation might be considered a kind of labour comparable to that of the traditional cturer: Cambridge University Press.
the lake poets and professional identity The idea that the inspired poet stands apart from the marketplace is considered central to British Romanticism. However, Romantic authors were deeply concerned with how their occupation might be considered a kind of labor comparable to that of the traditional professions.
The Lake poets and professional identity. [Brian Goldberg] -- "The idea that the inspired poet stands apart from the marketplace is considered central to British Romanticism. However, Romantic authors were deeply concerned with how their occupation might be.
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It is rather advantages for you. The reserve The Lake Poets and Professional Identity. This is the basic argument of Brian Goldberg's new book: that Wordsworth and the other Lake Poets increasingly assumed a ‘professional’ identity, and that they adumbrated an ideal of professionally rigorous poet-hood that was not (as the Eclectic still vestigially assumed) the antithesis of poetic transport, but rather its higher, historically realised, : Tom Duggett.
Brian Goldberg's The Lake Poets and Professional Identity is a careful and subtle exploration of the cultural tropes and social forces that William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey invoked and struggled against in attempting to forge their distinct notions of authorial identity.
Goldberg's central thesis is that the Lake School poets, caught between the unsustainable binary. The Lake Poets and Professional Identity (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism Book 71) Kindle Edition by Brian Goldberg (Author) Format: Kindle Edition.
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Contents Acknowledgments page vii Introduction: Professionalism and the Lake School of Poetry 1 Part I Romanticism, risk, and professionalism 1 Cursing Doctor Young, and after 27 Part II Genealogies of the romantic wanderer.
Later they became known as the Lake Poets, named after the Lake District in the north-west of England where they lived.
They held many poetic beliefs in common, claiming that imagination and intuition help to penetrate deeper into the essence of things. The Lake Poets believed that poetry could be written only under mystical inspiration. The Lake Poets and Professional Identity Article in Journal of British Studies 48(1) January with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The Lake Poets and Professional Identity Article (PDF Available) in The Review of English Studies January with 67 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Tom Duggett. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The Lake Poets were a group of English poets who all lived in the Lake District of England, United Kingdom, in the first half of the nineteenth century.
As a group, they followed no single. Home / Romanticism / List of Issues / Vol Issue 1 / Brian Goldberg, The Lake Poets and Professional Identity (New York: Cambridge University Press, ), pp. vii Author: Gregory Leadbetter. Brian Goldberg. The Lake Poets and Professional Identity. Cambridge Studies in Romanticism.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Pp. $ (cloth). - Volume 48 Issue 1 - Author: Brian Rejack. "Brian Goldberg's richly instructive new study, The Lake Poets and Professional Identity, considerably deepens an ongoing conversation about the professionalization of the poet in the Romantic era.
He confirms the complexity of the Romantic poets' stance toward the literary marketplace, " -Sarah M. Zimmerman, Fordham University. The Lake poets and professional identity Goldberg, Brian Brian Goldberg explores the ideas of professional risk, evaluation and competition that the writers of the 'Lake school' such as Wordsworth, Southey and Coleridge, developed as a response to a variety of 18th-century depictions of the literary career as a kind of labour comparable to that.
In the process of defining their work as authors, Wordsworth, Southey and Coleridge - the 'Lake school' - aligned themselves with emerging constructions of the 'professional gentleman' that challenged the vocational practices of late eighteenth-century British culture. Brian Goldberg is the author of The Lake Poets and Professional Identity ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Lake Poets and Professi 4/5(2).
Fulford's book complements Brian Goldberg's The Lake Poets and Professional Identity (), which highlights the years before Jeffrey coined the phrase "Lake poets" inthough a "new school" had been much discussed earlier and Jeffrey was already using the derogatory term "Laker" by Nevertheless, Goldberg remains a useful corrective.
The Lake Poets - The Lake Poets ().The Lake Poets were a group of English poets who lived in the Lake District of England at the close of the 18th and beginning of the 19th centuries.
As a group, they followed no single "school" of thought or literary practice then known, although their works were uniformly disparaged by the Edinburgh Review(Citation needed). They are considered part of the Romantic Movement.
The three main.The Lake Poets The poets William Wordsworth (), Samuel Taylor Coleridge (), Robert Southey () belonged to that group. They were also called the Lake Poets after the Lake District in the north-west of England where they lived. The Lake District attracted the poets because industry had not yet invaded this part of the.