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18世紀文学における「秘史」:英米・ヨーロッパ比較文学史

The Secret History in Literature, 1660-1820

Bullard, Rebecca (EDT)   Carnell, Rachel (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2017/03
282 p. illustrations ; 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107150461
KCN: 1027634007
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DDC: 820.935809033
KDC: B234 イギリス・18世紀
B202 文学・文化史/比較文学・文化
関連書リスト: SB2900 18世紀・初期ロマン主義時代 イギリス文学・文化~感覚と感受性の近代文化~
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Annotation

This volume of essays demonstrates for the first time the extent of secret history's interaction with different literary traditions, including epic poetry, Restoration drama, periodicals, and slave narratives. It reveals secret history's impact on authors, readers, and the book trade in England, France, and America throughout the long eighteenth century.

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Secret histories alarmed and thrilled readers across Europe and America in the eighteenth century with claims of exposing state secrets and court intrigues. Offering new readings of key texts, this collection of essays by leading researchers demonstrates the importance of the genre within the political and literary culture of the Enlightenment.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: reconsidering secret history Rebecca Bullard; Part I. Seventeenth-Century England: 1. Paradise Lost as a secret history Michael McKeon; 2. Secret history and seventeenth-century historiography Martine W. Brownley; 3. Secret history and restoration drama Erin Keating; 4. Secret history and allegory David A. Brewer; 5. Secret history and amatory fiction Claudine van Hensbergen; 6. Secret history and spy narratives Slaney Chadwick Ross; Part II. Eighteenth-Century Britain: 7. Secret history, parody, and satire Melinda Alliker Rabb; 8. Secret history and it-narrative Rivka Swenson; 9. Secret history, oriental tale, and fairy tale Ros Ballaster; 10. Secret history and the periodical Nicola Parsons; 11. Secret history and censorship Eve Tavor Bannet; 12. Secret history and anecdote April London; 13. Secret history in the Romantic period Miranda Burgess; Part III. France and America: 14. Secret history in pre-revolutionary France Allison Stedman; 15. Secret history in late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century France Antoinette Sol; 16. Secret history in British North America and the early Republic Kevin Joel Berland; 17. Secret history in the early nineteenth-century Americas Gretchen J. Woertendyke; Epilogue: secret history at the start of the twenty-first century Rachel Carnell.