By Olivia Murphy,Stephen Bygrave,E. J. Clery,Jocelyn Harris,Sonia Hofkosh,Naomi Lightman,Sabine Volk-Birke,Joanna Wharton,Isobel Armstrong,Gillian Dow,Isobel Grundy,Felicity James,Scott Krawczyk,Michelle Levy,Rachel Trethewey

ISBN-10: 1611485495

ISBN-13: 9781611485493

ISBN-10: 1611487129

ISBN-13: 9781611487121

Anna Letitia Barbauld: New views is the 1st choice of essays on poet and public highbrow Anna Letitia Barbauld (17431825). by means of foreign students of eighteenth-century and Romantic British literature, those new essays survey Barbauld’s writing from early to overdue: her versatility as a stylist, her poetry, her books for kids, her political writing, her functionality as editor and reviewer. They discover topics of sociability, materiality, and impact in Barbauld’s writing, and hint her reception and effect. Rooted in enlightenment philosophy and ethics and dissenting faith, Barbauld’s paintings exerted a big impact at the new release of Wordsworth and Coleridge, and on schooling and ideas approximately early life a ways into the 19th century. William McCarthy’s advent explores the significance of Barbauld’s paintings at the present time, and co-editor Olivia Murphy assesses the statement on Barbauld that her rediscovery within the early Nineties. Anna Letitia Barbauld: New views is the indispensible creation to Barbauld’s paintings and present brooding about it.

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Anna Letitia Barbauld: New Perspectives (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture, 1650–1850) by Olivia Murphy,Stephen Bygrave,E. J. Clery,Jocelyn Harris,Sonia Hofkosh,Naomi Lightman,Sabine Volk-Birke,Joanna Wharton,Isobel Armstrong,Gillian Dow,Isobel Grundy,Felicity James,Scott Krawczyk,Michelle Levy,Rachel Trethewey


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