2 edition of Romanticism and celebrity culture, 1750-1850 found in the catalog.
Romanticism and celebrity culture, 1750-1850
Includes bibliographical references (p. 264-282) and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Tom Mole.|
|Contributions||Mole, Tom, 1976-|
|LC Classifications||DA485 .R66 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 296 p. :|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||2009464711|
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Byron, commonplacing and early fan culture Corin Throsby Ann Hatton's celebrity pursuits Judith Pascoe-- Bibliography-- Index. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary We live in a celebrity-obsessed culture, but Romanticism and celebrity culture recently the history of celebrity has been little discussed.
Content: Cambridge University Press - Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, Tom Mole Frontmatter More information ROMANTICISM AND CELEBRITY CULTURE, We live in a celebrity-obsessed culture, but until recently the history of celebrity has been little discussed.
The contributors to this innovative collection locate the origins of a distinctively modern kind of. completing a book on art and celebrity in eighteenth-century England.
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The contributors to this innovative collection locate the origins of a distinctively modern kind of celebrity in the Romantic period. Celebrity was from the beginning a multi-media phenomenon whose cultural pervasiveness - in literature and the theatre, music and visual culture.
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Fashion on Television provides a comprehensive critical examination of the intersection between fashion, television and celebrity culture. The book brings together theoretical approaches to the symbolic force of television and fashion-forward programming on a global scale.
Examining case studies such as Sex and the City, Gossip Girl, Ugly Betty. Home / Victoriographies / List of Issues / Volume 1, Issue 1 / Tom Mole (ed.), Romanticism and Celebrity Culture – (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), +xi pp.
£, $ (USD), €, ISBN:ISBN Author: John Plunkett. Well, this is late s (though in truth he really wasn't that popular until the early s) but there was a chap named Beau Brummell who was a "celebrity" in an 18th century way.
He was a gentleman and friend of the Prince Regent George IV. "Romantic Voices and Sound Recording," Essays in English Romanticism 34 (): "Ann Hatton's Celebrity Pursuits," Romanticism and Celebrity Culture,ed.
Tom Mole (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ): "Sarah Siddons, Theatre Voices and Recorded Memory," Shakespeare Survey 61 (): Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, offers a kaleidoscopic view of varieties of fame and fandom in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century England.
The essays on hand spirit the reader from the Duke of Wellington’s visit to Madame Tussauds (in Jason Goldsmith’s “Celebrity and the spectacle of nation”) to Rossini’s appearance on the concert stage (in Benjamin Walton’s “Rara Author: Eric Eisner.
Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, Ed. Tom Mole. Cambridge: Cambridge UP This is a book about the biographical afterlives of the Romantic poets and the creation of literary. Angela Esterhammer. Romanticism and Improvisation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
$ Angela Esterhammer's book takes us into a world that is entirely lost, and yet continues to resonate. Byron's Romantic Celebrity: Industrial Culture and the Hermeneutic of Intimacy ().
Mole has also edited a collection, Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, (). Richard Dyer's seminal work, Stars (), inaugurated much of the current fruitful work on stars, fandom, and celebrity. Tom Mole is the author of The Secret Life of Books ( avg rating, 81 ratings, 21 reviews), Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, ( avg rati 4/5.
'Women, Work, and Clothes in the Eighteenth-Century Novel is an important addition to current critical discourse about the relationship between literature and material culture.
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The invention of celebrity: [Antoine Lilti] -- "Frequently perceived as a characteristic of modern culture, the phenomenon of celebrity has much older roots.
In this illuminating new book cultural historian Antoine Lilti shows that the mechanisms. The celebritization of society and culture: Understanding the structural dynamics of celebrity culture.
The celebritization of society and culture: Understanding the structural dynamics of celebrity culture Show all authors. Olivier Driessens (ed.) () Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, – Cambridge: Cambridge University Cited by: Romantic Paris is a richly illustrated survey of cultural life in Paris during some of the most tumultuous decades of the city's history.
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pages. $Author: Sean Franzel. Examining Byron alongside contemporary figures including Caroline Lamb, Stendhal, Napoleon Bonaparte and Lord Castlereagh, Tuite illuminates the central role played by Byron in the literary, political and sexual scandals that mark the Regency as a vital period of Cited by: The Invention of Celebrity:by Antoine Lilti; translated by Lynn Jeffress (Polity, ) The Physiognomy of the Lion: Encountering Literary Celebrity in the Nineteenth Century, by Richard Salmon, in Romanticism and Celebrity Culture,edited.
On the other hand, studying celebrity culture reveals the extent to which the attitudes of high Romanticism were elaborated in opposition to that culture.” 21 The striking resemblance between the Romantic cult of subjectivity and the celebrity cult of personality seems to have made pointing out their differences all the more crucial to the Cited by: 1.
This Book Chapter is brought to you for free and open access by the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at Digital Commons @ Butler University. It has "Celebrity and the Spectacle of Nation"Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, / (): Sarah Siddons (née Kemble; 5 July – 8 June ) was a Welsh-born English actress, the best-known tragedienne of the 18th century.
Contemporaneous critic William Hazlitt dubbed Siddons as "tragedy personified". She was the elder sister of John Philip Kemble, Charles Kemble, Stephen Kemble, Ann Hatton, and Elizabeth Whitlock, and the aunt of Fanny Kemble. Carpenter Professor, University of Iowa, present.
Professor, University of Iowa, Romanticism and Celebrity Culture,ed. Tom Mole (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ): “Siddons’s Sister and Celebrity Longing,” Romanticism’s. Cultures of Performance Interdisciplinary Colloquium.
since Braudy’s book appeared, critics have increasingly argued for an epistemic break, occurring before the twentieth century, between earlier kinds of fame and modern celebrity culture.
Investigating late nineteenth- - Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, Tom Mole Excerpt More information. After a long period of critical neglect, nineteenth-century literary celebrity has, of late, become a hot topic as scholars have recast our received canon of great authors by examining the most popular authors of the nineteenth century and by considering such canonical authors as Lord Byron or Elizabeth Barrett Browning in light of their popular reception.
alone saw the publication of. A term describing qualities that colored most elements of European and American intellectual and cultural life from ; literature, art, music, architecture, landscape gardening, philosophy, and politics.-Romanticism represents and attitude of mind rather than a set of particular stylistic traits.Abstract Full Text.
Review-Essays. John Savarese et Colin Jager Cognition, Culture, Romanticism: Lisa Zunshine, ed. Introduction to Cognitive Cultural Studies.Mole, T. () Romanticism and Celebrity CultureLondon: Cambridge University Press .
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