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📒The Post Industrial City A Modern Romance Volume Ii ✍ Michael Miller
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📒Modern Romance And Transformations Of The Novel ✍ Ian Duncan
✏Modern Romance and Transformations of the Novel Book Summary : Modern Romance examines the relationship between the revival of romance form and the ascendancy of the novel in British literary culture, from 1760 to 1850. The revival of romance as the literary embodiment of a national cultural identity provided a metaphor for the 'authenticity' of the novel itself, set against the changing formations of modern life. The material conditions, cultural status and formal repertoire of prose fiction were given a canonical transformation, leading to the form's nineteenth-century heyday, in Scott's Waverley novels. Ian Duncan's illuminating and innovative study begins with the first identification of modern prose fiction with romance form in the late eighteenth-century Gothic novel, and moves through Scott's highly influential dialectical blend of romance and history, to his relations with his successor in the role of national author, Charles Dickens.
📒Staging Early Modern Romance ✍ Mary Ellen Lamb
✏Staging Early Modern Romance Book Summary : This collection recovers the continuities between three forms of romance that have often been separated from one another in critical discourse: early modern prose fiction, the dramatic romances staged in England during the 1570s and 1580s, and Shakespeare’s late plays. Although Pericles, Cymbeline, Winter’s Tale, and The Tempest have long been characterized as "romances," their connections with the popular prose romances of their day and the dramatic romances that preceded them have frequently been overlooked. Constructed to explore those connections, this volume includes original essays that relate at least one prose or dramatic romance to an English play written from 1570 to 1630. The introduction explores the use of the term "dramatic romance" over several centuries and the commercial association between print culture, gender, and drama. Eight essays discuss Shakespeare’s plays; three more examine plays by Beaumont, Fletcher, and Massinger. Other authors treated at some length include Boccaccio, Christine de Pizan, Chaucer, Sidney, Greene, Lodge, and Wroth. Barbara Mowat’s afterword considers Shakespeare’s use of Greek romance. Written by foremost scholars of Shakespeare and early modern prose fiction, this book explores the vital cross-currents that occurred between narrative and dramatic forms of Greek, medieval, and early modern romance.
✏The Omnibus of Modern Romance Book Summary :
✏Release Date : 1844
✏Pages : 262
✏ISBN : BL:A0019508559
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The Omnibus of Modern Romance Containing The Game of Life By Leitch Ritchie Marrying for Money By Mrs Gore The Omen a Tale of Real Life By John Galt The Loaded Dice By John Barim Murder Will Out By Mrs Opie Bertrand de la Croix Or the Siege of Rhodes By G P R James Etc Book Summary :
📒The Development Of Romance Clitic Pronouns ✍ Dieter Wanner
✏The Development of Romance Clitic Pronouns Book Summary : The series is a platform for contributions of all kinds to this rapidly developing field. General problems are studied from the perspective of individual languages, language families, language groups, or language samples. Conclusions are the result of a deepened study of empirical data. Special emphasis is given to little-known languages, whose analysis may shed new light on long-standing problems in general linguistics.
📒Modern Romance September 2016 Books 5 8 ✍ Carol Marinelli
✏Modern Romance September 2016 Books 5 8 Book Summary : The Sheikh's Baby Scandal by Carol Marinelli Playboy sheikh Kedah of Zazinia has loved every minute heâe(tm)s spent earning his outrageous reputation! But about to claim the throne, and with a list of prospective brides being prepared, Kedah knows he must soon accept his royal dutyâe¦ A scorching night with his poised assistant Felicia Hamilton seems the perfect distractionâe"and her cool beauty masks a desire Kedah is hungering to ignite! But even Kedah isnâe(tm)t prepared for the biggest scandal of all, when their one night together leaves Felicia pregnant with his baby! Defying the Billionaire's Command by Michelle Condor Hardened cynic Dare James is furious. Some woman has gotten her claws into his grandfather. He returns in a blaze of fury to the family estate to lay down the lawâe¦ only to find himself attracted to the woman he had every intention of evicting. Carly Evans is horrifiedâe"sheâe(tm)s his grandfatherâe(tm)s doctor, not a gold-digger! She canâe(tm)t wait to wipe the smug smile from Dareâe(tm)s frustratingly handsome face. Only before she knows it, Carly is caught in an inescapable web of attractionâe¦and suddenly defying the billionaireâe(tm)s command is the last thing she wants to do! The Secret Beneath the Veil by Dani Collins With five little words, Mikolas Petrides secures a vital business merger, and finally repays his grandfather for rescuing him from the horrors of his childhood. But, when he lifts his new brideâe(tm)s veil, itâe(tm)s not the woman he was expecting! Viveka Brice will do anything to protect her little sister, even pretend to marry a stranger. Her deception revealed, she flees the wedding, but is soon confronted by Mikolas. He is a man who always get what he wants, and if the marriage is off, Viveka will have to compensate him âe" by becoming his mistress instead! The Mistress That Tamed De Santis by Natalie Crown Prince Antonio De Santis hasnâe(tm)t touched a woman since the tragedy that took his fiancÃ©e. But an unexpected encounter with notorious temptress Bella Sanchez, has this royal breaking his one ruleâe¦and he discovers this seductress is not what she seems! For Bella, life has been an empty performance since the injury which ended her prima ballerina career. But when Antonio demands her presence in his palace, she canâe(tm)t resist the stolen moments he offers. Their forbidden affair must be kept secret, but soon Bella is faced with a choice âe" surrender her heart, or tame the De Santis prince!
📒Historical Morphology ✍ Jacek Fisiak
✏Historical Morphology Book Summary : TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS is a series of books that open new perspectives in our understanding of language. The series publishes state-of-the-art work on core areas of linguistics across theoretical frameworks as well as studies that provide new insights by building bridges to neighbouring fields such as neuroscience and cognitive science. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS considers itself a forum for cutting-edge research based on solid empirical data on language in its various manifestations, including sign languages. It regards linguistic variation in its synchronic and diachronic dimensions as well as in its social contexts as important sources of insight for a better understanding of the design of linguistic systems and the ecology and evolution of language. TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS publishes monographs and outstanding dissertations as well as edited volumes, which provide the opportunity to address controversial topics from different empirical and theoretical viewpoints. High quality standards are ensured through anonymous reviewing.
📒Modern Romance Collection June 2018 Books 1 4 ✍ Lynne Graham
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📒Secondary Heroines In Nineteenth Century British And American Novels ✍ Dr Jennifer Camden
✏Secondary Heroines in Nineteenth Century British and American Novels Book Summary : Taking up works by Samuel Richardson, James Fenimore Cooper, Sir Walter Scott, and Catharine Maria Sedgwick, among others, Jennifer B. Camden examines the role of female characters who, while embodying the qualities associated with heroines, fail to achieve this status in the story. These "secondary heroines," often the friend or sister of the primary heroine, typically disappear from the action of the novel as the courtship plot progresses, only to return near the conclusion of the action with renewed demands on the reader's attention. Accounting for this persistent pattern, Camden suggests, reveals the cultural work performed by these unusual figures in the early history of the novel. Because she is often a far more vivid character than the heroine of the marriage plot, the secondary heroine inevitably engages the reader's interest in her plight. That the narrative apparently seeks to suppress her creates tension and points to the secondary heroine as a site of contested identity who represents an ideology of womanhood and nationhood at odds with the national ideals represented by the primary heroine, whom the reader is asked to embrace. In showing how the anxiety produced by these ideals is displaced onto the secondary heroine, Camden's study represents an important intervention into the ways in which early novels use character to further ideologies of race, class, sex, and gender.