|Statement||by George Saintsbury.|
|Series||Periods of European literature, ed. by Professor Saintsbury, XII, Periods of European literature -- XII.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 471 p.|
|Number of Pages||471|
The later nineteenth century Kindle Edition by George Saintsbury (Author) › Visit Amazon's George Saintsbury Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central Author: George Saintsbury. Excerpt from The Later Nineteenth Century IN arranging the last volume Of this History of European Literature, it may not be improper to supply that part of a possible general preface which, for more reasons than one, could not be given in the first as it actually appeared. I have seen, during the earlier course of the publication, remarks Cited by: 1. Ive just finished Sperbers Karl Marx: A Nineteenth-Century Life. Some thoughts: Communisms roots in personal responsibility and equality of opportunity: The origin of Communism was the inability of the poor to gather wood in forests previously owned by monasteries or the nobility/5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Later Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century English and European Novelists: Arnold Bennett (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
This chapter discusses technological change and economic growth in the late nineteenth century. It notes that during this period, the complexity of technological systems increased, and examples of networks are found in the railroads; in the electricity, telegraph, telephone, and water-supply systems; and in the need to supply spare parts and information to individuals. Simultaneous with the Author: Joel Mokyr. These 'culture wars' have generally been seen as a chapter in the history of specific nation-states. Yet it has recently become increasingly clear that the Europe of the mid- and later nineteenth century should also be seen as a common politico-cultural space. This book breaks with the conventional approach by setting developments in specific. Duality and the divided mind have been a source of perennial fascination for literary artists and especially for novelists, and this is particularly true of the Romantic generation and their later nineteenth-century heirs. This book deals with the double, or Doppelgnger, as a dominant theme in the fiction of the period, and with its relation to the problem of evil. “The train passenger of the later nineteenth century who sat reading his book thus had a thicker layer of that skin than the earlier traveler, who coud not even think about reading because the journey still was, for him, a space-time adventure that engaged his entire sensorium.” (p) (Thicker layer of skin!! Just turn on TV news!!
This book bridges a gap in existing scholarship by foregrounding the contribution of women to the nineteenth-century Lied. Building on the pioneering work of scholars in recent years, it consolidates recent research on women’s achievements in the genre, and develops an alternative narrative of the Lied that embraces an understanding of the contributions of women, and of the Author: Aisling Kenny, Susan Wollenberg. “Difficult for actors to extemporise in nineteenth-century English. Except for Robert Hardy and Elizabeth Spriggs, who speak that way anyway.” ― Emma Thompson, The Sense and Sensibility Screenplay and Diaries: Bringing Jane Austen's Novel to Film. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. The End of Landscape in Nineteenth-Century America examines the dissolution of landscape painting in the late nineteenth-century United States. Maggie M. Cao explores the pictorial practices that challenged, mourned, or revised the conventions of landscape painting, a major cultural project for nineteenth-century Americans. Through rich analysis of artworks at the genre’s unsettling .