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Handbook of Transatlantic North American Studies.

Author/Creator:
Straub, Julia.
Publication:
Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2016.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (632 pages)
Series:
Handbooks of English and American Studies
Handbooks of English and American Studies ; v.3
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Subjects:
Atlantic Ocean Region -- In literature.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
This series has been designed to offer students and researchers a compact means of orientation in their study of Anglophone literary texts. Each volume will introduce readers to current concepts and methodologies, as well as academic debates, by combining theory with text analysis and contextual anchoring.
Contents:
Intro
Contents
0. Introduction: Transatlantic North American Studies
Part I. Literary Movements and Key Periods in a Transatlantic Perspective
1. The Colonial Period
2. The Eighteenth Century and the Literary Marketplace
3. Transcendentalism, Romanticism, Transatlanticism
4. Literary Realism and Naturalism
5. Transatlantic Modernisms
6. Poetry and Fiction after 9/11
Part II. The Transatlantic Author
7. T. S. Eliot
8. Henry James
9. Elizabeth Stoddard
10. Margaret Fuller
Part III. Transatlantic Aesthetics: Genres, Styles, Debates
11. The Early American Novel and Sentimentalism
12. The American Short Story
13. Travel Writing
14. The Transatlantic Gothic
Part IV. Transatlantic Media Cultures
15. Under the Atlantic
16. Periodicals and Journalism in Early America
17. Periodicals and Journalism in Nineteenth-Century America
18. Transatlantic Comics: Tintin and Superman Crossing the Pond
Part V. Writing the Black Atlantic
19. The Black Atlantic
20. The Slave Narrative
21. Afropolitan Writing
Part VI. Transatlantic Afterlives: Reception Histories
22. The Transatlantic Publishing Industry: Book Trade, Copyright, Reception, 1776-1891
23. A Global Player? Transatlantic Shakespeare as an Example of Cultural Circulation Processes
24. Dickens in America - America in Dickens
Part VII. Transatlantic Canadian Studies
25. Canadian Studies and Canadian Literature in a Transatlantic Context: Themes, Theories, Images, Life Writing
26. Transatlantic Dimensions in Canadian Short Story Writing
27. Multiculturalism in Canadian Fiction
28. Performance, Identity and Indianer: Canadian Indigenous Crossings of the Atlantic
Part VIII. Widening the Transatlantic Sphere
29. Dialectics of Slavery and Servitude in Irish-Caribbean Literature.
30. Irish-American Literature
31. The Scottish American Enlightenment
Index of Subjects
Index of Names
List of Contributors.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Straub, Julia Handbook of Transatlantic North American Studies
ISBN:
9783110376739
9783110376371
OCLC:
953661627