Fb2 Romantic Writing and Pedestrian Travel ePub
by R. Jarvis
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan; 1997 edition (August 4, 1997)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1704 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1990 kb|
|Digital formats:||azw lit docx mbr|
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Start by marking Romantic Writing and Pedestrian Travel as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this thorough and imaginative study Robin Jarvis discusses how the rise of pedestrian travel in the last two decades of the 18th century was reflected in the writings of key British Romantic writers, with a particular emphasis on Wordsworth and Coleridge. At the end of the 18th century the practice of travelling for learning and enjoyment ("tourism") began to spread. The Grand Tour had been progressively downclassed towards people with more limited means than wealthy aristocrats.
Romantic Writing and Pedestrian Travel is an exploration of the relationship between walking and writing. Robin Jarvis here reconstructs the scene of walking, both in Britain and on the Continent, in the 1790s, and analyses the mentality and motives of the early pedestrian traveller. He then discusses the impact of this cultural revolution on the creativity of major Romantic writers, focusing especially on William and Dorothy Wordsworth, Coleridge, Clare, Keats, Hazlitt and Hunt.
William Coxe ― Robin Jarvis, Romantic Writing and Pedestrian Travel. tags: 6-7, pedestrian, peripatetic, walking. With the main roads such powerful instruments of change, the walker's decision to exploit his freedom to resist the imperative of destination and explore instead by lanes, by-roads and fieldpaths, could well be interpreted as an act of denial, flight or dissent vis-a-vis the forces that were ineradicably transforming British society. Robin Jarvis, Romantic Writing and Pedestrian Travel. tags: 30, pedestrians, roads, walking.
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We knew Romantic readers loved travel writing and were fascinated with North America; Jarvis's study gives us a window into how those readers . Among his related publications is Romantic Writing and Pedestrian Travel.
Romantic Readers and Transatlantic Travel is an important contribution to studies of transatlantic Romanticism.
reception of North American travel writing should be contextualized within the broader . Books related to Romantic Readers and Transatlantic Travel.
reception of North American travel writing should be contextualized within the broader contours of British society and culture. Significantly, Jarvis differentiates between different communities of readers to show the extent to which class or professional status affected the way travel literature was read. Of equally crucial importance, he discusses the reception of travel literature on Canada and the Arctic as distinct from that on the United States. His book constitutes the most thorough exploration to date of the private reading experiences of travel literature during the Romantic period .
The genre of travel literature encompasses outdoor literature, guide books, nature writing, and travel memoirs. One early travel memoirist in Western literature was Pausanias, a Greek geographer of the 2nd century AD. In the early modern period, James Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides (1786) helped shape travel memoir as a genre.
Robin Jarvis, Romantic Writing and Pedestrian Travel Simon Kovesi. Jonathan Lamb, Vanessa Smith and Nicholas Thomas (eds), Exploration and Exchange: a South Seas Anthology, 1680–1900 Nicholas Thomas and Richard Eves (eds) Bad Colonists: the South Seas Letters of Vernon Lee Walker and Louis Becke Felipe Fernández-Armesto.