By Iain McCalman
For the 1st time, this cutting edge reference booklet surveys the Romantic Age via all features of British tradition, instead of in literary or inventive phrases by myself. This multi-disciplinary method treats Romanticism either in aesthetic terms-its which means for portray, song, layout, structure, and literature-and as a old epoch of "revolutionary" differences which ushered in sleek democratic and industrialized society.
McCalman (Australian nationwide Univ.) has assembled a global workforce of specialists, from fields as different as political heritage, pop culture, literature, faith, and medication, that allows you to create a wide reference paintings at the Romantic age in Britain. the 1st a part of the ebook comprises thematic essays grouped into 4 diversified sections. Eschewing facile generalizations in regards to the Romantic period, the authors didn't search to boost a unmarried unified topic; quite, they sought to regard topics lower than broader headings equivalent to "Transforming Polity and Nation" and "Culture, intake, and the Arts." by means of focusing the essays during this model, McCalman simply manages to take care of an inner coherence between subject matters. The essays themselves are of top of the range and mirror the newest scholarship. the second one a part of the booklet comprises alphabetical entries of occasions, personalities, innovations, and tendencies in a few topics. Of specific curiosity are references to the folk and associations that make up the "radical" spiritual and political pursuits of the period, similar to Thomas Spence, Joseph Brothers, and Joanna Southcott, and a number of the societies they joined or encouraged. aimed toward a large viewers, this ebook is a priceless reference software. urged for all public and educational libraries.
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Byron, an amateur painter and distant cousin of the poet. The ﬁgures of Burke on the left and Fox on the right reﬂect the ‘infernal nature’ of the debate over Thomas Paine’s Rights of Man which swept through the country in the 1790s. One effect, then, of the revolution controversy and the war with France was the further extension, well beyond the radical movements generated by opposition to the American war, of a popular political culture conversant with a national political agenda. The vehicles for the dissemination of politically reformist literature were the metropolitan and provincial *corresponding societies which sprang into life in the ﬁrst two or three years of the decade.
Radical Underworld: Prophets, Revolutionaries and Pornographers in London, 1795‒1840, Cambridge, 1988; Philp, M. ), The French Revolution and British Popular Politics, Cambridge, 1991; Thompson, E. , The Making of the English Working Class (1963), Harmondsworth, 1968. j. e. cook son ‘Limited’ and ‘total’ war have been terms used to indicate the massive escalation of European war that occurred between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries. As descriptive categories ‘limited’ and ‘total’ war may serve well enough, but to conceptualize them is exceedingly difﬁcult, if not impossible.
Meanwhile the auxiliary forces were disbanded at the ﬁrst opportunity by a government anxious to economize and even more anxious to be rid of an armed population. The remnants of the ‘armed nation’ that were saved were the yeomanry, the cavalry arm of the volunteers, who were reliable under the gentry and who made a valuable addition to very limited *police resources. They, however, cannot really stand in the way of a further proposition concerning the impact of the war mobilization: that the addition of mass numbers to war was related to the addition of mass numbers to politics, speciﬁcally the great early-nineteenthcentury *petitioning campaigns on the issues of *parliamentary reform, *Catholic emancipation, and *abolitionism.
An Oxford Companion to The Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 by Iain McCalman