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Spector, Sheila A.

The Jews and British Romanticism

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Politics of Religion
Sheila A. Spector

Part I. British Culture and the Jews

2. Mr. Punch at the Great Exhibition: Stereotypes of Yankee and Hebrew in 1851
Frank Felsenstein

3. Passing for a Jew, On Stage and Off: Stage Jews and Cross-Dressing Gentiles in Georgian England
Michael Ragussis

4. William Blake and the Jewish Swedenborgians
Marsha Keith Schuchard

5. Blake and the Book of Numbers: Joshua the Giant Killer and the Tears of Balaam
R. Paul Yoder

Part II. Jewish Writers and British Culture

6. Following the Muse: Inspiration, Prophecy, and Deference in the Poetry of Emma Lyon (1788–1870), Anglo-Jewish Poet
Michael Scrivener

7. Identity, Diaspora, and the Secular Voice in the Works of Isaac D’Israeli
Stuart Peterfreund

8. Anglo-Jewish Identity and the Politics Of Cultivation in Hazlitt, Aguilar, and Disraeli
Judith W. Page

9. Charlotte Dacre’s Zofloya: The Gothic Demonization of the Jew
Diane Long Hoeveler

Part III. The Jews and British Romanticism Outside of England

10. Commerce, Concern, and Christianity: Britain and Middle-Eastern Jewry in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Reeva Spector Simon

11. Jewish Translations of British Romantic Literature (1753–1858): A Preliminary Bibliography
Sheila A. Spector

12. The Reader as Witness: “City of the Killings” and Bialik’s Romantic Historiography
Lilach Lachman

Part IV. Coda: Coleridge and Judaica

13. Coleridge’s Misreading of Spinoza
Stanley J. Spector

14. Mendelssohn and Coleridge on Words, Thoughts, and Things
Frederick Burwick

15. Standing at Mont Blanc: Coleridge and Midrash

Lloyd Guy Davies

Keywords: Literature, British and Irish Literature, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory, Religious Studies, general, Jewish Cultural Studies

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
348 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137062857
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-73251-7

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