7 edition of rhetoric of Romantic prophecy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -338) and index.
|Series||Cultural memory in the present|
|LC Classifications||PR585.P77 B35 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 346 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||346|
|ISBN 10||0804745064, 0804742316|
|LC Control Number||2002070690|
Ian Balfour’s book, The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy is perhaps the most comprehensive and useful study on the subject. He asserts that prophecy is “not a single thing, and one has to attend to the differences that are sometimes tenuously grouped together under a single word” (4). Author of the book "The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy," Balfour has been editor and co-editor of several publications and has written numerous essays on popular and unpopular culture. He was a fellow of the Society for the Humanities at Cornell in He is currently completing a book on the sublime.
tic rhetoric. judicial rhetoric review of analysis chapter five. rhetorical analysis of amos rhetorical unit rhetorical situation rhetorical invention rhetorical disposition He is the author of Northrop Frye (), The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy () and of essays on the Romantics (Wordsworth, Blake, Godwin, Inchbald), Walter Benjamin, Paul de Man, and on topics in popular culture (music, TV, film).
Ian Balfour is Professor of English at York University. He is the author of several books, including The Rhetoric of Romantic edited with the filmmaker Atom Egoyan Subtitles: On the Foreignness of Film, with Eduardo Cadava a double-issue of South Atlantic Quarterly on human rights, and was sole editor of Late Derrida for SAQ. He has taught at Cornell as the M. H. Abrams. Ian Balfour teaches English at York University. He is the author of several books including The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy and editor of collections on human rights, the “foreignness of film.
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" [The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy] usefully recontextualizes some of the major poems and texts of the British and German Romantic movements by reminding us of the historical importance of biblical hermeneutics [T]he book's most impressive accomplishment is to demonstrate the high philosophical, theological, and ideological states of arguments about voice, authority, and figurative language and thereby to recover for us a Romanticism Cited by: " [The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy] usefully recontextualizes some of the major poems and texts of the British and German Romantic movements by reminding us of the historical importance of biblical hermeneutics [T]he book's most impressive accomplishment is to demonstrate the high philosophical, theological, and ideological states of arguments about voice, authority, and figurative language and thereby to recover for us a Romanticism.
With its scholarly range, critical acumen, and theoretical ambition, The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy makes an important contribution to the study of Romanticism, textuality, and the prophetic Pages: The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy The Romantic era in England and Germany rhetoric of Romantic prophecy book a sudden renewal of prophetic modes of writing.
Biblical prophecy and, to a lesser extent, classical oracle again became viable models for poetry and even for journalistic prose. The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy. The Romantic era in England and Germany saw a sudden renewal of prophetic modes of writing.
Biblical prophecy and, to a lesser extent, classical oracle again became viable models for poetry 4/5(3). [The Rhetoric of Romanticism] shows us how the narrative of a line poem can contain more cliff-hanging suspense, more sudden alternation of vision and concealment, than a thousand pages of commonplace romantic adventures.
-- Northrop Frye, Times Literary SupplementReviews: 2. Indeed, one of the most challenging but invigorating aspects of The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy is the relentlessness with which it resists resolving its readings into reductive generalizations – about prophecy, but also about any of the categories with which prophecy is cognate (and it runs the theoretical gamut from history to temporality to figurality, language, representation, and so on).Author: Robert Alexander.
Oracles of God: Perceptions of Ancient Prophecy in Ancient Israel after Exile. New York, New York, "History and Rhetoric in the Prophets," in The Bible as Rhetoric. Buy The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy by Ian Balfour from Waterstones today.
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By Ian Balfour. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Thomas Pfau. Thomas Pfau Search for other works by this author on: This Site. Google. Cited by: The Romantic era in England and Germany saw a sudden renewal of prophetic modes of writing, arising from a new-found freedom of biblical interpretation.
This text surveys developments in 18th-century biblical hermeneutics, culminating in close readings of works by Blake, Holderlin and Coleridge. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction: the call of prophecy and the future (after Benjamin) --The scope and texture of romantic prophecy: Wordsworth and Novalis among others --Robert Lowth and the temporality of prophetic rhetoric --The speaking hieroglyph: Hurd, Warburton.
Introduction: The Call of Prophecy and the Future (After Benjamin) 2. The Scope and Texture of Romantic Prophecy: Wordsworth and Novalis Among Others Pt.
Prophetic Figures in Eighteenth-Century Interpretation 3. Robert Lowth and the Temporality of Prophetic Rhetoric 4. The Speaking Hieroglyph: Hurd, Warburton, and the Matter of Style 5.
Ian Balfour ’ s The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy () frames prophecy as a mode of writing and speaking about what is or is not “ possible to be thought and done at a given moment ” (3).
Balfour, Ian, The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy (Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, ). Barbauld, Anna, An Address to the Opposers of the Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. Read Book PDF Online Here ?book=Download The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy EBook.
Ian Balfour. The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy. Stanford: Stanford University Press, ISBN: Price: US$ Un article de la revue Romanticism on the Net (Robert Southey) diffusée par la plateforme : Robert Alexander.
Taking Walter Benjamin's thinking about history as a point of departure, the author shows how the model for Romantic prophecy emerges less as a prediction of the future than as a call to change in the present, even as it quotes, at key turns, texts from the past.
Benjamin and Blanchot are authors of two of the most influential essays on romanticism, essays that, it just so happens, Ian Balfour is responsible for introducing to an English-reading audience.1 Thus, The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy is not only a long awaited, prize-winning book by a major theorist of romanticism, it is also a book written by the first English translator of Benjamin's and.
The Rhetoric of Romanticism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This last work by Paul de Man before his death in brings /5(1). Read "The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy, Comparative Literature" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of .BOOK REVIEWS Eyes of the University, Right to Philosophy 2, by Jacques Derrida Barbara Biesecker The Rhetoric of Romantic Prophecy; by Ian Balfour Sara Guy er The Rhetoric of RHETORIC: The Quest for Effective Communication by Wayne C.
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