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Scotts Shadow: The Novel In Romantic Edinburgh
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ISBN 9780691043838
REGISTERED: 11/19/17
UPDATED: 10/17/19
Scotts Shadow: The Novel In Romantic Edinburgh

No one is better qualified to write this book than Ian Duncan, and he accomplishes it with a panache that matches his erudition. This is a compelling book, consistently--even grippingly--readable, and endlessly suggestive.


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  • Scotts Shadow: The Novel In Romantic Edinburgh available on July 24 2015 from Indigo for 68.95
  • ISBN bar code 9780691043838 ξ1 registered September 21 2015
  • ISBN bar code 9780691043838 ξ2 registered July 24 2015
  • Product category is Book

  • # 978069104383

Scott's Shadow is the first comprehensive account of the flowering of Scottish fiction between 1802 and 1832, when post-Enlightenment Edinburgh rivaled London as a center for literary and cultural innovation. Ian Duncan shows how Walter Scott became the central figure in these developments, and how he helped redefine the novel as the principal modern genre for the representation of national historical life. Duncan traces the rise of a cultural nationalist ideology and the ascendancy of Scott's Waverley novels in the years after Waterloo. He argues that the key to Scott's achievement and its unprecedented impact was the actualization of a realist aesthetic of fiction, one that offered a socializing model of the imagination as first theorized by Scottish philosopher and historian David Hume. This aesthetic, Duncan contends, provides a powerful novelistic alternative to the Kantian-Coleridgean account of the imagination that has been taken as normative for British Romanticism since the early twentieth century. Duncan goes on to examine in detail how other Scottish writers inspired by Scott's innovations--James Hogg and John Galt in particular--produced in their own novels and tales rival accounts of regional, national, and imperial history. Scott's Shadow illuminates a major but neglected episode of British Romanticism as well as a pivotal moment in the history and development of the novel.


References
    ^ (2015). Scott's Shadow: The Novel in Romantic Edinburgh (revised Nov 2015)
    ^ Scotts Shadow: The Novel In Romantic Edinburgh Indigo. (revised Jul 2015)

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