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The Brontes and the Idea of the Human: Science, Ethics, and the Victorian Imagination

The Brontes and the Idea of the Human: Science, Ethics, and the Victorian Imagination

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Wydawnictwo Cambridge University Press
Data wydania 16/05/2019
Liczba stron 310
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla profesjonalistów, specjalistów i badaczy naukowych
ISBN 9781107154810
Kategorie Poezja, Studia literackie: poezja i poeci, Studia literackie: beletrystyka, nowele, proza, Kultura, Nauki społeczne i procesy, Zagadnienia i debaty etyczne, Klasy społeczne, Ideologie polityczne, Filozofia nauki
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What does it mean to be human? The Bronte novels and poetry are fascinated by what lies at the core - and limits - of the human. The Brontes and the Idea of the Human presents a significant re-evaluation of how Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte each responded to scientific, legal, political, theological, literary, and cultural concerns in ways that redraw the boundaries of the human for the nineteenth century. Proposing innovative modes of approach for the twenty-first century, leading scholars shed light on the relationship between the role of the imagination and new definitions of the human subject. This important interdisciplinary study scrutinises the notion of the embodied human and moves beyond it to explore the force and potential of the mental and imaginative powers for constructions of selfhood, community, spirituality, degradation, cruelty, and ethical behaviour in the nineteenth century and its fictional worlds.

The Brontes and the Idea of the Human: Science, Ethics, and the Victorian Imagination

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Introduction: human subjects: reimagining the Brontes for twenty-first-century scholarship Alexandra Lewis; 1. Hanging, crushing, and shooting: animals, violence and child-rearing in Bronte fiction Sally Shuttleworth; 2. Learning to imagine Dinah Birch; 3. Charlotte Bronte and the science of the imagination Janis McLarren Caldwell; 4. Being human: de-gendering mental anxiety; or hysteria, hypochondriasis, and traumatic memory in Charlotte Bronte's Villette Alexandra Lewis; 5. Charlotte Bronte and the listening reader Helen Groth; 6. Burning art and political resistance: Anne Bronte's radical imaginary of wives, slaves, and animals in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall Deborah Denenholz Morse; 7. Degraded nature: Wuthering Heights and the last poems of Emily Bronte Helen Small; 8. 'Angels ... recognize our innocence': on theology and 'human rights' in the fiction of the Brontes Jan-Melissa Schramm; 9. 'A strange change approaching': ontology, reconciliation, and eschatology in Wuthering Heights Simon Marsden; 10. 'Surely some oracle has been with me': women's prophecy and ethical rebuke in poems by Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte Rebecca Styler; 11. Jane Eyre, a teaching experiment Isobel Armstrong; 12. Fiction as critique: postcripts to Jane Eyre and Villette Barbara Hardy; 13. We are three sisters: the lives of the Brontes as a Chekhovian play Blake Morrison.

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