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Diego Saglia, European Literatures in Britain, 1815–1832. Romantic Translations

Diego Saglia, European Literatures in Britain, 1815–1832. Romantic Translations 296 Romanticism to reinstate the Minerva Press, enlightening era of emerging nationalism. It should come as no scholarship and scholars on both historic and extant, surprise, therefore, that European Romantic writers archaic hierarchies of literature by demonstrating the recorded in their work moments of shared, valuable input of the Minerva Press to the trans-European social and political anxieties. Works of demographic of the literary marketplace and the period are often comparative cultural studies illuminating the literary influences and shared characterised by repeated attempts to define and exchange practices of our most well-known and redefine understandings of European borders and well-studied writers and texts of the Romantic period boundaries in response to the various revolutions and and Minerva Press works. national struggles across Europe. Colette Davies Diego Saglia’s conceptually ambitious and University of Nottingham impeccably researched monograph corrects the idea of DOI: 10.3366/rom.2022.0570 the insularity of British Romanticism and focusses on the period’s engagement with other European literary traditions, with a particular emphasis on Diego Saglia, European Literatures in Britain, ‘appropriations and constructions of foreign literatures 1815–1832. Romantic Translations (Cambridge: in reviews, periodical essays, anthologies, drama and Cambridge University Press, 2019). 261pp. £75.00. the theatre, poetry and the novel’ (viii). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Romanticism Edinburgh University Press

Diego Saglia, European Literatures in Britain, 1815–1832. Romantic Translations

Romanticism , Volume 28 (3): 3 – Oct 1, 2022

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296 Romanticism to reinstate the Minerva Press, enlightening era of emerging nationalism. It should come as no scholarship and scholars on both historic and extant, surprise, therefore, that European Romantic writers archaic hierarchies of literature by demonstrating the recorded in their work moments of shared, valuable input of the Minerva Press to the trans-European social and political anxieties. Works of demographic of the literary marketplace and the period are often comparative cultural studies illuminating the literary influences and shared characterised by repeated attempts to define and exchange practices of our most well-known and redefine understandings of European borders and well-studied writers and texts of the Romantic period boundaries in response to the various revolutions and and Minerva Press works. national struggles across Europe. Colette Davies Diego Saglia’s conceptually ambitious and University of Nottingham impeccably researched monograph corrects the idea of DOI: 10.3366/rom.2022.0570 the insularity of British Romanticism and focusses on the period’s engagement with other European literary traditions, with a particular emphasis on Diego Saglia, European Literatures in Britain, ‘appropriations and constructions of foreign literatures 1815–1832. Romantic Translations (Cambridge: in reviews, periodical essays, anthologies, drama and Cambridge University Press, 2019). 261pp. £75.00. the theatre, poetry and the novel’ (viii).

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Published: Oct 1, 2022

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