What affiliates fragmentation with Romanticism? during this e-book, Alexander Regier explains how fracture and fragmentation shape a lens wherein a few vital matters of Romanticism should be analysed in a very powerful method. those different types additionally offer a severe framework for a dialogue of basic concerns touching on language and suggestion within the interval. Over the process the amount, Regier discusses fracture and fragmentation thematically and structurally, delivering new readings of Wordsworth, Kant, Burke, Keats, and De Quincey, in addition to analysing imperative highbrow presuppositions of the interval. He additionally highlights Romanticism's value for modern scholarship, particularly within the writings of Benjamin and de guy. extra in general, Regier's dialogue of fragmentation exposes a philosophical challenge that lies at the back of the definition of Romanticism.
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