The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe
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Michael Rossington, Susanne Schmid
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Series Editor's Preface: Elinor Shaffer (University of London) Acknowledgements List of Contributors Abbreviations Timeline: European Reception of Percy Bysshe Shelley: Susanne Schmid, Michael Rossington, Paul Barnaby and Lucia Kramer Introduction: Michael Rossington (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne) and Susanne Schmid (University of Regensburg) 1. The History of Shelley Editions in English, Stephen C. Behrendt (University of Nebraska) 2. Shelley 'fabrique en France', Ann T. Gardiner 3.Shelley 's Afterlife in Italy: from 1822 to 1922, Lilla Maria Crisafulli (University of Bologna) 4. Shelley's afterlife in Italy: from 1922 to the present day, Laura Bandiera (University of Parma) 5. The Reception of Shelley in Spain, Beatriz Gonzalez (University of Castilla-La Mancha) and Santiago Rodriguez (University of Valladolid) with Richard A. Cardwell (University of Nottingham) 6. Shelley, Catalonia and the Spanish Civil War, Bill Phillips (University of Barcelona) 7. Shelley in Portugal: a Poet for Academics, Jorge Bastos da Silva (University of Porto) 8. The Ineffectual Angel of Political Hijacking: Shelley in Romanian Culture, Mihaelia Anghelescu Irimia (University of Bucharest) 9. An 'Unseen Presence': Shelley in Germany, Susanne Schmid (University of Regensburg) 10. Shelley in the Nordic Countries: Would They Be Seeking Him if He Had Not Been Found?, Karsten Engelberg (Copenhagen University) 11. 'Love for a Godhead due': Shelley in the Low Countries, Kris Steyaert (University of Liege) 12. A Prophet of Love, a 'Moral Artist' or a Revolutionary?: Shelley in Czech Culture, Martin Prochazka (Charles University, Prague) 13. Shelley in Poland, Monika Coghen (Jagiellonian University in Krakow) 14. 'A marvelously mild-tempered, gentle person': Shelley in Hungarian culture, Istvan Racz (University of Debrecen) 15. Revolutionary Etudes: The Reception of Shelley in Russia, Rachel Polonsky 16. Shelley's Heart of Hearts in Bulgaria, Vitana Kostadinova (University of Plovdiv) 17. 'The Prophet of Noble Struggles': Shelley in Greece, Maria Schoina (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) 18. 'I pant for the music which is divine': Shelley's Poetry and the Musical Imagination, Jeremy Dibble (Durham University) Bibliography Index
Susanne Schmid has taught at the universities of FU Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, Princeton, Paderborn, Salford and Regensburg. She is the author of Shelley's German Afterlives 1814 - 2000 (2007). Michael Rossington is Senior Lecturer in Romantic Literature in the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics at Newcastle University, UK. He is one of the editors of The Poems of Shelley, Vol. 3 (2009). Elinor Shaffer, FBA is author of 'Kubla Khan' and The Fall of Jerusalem: The Mythological School in Biblical Criticism and Secular Literature, and many articles on English and European Romanticism, and most recently co-editor of The Reception of S.T. Coleridge in Europe.