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Locating Thomas de Quinceys fugitive inspiration within romanticism

McBride, John.

Locating Thomas de Quinceys fugitive inspiration within romanticism

by McBride, John.

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Published in [Belfast] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • De Quincey, Thomas, -- 1785-1859.

  • Edition Notes

    Part fulfilment dissertation for M.A. (Modern literary studies), Queen"s University of Belfast, December, 1998?.

    StatementJohn McBride.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18914706M

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Thomas Penson De Quincey (/ d ə ˈ k w ɪ n s i /; 15 August – 8 December ) was an English essayist, best known for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater ().

Many scholars suggest that in publishing this work De Quincey inaugurated the tradition of addiction literature in the West. Margaret Russett uses the example of Thomas De Quincey, the nineteenth-century essayist best remembered for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater and his memoirs of Wordsworth and Coleridge, to examine the idea of the 'minor' author, and how it is related to what we now call the Romantic by:   Margaret Russett uses the example of Thomas De Quincey, the nineteenth-century essayist best remembered for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater and his memoirs of Wordsworth and Coleridge, to examine the idea of the "minor" author, and how it is related to what we now call the Romantic canon.

Situating De Quincey's writing in relation to Author: Margaret Russett. De Quincey's Works [De Quincey, Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. De Quincey's Works. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Proctor, Sigmund K. (Sigmund Kluss), Thomas De Quincey's theory of literature.

Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, The film is very loosely based on Thomas De Quincey's 'Confessions of an English Opium-Eater' first published in A bizarre film where a descendant of Thomas De Quincey, the original opium eater, saves slave girls kept in bamboo cages in Chinatown, San Francisco.

2 Except Landor who died in ; 20 The confluence is a moment of transition and a time of crisis, because the emerging modernity has not yet been identified: nothing can be given a definite name. In De Quincey’s lifetime, even the past did not have a name: the Romantics never knew that they were romantic, because romanticism was not given its name beforeafter their deaths.

Liv och verksamhet. Thomas far dog redan som ung, en välbärgad affärsman med ett omfattande litteraturintresse. När sonen Thomas var liten flyttade familjen till landet utanför Manchester, där han växte upp.

skrev hans mor in honom vid King Edward's School i Bath, och flyttade själv med till staden. Som barn var Thomas de Quincey sjuklig och svag, och tillbringade ungdomen i.

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Thomas De Quincey's theory of literature. New York, Octagon Books, [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Thomas De Quincey; Thomas De Quincey: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sigmund K Proctor; Clarence De Witt Thorpe; Paul Mueschke. provides thousands of ebooks for free without registration.

Download PDF and EPUB ebooks. De Quincey's Writings, Volume 10 [De Quincey, Thomas, Fields, James Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. De Quincey's Writings, Volume De Quinceys Joan of Arc and the English mail-coach: [De Quincey Stebbins Charles M.

(Charles Maurice) ed, Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offersDe Quinceys Joan of Arc and the English mail-coachAuthor: Thomas De Quincey Stebbins Charles M. (Charles Maurice) ed. The ongoing critical fascination with Thomas De Quincey and the burgeoning recognition of the centrality of his writings to the Romantic age and beyond necessitates a critical examination of De Quincey.

In this spirit, ten of the top De Quincey scholars in the world have come together in this volume to engage directly with the immense amount of. de Quincey, Thomas // World's Greatest Books -- Volume 09 -- Lives & Letters;3/1/, p96 This article features the life and works of British essayist and critic Thomas de Quincey.

The first installment of his book "Confessions of an English Opium-Eater" appeared in the "London Magazine" in Septemberwhich attracted universal attention. Margaret Russett, De Quincey's Romanticism: Cultural Minority and the Forms of Transmission. Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xiv + pp.

$ (Hdbk; ISBN: ). Reviewed by Paul Youngquist Penn State University, University Park Before there was Wordsworth, before the bright and dying Keats, before even Blake came. Murder as a Fine Art (Thomas De Quincey, #1), The Opium-Eater (Thomas De Quincey, #), Inspector of the Dead (Thomas De Quincey, #2), and Ruler of the.

Thomas De Quincey took inspiration from Coleridge and Wordsworth by combining the two, he took the Coleridge themes of addiction and mixed them with Wordsworth’s ‘The Prelude’. Wordsworth ended up improving De Quinceys life majorly by including him into his.

DE QUINCEY, THOMAS (–), author of ‘Confessions of an Opium Eater,’ was born at Greenheys, Manchester, 15 Aug. He was the fifth child of Thomas De Quincey, a merchant of reputation and of literary culture, who contributed an ‘Account of a Tour in the Midland Counties’ to the ‘Gentleman's Magazine’ for ; reprinted with additions in (Notes and Queries, 5th ser.

T o eat. Begin with that verb: not “opium-addict,” nor “smoker” or “drinker”—though this last was most appropriate, since for most of his life Thomas De Quincey preferred laudanum, opium dissolved in an alcohol solution.

No, none of these; he called it Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, the “eating” being an oblique reference, most likely, to Turkish addicts who were. Product Information: Excerpt from De Quincey's Revolt of the Tartars and the English Mail-Coach: With Introduction and Notes The story Of the earlier, and in some respects, far more important part of De Quincey s life has been told by him self, partly in his Confessions of an English opium-eater, and partly in a series of autobiographical sketches con tributed to an Edinburgh periodical.e Seller Rating: % positive.The Romantic interest in the uncanny as is seen in De Quincey’s work centers both upon interactions with one’s surroundings as well as how a shifting perception of these same surroundings catalyzes and influences the development of the true, internal self.Free 2-day shipping.

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