The Resource The origins of the English novel, 1600-1740, Michael McKeon ; with a new introduction by the author

The origins of the English novel, 1600-1740, Michael McKeon ; with a new introduction by the author

Label
The origins of the English novel, 1600-1740
Title
The origins of the English novel, 1600-1740
Statement of responsibility
Michael McKeon ; with a new introduction by the author
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1943-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
McKeon, Michael
Index
index present
LC call number
PR841
LC item number
.M3 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English fiction
  • English fiction
  • English fiction
  • English fiction
  • Roman
  • Roman
  • Roman
  • Englisch
Label
The origins of the English novel, 1600-1740, Michael McKeon ; with a new introduction by the author
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: Dialectical Method in Literary History -- Ch. 1. The Destabilization of Generic Categories -- 1. "Romance" as a Simple Abstraction -- 2. Precursors Revolutions: The Greek Enlightenment -- 3. Precursor Revolutions: The Twelfth-Century Renaissance -- 4. Historicism and the Historical Revolution -- 5. The Claim to Historicity -- 6. Native Empiricism and Extreme Skepticism -- 7. Romance, Antiromance, True History -- Ch. 2. The Evidence of the Senses: Secularization and Epistemological Crisis -- 1. The Contradictory Unity of the New Philosophy -- 2. "Natural History" as a Narrative Model -- 3. "Religion versus Science" and the Problem of Mediation -- 4. The Literalizing of Revelation -- 5. Apparition Narratives -- Ch. 3. Histories of the Individual -- 1. From Saint's Life to Spiritual Biography -- 2. From Picaresque to Criminal Biography -- 3. From Christian Pilgrimage to Scientific Travel -- 4. The Empirical Style Becomes Problematic -- 5. The Emergence of Extreme Skepticism -- 6. Toward Realism, the Aesthetic, and Human Creativity -- Ch. 4. The Destabilization of Social Categories -- 1. Aristocratic Ideology -- 2. Precursor Revolutions: The Greek Enlightenment -- 3. Precursor Revolutions: The Twelfth-Century Renaissance -- 4. Progressive Ideology and the Transvaluation of Honor -- 5. The Rise of the Gentry -- 6. From Status to Class -- 7. The Persistence of the Aristocracy -- 8. The Formation of Conservative Ideology -- 9. Understanding Status Inconsistency -- Ch. 5. Absolutism and Capitalist Ideology: The Volatility of Reform -- 1. The Absolute Prince Absolutized -- 2. Sword and Robe -- 3. Protestants and Capitalists -- 4. Evaluating Human Appetites -- 5. Progressive Ideology and Conservative Ideology -- Ch. 6. Stories of Virtue -- 1. Novelistic Narrative as Historical Explanation -- 2. Historical Models for Progressive Narratives -- 3. Historical Models for Conservative Narratives -- 4. Ideological Implications of Generic Models -- 5. The Gendering of Ideology -- 6. The Conflation of Truth and Virtue -- Ch. 7. Romance Transformations (I): Cervantes and the Disenchantment of the World -- Ch. 8. Romance Transformations (II): Bunyan and the Literalization of Allegory -- Ch. 9. Parables of the Younger Son (I): Defoe and the Naturalization of Desire -- Ch. 10. Parables of the Younger Son (II): Swift and the Containment of Desire -- Ch. 11. The Institutionalization of Conflict (I): Richardson and the Domestication of Service -- Ch. 12. The Institutionalization of Conflict (II): Fielding and the Instrumentality of Belief
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
15th anniversary ed.
Extent
xxix, 529 pages
Isbn
9780801869594
Lccn
2002016072
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)48876538
  • (OCoLC)ocm48876538
Label
The origins of the English novel, 1600-1740, Michael McKeon ; with a new introduction by the author
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: Dialectical Method in Literary History -- Ch. 1. The Destabilization of Generic Categories -- 1. "Romance" as a Simple Abstraction -- 2. Precursors Revolutions: The Greek Enlightenment -- 3. Precursor Revolutions: The Twelfth-Century Renaissance -- 4. Historicism and the Historical Revolution -- 5. The Claim to Historicity -- 6. Native Empiricism and Extreme Skepticism -- 7. Romance, Antiromance, True History -- Ch. 2. The Evidence of the Senses: Secularization and Epistemological Crisis -- 1. The Contradictory Unity of the New Philosophy -- 2. "Natural History" as a Narrative Model -- 3. "Religion versus Science" and the Problem of Mediation -- 4. The Literalizing of Revelation -- 5. Apparition Narratives -- Ch. 3. Histories of the Individual -- 1. From Saint's Life to Spiritual Biography -- 2. From Picaresque to Criminal Biography -- 3. From Christian Pilgrimage to Scientific Travel -- 4. The Empirical Style Becomes Problematic -- 5. The Emergence of Extreme Skepticism -- 6. Toward Realism, the Aesthetic, and Human Creativity -- Ch. 4. The Destabilization of Social Categories -- 1. Aristocratic Ideology -- 2. Precursor Revolutions: The Greek Enlightenment -- 3. Precursor Revolutions: The Twelfth-Century Renaissance -- 4. Progressive Ideology and the Transvaluation of Honor -- 5. The Rise of the Gentry -- 6. From Status to Class -- 7. The Persistence of the Aristocracy -- 8. The Formation of Conservative Ideology -- 9. Understanding Status Inconsistency -- Ch. 5. Absolutism and Capitalist Ideology: The Volatility of Reform -- 1. The Absolute Prince Absolutized -- 2. Sword and Robe -- 3. Protestants and Capitalists -- 4. Evaluating Human Appetites -- 5. Progressive Ideology and Conservative Ideology -- Ch. 6. Stories of Virtue -- 1. Novelistic Narrative as Historical Explanation -- 2. Historical Models for Progressive Narratives -- 3. Historical Models for Conservative Narratives -- 4. Ideological Implications of Generic Models -- 5. The Gendering of Ideology -- 6. The Conflation of Truth and Virtue -- Ch. 7. Romance Transformations (I): Cervantes and the Disenchantment of the World -- Ch. 8. Romance Transformations (II): Bunyan and the Literalization of Allegory -- Ch. 9. Parables of the Younger Son (I): Defoe and the Naturalization of Desire -- Ch. 10. Parables of the Younger Son (II): Swift and the Containment of Desire -- Ch. 11. The Institutionalization of Conflict (I): Richardson and the Domestication of Service -- Ch. 12. The Institutionalization of Conflict (II): Fielding and the Instrumentality of Belief
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
15th anniversary ed.
Extent
xxix, 529 pages
Isbn
9780801869594
Lccn
2002016072
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)48876538
  • (OCoLC)ocm48876538

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