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Scottish Men of Letters and the New Public Sphere, 1802-1834 (Hardback)

Barton Swaim

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ISBN 10: 1611483115 / ISBN 13: 9781611483116
Edité par Bucknell University Press, United States, 2009
Neuf(s) Etat : New Hardback
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Language: English . Brand New Book. Why were Scottish writers able to dominate the field of periodical literature throughout the nineteenth century? Barton Swaim s Scottish Men of Letters and the New Public Sphere, 1802-1834 attempts an answer to that question by examining the period when the Scots dominance was at its height: the three decades after the founding of the Edinburgh Review in 1802. In this carefully researched and thoughtful study, Swaim discusses the ways in which four writers in the vanguard of Scottish periodical-writing-Francis Jeffrey, John Wilson, John Gibson Lockhart, and Thomas Carlyle-exemplify the historical and cultural dynamics that occasioned Scottish dominance of what Jurgen Habermas would later call the public sphere. N° de réf. du libraire ANB9781611483116

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Titre : Scottish Men of Letters and the New Public ...

Éditeur : Bucknell University Press, United States

Date d'édition : 2009

Reliure : Hardback

Etat du livre :New

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Why were Scottish writers able to dominate the field of periodical literature throughout the nineteenth-century? Barton Swaim's Scottish Men of Letters and the New Public Sphere, 1802-1834 attempts an answer to that question by examining the period when the Scots' dominance was at its height: the three decades after the founding of the Edinburgh Review in 1802. In this carefully researched and thoughtful study, Swaim discusses the ways in which four writers in the vanguard of Scottish periodical-writing-Francis Jeffrey, John Wilson, John Gibson Lockhart, and Thomas Carlyle-exemplify the historical and cultural dynamics that occasioned Scottish dominance of what Jurgen Habermas would later call the public sphere.

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Barton Swaim received his doctorate from the University of Edinburgh. He lives in Columbia, South Carolina, where he works in the Office of the Governor.

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