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The Resource The Oxford handbook of the elegy, edited by Karen Weisman

The Oxford handbook of the elegy, edited by Karen Weisman

Label
The Oxford handbook of the elegy
Title
The Oxford handbook of the elegy
Statement of responsibility
edited by Karen Weisman
Title variation
Elegy
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Provides both a historical survey and thematic engagement with the themes of the elegy
Member of
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
809.14
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN1389
LC item number
.O84 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Weisman, Karen A
Series statement
Oxford handbooks
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Elegiac poetry
  • Elegie
Label
The Oxford handbook of the elegy, edited by Karen Weisman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Edward L. Greenstein
  • elegy and the visual arts
  • Elizabeth Helsinger
  • On photographic elegy
  • Josh Ellenbogen
  • Late Roman elegy
  • Michael Roberts
  • Not what it was :
  • the world of Old English elegy
  • Andy Orchard
  • The consolations of philosophy :
  • later medieval elegy
  • Jamie C. Fumo
  • Nation and history :
  • Introduction
  • the emergence of the English pastoral elegy
  • William C. Watterson
  • Classical love elegy in the Renaissance (and after)
  • Gordon Braden
  • The funeral elegy in Early Modern Britain :
  • a brief history
  • Lorna Clymer
  • Elegies in country churchyards :
  • the prospect poem in and around the eighteenth century
  • Helen Deutsch
  • Karen Weisman
  • New World frontiers :
  • the American Puritan elegy
  • Jeffrey Hammond
  • American constitutional elegy
  • Max Cavitch
  • Roman elegiac hybridity
  • Stuart Curran
  • The dark ecology of elegy
  • Timothy Morton
  • Victoria dressed in black :
  • Ancient Greek elegy
  • poetry in an elegiac age
  • Erik Gray
  • In the tense of decadence :
  • modernist elegy and the great war
  • Vincent Sherry
  • Between the bullet and the lie :
  • British elegy between the war
  • Patricia Rae
  • Fresh woods :
  • elegy and ecology among the ruins
  • Gregory Nagy
  • Bonnie Costello
  • That the people might live :
  • notes toward a study of Native American elegy
  • Arnold Krupot
  • Elegies upon the dying
  • Sandra M. Gilbert
  • Attending to AIDS :
  • elegy's rendez-vous with testimonial
  • Ross Chambers
  • Kaddish :
  • What's love got to do with it? :
  • Jewish American elegy post-1945
  • Maeera Y. Schreiber
  • The contemporary anti-elegy
  • R. Clifton Spargo
  • Women's elegy :
  • early modern
  • Lauren Shohet
  • Anguish no cessation knows :
  • elegy and the British woman poet, 1660-1834
  • Anne K. Mellor
  • the peculiar story of elegy in Rome
  • Women's elegies, 1834-present :
  • female authorship and the affective politics of grief
  • Anita Helle
  • Lett me not pyne for poverty :
  • maternal elegy in Early Modern England
  • Lisa J. Schnell
  • Between men :
  • literary history and the work of mourning
  • Jonathan Goldberg
  • Elegy in English drama, 1590-1640
  • Paul Allen Miller
  • Jonathan Crewe
  • Post coitum triste :
  • elegiac sexuality in drama, 1700-1800
  • Catherine Burroughs
  • Mourning modernity :
  • Classical antiquity, romantic theory, and elegiac form
  • Thomas Pfau
  • Elegy and the Gothic :
  • the common grounds
  • Jerrold E. Hogle
  • Lamentation and lament in the Hebrew Bible
  • Moving pictures at the edge of stasis :
  • elegy and the elegiac in film
  • Paul Coates
  • Nationalism, transnationalism, and the poetry of mourning
  • Jahan Ramazani
  • Museum elegies
  • Eric Gidal
  • The war memorial as elegy
  • Kirk Savage
  • Grieving images :
Control code
477256203
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xvii, 718 pages
Isbn
9780199228133
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)477256203
Label
The Oxford handbook of the elegy, edited by Karen Weisman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Edward L. Greenstein
  • elegy and the visual arts
  • Elizabeth Helsinger
  • On photographic elegy
  • Josh Ellenbogen
  • Late Roman elegy
  • Michael Roberts
  • Not what it was :
  • the world of Old English elegy
  • Andy Orchard
  • The consolations of philosophy :
  • later medieval elegy
  • Jamie C. Fumo
  • Nation and history :
  • Introduction
  • the emergence of the English pastoral elegy
  • William C. Watterson
  • Classical love elegy in the Renaissance (and after)
  • Gordon Braden
  • The funeral elegy in Early Modern Britain :
  • a brief history
  • Lorna Clymer
  • Elegies in country churchyards :
  • the prospect poem in and around the eighteenth century
  • Helen Deutsch
  • Karen Weisman
  • New World frontiers :
  • the American Puritan elegy
  • Jeffrey Hammond
  • American constitutional elegy
  • Max Cavitch
  • Roman elegiac hybridity
  • Stuart Curran
  • The dark ecology of elegy
  • Timothy Morton
  • Victoria dressed in black :
  • Ancient Greek elegy
  • poetry in an elegiac age
  • Erik Gray
  • In the tense of decadence :
  • modernist elegy and the great war
  • Vincent Sherry
  • Between the bullet and the lie :
  • British elegy between the war
  • Patricia Rae
  • Fresh woods :
  • elegy and ecology among the ruins
  • Gregory Nagy
  • Bonnie Costello
  • That the people might live :
  • notes toward a study of Native American elegy
  • Arnold Krupot
  • Elegies upon the dying
  • Sandra M. Gilbert
  • Attending to AIDS :
  • elegy's rendez-vous with testimonial
  • Ross Chambers
  • Kaddish :
  • What's love got to do with it? :
  • Jewish American elegy post-1945
  • Maeera Y. Schreiber
  • The contemporary anti-elegy
  • R. Clifton Spargo
  • Women's elegy :
  • early modern
  • Lauren Shohet
  • Anguish no cessation knows :
  • elegy and the British woman poet, 1660-1834
  • Anne K. Mellor
  • the peculiar story of elegy in Rome
  • Women's elegies, 1834-present :
  • female authorship and the affective politics of grief
  • Anita Helle
  • Lett me not pyne for poverty :
  • maternal elegy in Early Modern England
  • Lisa J. Schnell
  • Between men :
  • literary history and the work of mourning
  • Jonathan Goldberg
  • Elegy in English drama, 1590-1640
  • Paul Allen Miller
  • Jonathan Crewe
  • Post coitum triste :
  • elegiac sexuality in drama, 1700-1800
  • Catherine Burroughs
  • Mourning modernity :
  • Classical antiquity, romantic theory, and elegiac form
  • Thomas Pfau
  • Elegy and the Gothic :
  • the common grounds
  • Jerrold E. Hogle
  • Lamentation and lament in the Hebrew Bible
  • Moving pictures at the edge of stasis :
  • elegy and the elegiac in film
  • Paul Coates
  • Nationalism, transnationalism, and the poetry of mourning
  • Jahan Ramazani
  • Museum elegies
  • Eric Gidal
  • The war memorial as elegy
  • Kirk Savage
  • Grieving images :
Control code
477256203
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xvii, 718 pages
Isbn
9780199228133
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)477256203

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