An intriguing scholarly investigation, not so much of the ways
the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries articulated
pain, but of the ways in which pain itself articulated the late
eighteenth-century experience. Through analysis of novels, plays,
and poems, the author explores the transition from sensibility as a
sense of "selflessness" to Romanticism, which puts the self in the
foreground as the mediating consciousness. His tightly focused
discussion sets a starting point for further critical investigation
of the subject.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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