By Robert Burden; Stephan Kohl (Eds.)
Within the papers gathered during this, the 1st quantity of the Spatial Practices sequence, Englishness is mirrored within the areas it occupies or dwells in. largely stimulated by means of a renewed and becoming curiosity in questions of cultural identification, its emergence in Victorian theories and fictions of nationality, and the hot cultural geography, the papers hide a wealthy number of areas and areas that have been appropriated for cultural meanings: the agricultural nation-state and farmland of the house Counties within the early 19th century as Arcadian idyll in Cobbett, because the land to die for in conflict propaganda, and as nostalgia for a unified, natural English tradition in Lawrence, Morton and Priestley’s shuttle writing, but in addition within the Shell vacationer publications to motoring in rural England; English moorland; the sacred geographies of monuments in Hardy and others; the conventional beach deconstructed in Martin Parr’s images, and the ocean as English Victorian imperial territory and its symbolic breezes in Froude’s shuttle writing. The English panorama can also be a paradigm for the outline of different locations in D. H. Lawrence’s shuttle writing or for the colonial territory itself in Rushdie’s writing India, a displacement of alternative landscapes. This choice of papers examines the idea that structures of rural England give you the foundation for an knowing of Englishness. Contents: The Spatial Practices sequence Notes on members Robert BURDEN: advent: Englishness and Spatial Practices conception Chris THURGAR-DAWSON: Negotiating Englishness: Choropoetics, Reciprocal Spatial Realities and Holistic Spatial Semantics in William Renton’s ‘The Fork of the line’ (1876) Christoph SCHUBERT: The Vertical Axis in panorama Description: gildings of the picture Schemas UP and DOWN nineteenth Century and prior to Ralph PORDZIK: England’s household Others: The vacationer building of Agriculture and panorama in William Cobbett’s Rural Rides (1830) Patrick PARRINDER: personality, id, and Nationality within the English Novel Bernhard KLEIN: “The ordinary domestic of Englishmen”: Froude’s Oceana and the Writing of the ocean Silvia MERGENTHAL: “The structure of the Devil”: Stonehenge, Englishness, English Fiction twentieth Century Robert BURDEN: domestic techniques from overseas: Cultural distinction and the Critique of Modernity in D. H. Lawrence’s Twilight in Italy (1916) and different trip Writing Ben KNIGHTS: looking for England: Travelogue and state among the Wars Stephan KOHL: Rural England: An Invention of the Motor Industries? Christine BERBERICH: This eco-friendly and delightful Land: Cultural structures of Englishness modern Merle TÖNNIES: Foregrounding Boundary Zones: Martin Parr’s Photographic (De-) structures of Englishness Ruth HELYER: “England as a natural, white Palladian mansion set upon a hill above a silver winding river”: Fiction’s replacement Histories
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Landscape and Englishness (Spatial Practices 1) (Spatial Practices: An Interdisciplinary Series Cultural Hist) by Robert Burden; Stephan Kohl (Eds.)