Routledge (2003)

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Justin Dominic Clemens
University of Melbourne
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Justin Clemens presents a valuable study of the links between Romanticism and contemporary theory. The central contention of this book is that contemporary theory is still essentially Romantic - despite all its declarations to the contrary, and despite all its attempts to elude or exceed the limits bequeathed it by Romantic thought. This study will be of interest to literary theorists, philosophers, political theorists, and cultural studies scholars.
Keywords Romanticism   Theory   Literature
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