BeschreibungLITERATURE, CRITICISM, MEMOIRS, LETTERS / SCANDINAVIAN / NORDIC
InhaltsverzeichnisPart 1 Vikings and Victorians: Samuel Laing, "Heimskringla" and the Victorian "Berserker School", Andrew Wawn; Carlyle and Odin, Anne Varty; "Twilight of the Heroes" - Old Norse influence in Longfellow's poetry, Erik Kielland-Lund; Dame Bertha Phillpotts and the search for ancient Scandanavian drama, Terry Gunnell; William Morris, Gustav Storm and Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Rory McTurk. Part 2 The Ibsen phenomenon and the 1890s: Ibsen's first prophet to English readers, Edmund Gosse; naturalism in the theatre - Ibsen's "Ghosts", Sara Jan; Ibsen and actresses on the English stage, Gail Marshall; "Too far from Piccadilly" - Ibsen in England and France; Duse and Ibsen in the 1890s, Gail Marshall; "Cheerfully dark" - Punchian parodies of Ibsen in the early 1890s, Tore Rem; constructions of the artist - Dowson, Ibsen and the fin de siecle, Sven-Johan Spanberg; psychic naturalism - Edvard Munch and Arthur Symons in 1892, Simon Jessop. Part 3 Narrative cross-currents: Ibsen's stories in Joyce's "Dubliners", Bjorn Tysdahl; James Joyce between Ibsen and Bjornson - "A Portrait of the Artist" and "The Fisher Lass"; Dickens, Ibsen and cross-currents, Inga-Stina Ewbank. Part 4 Cross-cultural images: literary culture on the margin - Ethel Tweedie's travels in Norway, Anka Ryall; rival images - views of Britain in 19th-century Norwegian writing, Olav Lausund; Brighton welcomes Norwegian artists, 1913, Einar Bjorvand.
Untertitel: 'Norvik Press Series A'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: NORVIK PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2003
Seitenanzahl: 348 Seiten