Некромантизм: Путешествие к мертвым. Westover P. 1750-1860 (на английском языке)

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Некромантизм: Путешествие к мертвым. Westover P. 1750-1860 (на английском языке)

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Некромантизм: Путешествие к мертвым. 1750-1860. Книга на английском языке

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Necromanticism: Travelling to Meet the Dead, 1750-1860.
Westover P.
Necromanticism is a study of literary pilgrimage: readers' compulsion to visit literary homes, landscapes, and (especially) graves during the long Romantic period. The book draws on the histories of tourism and literary genres to highlight Romanticism's recourse to the dead in its reading, writing, and canon-making practices.

Introduction: Traveling to Meet the Dead
On Ideal Presence
The Origins of Literary Tourism
William Godwin, Necro-Tourism, and the Empirical Afterlife of the Dead
Imaginary Pilgrimages: Felicia Hemans, Dead Poets, and Romantic Historiography
Interlude: Necromanticism and Romantic Authorship
The Transatlantic Invention of “English” Literary Heritage
Illustration, Historicism, and Travel: The Legacy of Sir Walter Scott
List of Illustrations
Cover: “Dryburgh Abbey,” from Landscape Illustrations of the
Novels of the Author of Waverley (2nd ed., vol. 1, London,
Tilt, 1833). Drawn by David Roberts, engraved by
J. Le Heux. Fine Arts Library, Indiana University.

5.1 “Washington Irving and His Literary Friends at Sunnyside”
(Moore McQueen & Co., 1864, based on Christian
Schussele’s 1863 painting of the same title). Mezzotint,
black ink on wove paper. Photographed by Howard Agriesti.
Reproduced by permission of Cleveland Public Library. 138

5.2 “Walter Scott and His Literary Friends at Abbotsford”
(engraving of 1849 Thomas Faed painting). Photographic
reproduction. Walter Scott Digital Archive. Edinburgh
University, Special Collections Department. 139

6.1 Frontispiece to Robert Chambers, Illustrations of the
Author of Waverley, Being Notices and Anecdotes
of Real Characters, Scenes, and Incidents, Supposed to
be Described in his Works (2nd ed., Edinburgh, 1825).
Wells Library, Indiana University. 150

6.2 “Room at Abbotsford,” from Landscape Illustrations of
the Novels of the Author of Waverley (2nd ed., vol. 1,
London, Tilt, 1833). Drawn by David Roberts, engraved by
E. [Edward] Finden. Fine Arts Library, Indiana University. 157

6.3 Engraving of Sir Walter Scott, Bart., in his Study, by William
Allan (1835). Reproduced in Clive Wainwright,
The Romantic Interior: The British Collector at Home
1750–1850 (New Haven, Yale UP, 1989), 178. 159

6.4 “Dryburgh Abbey,” from Landscape Illustrations of the Novels
of the Author of Waverley (2nd ed., vol. 1, London, Tilt,
1833). Drawn by David Roberts, engraved by J. Le Heux.
Fine Arts Library, Indiana University. 160

6.5 “The Tomb of Sir Walter Scott, in Dryburgh Abbey,” from
William Henry Fox Talbot, Sun Pictures in Scotland
(London, 1845). Metropolitan Museum of Art. 166
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Religious Pilgrimage and Literary Tourism

Literary tourists of the eighteenth century began using the word pilgrimage
to describe what they were doing, and by the early 1800s this usage had
become routine. This should not surprise us, because a religious idiom permeated
many sectors of Romantic literary culture, from the hagiographical
notes of literary biographies to effusions on literary “relics.” In describing
the history of literary tours, one almost inevitably turns to terms like pilgrim
and shrine. As Ian Ousby has observed, one learns to use such sacralized
language from literary travelers themselves, for it is “part of the common
language of literary tourism, heard everywhere in the older accounts ... and
still surviving even in the most up-to-date guidebooks”.
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  • Contents:
    List of Illustrations vi
    Acknowledgements vii
    Introduction: Traveling to Meet the Dead 1
    1 On Ideal Presence 17
    2 The Origins of Literary Tourism 31
    3 William Godwin, Necro-Tourism, and the Empirical
    Afterlife of the Dead 48
    4 Imaginary Pilgrimages: Felicia Hemans, Dead Poets,
    and Romantic Historiography 75
    Interlude: Necromanticism and Romantic Authorship 92
    5 The Transatlantic Invention of “English” Literary Heritage 106
    6 Illustration, Historicism, and Travel: The Legacy of
    Sir Walter Scott 142
    Notes 174
    Works Consulted 195
    Index 208
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