Études anglaises - N°2/2020

Keats’s Odes, 200 Years On

Études anglaises - N°2/2020
Études anglaises - N°2/2020

Sous la direction de : Caroline Bertonèche, Jeremy Elprin, Laurent Folliot

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Présentation

Articles

CAROLINE BERTONÈCHE
Préface. In memoriam : Stanley Plumly (1939-2019), lecteur de Keats

DAVID DUFF
The Romantic Ode and the Art of Brinkmanship

CHRISTIAN LA CASSAGNÈRE
On the Birth of the Keatsian Ode: In-scribing the Other

ORIANE MONTHÉARD
Negation and Poetic Capability in Keats’s Odes

DAVID LO
Lyric Embarrassment and the Phenomenology of Alterity in Keats’s Two Odes on Art

LAURE-HÉLÈNE ANTHONY-GERROLDT
Making Sense of Wilfred Owen’s Keatsian Heritage: “Exposure” and “Ode to a Nightingale”

JEREMY ELPRIN
On the Self-Enveloped Selflessness of Keats’s Last Great Ode


Étude critique

LAURENT FOLLIOT
Keats, les lieux et les formules

Consulter la table des matières

Articles

CAROLINE BERTONÈCHE
Préface. In memoriam : Stanley Plumly (1939-2019), lecteur de Keats

DAVID DUFF
The Romantic Ode and the Art of Brinkmanship

CHRISTIAN LA CASSAGNÈRE
On the Birth of the Keatsian Ode: In-scribing the Other

ORIANE MONTHÉARD
Negation and Poetic Capability in Keats’s Odes

DAVID LO
Lyric Embarrassment and the Phenomenology of Alterity in Keats’s Two Odes on Art

LAURE-HÉLÈNE ANTHONY-GERROLDT
Making Sense of Wilfred Owen’s Keatsian Heritage: “Exposure” and “Ode to a Nightingale”

JEREMY ELPRIN
On the Self-Enveloped Selflessness of Keats’s Last Great Ode


Étude critique

LAURENT FOLLIOT
Keats, les lieux et les formules

Notes on Contributors
Guidelines for Authors