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Distrust of imagination in English neo-classicism ...

Donald Frederic Bond

Distrust of imagination in English neo-classicism ...

by Donald Frederic Bond

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Published in [Iowa City .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Classicism -- Great Britain.,
    • English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism,
    • English literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism,
    • Imagination

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNeo-classicism.
      Statementby Donald Frederic Bond ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR445 .B6 1934
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[1], 54-69 p.
      Number of Pages69
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6325230M
      LC Control Number35018889
      OCLC/WorldCa23621793

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This book proposes a new theory about the neo-classical style in music. The Danish emeritus professor Finn Egeland Hansen has chosen three different composers - the French Camille Saint-Saens and Charles Gounod, and the Danish Niels W. Gade - to discuss his thesis that the main classical-romantic current of the 19th century in fact represents two sub-currents.

But where medieval and Renaissance writers were influenced and inspired, the neoclassicists that definition, the first neoclassical English writer was the poet, playwright and proud classicist, Ben Jonson (–). Jonson’s poetry included imitations of the Roman poet Martial, and his plays were infused with the saeva indignatio (fierce anger) of the satirist Juvenal.

"Distrust" of Imagination in English Neo-Classicism The Tendency Toward Platonism in Neo-Classical Esthetics ‘Ambiguity breeds distrust and a loss of credibility.’ ‘As somebody once remarked, distrust of authority should be the first civic duty.’ ‘Overweening distrust of authority can lead to blindness as much as to liberation.’ ‘At the Distrust of imagination in English neo-classicism.

book he also saw deepening distrust and hostility among the races taking root.’. First published inReinventing Allegory asks how and why allegory has survived as a literary mode from the late Renaissance to the postmodern present.

Three chapters on Romanticism, including one on the painter J. Turner, present this era as the pivotal moment in allegory's modern survival. Other chapters describe larger historical and philosophical contexts, including classical. Azar Nafisi, 58, is an Iranian writer and professor of English lives in Washington DC and became an American citizen in In she quit her job as a.

Against Enthusiasm," SP, 30 (), ; and Donald F. Bond, "Distrust of Imagination in English Neo-Classicism," PQ, 14 (), An extreme de fense of Hobbes's view of the fancy as a precursor of Coleridge's imagination occurs in Clarence D.

Thorpe, The Aesthetic Theory of Thomas Hobbes (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Addison, Joseph, ‘Essays on the Pleasures of the Imagination’, The Spectator, numbers – (21 June — 3 July ).Reprinted Oxford: Clarendon Press, Google Scholar.

Bernard Bailyn, a Harvard scholar whose award-winning books on early American history reshaped the study of the origins of the American Revolution, died on.

The poets writing in the first years of the 20th century have commonly been discussed in isolation. This book considers together seven poets — Henry Newbolt, John Masefield, Thomas Hardy, Edward Thomas, A.

Housman, John Davidson, and Rupert Brooke — and argues that their work is worthy of more serious critical attention than it has previously received. Imagination - Imagination was emphasized over reason. - This was a backlash against the rationalism characterized by the Neoclassical period or Age of Reason.

- Imagination was considered necessary for creating all art. - British writer Samuel Taylor Coleridge called it intellectual intuition. Intuition. With his characteristic enthusiasm and erudition, Peter Ackroyd follows his acclaimed London: A Biography with an inspired look into the heart and the history of the English imagination.

To tell the story of its evolution, Ackroyd ranges across literature and painting, philosophy and science, architecture and music, from Anglo-Saxon times to the s: Neoclassical Criticism in English Literature - Characteristics - We know that Renaissance insisted on going back to classics.

In that way, neo-classicism can be seen as an extension of the Renaissance from the early seventeenth century to the mid-eighteenth century.

Print book: EnglishView all editions and --A note in defence of satire / Louis Bredvold --The structural design of the formal verse satire / Mary C. Randolph --Distrust of imagination in English neo-classicism / Donald F.

Bond --The tendency toward Platonism in neo-classical Distrust of imagination in English neo-classicism. When nominalism was revived in the 14th century by the English Franciscan, William of Occam, it gave evidence of a new tendency in thought, a distrust of abstractions and an impulse towards direct observation and inductive research, a tendency which had its fulfilment in.

Donald F. Bond, who concludes his famous article " ' Distrust' of Imagination in English Neo-Classicism" by observing: It is quite correct, then, to say that the neo-classical critics did see certain disadvantages in the uncontrolled imagination Yet.

most of the severe judgments have to do with the dangers of an. Owen Aldridge, "Akenside and Imagination," Studies in Philology, 42 (October ), ; Donald F. Bond, "The Distrust of the Imagination in English Neo- classicism," PQ, 14 (January ), ; Bond, "The Neo-Classical Psychology.

‘Era of militancy produced a distrust far more pervasive and lasting than the bloody events of ’: Authors Inderjit Singh Jaijee and Dona Suri In six chapters, the authors dig out minute details of how the state’s economy, politics, culture, and psychology have been impacted by Operation Blue Star, and its selective historicisation.

Introduction to Neoclassicism After the Renaissance--a period of exploration and expansiveness--came a reaction in the direction of order and restraint. Generally speaking, this reaction developed in France in the mid-seventeenth century and in England thirty years later; and it dominated European literature until the last part of the.

The most vital writers of my generation have been weaned from a puritanical distrust of imagination by her influence Scott Timberg Thu 21 May. Neo-Classical. 2) (deaths of Pope & Swift,) culmination of Neo-Classicism. 3) (death of Samuel Johnson, The Task by Wm.

Cowper) Neo-Classicism VS pre-Romanticism. part of European movement, esp. France. reaction against: intricacy & boldness, obscurity, extravagance.

of the late-Renaissance European. The author. Mihir Desai, Mizuho Financial Group professor of finance at Harvard Business School, was born in Mumbai, soon moved to Hong Kong but grew up, from the age of eight, in Madison, New believes that he “benefited enormously from these moves, as they provided for a great education, a solid American identity and a deep appreciation for what the rest of the world offers”.

For Decadent authors, Romanticism was a source of powerful imaginative revisionism, perversion, transition, and partial negation. But for all these strong Decadent reactions against the period, the cultural phenomenon of Decadence shared with Romanticism a mutual distrust of the philosophy of utilitarianism and the aesthetics of neo-Classicism.