CONTENTS

 
   

Preface

9
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I. NEUPOKOYEVA, General Features of European Romanticism and
        the Originality of Its National Paths

11
I. SŐTÉR, Romanticism: Pre-History and Periodization 51
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A. ELISTRATOVA, Romantic Writers and the Classical Literary
        Heritage

91

M. SZENCZI, Imagination and Truth to Nature — Philosophical
        Foundations of Coleridge’s Literary Criticism

127

E. SAPRYKINA, Some Distinctive Features of the Romantic Theory
        of Drama

183
K. HORVÁTH, The Romantic Attitude to Nature 209
E. PULKHITUDOVA, Genres of the Romantic Poem in the 1830’s 273

L. SZIKLAY, The “Popular” Trend in the Romantic Literature of
        Some Central-European Nations

295

A. ELISTRATOVA, Epistolary Prose in the Romantic Period

347

L. GÁLDI, Lyrical Style in Neo-Latin Romantic Literatures — A
        Study in Comparative Stylistics

389
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K. PIGAREV, Romantic Poetry in Relation to Painting 475

I. BELZA, Romantic Literature and Music

503


SOURCE: European Romanticism, edited by István Sőtér and I[rina Grigor’evna] Neupokoyeva, translated by Éva Róna. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1977. 541 pp.


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