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Afterlives of Romantic Intermediality

The Intersection of Visual, Aural, and Verbal Frontiers
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Leena Eilittä
Lexington Books
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Leena H. EilittäLoss of Presentiveness-and Poetical Explanations: Linguistic Iconicity in Poetry by Tieck and Eichendorff
Norman Kasper
Externalizing the Picture Frame: Keats's Negative Capability and the Uses of Ekphrasis
Klara Franz
"Meteoric and Solar light": Visuality as Formal Principle in Franz Liszt¿s The Battle of the Huns
Arne Stollberg
Mediality and Intermediality in Friedrich Schlegel's Early Romantic Thought
Asko Nivala
Aesthetic Unity and the Politics of Sameness in Clemens Brentano's Theoretical Writings Mattias Pirholt
Antonio J. Jimenez-Munoz
Sabine Müller
Martina Moeller
Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen as a Post-Romantic Response to Wilhelm Müller's Winterreise and Die schöne Müllerin
Tobias Hermans
Paragone of Bauhaus
Karl Schawelka
Spanish American Modernista Travel Texts
Jacinto Fombona
James Cisneros
About the Editors and Contributors
Afterlives of Romantic Intermediality addresses the manifold, even global artistic developments that were initiated by European Romantics. In the first section, the contributors show how the rising perspective of intermediality was discussed in philosophical terms and adapted itself to Romantic literature and music. In the second section, the contributors show how post-Romantic writers, visual artists, and composers have engaged with Romantic heritage. By exploring primary works that range from European arts to Latin American literature, these essays focus on the interdisciplinary developments that have emerged in literature, music, painting, film, architecture, and video art. Overall, the contributions in this volume demonstrate that intermedial connections-or sometimes the conscious lack of such connections-embody intriguing aspects of modernity and postmodernity.