Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature - 4. Naturalism in England
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Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature - 4. Naturalism in England

By Georg Brandes
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  • MAIN CURRENTS IN NINETEEN CENTURY LITERATURE
  • BY
  • GEORGE BRANDES
    • IN SIX VOLUMES
  • NATURALISM IN ENGLAND
    • CONTENTS
      • INTRODUCTION
    • INTRODUCTION
    • NATURALISM IN ENGLAND
      • I
      • UNIVERSAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PERIOD
      • II
      • NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS
      • III
      • THE POLITICAL BACKGROUND
      • IV
      • THE BEGINNINGS OF NATURALISM
      • V
      • STRENGTH AND SINCERITY OF THE LOVE OF NATURE
      • VI
      • RURAL LIFE AND ITS POETRY
      • VII
      • NATURALISTIC ROMANTICISM
      • VIII
      • THE LAKE SCHOOL'S CONCEPTION OF LIBERTY
      • IX
      • THE LAKE SCHOOL'S ORIENTAL ROMANTICISM
      • X
      • HISTORICAL NATURALISM
      • XI
      • ALL-EMBRACING SENSUOUSNESS
      • XII
      • THE POETRY OF IRISH OPPOSITION AND REVOLT
      • XIII
      • EROTIC LYRIC POETRY
      • XIV
      • THE BRITISH SPIRIT OF FREEDOM
      • XV
      • REPUBLICAN HUMANISM
      • XVI
      • RADICAL NATURALISM
      • XVII
      • BYRON: THE PASSIONATE PERSONALITY
      • XVIII
      • BYRON: THE PASSIONATE PERSONALITY—(Continued)
      • XIX
      • BYRON: HIS SELF-ABSORPTION
      • XX
      • BYRON: THE REVOLUTIONARY SPIRIT
      • XXI
      • COMIC AND TRAGIC REALISM
      • XXII
      • CULMINATION OF NATURALISM
      • XXXIII
      • BYRON'S DEATH
      • XXIV
      • CONCLUSION
      • THE END
      • MAIN CURRENTS IN
      • NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE
      • In Six Vols, illustrated
      • I. THE EMIGRANT LITERATURE.
      • II. THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL IN GERMANY.
      • III. THE REACTION IN FRANCE.
      • IV. NATURALISM IN ENGLAND.
      • V. THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL IN FRANCE.
      • VI. YOUNG GERMANY.
    • I
    • UNIVERSAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PERIOD
    • II
    • NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS
    • III
    • THE POLITICAL BACKGROUND
    • IV
    • THE BEGINNINGS OF NATURALISM
    • V
    • STRENGTH AND SINCERITY OF THE LOVE OF NATURE
    • VI
    • RURAL LIFE AND ITS POETRY
    • VII
    • NATURALISTIC ROMANTICISM
    • VIII
    • THE LAKE SCHOOL'S CONCEPTION OF LIBERTY
    • IX
    • THE LAKE SCHOOL'S ORIENTAL ROMANTICISM
    • X
    • HISTORICAL NATURALISM
    • XI
    • ALL-EMBRACING SENSUOUSNESS
    • XII
    • THE POETRY OF IRISH OPPOSITION AND REVOLT
    • XIII
    • EROTIC LYRIC POETRY
    • XIV
    • THE BRITISH SPIRIT OF FREEDOM
    • XV
    • REPUBLICAN HUMANISM
    • XVI
    • RADICAL NATURALISM
    • XVII
    • BYRON: THE PASSIONATE PERSONALITY
    • XVIII
    • BYRON: THE PASSIONATE PERSONALITY—(Continued)
    • XIX
    • BYRON: HIS SELF-ABSORPTION
    • XX
    • BYRON: THE REVOLUTIONARY SPIRIT
    • XXI
    • COMIC AND TRAGIC REALISM
    • XXII
    • CULMINATION OF NATURALISM
    • XXXIII
    • BYRON'S DEATH
    • XXIV
    • CONCLUSION
    • THE END
    • MAIN CURRENTS IN
    • NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE
    • In Six Vols, illustrated
    • I. THE EMIGRANT LITERATURE.
    • II. THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL IN GERMANY.
    • III. THE REACTION IN FRANCE.
    • IV. NATURALISM IN ENGLAND.
    • V. THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL IN FRANCE.
    • VI. YOUNG GERMANY.
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