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by Clare A. Simmons

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  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Clare A. Simmons
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rutgers Univ Pr; First Edition edition (October 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 258 pages
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Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies Faculty Author of Reversing the Conquest: History and Myth in Nineteenth-Century British Literature, Eyes Across the Channel: French Revolutions, Party History, and British Writing 1830-1882, Popular Medievalism in Romantic-Era Britain, and papers and articles on nineteenth-century British literature and medievalism.

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Simmons, Clare A. Reversing the Conquest: History and Myth in Nineteenth-century British Literature. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1990. Works cited in the introduction. Mississippi Writings. New York: Literary Classics of the United States: Library of America, 1982.

Conquest : History and Myth in Nineteenth-Century British Literature. Criticism & Theory Europe History & Criticism Literary Criticism Literary Criticism & Collections Literature & Fiction Modern (16th-21st Centuries) Wales. More by Clare A. Simmons

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Clare A. Simmons, Reversing the Conquest: History and Myth in Nineteenth-Century British Literature (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1990), 22. The linguistic study of earlier forms of English was already well established by the time Hickes published his Thesaurus. John Joscelyn had already produced an (unpublished) Anglo-Saxon grammar and dictionary by the end of the sixteenth century. The grammar is now lost, but the dictionary is British Library MSS Cotton Titus A. xv and A. xvi.

Reversing the Conquest: History and Myth in Nineteenth-Century British Literature. by Clare A. Simmons (pp. 396-399).

38 Simmons, Clare . Reversing the Conquest: History and Myth in Nineteenth-Century British Literature (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1990): 85. 39 Simmons, Reversing the Conquest, 75–76. 40 One could also note Sullivan's possible homage to operatic history in that it is Grétry's Richard Coeur-de-Lion (1784) that features the first clear use of a reminiscence theme in an opera – the romance ‘Une fièvre brûlante’, which appears nine times across its three acts – a technique that would be developed most famously in Wagner's Leitmotiv.

Clare A. Simmons, Reversing the Conquest: Saxons and Normans in Nineteenth-Century British literature(University of Southern California), 1988. " Without the Normans, Thomas Carlyle demanded, what would it (England) have been? 'A gluttonous race of Jutes and Angles capable of no grand combinations, lumbering about in pot-bellied equanimity;not dreaming of heroic toil and silence and endurance such as leads to the high places of the Universe'. David McKie, McKie's Gazetteer: A Local History of Britain.

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