URORA LEIGH BY BARRETT BROWNING AS A LANDMARK OF VICTORIAN LITERATURE
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URORA LEIGH BY BARRETT BROWNING AS A LANDMARK OF VICTORIAN LITERATURE
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The article looks at the traditions of Romantic autobiography and the Victorian novel, which were picked up and rethought by Elizabeth Barrett Browning in Aurora Leigh (1856). We touch upon the Victorian agenda and characteristic features of the Victorian literature. Special attention is paid to literary epiphanies present in Aurora Leigh (in particular, Aurora's vision of Miriam and the moment of "double vision" in the finale), which offer a Victorian take on Wordsworth's "spots of time".
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artistic autobiography, professional poetess, Romantic and Victorian psychology of creativity, epiphanies, moments of “double vision”, “shared epiphanies”, E. Barrett Browning, Ch. Brontë, W. Wordsworth, V. Woolf
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01.11.2017
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