The emergence of mind : representations of consciousness in narrative discourse in English / edited by David Herman.

An anthology that traces the representation of consciousness and mind creation in English literature from 700 to the present.

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Other Authors: Herman, David, 1962-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2011.
Series:Frontiers of narrative.
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Table of Contents:
  • Representing minds in Old and Middle English narrative. 700-1050: embodiment, metaphor, and the mind in Old English narrative / Leslie Lockett
  • Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century minds. 1050-1500: through a glass darkly; or, the emergence of mind in Medieval narrative / Monika Fludernik
  • 1500-1620: reading, consciousness, and romance in the sixteenth century / F. Elizabeth Hart
  • 1620-1700: mind on the move / Elizabeth Bradburn
  • Contexts for consciousness in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. 1700-1775: theory of mind, social hierarchy, and the emergence of narrative subjectivity / Lisa Zunshine
  • 1775-1825: affective landscapes and romantic consciousness / David Vallins
  • 1825-1880: the network of nerves / Nicholas Dames
  • Remodeling the mind in modernist and postmodernist narrative. 1880-1945: re-minding modernism / David Herman
  • 1945-: ontologies of consciousness / Alan Palmer.