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British State RomanticismAuthorship, Agency, and Bureaucratic Nationalism$

Anne Frey

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agency, individual, 3–5, 8–9, 14–16, 19, 56, 84, 89–91, 96, 108–9, 148, 156, 161;
Foucault on, 4, 59–60. See also authorship; novels; pastoral agents; poet
Althusser, Louis, 13, 33, 170n34, 174n26, 190n11
Anderson, Benedict, 10, 12, 119, 143
Anglican Church, 183n59;
in Coleridge, 3, 17, 22–23, 28–31, 40–41, 135n37;
in Wordsworth, 3, 15, 17–18, 56–61, 63–64, 67–82, 85, 87, 92, 179n23, 181n41, 182n53
Arendt, Hannah, 143
Armstrong, Charles, 171n1
Arnold, Matthew, 3, 29
Associationism, Coleridge's critique of, 175n36
Auerbach, Nina, 190n5, 191n17
Austen, Jane, 14, 16, 17, 18–19, 116–39, 144. Works: Mansfield Park, 189 n.2, 191n22, 195n47;
Northanger Abbey, 127, 190n10;
Persuasion, 2, 18–19, 116–39;
Pride and Prejudice, 193n32
Austin, Carolyn, 107, 188nn26, 28
authorship, claims for, 3–5, 13–15, 143–46, 151, 158–63. See also novels; poet; women writers
Bainbridge, Simon, 43, 176n40, 180n29
ballad form, in Scott, 92, 110–13
Barrell, John, 152
Barth, J. Robert, 176n47
Bayly, C. A., 2, 165nn1, 3, 166nn5, 6, 168n19, 196n6
Beaumont, Sir George, 67
Beer, John, 176n40, 178–79n17
Beiderwell, Bruce, 100, 187n21
Bell, Andrew, 5
Bentham, Jeremy, 168n20
Bewell, Alan, 179n17
Bialostosky, Don H., 178n17
Bloom, Harold, 166n9
Bowen, Peter, 192n25, 193n30
Breuilly, John, 169n28
Brewer, John, 168n17, 192n22
Brockliss, Laurence, 11, 170n31
Brown, Lee Rust, 171n1
Buchanan, Claudius, 116
Burchell, Graham, 178n13
bureaucracy, 2, 5–7, 13, 17;
in Austen, 124–25, 135–39;
in Coleridge, 23–24, 28, 31, 40, 44, 46;
in De Quincey, 142, 146;
in nineteenthcentury British government, 2, 168n20, 191n22
Burgess, Miranda, 117, 127
Burke, Edmund, 26, 65, 66, 71, 119, 122, 180n32, 194n39
Butler, Marilyn, 122, 176n42, 191n19
Byron, George Gordon, Lord, 15, 110, 171n42
Cannadine, David, 192n22
Canuel, Mark, 33, 172n7, 174n27, 182nn48, 52
Catholicism: Coleridge's opinions on, 39, 175n34, 175n35, 175n37;
Wordsworth's opinions on, 67–70, 73–74, 181n38, 182n47, 182–83n53
“Catholic question,” 5, 67–68, 120;
Coleridge on, 22, 175n34
Chadwick, Edwin, 168n20
Chandler, James, 180n32, 186n11, 187nn19, 20
Chartism, 140
Christensen, Jerome, 90, 102, 171n1, 172n5, 174n26, 186n9, 187n22, 191n18
civil society, 2, 4, 9, 60, 108, 169n45
Clark, Lorrie, 193n37
Clarkson, Thomas, 116
Clej, Alina, 140, 196n3
(p.200) clerisy, 30–31, 36, 173nn16, 18, 19
Cohen, Monica, 127, 192n24
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 2, 3, 5, 10, 13, 17, 21–53, 88, 92, 106, 140, 147, 171n40, 179n22, 193n32, 195n1. Works: Aids on Reflection, 21;
Biographia Literaria, 35, 41, 85172nn5, 8;
“Christabel,” 21, 42, 44–46;
“Destiny of Nations,” 22;
“France: An Ode,” 23;
The Friend, 25;
“Hibern-Anglus's Discovery,” 35;
“Ireland,” 39;
“Kubla Khan,” 14, 21, 42–45, 176n39;
Lectures on European Drama, 25–26;
Lectures on Shakespeare and Milton, 24, 25–26, 147;
“Letters to Mr. Justice Fletcher,” 22, 26–28, 38–41, 47–51;
Marginalia, 21;
On the Constitution of Church and State, 2, 22, 28–33, 36–39;
“The Picture, or the Lover's Resolution,” 43–44;
The Statesman's Manual, 32;
Table Talk, 21, 31–34, 51–52;
“The Tears of a Grateful People,” 33–34
Colley, Linda, 10–11, 12, 32, 119, 142–43, 167n15, 170nn29, 30, 185n7, 192n22
Colmer, John, 38, 174n21
Connell, Phillip, 172n5, 182n49
Cookson, John E., 165n2, 166n6, 170n30
Cromwell, Oliver, Wordworth's opinions on, 68
Cronin, Richard, 166–67n10, 171nn42, 43, 189n35
Crowther, Paul, 193n35
Curran, Stuart, 180n31
Daiches, David, 186n10
Dandeker, Christopher, 192n22
Daunton, M. J., 194nn44, 45
Davis, Leith, 189n37
De Man, Paul, 35, 174nn23, 29
De Quincey, Thomas, 15, 19, 140–63;
relationship with Wordsworth, 140–42, 145, 195n1, 197n14. Works: Confessions of an English Opium Eater, 141–42, 144, 157, 160, 161–63, 196n14, 197n18;
The English Mail-Coach, 2, 17, 140–63;
“Toryism, Whiggism, and Radicalism,” 151–52;
“Travelling in England in the Old Days,” 146–49
Deresiewicz, William, 193n29, 195n48
Dickens, Charles, 5, 140
dissent, religious, 68
Duncan, Ian, 108–9, 189n34
Eagles, Robin, 170n30
Easterlin, Nancy, 77, 179n23
Eastwood, David, 7, 11, 165n2, 166n8, 168n19, 170n31
Edwards, Pamela, 172n5
Empire, British, 2, 5, 13, 117, 119, 120;
Austen on, 137, 195n47;
Coleridge on, 34–36;
De Quincey on, 148, 150, 152;
in Scott, 188n32;
Wordsworth on, 72, 181n36. See also nation, vs. empire
Englishness, vs. Britishness: in Austen, 19, 119;
in De Quincey, 142–43, 150–51
Erdman, David, 36, 51, 176nn45, 46
Erickson, Lee, 179n20, 189n2
essay form, in De Quincey, 160–61, 163
Established Church, Irish rejection of, 22, 41, 46, 135n37. See also Anglican Church
Faber, William, 182n53
factory acts, 140
fancy, 63, 184n65;
Coleridge's definition of, 85;
Wordsworth's redefinition of, 85–86, 184nn66, 67
Favret, Mary, 197n17
Ferguson, Frances, 130, 193n30
Ferris, Ina, 120, 171n46, 185n4
Finch, Casey, 192n25, 193n30
Finer, S. E., 168n20
Fletcher, William, 47–50
Foucault, Michel, 4, 6–9, 11–12, 18, 26, 58–60, 70, 89–90, 167n13, 168nn18, 21, 169n22, 169n23, 169n25, 178nn11, 13, 182n46;
early vs. late work of, 59–60. See also agency, individual; governmentality; liberalism; pastoral state. Works: The Birth of Biopolitics, 8–9, 58, 169n22, 182n46, 188n30;
The Birth of the Clinic, 168n18;
Discipline and Punish, 59, 168n18;
“Governmentality,” 6–7, 58, 167n13;
The History of Sexuality, 59;
Omnes et Singulatim,” 6, 58, 167n13;
Security, Territory, Population, 58–59, 169n23;
Society Must Be Defended, 170n32;
“The Subject and Power,” 58–60, 167n13, 168n21
fragment form, in Coleridge, 17, 21–22, 42–46, 171n1
Fraiman, Susan, 194n46
free indirect discourse, in Austen, 129–30, 195n49
French Revolution, 170n40
Fulford, Tim, 190n6
Galperin, William, 77, 183n57, 189n3
Gambles, Anna, 165n3
(p.201) Gates, Barbara, 183n54
Gill, Stephen, 67, 181nn38, 41, 182n44, 183n53, 196n5
Gilmartin, Kevin, 167nn14, 16, 171n40
Givens, Terry L., 193n35
Glorious Revolution, 50, 57, 71–72
Goodland, Lauren M. E., 167n13, 168n20, 178n11, 182n45, 183n58
Gordon, Colin, 9, 168n18, 169n24, 178n13
Gordon, Jan, 192n25
government, central vs. local and voluntary, 1–2, 7;
definition of, 6–7. See also governmentality: Michel Foucault
governmentality: Michel Foucault on, 4, 6–9, 58–59, 89–90, 167n13, 168n21;
Scott's model of, 90–92, 105–8;
Wordsworth's model of, 57–58, 60, 65, 81–82. See also liberalism; pastoral state
Gray, Thomas, 111
Habermas, Jürgen, 16
Halmi, Nicholas, 176–77n47
Hamilton, Paul, 190n12
Haney, David, 173n13
Hartley, David, 172n5, 175n36
Hartman, Geoffrey, 86–87, 166n9
Harvie, Christopher, 185n7
Haydon, Benjamin, 54–56
Hazlitt, William, 166n9, 172n9
Hemans, Felicia, 15, 16. Works: “Casabianca,” 15
Hess, Jonathan M., 184n69
Hewitt, Regina, 177n7
Hobsbawm, Eric, 10, 169n28
Hutchinson, Mary, 62
Hutchinson, Sara, 62
Imagination, 133;
Austen on, 120–21, 133, 136–37;
in Coleridge, 21, 23, 42, 57, 175n31, 172n8, 175n31, 176n47;
in De Quincey, 144, 149, 196–7n14;
and nation, 10, 169nn27, 28;
reduction of high Romantic claims for, 2–4, 14–15, 57;
Wordsworth's revision of, 17, 57, 63–64, 84–87
Insurrection Acts, 47
Ireland, relationship with Britain, 2, 5, 10, 119–20, 142, 166n6;
Coleridge on, 17, 22–24, 38–42, 46, 47–53, 175n34
irony, Coleridge's use of, 48–50, 174n23, 177n48
Jacobite rebellion, Scott's portrayal of, 98–100, 187n20
Jagoe, Eva-Lynn Alicia, 157, 197nn17, 20
Jeffrey, Francis, 55–56
Johnson, Claudia, 191n17
Johnson, Lee M., 184n62
Jones, Vivien, 189n3
Jordan, John O., 179n21
Joyce, Patrick, 182n45
Kaiser, David Aram, 35, 167n12, 173n17, 174n25, 175n32
Kant, Immanuel, 3, 24, 130, 133–34, 172n5, 175n36
Keats, John, 54–55
Kelly, Gary, 171n45
Kerr, Walter, 187n20
Kingston, John, 54–55
Kittler, Friedrich, 146
Klancher, Jon, 167n16, 173n18, 179n21
Knapp, Stephen, 173n11, 178n17
Knights, Ben, 173n18
Kohler, Michael, 171n41
Kooy, John Michael, 31, 173n19
laissez-fare, 1, 90, 102, 165n3
Lamb, Charles, 54
Landon, Letitia, 15, 16
Langan, Celeste, 178n17
Larson, Margali Safarti, 191n20
law: English vs. Scottish, 90, 93–94, 186n10;
common law, Scott's critique of, 18, 94–95, 97, 112–13;
statutory law, Scott's critique of, 18, 91, 94, 95–97, 112–13, 186n14
Leask, Nigel, 31, 35, 172n8, 173n19
Lee, Yoon Sun, 174n23, 177n48
Levinson, Marjorie, 43, 45, 176n44
liberalism, 4, 182n45;
Coleridge and, 172n5;
vs. communitarianism, 60;
Foucault on, 7–9, 58–60, 169nn22, 23;
in Scott, 100–101, 108;
in Wordsworth, 60, 65, 81
liberty, British tradition of, 9, 11, 142;
Wordsworth's definition of, 57, 60, 65–74, 87, 182n45
Liu, Alan, 63, 180n31
Lloyd, David, 166n7, 167n12, 173n17, 179n22
Lonsdale (Sir James Lowther), Lord, 66, 181n34
Lukács, Georg, 89
Lyotard, Jean-François, 193n35
Macdonagh, Oliver, 168n20
Mahoney, John L., 166n9
Makdisi, Saree, 185n8, 188n32
(p.202) Manning, Peter, 64, 68, 166n9
Mazzaro, Jerome, 184n70
McDonagh, Josephine, 186–87n16, 196n3
McGann, Jerome, 167n11
McMaster, Graham, 186n10
Mee, John, 173n16
Mellor, Anne, 117, 171n44, 194n41
Miller, D. A., 129–30, 190n5, 193n31
Monkhouse, Thomas, 54
Moorman, Mary, 177n3, 177n4, 177n6, 181n34
Moretti, Franco, 190n10
Murphy, Peter, 189n37
Nairn, Tom, 165n1, 170n30
Napoleonic Wars, 1–3, 165n1, 166n6, 194n45;
aftermath of, 5, 62, 67–68, 120, 142, 170n37;
Austen on, 117, 136, 194n40;
British navy during, 191–92n22, 192n23;
De Quincey on, 19, 140, 144–46, 152, 154, 158, 160;
Wordsworth's poems on, 65–66, 170n37
nation: vs. empire, 13, 143;
as imperial, in De Quincey, 142–43, 145–46, 150–51
nation-formation, 9–12, 17–19;
Austen on, 118, 119–21, 130, 131, 133–37;
Coleridge on, 22–34, 37, 46;
De Quincey on, 142–44,;
and guilt, in De Quincey, 144, 157, 161;
role of the state in, 4, 6, 9–13;
Scott on, 90–91, 105–9, 114–15;
Wordsworth on, 60, 63, 65–69, 72–73, 87
national identity, 6, 9–10, 12, 17, 19, 148;
in Coleridge, 21–23, 28, 32–33, 38, 41, 43, 46, 50–51;
in De Quincey, 142–59, 161;
vs. personal identity, in De Quincey, 152–57, 159, 163;
in Scott, 88, 108, 109, 188n26;
in Wordsworth, 57, 64, 65–66, 72–73, 76. See also Ireland; Scotland
nationalism: theories of, 10–12, 142–43, 169nn27, 28, 170n30, 177n4;
Austen on, 117, 119, 122, 135;
De Quincey on, 142–43, 157–60;
Irish nationalism, Coleridge on, 40–41
navy: Austen on, 19, 117–19, 121–26, 129, 135–36, 138, 189n3, 190n11, 190–91n13, 191n21, 191–92n22, 192n23, 195n49;
during Napoleonic Wars, 191–92n22, 192n23
Nelson, Horatio, Lord, 162–63
Nemoianu, Virgil, 14, 166–67n10, 170n39
Newman, Gerald, 190n13
novels, agency of: in Austen, 120–21, 127–30, 192–93n28;
in Scott, 89, 92, 109–10, 113–15
Orangemen, 176n46;
Coleridge on, 47–51
organic form: Austen's critique of, 119–22, 129–30, 191n14, 193n32, 195n49;
Coleridge on, 17, 21–28, 32–39, 42–46, 50–53, 147, 174n23, 175n31, 177n48;
De Quincey on, 141, 147–49, 196n13
Oxford movement, 182n44
Padfield, Peter, 191n22
Park, You-me, 195n46
Pasley, Charles William, 116–17, 189n3
pastoral agents: in Austen, 137;
novelist as, in Scott, 90–91, 103, 110–15;
pastor as model of state power, in Wordsworth, 80–83;
poet as, in Wordsworth, 60–64;
in Scott, 88–115
pastoral state: Michel Foucault on, 7–9, 58–60, 89–90, 178n11;
Scott and, 18, 87, 90–92, 96, 100–102, 105–9;
Wordsworth and, 18, 58, 60, 63, 70–71, 81–82, 87
Patton, Robert L., 179n21
Perkin, Harold, 191n20
Perkins, David, 177n49
Perry, Seamus, 173n11, 176n39
Peterloo Massacre, potential influence on Wordsworth, 67
Pfau, Thomas, 170n37, 178n14, 192n27
picturesque, Austen's revision to, 131–32
Pinch, Adela, 190n5, 193n29, 194n41
Plotz, John, 196n13
poet, role of: in Scott, 110–11;
in Wordsworth, 13–14, 61–64, 78–87, 128. See also ballad form
Poor Laws (1834), 1
Poovey, Mary, 168n20, 183n59
Prickett, Stephen, 29, 173nn15, 18
professions, 31, 188n24;
in Austen, 16, 19, 120–21, 124–39, 192n24;
vs. non-professionals, in Scott, 91–92, 103–5
public vs. private identity, 7, 97, 101, 125, 135, 162, 187n17. See also civil society; national identity, vs. personal identity
ublic sphere, 14, 16, 135, 170–71n40. See also reading public
Punter, David, 193n36
Radcliffe, Ann, 141
Ragan, Rajeswari Sunder, 195n46
reading public, 5, 13, 62, 97, 158–60, 170n37, 179n21
Reading, W. J., 191nn20, 22
Redfield, Marc, 12, 166n7, 167n12, 169n27, 170n33
(p.203) Reed, Arden, 157
reform movements, 5
Ricardo, David, De Quincey's use of, 141, 196n3
Richards, Eric, 185n7
Richardson, Samuel, 128
Rieder, John, 179n19
Roberts, Daniel Sanjiv, 195n1
Robinson, Jeffrey C., 184n65
romance: in Austen, 117, 120;
in Scott, 109–10
Romanticism: Austen and, 137–39, 195n48;
De Quincey and, 140;
late Romanticism vs. high Romanticism, 2, 3–4, 12, 14–15, 78, 166–67n10;
late Romanticism vs. Victorian period, 3, 5–6. See also State Romanticism
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 24, 169n28
Russell, Anthony P., 193n35
Russett, Margaret, 141, 195n2, 196n5
Ryan, Robert, 181n41
Rylestone, Anne L., 178n8
Rzepka, Charles, 127, 140, 197n15
Sabine, B. E. V., 194nn42, 43
Said, Edward, 189n2, 194n46
Schlegel, August Wilhelm, 24, 147, 177n48
Schmidgen, Wolfram, 186nn8, 14
Schoenfield, Mark, 170n38, 178n14, 192n27
Scotland, position within Britain, 35–36, 45, 119, 142, 185n7;
and British law, in Scott, 18, 92–95, 98, 186n10;
Scott, Walter, 2, 5, 10, 14, 17, 18, 87, 88–115, 171n46, 174n26. Works: The Bride of Lammermoor, 96–97;
Chronicles of the Canongate, 187n18;
Harold the Dauntless, 110;
The Heart of Midlothian, 88–98, 102–15;
Marmion, 110;
Redgauntlet, 92, 98–102;
Waverley, 91, 109
Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky, 195n50
sensibility, Austen's rehabilitation of, 137–38, 195n49
Setzer, Sharon, 182n52
Shaffer, Elinor, 171n2, 173n14
Shaw, Phillip, 181n33, 182n50, 183n57
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 14, 15, 166n9, 171n42. Works: The Cenci, 15
Simmons, Claire A., 181n38
Simpson, David, 35, 175n31
Siskin, Clifford, 130, 137–38, 170–71n40, 183n57, 192n28, 195n48
Smith, Adam, 169n22, 187n23, 188n30;
“invisible hand,” 108
sonnet form, in Wordsworth, 86–87, 184–85n70
Southam, Brian, 192n23
Southey, Robert, 2, 4, 55, 83, 167n14. Works: “Thalaba the Destroyer,” 176n42
Spacks, Patricia Meyer, 192n25
Spiegelman, Willard, 178n17
State Romanticism, 3, 9, 12–16, 117, 137–39, 140. See also Romanticism
Stuart, Maaja A., 194n46
Sturges Bourne reforms, 7, 168n19
sublime: in the Anglican Church, 15;
Austen's revision of, 19, 120–21, 130–38, 193n37194nn38, 41;
in De Quincey, 15, 154;
in Kant, 130, 133–34;
nation as, 194n38;
in Wordsworth's Ecclesiastical Sonnets, 84;
Wordsworth's natural, 15, 133–34
Sussman, Charlotte, 95, 186n16, 188n27
Sutherland, John, 185n1, 186n12, 189nn35, 36
Sutherland, Kathryn, 188n23
symbol, 23, 31–35, 38, 46–51, 174n23, 174nn25, 29, 175n35, 176n47
Symonds, Deborah, 187n16
sympathy, in De Quincey, 19, 144, 146, 149, 154–55
synecdoche, and representation of nation, 120, 129, 174n23
Tanner, Tony, 191n17, 194n40
taxation, 1, 135–36, 194n45
Thane, Pat, 166n4, 168n17, 168nn19, 20
Thomas, Keith, 195n48
Thomas, Paul, 166n7, 167n12, 173n17, 179n22
Todd, Janet, 195n50
Trever-Roper, Hugh, 185n2, 188n32
Trumpener, Katie, 119, 189n2, 194n46
Tuite, Clara, 137–38, 193n32, 195n49
Union of Great Britain and Ireland, act of, 38–39, 120
United Irishmen, Coleridge on, 47–51
Walker, David M., 188n24
Walker, Helen, 186n12
Watson, Nicola, 195n50
Weber, Max, 13, 81, 170n35
Weinstein, Mark, 99, 187n19
Welsh, Alexander, 187n20
White, Deborah Elise, 177n48
Williams, Raymond, 167n12, 173n17
Wilt, Judith, 186n11, 187n17 and 20
women's social roles, in Austen, 126–28, 135
(p.204) women writers, and growth of state, 16
Woodring, Carl, 180n31
Wordsworth, William, 3, 5, 10, 13, 15, 17–18, 54–87, 88, 92, 106, 120, 127–28, 133–38, 140–42, 145, 166n9, 170nn37, 38, 182n44, 195n1, 197n14. See also De Quincey, relationship with Wordsworth. Works: The “discharged soldier,” 61–62;
Ecclesiastical Sketches and Ecclesiastical Sonnets, 2, 56–58, 60–64, 67–87, 128, 138;
“Essay Supplementary to the Preface” in 1815 Poems in Two Volumes, 62–63, 192n27;
The Excursion, 56, 181n41, 182n49;
“Home at Grasmere,” 62;
“Intimations Ode,” 78;
“Lines on the Expected Invasion,” 65, 180n30;
Lyrical Ballads, 61, 78;
Memorials of a Tour on the Continent, 83–84, 180n26;
“Michael,” 128;
“Nuns Fret Not at Their Convent's Narrow Rooms,” 87;
“Ode: 1815,” 73;
“A Parsonage in Oxfordshire,” 81–82;
Poems on the Naming of Places, 61;
Preface to Lyrical Ballads, 13, 61–62, 78, 127–28;
The Prelude, 61–62, 64, 77, 120, 141;
“Protest Against the Ballot,” 67;
“Postscript” (1835), 68;
Resolution and Independence, 61–62;
The River Duddon, 79;
Sonnets Dedicated to Liberty, 65–66, 79, 180n30;
“Sonnets upon the Punishment of Death,” 73;
“Tintern Abbey,” 78;
Two Addresses to the Freeholders of Westmoreland, 66–67