Romantic Realism, Victorian Romance: Conjugations

1 University of Virginia. Herbert F. Tucker trained as a Romanticist, turned out to be a Victorianist, and tries unsteadily to see the 19th century whole in such books as Tennyson and the Doom of Romanticism (1988) and Epic: Britain's Heroic Muse 1790-1910 (corrected in paperback, 2012). He holds the John C. Coleman Chair in English at the University of Virginia, where also works editorially with New Literary History and the Victorian series of the University Press.


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