>From: "SANDRO JUNG" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: CFP: Form and Genre in the Literature
>of the Long Eighteenth Century (10/1/06;
>Collection: Form and Genre in the Literature of
>the Long Eighteenth Century, 1660-1830
> Articles (6000-7000, including notes) are
>invited for a collection on form and genre in
>the literature of the long eighteenth century.
>While the novel has traditionally received
>sustained critical analysis, non-fictional prose
>and poetic genres have usually been neglected.
>It is hoped that a wide variety of genres and
>(poetic) forms will be explored. Papers that
>deal with hybridisation of genres are especially
>welcome. Also, contextualisations of genres such
>as the ode in European terms are encouraged.
> Please submit abstracts (300-500 words) by 1
>October 2006. Notification of whether your
>abstract has been selected for inclusion will be
>given by the end of October, with final
>submission of completed articles on 1 July 2007.
> Please send your abstract as in-text email or
>Word / RTF attachment to Dr Sandro Jung at
>Sandro.Jung ñ at ñ btinternet.com
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