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REFORM, SYMPATHY References and Suggested Reading 38 Burwick, Frederick. ” Playing to the Crowd: London Popular Theatre, 1780–1830. New York: Palgrave, 2011. Chatterjee, Ranita. ” In Encyclopedia of Romanticism, edited by Frederick Burwick, Nancy Goslee, and Diane Hoeveler. 3 volumes. Oxford: Blackwell, 2012. 1:228–235. Jackson, Mary. Engines of Instruction, Mischief, and Magic. Children’s Literature from its Beginning to 1839. Lincoln: University of Nebraska, 1989. Lerer, Seth. Children’s Literature: A Reader’s History.
But the imagination may be engaged purely for the purpose of pleasure. This is a pleasure which is derived from intellectual interest, to be distinguished from that sort of pleasure aroused by sensation and feeling. In all acts of aesthetic judgment, reason acts independently of sensual response. Kant asks, then, how a beautiful murder, rape, sickness, or death might be possible (Critique of Judgment, §48). What in nature would be ugly or displeasing can be contemplated as beautiful in art. Whereas Rubens’ Rape of the Daughters of Leucippus (1619) or David’s Death of Marat (1793) might succeed in aestheticizing violence, other images may reflect such a strong sense of the original ugliness, Kant acknowledges, that they would excite disgust and thus destroy any possibility of aesthetic satisfaction.
Romantic Literature and Postcolonial Studies. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, 2013. D’Ezio, Marianna. 1780–1947, edited by Shafquat Towheed, 11–39. Stuttgart: Ibidem, 2007. Drew, John. India and the Romantic Imagination. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1987. Franklin, Michael. Orientalist Jones.