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(p.213) Index

(p.213) Index

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Romantic Things
Publisher:
University of Chicago Press
Allen, Dr. Mathew, 16, 179n18
Altdorfer, Albrecht, 53–54, 53 fig. 2.5
Anderson, Katherine, 180n21
animals, 5, 7, 33, 66–69, 70–72, 75, 115, 144, 146, 151, 157, 163, 188n35, 188n39
anthropology, 5, 64, 76, 101, 178n10, 178n15, 186n10
anthropomorphism, 5, 62, 63–64, 72–73, 74, 75, 150, 153, 172, 174
Appadurai, Arjun, 178n15
Aristotle, 70–71
Ashbery, John, 16, 27
Aubrey, John, 208n45
Auden, W. H., 189n6
Auschwitz, 52, 123
autobiography, 47–48, 131–32, 137, 146, 189n3, 191n30, 204n56
Aveyron, Wild Boy of (Victor), 87
Bacon, Francis, 142
Badt, Kurt, 25
Bahti, Timothy, 178n12
Balfour, Ian, 182n3
Barrell, John, 15, 16
Barthes, Roland, 143, 195n20
Bate, Jonathan, 73, 74, 75, 188n46, 188n48, 188n51
Baudelaire, Charles, 201n46
Baynton, Douglas C., 191n21
Beaumont, Sir George, 134–35, 135 fig. 7.2, 209n49
Becket, Samuel, 142
Beer, John, 206n11
Benjamin, Walter: and the Angel of History, 7, 46, 55;
The Arcades Project, 36, 56;
and citation, 36, 182n3;
and history, 36–37, 182nn3–4, 185n84, 202n23;
“Little History of Photography,” 183n39, 184n44;
“On the Concept of History,” 37, 46, 55, 182 nn3–4, 185n84;
“On Language as Such,” 150, 205n3;
“On the Theory of Knowledge,” 59–60;
and photography, 56, 182n4, 183n39, 184n44;
and ruins, 7, 46, 55, 202n23;
and survival, 115;
“The Task of the Translator,” 4 177n8;
and the work of art in the age of mechanical reproduction, 22, 47
Bennett, Andrew, 190n13, 205n7, 206n10, 207n20
Benveniste, Émile, 105, 198n75
Berkeley, George (Bishop), 139, 147
Berlin, 39–40, 41, 44–46
Bewell, Alan, 207n18
Bible, King James, 41
Blackmun, Harry (Justice), 61, 67
Blanchot, Maurice: “The Absence of the Book,” 113;
and conversation, 96, 194n16;
and Derrida, 96, 194n16, 197n55;
and désoeuvrement, 8, 96, 98, 105, 113, 199nn103–4;
and “the impossible,” 96, 194n16, 197n54;The Infinite Conversation, 96, 110–12, 194n16, 199n103;
“Interruption (as on a Reimann Surface),” 110–12, 199n98;
and Levinas, 111, 112;
The Writing of the Disaster, 123
Bloomfield, Robert, 15
Borges, Jorge Luis, 142
Bouilly, Jean-Nicolas, 191n24
Bowder Stone, 172–73, 173 fig. 8.5, 174 fig. 8.6, 210n72
Braidwood, Tomas, 190n167
Brennan, William J. (Justice), 61
Brougham Castle, 170
Brown, Bill, 177n9
Bruns, Gerald L., 194n16
Buchloh, Benjamin, 56, 57, 185n67, 199n104
Buell, Lawrence, 75
Burns, Robert, 15, 107 (p.214) Burroughs, William, 142
Butades, 141
Byron, Lord George Gordon, 16
Cage, John, 9, 159, 160 fig. 8.2, 161 fig. 8.3
Cambridge, University of, 138–39, 147, 203n35
Carlson, Trevor, 159
Chaucer, Geoffrey, “The Knight’s Tale,” 120, 3
Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 143
Cézanne, Paul, 32, 34, 57, 146
Chase, Cynthia, 178n12, 206n7 200n19
Clare, John, 6, 14–20, 27, 34, 35;
and the asylum, 179n18;
“ A Beautiful Sunset in November,” 18–19;
and birds, 15, 16, 18, 33;
and Byron, 16;
Child Harold, 16;
and clouds, 14–20;
and depression, 6, 14, 15–20, 179n18;
“I am,” 15, 33;
“ Journey out of Essex,” 16, 18, 20;
“The Meadow Grass,” 16, 34;
and ob- servation, 16–18;
as ploughman poet, 15;
and urbanization, 15, 20;
and weather, 15, 16, 20
Claude, Lorrain, 22
climate change, 19, 20, 25–26, 179n6
clouds, 6–7;
and atmospheric pollution, 19–20, 21;
and Clare, 14–20, 27, 35;
and cloud spoting, 10, 178n3;
and Constable, 11, 12–13, 22–31, 33, 34–35;
and Damisch, 10, 12–13, 33;
and Forster, 10, 12, 13, 25–26;
and Goethe, 11;
and Merleau-Ponty, 11–12;
and meteorology, 10, 11, 13–14, 22, 25–26;
and mood, 15, 27, 29–30, 34;
and Romantic lyric, 10, 13–14 ;
and Shelley, 10;
and Wordsworth, 11
Clymer, Lorna, 189n3
Coetzee, J. M., 71, 188n39
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 89, 92, 93, 114, 118, 192n43, 199n10, 200n19, 206nn10–11, 209n56
Coliseum, Roman, 133, 136, 202n23
Condillac, Étienne Bonnot de, 86, 139, 147, 202n33, 205n76
Connor, Steven, 177n9
Constable, John, 6–7, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22;
and cloud studies, 11–14, 20, 22–35, 27 fig. 1.3, 28 fig. 1.4, 29 fig. 1.5, 30 fig. 1.6, 31 fig. 1.7;
and Forster, 12, 13, 22, 24, 25–26;
and Hampstead Heath, 13, 25–26;
and Howard, 22, 25, 26;
and internal states, 27–30, 34;
and meteorology, 11–13, 22, 25–26, 31;
and observation, 30–31;
and six-footers, 27–28;
and sky, 13–14, 25;
and sociability, 33–34;
and Stour Valley, 22;
and volcanic eruptions, 20
Correggio, 12–13
Crabbe, George, 30–31, 181n66
Critchley, Simon, 196n47
Cronin, Richard, 190n10
culture, 36, 42, 48–49, 57, 71, 84–85, 101, 190n11, 190n18
Cunningham, Merce, 9, 159–60, 160 fig. 8.2, 161 fig. 8.3
dactylology, 85–86
Dalmeida, William, 195n35
Damisch, Hubert, 10, 12–13, 33
Darwin, Charles, 71
Daston, Lorraine, 178n15
Davis, Colin, 196n47
Day, John A., 178n3
de Man, Paul, 4, 79, 82, 88, 92, 189n3, 191n30, 196n44
deaf education, 8, 79–80, 84–88, 190n15, 190n16, 190n18, 190–91nn20–21, 191n24
deafness, 2, 6, 79–88
Dean, Tacita: Merce Cunningham Performs STILLNESS, 9, 159–60, 160 fig. 8.2, 161 fig. 8.3, 207n23;
Michael Hamburger, 7, 36–37, 40, 40 fig. 2.2, 42–44, 44 fig. 2.3, 45 fig. 2.4, 47, 48, 207n26;
Sound Mirrors, 160, 207nn23–25
Deguy, Michel, 198n76
Derrida, Jacques: and archi-écriture, 163;
and Barthes, 195n20;
and Blanchot, 96, 194n16, 197nn54–55;
and Diderot, 130, 138;
and the gift, 8, 101–5, 194n16, 197n55, 198n74, 198n75;
and “the impossible,” 96, 102, 105, 194n16, 197n54;
and late writings, 4, 199n4;
and Levinas, 96, 97–101, 102–3, 195n19, 196n47, 197n58;
and Marin, 96, 105–10, 198n80, 198n83;
(p.215) and Mauss, 101–2, 198n75;
and Merleau-Ponty, 31, 34, 63, 64–67, 75–77, 130, 132–33, 186n10;
and Nancy, 63, 64–66, 163, 187n19;
and psychoanalysis, 65–66;
and ruin 133–34, 133 fig. 7.1, 136–37, 149;
and self-portraiture, 133–37, 204n54;
and survival, 8–9, 114, 115, 127;
and touch, 7, 63–66;
and the unbeseen, 9, 130, 132, 136, 147, 201n8
Derrida, Jacques, works of: Adieu, 97–99, 101, fig. 7.1, 140–42, 147, 201n8, 201n11, 202n13, 10, 195n20, 196n44, 198n80, 199n4
Descartes, René, 33, 34, 139 102, 195n19;
The Animal That Therefore I Am, 144, 205n3;
“Che cos’è la poesia?,” 3–4, 5, 73–74, 177n7, 188n52;
The Gift of Death, 101, 102–4;
Given Time, 101–5, 195n26;
Learning to Live Finally, 114–16, 127, 198n4, 199n4;
Memoirs of the Blind, 9, 34, 129–38, 133
Deschamps, Claude-François (abbé), 86
Desloges, Pierre, 86
Diderot, Denis: Letter on the Blind, 9, 128, 130, 138–41, 147, 202n33, 203nn36–37, 203n42, 203n47, 204n50, 205n75
disability, 70, 81, 132,
Douglas, William O. (Justice), 61, 65, 67
Dresden, 37, 52, 55, 56
duration, 2, 122, 159–60, 170–71, 172, 206n14
Dürer, Albrecht, 38, 39 fig. 2.1
Earl of Abergavenny (ship), 94, 99–100, 193n5, 195n35
ecopoiesis, 73, 74
environmentalism, 5, 7, 15, 20, 61–63, 70, 75
l’Epée, Charles-Michel (abbé), 85, 86, 190n20, 191n24
Eyck, Jan van, 143
Faverjon, Jean-Marie, 141–2, 204n54
Ferenczi, Sándor, 62–63, 186n7
Ferguson, Frances, 186n6, 186n8, 192n37
Fisher, John (Bishop of Salisbury), 13, 20
Fontenay, Saboureux de. See Saboureux de Fontenay
Forster, Tomas, 10, 12, 13, 16, 22, 25–26
Fox, Charles James, 88
François, Anne-Lise, 177n2
Frankfurt, 51–52, 54, 55
Freud, Sigmund: and bodily ego, 164;
and consciousness, 67;
and death, 101, 115, 177n2;
and dream, 132;
and mourning, 98;
and negation, 69, 187n31;
and Psyche, 65, 67, 187n19;
and trauma, 137
Friedman, Geraldine, 204n72
Friedrich, Caspar David, 59
Frow, John, 178n13
Fry, Paul, 174, 205n73, 210n65, 211n75
Gallaudet College, 191n21
gift theory, 8, 64, 101–5, 193n4; 194n16, 197n55, 198n75
Gilbert, William, 192n47
Gill, Stephen, 193n1
Gilpin, William, 172, 173 fig. 8.5, 208n45, 210n72
Goethe, J. W. von, 11, 21, 25
Gombrich, Ernst, 143
gravitation, 1–2, 3, 92, 121, 124
Green, André, 208n38
Green, William, 169, 172, 174 fig. 8.6, 210n72
Grose, Francis, 167, 168 fig. 8.4, 209n46
Grünewald, Mathias (Mathis Nihart), 51, 52
Guyer, Sara, 123, 178n12, 200nn30–31, 200n33
Halley, Edmond, 203n35
Hamblyn, Richard, 10, 178nn3–4, 179n7
Hamburg, 37, 55
Hamburger, Michael, 7, 36–48, 40 fig. 2.2, 44 fig. 2.3, 45 fig. 2.4, 49–52, 54, 142, 182n7, 204n56, 204n67;
String of Beginnings, 44–48
Hamilton, Richard, 142
Harris, Sir Arthur (”Bomber”), 55
(p.216) Hartman, Geoffrey: and epitaphs, 68, 88, 191n37;
and inscriptions, 205n7;
and Lucy, 2, 177n2;
and “Mutilated Bower,” 62, 186n5
Heaney, Seamus, 15;
“After the Fire,” 7, 36, 41–42, 60, 182n11;
“The Apple Orchard,” 7, 36, 37–38
Heidegger, Martin: “Das Ding,” 2, 3;
and ecocriticism, 7, 72–75, 188n46, 188n48, 188n51;
and language, 74;
and modernity, 57;
and Nancy, 64
Heller-Roazen, Daniel, 189n65
Heraclitus, 138
Heringman, Noah, 206–7n17, 210n64
Hertz, Neil, 204n7
Hill, Leslie, 194n16, 197n54
history, 2, 7, 8, 17, 36–38, 42, 52, 54–56, 59, 90, 131, 138, 146, 182nn3–4, 185n64
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von: Lord Chandos Leter, 50–51, 182n4, 183n42
Holcroft, Tomas, 191n24
Hölderlin, Friedrich, 41, 42, 72, 50, 73, 182n9, 185n67, 202n23;
and Homburg, 41, 182n9
Holme, Tomas, 80, 82–84, 190n10, 190n16
Homer, 133, 134
Horace, 150
Howard, Luke, 10, 11, 13, 22, 25, 26, 178n3
Hughes, Ted, 7, 43
Humboldt, Alexander von, 167, 209n51
Husserl, Edmund, 77
Hutchinson, Mary, 193n3, 200n19
Hutchinson, Sara, 187n16, 200n19
Huton, James, 150, 152, 152 fig. 8.1, 205n1, 207n22
Jacobs, Carol, 183n23
Jacobus, Mary, 189n3, 208n38
Jankovic, Vladimir, 180n21
Jarvis, Simon, 178n10, 193n4, 197n55, 200n30, 208n39
Jay, Martin, 181n84
Johns, Jasper, 142
Johnson, Barbara, 100, 178n14
Johnson, Samuel, 190n16
Kant, Immanuel, 12, 125
Kemble, Mrs. Charles, 191n24
Klein, Melanie, 100–101, 196n43
Kluge, Alexander, 54–55
Kohler, Andrea, 183n25, 184n51
Kotzebue, August von, 191n24
Lacan, Jacques, 31, 34, 77, 125
Lane, Harlan, 190n15
Larrissy, Edward, 201n9, 204n72
Latour, Bruno, 178n13
Levinas, Emmanuel: and Blanchot, 111, 112;
and Derrida, 96, 97–101, 102–3, 195n19, 196n47, 197n58;
and otherness, 97, 98, 106, 111;
and prayer, 103,113, 197n61, 200n33;
and Wordsworth, 123, 200n33
Lévi-Strauss, Claude, 195, 198n75
l’informe, 11, 14, 179n9
Llewelyn, John, 72–73
Locke, John, 130, 139, 147, 201n7
Long Meg, 167, 172, 209n48
Louvre, Musée du, 131, 133
lyric: and apostrophe, 1, 2;
and Auschwitz, 123;
and clouds, 7, 13, 29–30;
and elegy, 95, 100;
and epitaph, 1–2, 3, 6, 116, 122, 123, 127, 189n3;
and gift, 8;
and pastoral, 38;
and sleep, 123, 125, 126;
and things, 2, 5, 177n2, 177n5;
and thought, 2–4, 115–16, 119–20, 121;
and utterance, 116–17,118–19, 122. See also Rilke, Rainer Maria;
Wordsworth, William
Mallarmé, Stéphane, 105, 198n74
Marin, Louis, 96, 105–10, 198n80, 198n83
Marion, Jean-Luc, 197n55
Marvell, Andrew, 131, 202n13
Matlak, Richard E., 193n1
Mathew (Gospel of), 104
Maurice (Moritz), 142, 144, 145 fig. 7.6, 146, 149, 204n67
Mauss, Marcel, 101–2, 198n75
McCullers, Carson: “A tree. A rock. A cloud,” 6
memory: and aural memory, 81;
and communal memory, 8, 89, 91;
and Dean, 207n25;
(p.217) and Derrida, 3–4, 99, 132, 134, 136;
and disavowed memory, 37, 55;
and Hamburger, 7, 41–49;
and historical memory, 41, 56;
and landscape, 92;
and literary memory, 37, 43, 50–51;
and pastoral, 36;
and poetry, 4;
and Richter, 56;
and translation, 36, 38;
and Wordsworth, 8, 94, 98, 119, 153, 193n3, 194n10, 194n12
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice, 4, 12, 146;
“Eye and Mind,” 204n70;
and regard pré-humain, 146;
The Visible and the Invisible, 31, 32–34, 63, 64–66, 75–77, 130, 132–33, 186n10;
The World of Perception, 32, 35
meteorology, 10, 22, 31, 178n3, 180n21
Miles, Dorothy, 190n12
Mill, J. S., 71
Milton, John, 95, 129, 134, 138, 147
Mirzoeff, Nicholas, 190n18, 191n20
Mitchell, W. J. T., 178n13
Molyneux, William, 130, 201n7
Monet, Claude, 13
Morganthau, Hans, 55–56
muteness, 38, 88, 116, 117, 150, 183n43;
and deafness; 79–80, 82, 84, 87
“Mutilated Bower, The,” 62–63, 66, 68, 186nn5–6
Naess, Arne, 75, 188n53
Nagel, Tomas: “panpsychism,” 69, 187n33;
“What Is It Like to Be a Bat?,” 66–69, 71, 188n39
Nancy, Jean-Luc, 4, 8, 9, 63, 66;
The Fall of Sleep, 116, 123–27, 201n46;
The Gravity of Thought, 116, 119, 121–22;
L’Intrus, 66;
Listening, 162–64, 175;
The Sense of the World, 64–66, 72, 186n11, 187n19
Narcissus, 109, 136
negativity, 9, 57, 64, 74, 77, 123, 129, 130, 132, 147, 183n35, 187n31, 188n52, 197n54
Newman, Barnet, 142
Newton, Sir Isaac, 121, 147, 148 fig. 7.7, 203n35, 205n73, 205n75
Nürnberg, 37, 52, 55
Nussbaum, Martha, 70–72, 75, 178n10
Old Sarum, 14
Ong, Walter, 190n11, 190n13
Oswald, Alice: “ Autobiography of a Stone,” 175;
“Woods etc.,” 7, 63, 77–78
Panara, Robert, 190n12
Parrhasios, 141, 142
pastoral: and Constable, 22;
and Dürer, 38, 39 fig. 2.1;
and Heaney, 36, 37–38, 41–42;
and Richter, 37, 56–60, 185n74;
and Sebald, 7, 36–37, 38–41, 42–48, 50–56;
and Virgil, 52, 184n52;
and Wordsworth, 73, 75, 88–92, 151, 166, 192n40
Paulhan, Jean, 32, 181n67
Paulin, Tom, 15
Paulson, William R., 201n7, 201n11, 203n36, 203n42, 203n47
Peele Castle, 134–36, 135 fig.7.2, 137
Pereire, Jacob, 85, 86
Phillips, Adam, 17–18
photography: and Benjamin, 37, 182n4, 183n39, 184n44;
and Richter, 37, 56–60;
and Sebald, 43, 46, 47, 49, 51, 55, 183n23, 183n25
Porter, Roy, 179n18
Poussin, Nicolas, 32
Pretor-Pinney, Gavin, 178n3
Proust, Marcel, 142, 144
Proverbs (Book of), 41
psyche, 62, 63, 65–68, 164, 177n2, 186n11, 187n19
Rée, Jonathan, 190n15–16, 191n20–21
Regier, Alex, 177n3
Reimann Surface, 110–11, 199n98
Rembrandt, Harmenzoon van Rijn, 142, 146
Richter, Gerhard: Apple Trees (Apfelbäume), 7, 37, 56, 57–60, 58 fig. 2.6, 59 fig. 2.7, 60 fig. 2.8;
Atlas, 56–57;
and Baader-Meinhof group, 185nn64–65;
and history painting, 56–57, 60, 185nn64–65;
and landscape, 57–58, 185n74;
and photography, 37, 56–57, 185n64
Rigby, Kate, 74
(p.218) Rilke, Rainer Maria: “After the Fire,” 7, 36, 41–42, 182n11;
“The Apple Orchard,” 7, 36, 37–38;
Duino Elegies, 74;
“Gravitation,” 1–2;
and nature, 3, 57, 74
Riviere, Joan, 195n29
rocks: and animism, 69, 187n34;
and anthropomorphism, 150, 153–54, 172, 174;
and the Bowder Stone, 172–73, 173 fig. 8.5, 174 fig. 8.6, 210n72;
and Druids, 9, 153, 154, 167, 169, 170, 171–72, 206n12, 208n45, 209n46, 209n49, 209n60, 210n60;
and elegy, 150, 151, 172;
and epitaphs, 89, 93, 126, 151, 164;
and geology, 150, 155, 169, 207n17, 207n18, 207n19, 210n64;
and induration, 2, 3, 170–71;
and inscription, 89, 152–3, 206n10, 206n12;
and “Joanna’s Rock,” 9, 153–54, 165, 167, 206n11;
and the Leech Gatherer, 154–55, 172, 206n17;
and Long Meg, 167, 172, 209nn48–49;
and Lucy, 1, 69, 171–72, 210n65;
and naming, 153–54, 170, 172, 206n10;
and philosophy, 150, 154;
and poetry, 151, 169–70, 174–75, 210n65;
and reading, 173–75;
and rock art, 168–69, 170–71, 209nn51–52;
and sound, 9, 150, 151, 153–54, 160, 164;
and stillness 9, 159–60;
and stone circles, 167, 170, 172, 208–9nn45–6, 209n48, 209n60;
and stones, 64–65, 66, 74, 87, 88, 147, 151–52, 155;
and subjectivity, 164, 211n65;
and the sublime, 174, 209n59;
and tourism, 9, 165, 172, 173 fig. 8.5, 174 fig. 8.6, 206n9
Romanticism: and blindness, 130, 134, 201n7, 201n9, 202n11, 204n72;
and clouds, 10;
and disillusion, 164;
and elegy, 6;
and German, 42;
and “green” Romanticism, 5, 7, 61, 73, 210n65;
and the human, 149;
and landscape, 57, 58;
and lyric, 6, 13, 123;
and meteorology, 11;
and natural description, 15, 22;
and sleep, 126;
and subjectivity 22, 25, 34
Rothko, Mark, 13
Roubiliac, Louis-François, 147, 148 fig. 7.7
ruins: and Benjamin, 7, 202n23;
and Derrida 133–34, 133 fig. 7.1, 136–37, 149;
and Sebald, 42, 45–46, 53–56, 184n62;
and Wordsworth, 9, 134, 136, 149, 151, 167
Ruskin, John: Modern Painters, 20–22, 23 fig. 1.1, 24 fig. 1.4, 25, 28
Saboureux de Fontenay, 85–86
Sacks, Oliver, 189n6, 191n21
Salisbury Cathedral, 14
Salvator (Rosa), 22
Santner, Eric L., 183n42
Saul of Tarsus (Paul), 134
Saunderson, Nicholas, 9, 138–41, 140 fig. 7.3, 147, 203nn35–37, 203n41, 203nn47–48, 205n75
Schumann, Robert, 47
Sebald, W. G.: and Hamburger, 36–36, 38–41, 42–48, 49–51;
and Hofmannsthal, 50–51, 183n42;
and Maurice (Moritz), 142, 144, 145 fig. 7.6, 146, 204n67;
and memory, 39–48, 49, 51, 52, 54, 57, 183n35, 184n51;
and muteness, 51, 183n43;
and pastoral, 36–48;
and photography, 43, 46, 47, 49, 52, 55, 56, 142, 183n23, 183n25, 183n39, 184n44;
and post-war Germany, 36, 55, 184n50, 184n62;
and ruins, 42, 45–46, 53–56, 184n62;
and Tripp, 48–49, 50, 130, 142–6, 143 fig. 74, 145 fig. 7.5, 204n58
Sebald, W. G., works of: After Nature, 7, 37, 51–54, 55, 60, 184n52, 184n59;
“ Air War and Literature,” 37, 54–55, 184n59;
Austerlitz, 41;
The Emigrants, 183n23;
On The Natural History of Destruction, 37, 54, 55–56, 184n59, 184nn62–63;
The Rings of Saturn, 7, 36–37, 38–41, 42, 44–51, 204n56;
Unrecounted, 9, 36–37, 47, 48–49, 51, 130, 142–46, 143 fig. 7.4, 145 fig. 7.5, 145 fig. 7.6, 183n25
Sedgwick, Adam, 172, 173, 207n18, 210n64
self-portrait, 6, 9, 51, 129, 130–34, 136–37, 141–42, 143, 146–47, 149
Shakespeare, William: Richard III, 99, 195n35
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 10
Sicard, Roch-Ambroise (abbé), 86–87
Sierra Club, 61
Silesia, 41, 46, 48
Sinclair, Iain, 15, 20, 180n37
Simonides, 100, 107, 196n38
Simpson, David, 208n42
Snow, Edward, 182n11
sound: and the body, 150, 154, 163;
and the deaf Dalesman, 7, 79–83, 190n13;
and Dean, 43, 159–60, 160 fig. 8.2, 161 fig. 8.3, 207n24–26;
and echolocation, 67;
and “ Joanna’s Rock,” 9, 153–54;
and the Leech Gatherer, 155, 163;
and listening, 154, 162–74;
and nature, 114, 117, 124–25, 150;
and poetic composition, 84, 95, 101, 190n13;
and poetry, 2, 77–78, 117, 126, 154, 163–64, 190n8, 190n12, 205n4;
and The Prelude, 115, 150, 162;
and rocks, 9, 150–51, 163, 164;
and trees, 77–78;
and Wright, 80–82, 189n2, 198n8;
and writing, 154
Stella, François, 133, 133 fig. 7.1, 136
Stewart, Susan, 179n8
Stone, Christopher, 61–62, 70, 186n3
stones See rocks
Stukeley, William, 208n45
subjectivity, 5, 7, 9, 64, 67–69, 75–76, 108, 118, 123–25, 162
Suffolk, 13, 26, 39–40, 41, 43, 44, 46–47, 49
Tambora, Mount, 20
Terada, Rei, 178n10, 191n30, 196n44
things: and gravity, 1–9;
and Heidegger, 2, 3, 72–73, 74;
and the human thing, 3, 4, 5, 9, 130, 144, 149, 166, 167;
and language, 2, 5, 74, 86, 172, 188n51;
and Lucy, 1–2, 63, 210n65;
and memory, 144, 160;
and muteness, 3, 50–51, 116–17, 183n43;
nonhuman things, 5, 9, 64, 69, 70, 72, 75, 146, 151, 153, 174, 178n13;
and no-thing, 125–26;
and otherness, 9, 66–69, 72, 98, 106, 164;
and poetry 2, 3–4, 5, 63, 66, 70, 73–74, 78, 122, 177n7;
and rights of, 7, 61, 70, 72;
and thing theory, 4, 5, 177n9, 178n13, 178n15;
and thought, 3, 4, 68–69, 122, 177n3;
and unseen things, 47, 129
Tomas, Edward, 188n46
Tompson, Benjamin, 191n24
Tornes, John, 11, 19–20, 179n6
Tiffany, Daniel, 177n5
Titian, 22
Tobit (Book of), 201n11
touch: and blindness, 34, 136–7, 139–41, 203n36, 203n48;
and clouds, 33;
and deafness, 79, 80, 81, 85;
and Derrida, 4, 7, 34, 61, 63–66, 76–77, 136–37;
and Lucy, 1–2;
and Merleau-Ponty, 4, 32, 64, 66, 75–77, 189n65;
and Nancy, 4, 64–65, 72;
and “Nutting,” 7, 61–63, 66, 68, 78
translation, 2, 6;
and Benjamin, 4, 177n8;
and Hamburger, 7, 36–38, 41, 43–44, 50;
and Heaney, 37–38, 41–42;
and history, 37, 41;
and memory, 36, 38, 40;
and pastoral, 41;
and poetry, 74;
and Rilke, 37–38, 41–42, 182n11;
and uprooting, 40, 41
trees: and apple trees, 7, 36, 37–38, 40, 41–44, 182n7;
and Dean, 7, 37–40, 42–44, 48, 207n26;
and Hamburger, 37, 41, 42–44, 48;
and Heidegger, 72, 74;
and Hölderlin, 42;
and insentience, 2, 3, 62, 63–65, 70–71, 78;
and legal standing, 7, 61, 70, 186n3;
and Lucy, 1, 2, 63, 69, 172, 210n65;
and the “Mutilated Bower,” 62–63, 66, 68, 186nn5–6;
and nuts, 66–69, 71, 72, 75, 184n52, 186n6, 186n8;
and “Nutting,” 7, 61–66, 68, 72–74, 77–78, 186n1, 186nn5–6, 186n8;
and orchards, 7, 36, 37–38, 43–44, 46, 48, 51, 182n7, 184n63, 207n26;
and poetry, 74, 77–78;
and Richter, 7, 37, 57–60;
and Rilke, 36, 37–38;
and Sanskrit, 171;
and sound, 79, 81–82, 84, 91, 189n2, 190n13;
and touch, 7, 63, 64, 66, 68–69
(p.220) Tripp, Jan Peter: Unrecounted, 9, 47, 48–49, 50, 130, 142–46, 143 fig. 7.4, 145 fig. 7.5, 145 fig. 7.6, 183n25, 204n56, 204n58
trompe l’oeil, 12, 48, 141–43, 204n58
Troubles, the (Irish), 41–42
Turner, J. M. W., 22
Valéry, Paul, 111, 199n98
Virgil, Eclogues, 52, 184n52
Volozhiner, Hayyim (Rabbi), 103, 197n61
Walt Disney Enterprises, 61
Walton, Izaac, 208n44
Warner, Marina, 183n43
Weever, John, 98, 195n27
West, Tomas, 170
White, Gilbert (of Selborne), 17
Williams, Helen Maria, 167
Winnicot, D. W., “The Capacity to be Alone,” 8, 116, 117–19, 120, 121, 124, 208n38
Wood, Gillen D’Arcy, 179n6
Wordsworth, Dorothy, 8, 114, 116, 117, 119, 194n9, 199n10, 206n16, 210n64;
Grasmere Journal, 114, 119
Wordsworth, John: and “The Brothers,” 92, 93;
and death at sea, 8, 92, 94–95, 100, 102, 111, 135, 193n1, 193n3, 193n5, 193nn7–8, 196n36;
and “Distressful gift!,” 8, 94–113, 194n12–13;
and East India Company, 92, 94–95, 192n50, 193nn3–5, 193n7;
and Essays upon Epitaphs, 92, 98, 99, 100;
and “ John’s grove,” 93, 114;
and Simonides, 196n38
Wordsworth, William: and blindness, 137–38, 146–48, 201n9;
and deafness, 8, 79–84, 86, 93, 190n15, 190n16;
and death of John Wordsworth, 92, 94–113, 193n1, 193n5, 193nn8–11, 196nn35–36, 202n34;
and Discharged Soldier, 156, 166;
and ecopolitics, 70, 73, 75, 210n65;
and epitaphs, 3, 8, 79, 84, 87–88, 92, 98–99, 115–16, 122, 123, 126–27, 151;
and geology, 155, 169, 170–71, 206n17, 207n18–19, 210n64;
and inscriptions, 88, 93, 121, 153, 154, 167, 191n37, 205n7, 206n10, 206n12;
and insomnia, 123–27;
and language, 92, 122, 124, 150, 154, 155, 177n3;
and Leech Gatherer, 9, 154–56, 158, 163, 173, 187n16, 206nn16–17, 207n19;
and listening, 150–51, 154, 163;
and London Beggar, 146–47, 149, 156, 204n72;
and Lucy, 1, 2, 63, 65, 69, 172, 210n65;
and lyric utterance, 116–22, 127;
and “Moods of [his] own mind,” 7, 29;
and “Mutilated Bower,” 62–63, 66, 68, 186nn5–6, 186n8;
and negativity, 9, 64, 69, 74, 123, 129, 130, 132, 147;
and Newton, 147;
and pantheism, and Rilke, 3;
and ruins, 9, 134, 136, 149, 151, 167;
and signs, 8, 82, 84–88, 158;
and stone circles, 167, 169, 170–71, 208n45, 209n49, 209n49, 209n60;
and the sublime, 174, 206n14, 209n59, 211n74;
and survival, 115, 127;
and thought, 4, 7, 31, 77, 122, 164, 177n2, 178n10, 200n30;
and touch, 7, 61–63, 66, 68, 78;
and Winander Boy, 112–13, 163
Wordsworth, William, works of: “Airey-Force Valley,” 81–82;
“ American Tradition,” 167–69;
Benjamin the Waggoner, 206n10;
The Borderers, 128, 147, 163;
“The Brothers,” 88–93, 151, 192n37, 192n40, 192nn37–38, 192nn42–44, 192nn46–47;
“The Deaf; Dales- man,” 7–8, 79–88, 137, 189nn1–3, 189n5, 190n10, 190n13;
Descriptive Sketches, 129;
“Distressful gift!,” 8, 95–113, 194nn12–13, 197n59;
“Ejaculation at the Grave of Burns,” 107;
“Elegiac Stanzas,” 9, 18, 134–36, 137, 197n64;
Essays upon Epitaphs, 79, 84, 87–88, 90, 92, 93, 98–99, 100, 122, 124, 126–27, 137, 189n1, 191n30, 195n27;
An Evening Walk, 129;
The Excursion, 80, 84, 88, 90, 128, 137–38, 165, 189n1;
Guide through the District of the Lakes, 152–53, 165, 167, 172, 206n9, 206n14, 207nn18–19, 210n64;
“Hart-leap Well,” 115, 151;
Home at Grasmere, 129;
“I find it written of Simonides,” 100, 107, 196n38;
“I have thoughts that are fed by the sun” (”Half an hour afterwards”), 8, 119–22;
“I wandered lonely as a Cloud,” 119;
“The Idiot Boy,” 150–51;
“Immortality (p.221) Ode,” 8, 93, 122, 129;
“Incipient Madness,” 134;
“ Joanna’s Rock,” 9, 153–54, 165, 167, 206n11;
“Lines Left upon a seat in a Yew-tree,” 164–65;
Lyrical Ballads, 4, 69, 88, 150, 192n37;
“Michael,” 88, 134, 192n37, 193n3;
“Miscellaneous Sonnets,” 123–25;
“Nutting,” 7, 61–66, 68, 72–74, 77–78, 186n1, 186nn5–6, 186n8;
“Ode: The Pass of Kirkstone,” 171–72, 174, 210nn64–65;
“The Old Cumber-land Beggar,” 157–59, 160;
“Old Man Traveling,” 157–58, 160;
“Personal Talk,” 83–84;Peter Bell, 188n35;
“Poems on the Naming of Places,” 152–54, 165–67, 206n11;
“Point Rash-Judgment,” 165–67, 208n42;
The Prelude, 5, 9, 11, 62, 69–70, 79, 80, 83, 84, 104, 112–13, 115, 119, 121, 124, 129, 131, 134, 146–7, 149, 150, 151, 156, 162, 163, 164, 170, 186n1, 187n34, 194n14, 200n30, 204n72, 298n38, 210n61;
“Resolution and Independence,” 9, 154–56, 173, 187n16, 206nn16–17, 207n19, 207n20;
“River Duddon Sonnets,” 167–71, 209n51, 209n59;
The Ruined Cotage, 134, 150–51, 172, 196n42;
Salisbury Plain, 188n35;
“A slumber did my spirit seal,” 1–2, 69, 171–72, 210n65;
“The Solitary Reaper,” 163–64;
“There was a Boy” (Winander Boy), 112–13, 163;
“These chairs they have no words to utter,” 3, 8, 116–17, 119, 122, 199n10;
“The Thorn” (1800 note), 2, 177n3;
“Three years she grew in sun and shower,” 63;
“Tintern Abbey,” 3, 4, 73, 162;
“To Sleep,” 8, 122, 123–27, 200nn30–31, 200n33;
“To the Daisy,” 100, 194nn11–12;
Tour, 267;
The Vale of Esthwaite, 151;
“We Are Seven,” 115–16;
“ A weight of awe not easy to be borne,” 167;
“Written in a Blank Leaf of Macpherson’s Ossian,” 205n4;
“Written upon a Blank Leaf in ‘The Complete Angler,’” 208n44
World War II, 36, 37, 52–56, 207n25
Wright, David, 8, 79, 81–82, 189n2, 189n6, 190n8
Wyat, John, 155, 207nn18–19, 210n64
Zeuxis, 141, 142
Zuckerman, Lord Solly, 184n62
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