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The Secret History of Domesticity

Public, Private, and the Division of Knowledge (Director"s Circle Book)

by Michael McKeon

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by The Johns Hopkins University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social & cultural anthropology,
  • Social history,
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • England,
  • Europe - General,
  • Latin America - General,
  • History / Europe / General,
  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages904
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7871564M
    ISBN 10080188540X
    ISBN 109780801885402

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I have assigned this book to graduate students Accounting for most of what has gone on in the last thirty years of scholarship in its dynamic synthesis, The Secret History of Domesticity lays the groundwork for new inquiry into eighteenth-century life.

As a reader, as a scholar, and as a teacher, I Cited by: Aug 11,  · Taking English culture as its representative sample, The Secret History of Domesticity asks how the modern notion of the public-private relation emerged in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Treating that relation as a crucial instance of the modern division of knowledge, Michael McKeon narrates its pre-history along with that of its essential component, le-jasmin-briancon.coms: 2.

Buy This Book in Print. analogue for the emergence of the modern public-private relation in the conjunction of what contemporaries called the "secret history" and the domestic novel. A capacious and synthetic historical investigation, The Secret History of Domesticity exemplifies how the methods of literary interpretation and historical Cited by: Dec 12,  · Taking English culture as its representative sample, The Secret History of Domesticity asks how the modern notion of the public-private relation emerged in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Treating that relation as a crucial instance of the modern division of knowledge, Michael McKeon narrates its pre-history along with that of its essential component,4/5.

Dec 26,  · "The strength of the book lies in the wealth of historical, literary, and pictorial examples that evoke the texture of domesticity, from bedchambers to bigamy." New Yorker.

What defines The Secret History is its elegant waving of thousands of facts, prints, quotations, dates, events and characters. — Dwight Codr. ScriblerianPages: The first paragraph of The Secret History roughly sums up the mood of the book.

In it, the narrator, Richard Papen, says that he thinks his fatal flaw is 'a morbid longing for the picturesque at all costs'. If you can relate to these words, chances are you'll love The Secret History. If not, you'll probably wonder what the fuss is all about/5(K). Taking English culture as its representative sample, The Secret History of Domesticity asks how the modern notion of the public-private relation emerged in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Treating that relation as a crucial instance of the modern division of knowledge, Michael McKeon narrates its pre-history along with that of its essential component, le-jasmin-briancon.com narrative draws 4/5(1).

Sep 22,  · Michael McKeon's most recent book, The Secret History of Domesticity, has a scope even more ambitious than his foundational work, The Origins of the English Novel, (), and so it tenaciously dudes any review. Fortunately, McKeon's neologism "explicitation" captures the spirit of his latest endeavor.

"I have assigned this book to graduate students Accounting for most of what has gone on in the last thirty years of scholarship in its dynamic synthesis, The Secret History of Domesticity lays the groundwork for new inquiry into eighteenth-century life.

As a reader, as a scholar, and as a teacher, I. It was also recommended by people who know my taste as well as those who don’t, seemingly by the world of book lovers itself, by some of my most literary and well-read friends, by my mother.

This book seemed to be universally admired. So I picked it up, finally, and I read it. It was Donna Tartt’s The Secret History, and I hated it. The Secret History is the first novel by Donna Tartt, published by Alfred A. Knopf in Set in New England, it tells the story of a closely knit group of six classics students at Hampden College, a small, elite Vermont college based upon Bennington College, Author: Donna Tartt.

The Secret of the Warming Pan The Private Lives of William, Mary, and Anne The Privatization of the Secret History The Strange Case of Beau Wilson Secret History as Autobiography Preface on Congreve Manley's New Atalantis Manley's Rivella Postscript on Pope Secret History as Novel Defoe and Swift Jane Barker and Mary Hearne Haywood's.

The Secret History of Domesticity McKeon, Michael Published by Johns Hopkins University Press McKeon, Michael. The Secret History of Domesticity: Public, Private, and the Division of le-jasmin-briancon.com by: The Secret History of Domesticity: Public, Private, and the Division of Knowledge (Director's Circle Book) Michael McKeon Taking English culture as its representative sample, The Secret History of Domesticity asks how the modern notion of the public-private relation emerged in the.

The Secret History of Domesticity The book is most successful when least general, and its final third—an engaging and briskly paced analysis of “secret histories,” romans à clef, and. McKeon, The Secret History of Domesticity: Public, Private and the Division of Knowledge (Johns Hopkins University Press, ).4 The sheer size of McKeon’s work, impressive as it is, disguises an even greater breadth and depth of learning brought to bear by the author upon a plethora of themes central to our interdisciplinary understanding.

It gave me a glimpse of The Secret and it was like a flame inside of my heart.” What followed was a two-month odyssey of research and investigation as Rhonda traced The Secret back through thousands of years, incorporating almost every religion and field of human endeavor throughout history.

Get this from a library. The secret history of domesticity: public, private, and the division of knowledge. [Michael McKeon] -- "[Michael McKeon] asks how the modern notion of the public-private relation emerged in the 17th and 18th centuries along with the institution of domesticity.

This book draws upon the entire spectrum. Table of Contents for The secret history of domesticity: public, private, and the division of knowledge / Michael McKeon, available from the Library of Congress. Taking English culture as its representative sample, The Secret History of Domesticity asks how the modern notion of the public-private relation emerged in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Treating that relation as a crucial instance of the modern division of knowledge, Michael McKeon narrates its pre-history along with that of its essential component, domesticity. This narrative. The secret history of domesticity: public, private, and the division of knowledge.

[Michael McKeon] The strength of the book lies in the wealth of historical, literary, and pictorial examples that evoke the texture of domesticity, from bedchambers to bigamy.A secret history (or shadow history) is a revisionist interpretation of either fictional or real history which is claimed to have been deliberately suppressed, forgotten, or ignored by established scholars.

"Secret history" is also used to describe an alternative interpretation of documented facts which portrays a drastically different motivation or history from established historical events.The Secret History, published inis the first novel by Pulitzer Prize and Andrew Carnegie Medal-winning author Donna Tartt, whose other notable books include The Little Friend () and The Goldfinch ().

The novel follows the lives of six dynamic classics students at Hampden College in .