AcknowledgmentsIntroduction David HermanPart I: Representing Minds in Old and Middle English Narrative1. 7001050: Embodiment, Metaphor, and the Mind in Old English Narrative Leslie Lockett2. 10501500: Through a Glass Darkly; or, the Emergence of Mind in Medieval Narrative Monika FludernikPart II: Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Minds3. 15001620: Reading, Consciousness, and Romance in the Sixteenth Century F. Elizabeth Hart4. 16201700: Mind on the Move Elizabeth BradburnPart III: Contexts for Consciousness in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries5. 17001775: Theory of Mind, Social Hierarchy, and the Emergence of Narrative Subjectivity Lisa Zunshine6. 17751825: Affective Landscapes and Romantic Consciousness David Vallins7. 18251880: The Network of Nerves Nicholas DamesPart IV: Remodeling the Mind in Modernist and Postmodernist Narrative8. 18801945: Re-minding Modernism David Herman9. 1945 : Ontologies of Consciousness Alan PalmerContributorsIndex
An anthology that traces the representation of consciousness and mind creation in English literature from 700 to the present.
David Herman is a professor in the English department at Ohio State University. The editor of the journal Storyworlds, his recent publications include Basic Elements of Narrative and Story Logic: Problems and Possibilities of Narrative (Nebraska 2002). Contributors: Elizabeth Bradburn, Nicholas Dames, Monika Fludernik, F. Elizabeth Hart, David Herman, Leslie Lockett, Alan Palmer, David Vallins, and Lisa Zunshine.