Juan Christian Pellicer

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Dr. Art., University of Oslo (2002)
M.Phil. in English Studies, Medieval Literature 1100—1500, University of Oxford (1994)

Faglige kompetanseområder

Britisk poesi, Resepsjon av genre forbundet med Vergil, 1700-talls litteratur, John Milton

• Shakespeare
• Milton and his reception
• Georgic and pastoral traditions in British and American literature
• Reception of the classics in English, especially the works of Virgil
• Allusion and imitation
• Contemporary verse
• Main period: the early eighteenth century

Emneord: Engelsk, Poesi, Blandingsgenre, 1700-tallet i Storbritannia, Alexander Pope, Litterær resepsjon, Vergil, Shakespeare, Milton, Hyrdediktning, Læredikt, Epos

Publikasjoner

Co-edited books

John Dyer, The Fleece. A Poem in Four Books (1757), ed. John Goodridge and Juan Christian Pellicer (Cheltenham: Cyder Press, 2007)

Jakob Lothe, Juan Christian Pellicer and Tore Rem, eds, Literary Sinews: Essays in Honour of Bjørn Tysdahl (Oslo: Novus Press, 2003)

John Philips, Cyder. A Poem in Two Books (1708), ed. John Goodridge and J.C. Pellicer, with an Introduction by J.C. Pellicer (Cheltenham: Cyder Press, 2001)

Book chapters

'Pastoral and Georgic', in The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, vol 3, 1660-1790, ed. Charles Martindale and David Hopkins (OUP, 2012), 287-321

'Virgil's Eclogues and Georgics in Charlotte Smith's Beachy Head', in Romans and Romantics, ed. Timothy Saunders et al. (OUP, 2012), 161-82

'Impediments and Inhibitions: Thwarted Communication in Great Expectations', in Each Other's Yarns: Essays on Narrative and Critical Method for Jeremy Hawthorn, ed
Domhnall Mitchell, Paul Goring, and Jakob Lothe (Oslo: Novus, 2012), 91-103

‘The Georgic’, in Christine Gerrard, ed., A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry (Oxford: Blackwell, 2006), 403-16

‘“Still under that hawthorn!”: Pastoral in Tony Harrison’s Elegy in an Urban Graveyard’, in Pastoral in the Humanities: Arcadia Reinscribed, ed. Mathilde Skoie and Sonia Velasquez (Exeter: Bristol Phoenix Press, 2006), 53-62

‘“Among the Ash Heaps and Millionaires”: Gatsby and Our Mutual Friend’, in Jakob Lothe, Juan Christian Pellicer and Tore Rem, eds, Literary Sinews: Essays in Honour of Bjørn Tysdahl (Oslo: Novus Press, 2003), 209-12

'The rise and fall of the British formal georgic and the challenge of historical accuracy', in Knut Ove Eliassen, Svein-Erik Fauskevåg and Paul Goring, eds., 1700-tallet. Artikler om språk, litteratur, musikk og estetikk (Kristiansand: Høyskoleforlaget, 2000), 133-42

Longer journal articles

'Corkscrew or cathedral? The politics of Alexander Pope’s Windsor-Forest and the dynamics of literary kind', Huntington Library Quarterly 71/3 (2008), 453-88

'"And doubly sweet a brotherhood in song": Allusion and imitation in Tony Harrison's A Kumquat for John Keats', English (Journal of the English Association) 57 (2008), 84-97

'Reception, wit, and the unity of Virgil’s Georgics', Symbolae Osloenses 82 (2007), 90-115

‘"I hear such strange things of the Union’s fate": Charles Carter Lee’s Virginia Georgics', Early American Literature 42 (2007), 131-55

'Harleian Georgic from Tonson’s Press: The Publication of John Philips’s Cyder, 29 January 1708', The Library (Journal of the Bibliographical Society), 7th ser., 7 (2006), 185-98

‘Virgil’s Georgics II in Paradise Lost’, Translation and Literature 14 (2005), 129-47

‘John Gay, Wine (1708) and the Whigs’, British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 27 (2004), 245-55

‘How Revolutionary was Lyrical Ballads (1798-1800)?’, Nordic Journal of English Studies 3 (2004), 221-39

‘The georgic at mid-eighteenth century and the case of Dodsley’s “Agriculture”’, Review of English Studies 54 (2003), 67-93

Shorter journal articles

'Pushkin's "To Ovid" and Virgil's Georgics', Pushkin Review 14 (2011), 145-54

'Francis, thou art translated: Shakespeare as inspiration for scenic principle in Tomás Bretón and Ricardo de la Vega’s zarzuela La verbena de la paloma (1894)', Hispanic Research Journal 9 (2008), 125-8

'Shakespeare's "Saltiers"/Satyrs in The Winter's Tale and Virgil's saltantis Satyros', Notes and Queries 54 (2007), 303-4

'The implications of Nautilus Island in Robert Lowell's "Skunk Hour"', American Notes and Queries 20/2 (2007), 43-7

'"The food of my delighted fancy": Another Echo of Lucrece in Keats', American Notes and Queries 19/3 (2006), 13-14

‘“A dry consumptive smoaking Sot”: Ned Ward’s Epigram on John Philips?’, Notes and Queries 52 (2005), 346-9

‘Apollo and Mercury in Ben Jonson's poem to Shakespeare: An allusive paraphrase of Horace's utile dulci', Notes and Queries 52 (2005), 223-4

‘Christopher Smart’s The Hop-Garden: A satirical parody of John Philips’s Cyder?’, Notes and Queries 51 (2004), 400-6

Cerealia (1706): Elijah Fenton’s burlesque of Milton and Spenser in critique of John Philips’, Notes and Queries 50 (2003), 197-201

‘Dryden, Chesterfield and Johnson’s “celebrated letter”: A Case of Compound Allusion’, Notes and Queries 48 (2001), 413-14

Reviews and review articles

Contributor on eighteenth-century poetry, The Year's Work in English Studies vols 85-7, 2006-8 (reviewing all material published in 2004, 2005, and 2006):

'The Eighteenth Century' (Chapter XI) section 3, The Year's Work in English Studies 87 (2008), 638-56

'The Eighteenth Century' (Chapter XI) section 3, The Year's Work in English Studies 86 (2007), 578-605

'The Eighteenth Century' (Chapter XI) section 3, The Year's Work in English Studies 85 (2006), 551-66

Virgil Made English: The Decline of Classical Authority, by Tanya M. Caldwell. Pastoral Palimpsests: Essays in the Reception of Theocritus and Virgil, edited by Michael Paschalis. Reviewed in Translation and Literature 19 (2010), 93-104.

Thesis

‘John Philips, 1676-1709: Life, Works and Reception’. Doctoral thesis, University of Oslo, 2002, pp. 479

  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2017). A region in the mind: Heaney's Jutland and the circumference of nordic literature. Scandinavica - International Journal of Scandinavian Studies.  ISSN 0036-5653.  56, s 123- 146
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2015). Queen Anne, Patron of the Arts?, In Cedric D. Reverand (ed.),  Queen Anne and the Arts.  Bucknell University Press.  ISBN 9781611486315.  Kapittel 3.  s 57 - 64
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2014). Celebrating Queen Anne and the Union of 1707 in Great Britain's First Georgic. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies.  ISSN 1754-0194.  37(2), s 217- 227 . doi: 10.1111/1754-0208.12152
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2012). Impediments and Inhibitions: Thwarted Communication in Great Expectations, In Domhnall Mitchell; Paul Goring & Jakob Lothe (ed.),  Each Other's Yarns: Essays on Narrative and Critical Method for Jeremy Hawthorn.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 978-82-7099-687-2.  5.  s 91 - 103
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2012). Pastoral and Georgic, In Charles Martindale & David Hopkins (ed.),  Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, vol. 3 (1660-1790).  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 978-0-19-921981-0.  Ch 10.  s 287 - 321
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2012). Virgil's Eclogues and Georgics in Charlotte Smith's Beachy Head, In Timothy Saunders; Charles Martindale; Ralph Pite & Mathilde Skoie (ed.),  Romans and romantics.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 978-0-19-958854-1.  Ch 8.  s 161 - 182
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2011). Pushkin's "To Ovid" and Virgil's Georgics. Pushkin Review/Pushkinskii Vestnik.  ISSN 1526-1476.  14, s 145- 154
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2008). ‘And Doubly Sweet a Brotherhood in Song’: Allusion and Imitation in Tony Harrison's A Kumquat for John Keats. English.  ISSN 0013-8215.  57(217), s 84- 97 . doi: 10.1093/english/efn006
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2008). Corkscrew or Cathedral? The Politics of Alexander Pope's _Windsor-Forest_ and the Dynamics of Literary Kind. The Huntington Library Quarterly.  ISSN 0018-7895.  71(3), s 453- 488
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2008). Francis, thou art translated: Shakespeare as inspiration for scenic principle in Tomás Bretón and Ricardo de la Vega’s zarzuela La verbena de la paloma (1894). Hispanic Research Journal.  ISSN 1468-2737.  9(2), s 125- 128 . doi: 10.1179/174582008X272824
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2008). The Eighteenth Century' (Chapter XI) section 3. Year's Work in English Studies.  ISSN 0084-4144.  87(1), s 638- 656
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2007). Chapter 11, The Eighteenth Century. Section 3, Poetry. Year's Work in English Studies.  ISSN 0084-4144.  86, s 578- 605
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2007). "I Hear Such Strange Things of the Union's Fate": Charles Carter Lee's Virginia Georgics. Early American Literature.  ISSN 0012-8163.  42(1), s 131- 155
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2007). Reception, wit, and the unity of Virgil's Georgics. Symbolae Osloenses.  ISSN 0039-7679.  82, s 90- 115 . doi: 10.1080/00397670802328196
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2007). Shakespeare's "Saltiers"/Satyrs in The Winter's Tale and Virgil's saltantis Satyros. Notes and Queries.  ISSN 0029-3970.  54(3), s 303- 304 . doi: 10.1093/notesj/gjm140
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2007). The implications of Nautilus Island in Robert Lowell's "Skunk Hour". ANQ. A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews.  ISSN 0895-769X.  20(2), s 43- 47
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2006). Harleian Georgic from Tonson’s Press: The Publication of John Philips’s Cyder, 29 January 1708. Library.  ISSN 0024-2160.  7(2), s 185- 198 . doi: 10.1093/library/7.2.185
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2006). "Still under that hawthorn!": Pastoral in Tony Harrison's Elegy in an Urban Graveyard, In Mathilde Skoie & Sonia Bjørnstad Velázquez (ed.),  Pastoral and the Humanities. Arcadia Re-inscribed.  University of Exeter Press.  ISBN 1904675581.  kapittel 5.  s 53 - 62
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2006). The Georgic, In Christine Gerrard (ed.),  A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry.  Blackwell Publishing.  ISBN 1405113162.  kapittel 29.  s 403 - 416
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2006). "The food of my delighted fancy": Another echo of Lucrece in Keats. ANQ. A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews.  ISSN 0895-769X.  19, s 13- 14
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2006). XI. The Eighteenth Century. Poetry. Year's Work in English Studies.  ISSN 0084-4144.  85, s 551- 566
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2005). 'A dry consumptive smoaking Sot': Ned Ward's Epigram on John Philips?. Notes and Queries.  ISSN 0029-3970.  52(3), s 346- 349 . doi: 10.1093/notesj/gji317
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2005). Apollo and Mercury in Ben Jonson's poem to Shakespeare: An allusive paraphrase of Horace's utile dulci. Notes and Queries.  ISSN 0029-3970.  52(2), s 223- 224 . doi: 10.1093/notesj/gji235
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2005). Virgil�s Georgics II in Paradise Lost. Translation and Literature.  ISSN 0968-1361.  14(2), s 129- 147
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2004). How Revolutionary was Lyrical Ballads (1798-1800)?. Nordic Journal of English Studies.  ISSN 1502-7694.  3(3), s 221- 239
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2004). John Gay, Wine (1708) and the Whigs. British Journal of Eighteenth Century Studies.  ISSN 0141-867X.  27(2), s 245- 255
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2004). Smart�s The Hop-Garden: A Satirical Parody of John Philips�s Cyder?. Notes and Queries.  ISSN 0029-3970.  51 (n.s.)(4), s 400- 406
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2003). 'Among the Ash Heaps and Millionaires': Gatsby and Our Mutual Friend, In  Literary Sinews: Essays in Honour of Bjørn Tysdahl.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 8270993751.  Artikkel.  s 209 - 212
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2003). Cerealia (1706): Elijah Fenton�s burlesque of Milton and Spenser in critique of John Philips. Notes and Queries.  ISSN 0029-3970.  248 (n.s. 509(2), s 197- 201
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2003). The georgic at mid-eighteenth century and the case of Dodsley�s 'Agriculture'. Review of English Studies.  ISSN 0034-6551.  54(213), s 67- 93
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2001). Dryden, Chesterfield, and Johnson's 'Celebrated Letter': A Case of Compound Allusion. Notes and Queries.  ISSN 0029-3970.  s 413- 414 Vis sammendrag
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2001). The rise and fall of the English formal georgic in the eighteenth century and the challenge of historical accuracy, In Knut Ove Eliassen; Svein-Eirik Fauskevåg & Paul Goring (ed.),  1700-tallet. Artikler om språk, litteratur, musikk og estetikk.  Høyskoleforlaget, Kristiansand.  ISBN 82-7634-384-8.  s 133 - 142 Vis sammendrag
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2000). The rise and fall of the British formal georgic and the challenge of historical accuracy, In Knut Ove Eliassen; Svein-Eirik Fauskevåg & Paul Goring (ed.),  1700-tallet. Artikler om språk, litteratur, musikk og estetikk.  Cappelen Damm Høyskoleforlaget.  s 133 - 142

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  • Pellicer, Juan Christian & Goodridge, John (ed.) (2007). John Dyer, The Fleece. A Poem in Four Books. Cyder Press.  ISBN 9781861741844.  190 s.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian; Lothe, Jakob & Rem, Tore (2003). Literary Sinews: Essays in Honour of Bjørn Tysdahl. Novus Forlag.  ISBN 8270993751.  247 s.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2001). John Philips, Cyder, A Poem in Two Books (1708). The Cyder Press, Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Higher Education.  ISBN 1-86174-109-X.  86 s. Vis sammendrag

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  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2016). A region in the mind: Heaney's Jutland and the circumference of Nordic literature.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2016). 'Milton and the People'. European Journal of English Studies.  ISSN 1382-5577.  20(1), s 111- 112 . doi: 10.1080/13825577.2015.1039396
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2015). How and why are pastoral and georgic minor genres in the eighteenth century?.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2013). To preserve and ‘make germinate’: Seamus Heaney’s language of natural processes, primarily in the ‘moss’ poems.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2012). The Universal Epic: Milton's Paradise Lost. British Politics Review.  ISSN 1890-4505.  7(4), s 10- 11
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2011). Hva vet vi om mannen som skrev Macbeth?.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2010). Anmeldelse av "Antikken i ettertiden", red. Mathilde Skoie og Gjert Vestrheim (2010). Klassisk Forum.  ISSN 0801-3179.  (2), s 111- 120
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2010). Charlotte Smith’s Beachy Head and the Eighteenth-Century Tradition of Generic Mixture in Poetry.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2010). Hvordan moderne resepsjon hjelper oss å lese gamle tekster: W. H. Audens lesning av Homer som en nærlesning av Vergil.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2010). Pastoral Palimpsests: Essays in the Reception of Theocritus and Virgil. Translation and Literature.  ISSN 0968-1361.  19, s 93- 104
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2010). Virgil Made English: The Decline of Classical Authority by Tanya M. Caldwell. Pastoral Palimpsests: Essays in the Reception of Theocritus and Virgil. Edited by Michael Paschalis. Translation and Literature.  ISSN 0968-1361.  19(1), s 93- 104
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2010). When Genres Converge: Pastoral and Georgic in Eighteenth-Century Literature. 2 timer.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2009). Pastoral and Georgic.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2009). ‘Poems of Mixed Genre: Reading Virgil’s Eclogues and Georgics through Charlotte Smith’s Beachy Head’.
  • Eriksen, Per & Pellicer, Juan Christian (2008, 25. august). Det tapte paradiset.  Vårt Land.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2008). Unity and the Georgics.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2007). How is Windsor-Forest a Jacobite poem?.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2007). Reception and the Georgics.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2007). Resepsjonen av Vergils Ekloger og Georgica i Storbritannia, fra renessansen til romantikken.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2006). How is Pope's Windsor-Forest a Jacobite poem?.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2006). What is Georgic?.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian & Børresen, Dag Are (2005, 30. august). Innslag om Shakespeare i NRK P2 Kulturbeitet. [Radio].  NRK Marienlyst.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2004). A strategic promotional publication: John Philips�s Cyder (29 Jan. 1708).
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2004). John Gay, Wine (1708) and the Whigs.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2004). Teaching the English canon through contemporary poetry: Suggestions for exploring Tony Harrison�s �A Kumquat for John Keats� (1981) in class.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2003). How did Jacob Tonson�s publications of Milton�s Paradise Lost (1688) and Dryden�s Virgil (1697) prepare for the imitation of Milton and Virgil in the eighteenth century?.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2003). 'Still under that hawthorn!': Pastoral in Tony Harrison�s Elegy in an Urban Graveyard.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2003). 'Still under that hawthorn!': Pastoral in Tony Harrison�s Elegy in an Urban Graveyard.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2002). John Philips (1676-1709): Life, Works and Reception. Vis sammendrag
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2001). The Politics of Cyder.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2001). Tory patronage and Miltonic imitation: questions of authority in John Philips's Bleinheim (1705) and Cyder (1708).
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2000). The politics of Cyder.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (2000). The politics of Cyder.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (1999). "The Peak and Decline of the English Formal Georgic. 1744-1764.".
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (1999). "The uses of luxury: Dyer's treatment of economic issues in The Fleece".
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (1999). "The uses of luxury: Dyer's treatment of economic issues in The Fleece", 1999-01-06, British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, annual conference, Oxford.
  • Pellicer, Juan Christian (1997). Commerce, Industry and Social Ethics in the Augustan Georgic: A study of John Dyer�s The Fleece.

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Publisert 4. juni 2010 14:28 - Sist endret 8. mars 2018 14:49