Romanticism

Edited by Sue Chaplin and Joel Faflak

Volume 14 (2014)

Charlotte Malkin’s Waterloo Diary and the Politics of Waterloo Tourism
Susan Matthews

Nerve Theory and Sensibility: ‘Delicacy’ in the Work of Fanny Burney
Eleanor C. L. Crouch

Reimagining the Romantic Imagination: Embodied, Proto‐Cognitive Psychologies in Joanna Baillie’s Introductory Discourse and Orra
Daniel Bergen

Volume 10 (2013)

Teaching Guide for: Anne Lister and the Ladies of Llangollen
Susan Valladares

“And Thence from Jerusalems Ruins”: Romantic Prophecy and the End(s) of History
Christopher Bundock

Romantic Vision and Gothic Balladry: Anne Bannerman’s Tales of Superstition and Chivalry
Timothy Ruppert

Domestic Gothic: Genre and Nation in Charlotte Smith’s The Old Manor House
Deborah Russell

Erratum: James Kenney’s Comedic Genius: Early Nineteenth‐century Character, Commerce, and the Arts in Raising the Wind, The World!, and Debtor and Creditor
Terry F. Robinson

British Romanticism and Paper Money
Alexander Dick

Clara Reeve’s Progress of Romance and the Female Critic in the 18th Century
Gerd Karin Omdal

From Female Accomplishment To Botanical Science: Mary Delany’s “Paper Mosaicks”
Dorota Babilas

The Uses of Lacan in Recent British Romantic Studies
Daniela Garofalo

Mitford vs. Hemans: Resisting the “Omnipotence of Words” in Dramatic Romance and Romantic Drama
Elisa Beshero‐Bondar

An Introduction to the ‘literary person[s]’ of Anne Lister and the Ladies of Llangollen
Susan Valladares
See also: Teaching & Learning Guide 

Remediating Romanticism
James Brooke‐Smith

“E.T.A. Hoffmann’s Romantic Tale ‘Der Sandmann’ or The Pathology of a Migraine”

Christa Spreizer

Romantic London and the Architecture of Memory
Christine Lai

Peripatetic in the City: De Quincey’s Confessions of an English Opium‐Eater and the Birth of the Flâneur
Emily B Stanback

Volume 9 (2012)

The Child of the City and the Palimpsest at Sea: De Quincey’s Chronological Constraints
Leila Walker

“Decline and British Romantic Literary Culture”
Jonathan Sachs

The Romantic Aesthetics of Settlement in 19th Century Canada
D. M. R. Bentley

Volume 8 (2011)

Re-visioning Romantic-Era Gothicism: An Introduction to Key Works and Themes in the Study of H.P. Lovecraft
Philip Smith

Romanticism and the Gothic – An Introduction
Sue Chaplin

Improvement and Repair: Architecture, Romance and the Politics of Gothic, 1790–1817
Dale Townshend

‘She Brings Apocalypse’: Sex, Imagination and Redemptive Transgression in William Blake and the Graphic Novels of Alan Moore

Geoffrey Hartman and the Affective Ecology of Romantic Form
Pieter Vermeulen

Gothic’s Death Drive
Gary Farnell

Teaching & Learning Guide for: ‘Gothic’s Death Drive’
Gary Farnell

Monstrous Philosophy: Charlotte Dacre’s Zofloya, or the Moor and John Milton’sParadise Lost
Glen Brewster

Shelley’s ‘Mask of Anarchy’ and the Problem of Modern Sovereignty
Kir Kuiken

Volume 7 (2010)

John Thelwall and the Politics of Sympathy (pages 763–772)
Mary Fairclough

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Popular Magazines, Popular Culture: Gradations of Celebrity in the Romantic Period (pages 626–638)
Brian Rejack and Mark Schoenfield

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Beethoven’s Birdstrokes: Figuration, Subjectivity, and the Force of the Score in the Pastoral Symphony and Copying Beethoven (pages 639–650)
William Kumbier

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Pleasure, Happiness and Romanticism: A Critical Survey (pages 651–658)
Rowan Boyson

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Picturesque Interiority: Eliza Fenwick’s Secresy and the Novel of Information (pages 659–673)
Suzie Asha Park

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‘Refuge for the Homeless': Not at Home in Romanticism and Comparative Literature (p 542-554)
Brian McGrath

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‘The Excellencies of the Female Character': Anna Seward’s Censored Sermon (p 555-563)
Teresa Barnard

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Mary Tighe and Literary History: The Making of a Critical Reputation (p 564-576)
Harriet Kramer Linkin

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‘The Della Cruscans: A Survey of the Criticism and Resources, 1956–2009′ (p 577-585)
Alex Broadhead

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Volume 6 (2009)

Romantic Federalism: Atlantic Republican Literature between Cosmopolitanism and Confederation (p 1127-1144)
Leonard von Morzé

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Women and Property in Late Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Gendered Property and Generic Belonging in Charlotte Smith and Mary Wollstonecraft (p 1145-1158)
Kaley Kramer

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The Study of Affect and Romanticism (p 1159-1166)
Mary Favret

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The Lady Has a Price: Charity and Gratitude in Alencar’s Diva (p 886-895)
André Cabral de Almeida Cardoso

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Wordsworth, Scott, and the Stereographic Picturesque (p 896-926)
Bruce Graver

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Planting the Nation’s ‘Waste Lands': Walter Scott, Forestry and the Cultivation of Scotland’s Wilderness (p 585-598)
Susan Oliver

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Romantic c/China: The Literature of Chinoiserie (p 599-614)
Joanne Tong

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Recycled Creatures and Rogue Genomes: Biotechnology in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas (p 615-631)
Louise Economides

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Ecocriticism, Ecomimesis, and the Romantic Roots of Modern Ethical Consumption (p 632-646)
Vince Carducci

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Troping Mood: Pfau, Wordsworth, and Hegel (p 373-383)
David Collings

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The Life, Works and Reception of an Evangelical Radical: James Woodhouse (1735–1820), the ‘Poetical Shoemaker’ (p 384-406)
Steve Van-Hagen

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Editing Robert Southey’s Letters (p 128-135)
W. A. Speck

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British Romanticism and Animals (p 136-152)
Christine Kenyon Jones

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Volume 5 (2008)

Keats’s ‘Dull Rhymes’ and the Making of the Ode Stanza (p 935-948)
Jonathan Mulrooney

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Devolving Romanticism: Nation, Region and the Case of Devon and Cornwall (p 949-963)
Dafydd Moore

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Romanticism/Secularization/Secularism (p 791-806)
Colin Jager

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The Poetics of Place and Space: Wordsworth, Norman Nicholson and the Lake District (p 807-821)
David Cooper

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Romantic Literature and Colonialism (p 541-553)
Carol Bolton

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Re-Envisioning the Sublime: L.E.L.’s Valley of Linmouth (p 554-564)
Maria Paola Svampa

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War, Empire, Slavery: Radicalism in the Work of Robert Tannahill (p 565-576)
Jim Ferguson

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Beauty Spot, Blind Spot: Romantic Wales (p 577-590)
Mary-Ann Constantine

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Towards a Taxonomy of Transatlantic Romanticism(s) (p 228-291)
Joel Pace

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Contesting Literary Biography in the Romantic Period: The Foreshadowing of Psychological Biography (p 292-309)
Jane Darcy

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Of Matter and Meter: Environmental Form in Coleridge’s ‘Effusion 35′ and ‘The Eolian Harp’ (p 310-335)
Timothy Morton

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Hedgehog Theory: How to Read a Romantic Fragment Poem (p 73-89)
Michael Bradshaw

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Ann Yearsley: A Literary Career Reconsidered (p 90-105)
Kerri Andrews

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Volume 4 (2007)

Romanticism and Forgery (p 1625-1649)
Nick Groom

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Personal Grief and Public Statement: Felicia Hemans’s The Siege of Valencia and Records of Woman (p 1650-1666)
Benjamin Kim

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Early Nineteenth-Century Readers of Jane Austen (p 1412-1427)
Annika Bautz

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The Visual Subject, c.1810–1840: Trends in Romanticism and Victorianism (p 1078-1091)
Laurie Garrison

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Byron and Mesolongi (p 1092-1108)
Stephen Minta

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Poetry, Fame and Scandal: The Cases of Byron and Landon (p 1109-1121)
Claire Knowles

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‘Rank Imposture’ and ‘Mimic Goblinry’ in Scott’s Doom of Devorgoil: A Genre Politics of National Drama (p 698-708)
Dana Van Kooy

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Fiction and Autobiography in Mary Hays’s Memoirs of Emma Courtney (1796) (p 709-720)
Georgina Green

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The Romantic Sonnet Revival: Opening the Sonnet’s Crypt (p 721-736)
Mark Raymond

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Romanticism and Taste (p 407-419)
Denise Gigante

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From Madame de Staël to Lord Byron: The Dialectics of European Romanticism (p 134-149)
Silvia Bordoni

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‘He Who has Suffered You to Impose on Him': Blake, Derrida and the Question of Theory (p 150-171)
Matthew J. A. Green

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Ecocriticism in British Romantic Studies (p 172-202)
Kevin Hutchings

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Volume 3 (2006)

The Lost Moravian History of William Blake’s Family: Snapshots from the Archive (p 1297-1319)
Keri Davies

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Twentieth- and Twenty-first-century Keats Criticism (p 1320-1333)
Mark Sandy

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The Romantic Reconceptualization of the Gypsy: From Menace to Malleability (p 1334-1350)
Michael Kramp

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Writing Revolution: British Literature and the French Revolution Crisis, a Review of Recent Scholarship (p 1351-1385)
M. O. Grenby

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Cultural History, Interdisciplinarity, and Romanticism (p 1065-1081)
Elizabeth Fay

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James Kenney’s Comedic Genius: Early Nineteenth-century Character, Commerce, and the Arts in Raising the Wind, The World!, and Debtor and Creditor (p 1082-1106)
Terry F. Robinson
See also: Erratum

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Buddhism and Romanticism (p 1107-1123)
Mark Lussier

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Law and Literature in the Romantic Era: The Law’s Fictions (p 804-817)
Sue Chaplin

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Presenting Romantic Texts: Editorial Theory and Practice (p 818-839)
Carlo M. Bajetta

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Surveying Ann Radcliffe’s Gothic Landscapes (p 840-845)
Benjamin A. Brabon

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The Eagles of Romanticism (p 846-866)
Michael Ferber

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‘Disdaining Bounds of Place and Time,’ Staining Language with Furze and Burvine: John Clare’s Nomadic Poetics (p 376-387)
Alysia E. Garrison

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The Poetics of “Divine Chit-Chat”: Rethinking the Conversation Poems (p 388-396)
Robert Koelzer

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Slavery and Romanticism (p 397-408)
Brycchan Carey

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The William Blake Archive: An Overview (p 409-416)
Steven E. Jones

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Mary Shelley Studies: From “Author of Frankenstein” to “the Great Work of Life” (p 417-428)
Lisa Vargo

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Jane Austen and the Public Sphere  (p 429-443)
Chris Jones

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“The Sun Shines on a World Re-Arisen to Pleasure”: The Fin-de-Siècle Metaphysical Revival
Tracy Seeley

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Romanticism and War (p 117-126)
Neil Ramsey

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British Romanticism in the Museum Age: A Review of Recent Scholarship (p 127-137)
Eric Gidal

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Mary Shelley’s Bestiary: The Last Man and the Discourse of Species (p 138-148)
Cynthia Schoolar Williams

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Imaginary Pilgrimages: Felicia Hemans, Dead Poets, and Romantic Historiography (p **-**)
Paul Westover

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Volume 2 (2005)

Percy Bysshe Shelley and the Sciences
Matthew C. Borushko

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Reasons to Remember Sydney Owenson (p **-**)
Julie Donovan

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Face to Face with Johann Caspar Lavater (p **-**)
Sibylle Erle

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John Clare and Revaluation (p **-**)
Sarah Houghton

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Legal and Familial Recordkeeping: Chancery Court Records and Charlotte Smith’s The Old Manor House (p **-**)
Cheryl Nixon

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The Grave Scholarship of Antiquaries (p **-**)
Christopher Scalia

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Detection as Method: Reconstructing the Past in Godwin and Freud (p **-**)
Charles J. Rzepka

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‘Creating new flesh on the Demon cold': Blake’s Milton and the Apotheoses of a Poet (p **-**)
David Fallon

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‘Wild Originality': the Romantic writings of Lady Caroline Lamb (p **-**)
Rosemary March

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A Cursory Consideration of William Godwin (p **-**)
David O’Shaughnessy

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Volume 1 (2004)

Romanticism and Religion (p **-**)
Emma Mason

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The Emergence of the Dandy (p **-**)
Laura George

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Habermas, Romanticism, and Literary Theory (p **-**)
Michael Scrivener

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“Empire of the Muse”: American Encounters with Wordsworth (p **-**)
Leslie Eckel

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Wordsworth, Epitaph, and the ‘Epitaphic’ (p **-**)
Jonathan Roberts

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Orientalism in the Romantic Era (p **-**)
Susan Taylor

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Romantic Period Writing and India (p **-**)
Andrew Rudd

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The Romantic Child (p **-**)
William Stroup

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Medicine of the 1820s (p **-**)
Louise Penner

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Wordsworth, Death and Politics (p **-**)
Stuart Allen

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Coleridge and Romantic Obscurity (p **-**)
Leonard Epp

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A Cosmopolitan Salon-Hostess: Friederike Brun’s Revision of Schiller in Idas ästhetische Entwickelung (1824)* (p **-**)
Tone Brekke

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Historicizing French Romanticism (p **-**)
Pratima Prasad

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Joanna Baillie’s Stardom: Social Claims, Literary Objects, and Scholarly Lenses (p **-**)
Regina Hewitt

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Insurgent Allegories: Staging Venice Preserv’d, The Rivals, and Speculation in 1795 (p **-**)
Daniel O’Quinn

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Wordsworth’s Excursion: Narrative Memory and the ‘Minds of Men’ (p **-**)

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Solitude and Sociability: Wordsworth on Helvellyn (p **-**)
Christopher Rovee

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Romanticism and the Body (p **-**)
Alan Richardson

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Communities: Mary Robinson, Charlotte Smith, Anna Letitia Barbauld, and Romanticism (p **-**)
Jacqueline Labbe

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Women and Dramatic Writing in the British Romantic Era (p **-**)
Thomas C. Crochunis

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Re-viewing Romantic Drama (p **-**)
Jeffrey N. Cox

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Romanticism and Flirtation (p **-**)
Corin Throsby

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Political Satire in Early Stuart England: New Voices, New Narratives
Andrew McRae

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How useful to eighteenth-century English studies is the paradigm of the ‘bourgeois public sphere’?
J. A. Downie

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