News and Notes A Unique Text of Byron’s “Go—triumph securely” ADAM McCUNE Articles Byron’s Unacknowledged Armenian Grammar and a New Poem B. RIZZOLI Which Letters Did Keats Take to Rome? JOHN BARNARD Shelley and the Ambivalence of Idealism MADELEINE CALLAGHAN Romantic Medicine, the British Constitution, and Frankenstein SARAH MARSH Reworking Work from Wollstonecraft to Hays AMY GATES Reviews Jeffrey N. Cox. Romanticism in the Shadow of War: Literary Culture in the Napoleonic War Years. (MARY A. FAVRET) Orianne Smith. Romantic Women Writers, Revolution, and Prophecy: Rebellious Daughters, 1786-1826. Harriet Guest. Unbounded Attachment: Sentiment and Politics in the Age of the French Revolution. (HARRIET KRAMER LINKIN) Cynthia Schoolar Williams. Hospitality and the Transatlantic Imagination, 1815-1835. (NANORA SWEET) Samar Attar. Borrowed Imagination: The British Romantic Poets and Their Arabic-Islamic Sources. (JENA AL-FUHAID) Daniel E. White. From Little London to Little Bengal: . . .
News and Notes [7-38] Peacock’s Lost Epilogue to Skeffington’s Lose No Time [27-33] NICHOLAS A. JOUKOVSKY A Note from Godwin to Ollier in the Year of Reform [34-38] REBECCA NESVET Articles [39-137] Shelley and Keats Manuscripts in Kraków [39-57] STEPHANIE DUMKE William Hilton’s Lost Drawing of Keats [58-77] SCOTT McEATHRON The Poetry of Wandering: “Mont Blanc” in the History of a Six Weeks’ Tour [78-101] MICHAEL ERKELENZ Shelley, Urbanization, and Artificial Forms of Society [102-122] STEPHEN TEDESCHI Passive and Dynamic Sincerity in Mary Shelley’s Falkner [123-137] JONAS COPE Reviews [138-156] Kim Wheatley. Romantic Feuds: Transcending the ‘Age of Personality.’ (ERIC EISNER)  Nicholas Mason. Literary Advertising and the Shaping of British Romanticism. (DAVID FINKELSTEIN)  Monika Elbert and Bridget M. Marshall, eds. Transnational Gothic: Literary and Social Exchanges in the Long Nineteenth Century. (LAURA R. KREMMEL)  Sharon Ruston. Creating Romanticism: Case Studies in . . .
News and Notes [7-36] A Holograph Letter to Mary Shelley [27-31] PAMELA CLEMIT Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale” and Horace’s Epodes [32-36] ELLEN OLIENSIS Articles [37-132] Fourteen New Letters by Mary Shelley [37-61] NORA CROOK Idleness and Vacancy in Shelley’s “Mont Blanc” [62-79] RICHARD ADELMAN The Violence of Form in Shelley’s Mask of Anarchy [80-98] SETH T. RENO Keats and the Hands of Petrarch and Laura [99-113] MARY ANNE MYERS Keats’s Odes, Socratic Irony, and Regency Reviewers [114-132] PAUL BENTLEY Reviews [133-160] Donald H. Reiman, Neil Fraistat, Nora Crook, Stuart Curran, Michael O’Neill, Michael J. Neth, and David Brookshire, eds. The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Vol. III (Susan J. Wolfson)  Nancy Moore Goslee. Shelley’s Visual Imagination. (Cian Duffy)  Reeve Parker. Romantic Tragedies: The Dark Employments of Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Shelley. (Timothy Ruppert)  Susan J. Wolfson and Ronald L. Levao, eds. The Annotated Frankenstein. By Mary Wolls . . .
Special issue: Was There a Literary Regency? News and Notes [7-22] Articles Introduction: Was There a Literary Regency? [23-24] STUART CURRAN Was There a Regency Literature? 1816 as a Test Case [25-34] STEPHEN C. BEHRENDT The Year of Reaction: 1816 as Janus-Faced [35-48] JERROLD E. HOGLE 1816 as Literary Year: Three Ways of Looking at a Literary Regency [49-56] SONIA HOFKOSH Some Caveats about Postulating a Regency Literature [57-64] TILAR J. MAZZEO The Circulation of Satirical Poetry in the Regency [65-73] GARY DYER The Print in Regency Print Culture [74-81] STEVEN E. JONES Rethinking Regency Literature: The Case of William Cobbett [82-89] MARK KIPPERMAN Broken Soldiers: Serving as Public Bodies [90-102] SCOTT KRAWCZYK Regency Literature? Regency Libel [103-115] CHARLES MAHONEY Robert Southey, Historian of El Dorado [116-121] REBECCA NESVET Must the event decide?: Byron and Austen in Search of the Present [122-132] EMILY ROHRBACH Reading Shelley’s Ahasuerus and Jewish Orations: . . .
News and Notes [7-30] Amelia Curran’s Newfoundland Painting [25-30] FIONA POLACK Articles What is a First Edition? The Case of Don Juan. Cantos VI.—VII.—and VIII. [31-56] GARY DYER ‘Destined to complete a certain cycle’: Francis Jeffrey and Byron’s Orientalism [57-76] JOHN J. REGAN Framing Difference: The Orientalist Aesthetics of David Roberts and Percy Shelley [77-94] MANU SAMRITI CHANDER The Metaleptic Imagination in Shelley’s Defence of Poetry [95-111] KIR KUIKEN Leigh Hunt and Juvenalia [112-134] LAURIE LANGBAUER Reviews [135-164] Current Bibliography [167-202] . . .
News and Notes [7-30] Barbauld and Byron: New Affinities in an Unpublished Letter [26-30] LISSETTE LOPEZ SZWYDKY Articles Faust Translations of Coleridge and Shelley on the London Stage [31-42] FREDERICK BURWICK Shelley’s Jewish “Orations” [43-64] NORA CROOK AND TATSUO TOKOO “The Poor Girl’s Talent”: Romantic Mentorship and Mary Colling’s Fables [65-77] ERICA OBEY “Unentangled Intermixture”: Love and Materialism in Shelley’s Epipsychidion [78-95] ANDREW B. WARREN Violence and Nonviolence in Shelley’s Mask of Anarchy [96-113] MATTHEW C. BORUSHKO Margaret Holford, Joanna Baillie, and the “Terrible Beauty” [114-130] JUDITH BAILEY SLAGLE Book Reviews [131-156] Current Bibliography [159-191] . . .
News and Notes [7-32] Interpolation as Inspiration: “Sight-Wonder” in Keats, Chapman, and Homer [25-32] ANNE C. MacMASTER AND HOLLY M. SYPNIEWSKI Articles Book Fancy: Bibliomania and the Literary Word [33-52] INA FERRIS The Difficult Education of Shelley’s “Triumph of Life” [53-78] JOEL FAFLAK In Praise of the Demeler: William Godwin and the Romantic [79-95] Mixture MARK LOUNIBOS Felicia Hemans and the “Exquisite Remains” of Modern Greece [96-113] NOAH COMET New Severn Letters and Paintings: An Update with Corrections [114-138] GRANT F. SCOTT John Hunt to Edwin Atherstone: Seven Letters [139-158] TIMOTHY WEBB Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes A Lost Shelley Letter in Boston College’s Francis Thompson Archive [25-31] DANA M. LAWTON-BALEJKO Charlotte Smith to Thomas Cadell, Sr., and Harriet Lee: Two New Letters [32-41] HARRIET GUEST and JUDITH STANTON Cluster on Regency Reading Editor’s Introduction [43-44] An Ethics of Reading: A Conflicted Romantic Heritage [45-65] ANTHONY JOHN HARDING “A very rational animal”: William Hazlitt on the Romantic-Era Reading Public [66-88] BONNIE GUNZENHAUSER Charles Lamb’s “Distant Correspondents”: Speech, Writing and Readers in Regency Magazine Writing [89-107] DAVID G. STEWART Articles The Career of Byron’s “To the Po” [108-127] ANDREW M. STAUFFER Parkinson’s Shaking Palsy: The “Aspen-malady” of John Keats [128-137] ADAM BURKEY, MD Wordsworth’s “Unenlightened Swain”: Keats and Greek Myth in I stood tip-toe upon a little hill [138-156] DEREK VAUN LOWE Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [7-49] Revisionary Company: Keats, Homer, and Dante in the Chapman Sonnet [39-49] DANIEL POLLACK-PELZNER Travel Cluster Articles Editor’s Introduction [50-51] “Almost as far as Petersburg”: Byron and the Russians [52-77] RICHARD LANSDOWN and DOSIA REICHARDT Childe Harold in Crimea: The Byronic Sea Voyage in Russian and Polish Romanticism [78-99] CATHERINE B. O’NEIL Hazlitt and the Louvre [111-135] STEPHEN H. CHEEKE The Sinking of the Don Juan Revisited [136-154] DONALD B. PRELL Articles Calumniated Republicans and the Hero of Shelley’s “Charles the First” [155-172] NORA CROOK Contemporary Notices of Shelley: Addenda to The Unextinguished Hearth [173-195] NICHOLAS A. JOUKOVSKY Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [7-40] Articles What’s Different About ‘Regency’ Women Writers? [42-47] Anne K. Mellor. Regency Women Writers, the Archives, and the Task(s). [48-53] Stephen C. Behrendt. Women, Literary Annuals, and the Evidence of Inscriptions. [54-62] Paula R. Feldman. “All the Fire-Side Circle”: Irish Women Writers and the Sheridan-Lefanu Coterie. [63-72] Julia M. Wright. Women and Fame: Germaine de Staël and Regency Women Writers. [73-79] Kari E. Lokke. Jane Austen and John Keats: Negative Capability, Romance and Reality. [81-110] Beth Lau. Reforming Honeysuckles: Hannah More’s Cœlebs in Search of a Wife and the Politics of Women’s Gardens. [111-136] Judith W. Page. Ballads and Folksongs of Scotland, Ireland and Wales: The Collaboration of Joanna Baillie and George Thomson. [137-157] Judith Bailey Slagle. Besieged Vision: The Siege of Valencia and Felica Heman’s Theater of Sacrifice. [158-178] Aileen Forbes. The Limits of Discourse and . . .
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