News and Notes [7-21] The Dating and Composition of Shelley’s The Assassins [14-17] E. B. Murray Wordsworth and the Austral Retreat in Shelley’s “Witch of Atlas” [18-20] Roland A. Duerksen Shelley’s Kenswick Years: Some New Information [20-21] Barry John Capella Articles Notes on the Antecedents of John Keats: The Maritime Hypothesis [22-52] Dwight E. Robinson Composition and “Unrest”: The Dynamics of Form in Keats’s Last Lyrics [53-82] Susan Wolfson The Trouble about Merlin: The Theme of Enchantment in “The Eve of St. Agnes” [83-94] Karen J. Harvey Byron and the Poetics of Revolution [95-130] Daniel P. Watkins Basil and Anna Montagu: Touchstone for the Romantics [131-71] Ralph M. Wardle Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [7-51] An Uncollected Poem (Probably) by Lord Byron [18-24] John O. Hayden Byron’s “The Deformed Transformed” Transformed: A Short Fiction Adaptationin 1825 [24-30] E. W. Pitcher Leigh Hunt and the Examiner Review of Keats’s Poems, 1817 [30-37] Joseph C. Grigely The “Ode to a Nightingale” and Paradiso, XXIII [37-40] Willard Spiegelman John Keats and Marian Jeffery [40-50] Angus Graham-Campbell Leigh Hunt and Shelley: A New Letter  Marcia Allentuck John Scott and Leigh Hunt  Patrick O’Leary Articles Convention and Criticism in William Godwin’s Early Novels [52-69] Gary Kelly The Sub-text of Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale” [70-84] Karl Wentersdorf A Museum with One Work Inside: Keats and the Finality of Art [85-102] Philip Fisher The Implications of Form in Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage [103-29] Michael Vicario “The Four Ages of Poetry”: Peacock and the Historical Method [130-47] James . . .
News and Notes [7-30] A Possible Source for the Montmorenci Reference in Keats’s “Sleep and Poetry” [17-19] Thomas A. Reisner Byron’s Dislike of Keats’s Poetry [20-25] George Cheatam Ellis, Sainte-Palaye, and Byron’s “Addition” to the “Preface” of Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage I-II [25-30] Ronald A. Schroeder Articles The Keats-Shelley Association: A Personal History [31-45] Catharine Morris Wright Keats, Associationism, and “Ode to a Nightingale” [46-62] Beth Lau Shipwreck and Skepticism: Don Juan Canto II [63-80] Andrew M. Cooper Concentric Structures in Marino Faliero [81-107] Philip J. Skerry Shelley’s Alastor: The Poet Who Refuses to Write Language [108-22] Frederick Kirchhoff Power and the Poet: Religious Mythmaking in Shelley’s “Hymn to Intellectual Beauty” [123-49] Spencer Hall Shelley’s Notes on Sculptures: The Provenance and Authority of the Text [150-71] E. B. Murray Imag . . .
News and Notes [7-36] A Note on the Dating of Shelley’s “The Triumph of Life” [13-15] Betty T. Bennett and Alice Green Fredman Notes on Shelley’s Reading of Godwin’s Enquirer [15-24] Michael W. Hyde Mary Shelley and Washington Irving Once More [24-28] Ralph M. Aderman “William Hazlitt’s Spirit of the Age and Sir William Allan”: A Correction [29-30] Patrick Story More Music for Shelley’s Poetry [31-36] Burton R. Pollin Articles The Keats-Shelley Association: A Personal History [37-63] Catharine Morris Wright The Monomyth in the Structure of Keats’s Endymion [64-81] Charles I. Patterson, Jr. To Try That Long Preserved Virginity: Psyche’s Bliss and the Teasing Limits of the Grecian Urn [82-104] William F. Zak Lamia as Theater Art [105-17] Carol Kyros Walker The Princess of Parallelograms, or the Case of Lady Byron [118-37] Myra Stark The Language of Causality in Prometheus Unbound [136-58] Frederick Burwick Shelley’s . . .
News and Notes [7-51] Zastrozzi and The Bravo of Venice: Another Shelley Borrowing [15-17] Curt R. Zimansky Shelley’s Folio Plato [17-21] Ronald Tetreault Mary Shelley and Gideon Mantell [21-29] Dennis R. Dean William Hazlitt’s Spirit of the Age and Sir William Allan: An Unpublished Commentary [29-33] Marcia Allentuck Keats and the Drunken Landlord at Burns’s Cottage [33-37] Jim Springer Borck Lord Byron and Midshipman Chamier in Turkey [37-46] Stanton Garner Byron’s Reading of Montaigne: A Leigh Hunt Letter [47-51] Richard I. Kirkland, Jr. Articles The Keats-Shelley Association: A Personal History [52-77] Catharine Morris Wright Shelley’s Fiction: The “Stream of Fate” [78-99] Jerrold E. Hogle Chatterton and Keats: A Reexamination [100-17] Nai-Tung Ting Plastic to Picturesque: Schlegel’s Analogy and Keats’s Hyperion Poems [118-51] Nancy M. Goslee The Reynolds-Dovaston Correspondence [152-81] John Clubbe John Hamilton Reynolds: Four . . .
News and Notes [7-42] Pope, Chapman, and the Romantics [11-21] Michael R. Richards Frankenstein and Caleb Williams [21-27] A. D. Harvey Louise Duvillard of Geneva, the Shelleys’ Nursemaid [27-30] Emily W. Sunstein Timothy Shelley, “Merchant of Newark”: The Search for Shelley’s American Ancestor [31-42] Sally N. Hand Articles Shelley and Italian Painting [43-66] Frederic S. Colwell Shelley’s Ironic Vision: The Witch of Atlas [67-82] Andelys Wood Charles Cowden Clarke’s Commonplace Book and Its Relationship to Keats [83-95] Joan Coldwell Keats and the Solitary Pan [96-119] Warren U. Ober and W. K. Thomas The Secularization of the Fortunate Fall in Keats’s “The Eve of St. Agnes” [120-29] David Wiener Byron’s Don Juan: Myth as Psychodrama [131-50] Candace Tate Byron’s Lapse into Orthodoxy: An Unorthodox Reading of Cain [151-72] Wolf Z. Hirst Peacock’s Sir Oran Haut-ton: Byron’s Bear or Shelley’s Ape? [173-9 . . .
News and Notes [7-34] Sidney’s Arcadia as a Possible Source for “The Eve of St. Agnes” [11-17] R. S. White Notes on the Composition of “A Vision of the Sea” [17-20] Elsie F. Mayer Did Shelley Know Wordsworth’s Peter Bell? [20-24] Jack Benoit Gohn A Photograph of Thomas Moore [24-25] Hoover H. Jordan Hazlitt and a Case of Charitable Journalism [26-27] David McCracken Aurora Raby in Don Juan: A Byronic Heroine [28-34] Charles J. Clancy Articles Isabella Jane Towers, John Towers, and Keats [35-58] Stuart M. Sperry Shelley on Sculpture: The Uffizi Notes [59-77] Frederic S. Colwell The Style of Millennial Announcement in Prometheus Unbound [78-101] V. A. DeLuca Byron’s Use of Dante in The Prophecy of Dante [102-19] Beverly Taylor Infelix Culpa: Poetry and the Skeptic’s Faith in Don Juan [120-38] David J. Leigh, S. J. Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [7-44] Keats’s “How Many Bards” and Poetic Tradition [14-22] Robert F. Gleckner The Glaucus Episode: An Interpretation of Book III of Endymion [23-34] William Garrett Davy’s A Discourse, Introductory to A Course of Lectures on Chemistry: A Possible Scientific Source of Frankenstein [35-44] Laura F. Crouch Articles The Necessity of Response: How Shelley’s Radical Poetry Works [45-69] Richard Hendrix Apocalyptic Scepticism: The Imagery of Shelley’s “The Triumph of Life” [70-86] Lloyd Abbey Regency Newspaper Verse: An Anonymous Squib on Wordsworth [87-107] Stanley Jones B. R. Haydon and The Examiner [108-32] Colbert Kearney Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [7-38] Annotated Manuscript Corrects of Shelley’s Prose Essays [10-21] E. B. Murray Shelley and the Duty of Hope [22-28] Norman Thurston Shelley and Smith: Two Sonnets on Ozymandias [29-31] M. K. Bequette Keats’s “Hymn to Pan”: A Debt to Shaftesbury? [31-34] Robert M. Ryan Byron on Joanna Southcott and Undeserved Salvation [34-38] Frederick L. Beaty Articles Ave Madeline: Ironic Annunciation in Keats’s “The Eve of St. Agnes” [39-50] Gail McMurray Gibson The Performing Narrator in Keats’s Poetry [51-71] William C. Stephenson Charles Jeremiah Wells: An Early Keatsian Poet [72-87] Priscilla Johnston Shelley’s Witch of Atlas [88-100] Richard Cronin From Filthy Type to Truth: Miltonic Myth in Frankenstein [101-13] Leslie Tannenbaum Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [7-25] Dante’s Paradiso and Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale” [13-15] Jeffrey Robinson King Lear and the Image of Ruth in Keats’s “Nightingale” Ode [15-22] Barry Gradman Keats’s “I’d rather go to hell . . .” [22-24] Willard B. Pope Byron and the Eunuch Muse: Don Juan XI.58 [24-25] Douglas Little Articles Narrator and Narration in Don Juan [26-42] Leslie A. Marchand Phenomenology and Process: Perception in Keats’s “I Stood Tip-toe” [43-54] Marjorie Norris The Confirmation of Keats’s Belief in Negative Capability: The “Ode on Indolence” [55-64] William F. Zak Keats’s Face of Moneta: Source and Meaning [65-80] Anne K. Mellor Shelley’s The Revolt of Islam: “The Connexion of Its Parts” [81-102] Richard H. Haswell Shelley’s “Plumed Insects Swift and Free” [103-21] Lloyd N. Jeffrey Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
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