News and Notes [7-28] Greek Sources of “Writ in Water”: A Further Note [12-13] A. J. Woodman Keats and the Ancient Mariner: Book III of Endymion [13-15] Frank W. Pearce A Possible Pun in Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale” [15-17] Eugene J. Harding Gnashing and Wailing in Prometheus Unbound [17-20] E. B. Murray Mary Shelley and the Roger Dodsworth Hoax [20-28] Charles E. Robinson Articles Shelley’s Metaphysical System in Act IV of Prometheus Unbound [29-48] James B. Twitchell Reflexive Imagery in Shelley [49-69] William Keach Masks of the Poet: A Study of Self-Confrontation in Shelley’s Poetry [70-88] James C. Evans Shaftesbury’s Characteristics and the Conclusion of “Ode on a Grecian Urn” [89-101] Harry M. Solomon Soul-Making in “Ode on a Grecian Urn” [102-07] James Shokoff Nature and Narrative in Byron’s “The Prisoner of Chillon” [108-18] Gerald C. Wood “Galvinism upon Mutton,” Byron̵ . . .
News and Notes [11-31] Godwin’s Memoirs as a Source of Shelley’s Phrase “Intellectual Beauty” [14-20] Burton R. Pollin William Godwin’s Lengthy Preoccupation with Antonio [21-24] Parks C. Hunter, Jr. An Unremarked Drawing of Edward Trelawny [24-25] Marcia Allentuck Corrections to Amy Lowell’s Reading of Keats’s Marginalia [25-31] Norman A. Anderson Articles Prometheus Unbound, Act I, “The play’s the thing” [32-51] James R. Bennett Some Scientific Models for Shelley’s Multitudinous Orb [52-59] Thomas A Reisner The Poet Borne Darkly: The Dream-Voyage Allegory in Shelley’s Alastor [60-76] John C. Bean “The Depth of Things”: Keats and Human Space [77-95] Arthur H. Bell “Ode on a Grecian Urn” and The Excursion [95-105] Mario L. D’Avanzo Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde and the Rhythm of Experience in Keats’s “What can I do to drive away” [106-18] Ronald Primeau Edward . . .
News and Notes [11-42] Greek Sources of “Writ in Water” [17-18] Oonagh Lahr The Infinite Will: Shakespeare’s Troilus and the “Ode to aNightingale” [18-23] Bruce E. Haley The Nightingale Ode and Sophocles [23-27] Keith Hollingsworth Ritual Sacrifice and Time in “Ode on a Grecian Urn” [27-29] Leslie M. Thompson Southey’s “Satanic School” Remarks: An Old Charge for a New Offender [29-33] Emily Lorraine de Montluzin Byron’s Boat, the Morat Bones, and Mr. St. Aubyn: A New Autobiographical Letter [33-38] Richard B. Kline A Clarification Concerning John Polidori, Lord Byron’s Physician [38-40] Robert R. Harson Byron’s Lines on John William Rizzo Hoppner [40-42] Francis R. Walton Articles Shelley’s Philosophy of History: A Reconsideration [43-63] William Royce Campbell “Beasts of the Woods and Wilderness” in the Poetry of Shelley [64-82] Lloyd N. Jeffrey The Dating of Shelley’s “On the D . . .
News and Notes [7-21] Madeline’s House Is Not Her Castle [11-14] Arthur H. Bell Keats’s Own Annotated copy of Endymion [14-17] Robert H. Swennes Keats’s Letter to Reynolds, 17 April 1818 [17-19] W. H. Bond An Unpublished Account of Encounters with William Godwin in 1804 [19-21] Marcia Allentuck Byron’s William Parry: Post-Postscript  Donald H. Reiman Articles Ambivalent Morality in the Elgin Marbles Sonnet [22-36] E. B. Murray Holy Living and Holy Dying in Keats’s Poetry [37-61] Newell H. Ford Form and Substance in “Grecian Urn” [62-70] Bruce E. Miller “Ode to the West Wind” and the Sonnet Form [71-77] Helen E. Haworth Shelley, Medwin, and The Wandering Jew [78-86] S. G. Andrews A Look at the Third and Fourth Spirit Songs: Prometheus Unbound, I [87-99] William H. Hildebrand Shelleyan “Allegory” Epipsychidion [100-112] Frank D. McConnell Byron’s “Tintern Abbey” [113-21] Robert R. Harson Book Reviews . . .
News and Notes [1-9] Postscript to The Last Days of Lord Byron [4-7] William St. Clair The Stanzaic Pattern of Shelley’s “Ode to the West Wind” [7-8] Ben L. Collins On the Date of a Shelley to Hogg [8-9] Lyle H. Kendall, Jr. Articles John Hamilton Reynolds, James Rice, and Benjamin Bailey in the Leigh Browne-Lockyer Collection [11-40] Clayton Hudnall Textual Emendations for Three Poems by Shelley [41-48] Judith Chernaik Shelley’s Concept of Conscience [49-62] William Royce Campbell Shelley’s Alastor: The Quest for a Vision [63-76] Bryan Cooper Two New Contemporary Reviews of Shelley’s Queen Mab [77-86] Lewis M. Schwartz A Blueprint for English Bards and Scotch Reviewers: The First Satire of Juvenal [87-100] Mary Clearman Byron’s Mock Review of Rosa Matilda’s Epic on the Prince Regent–A New Attribution [101-17] David V. Erdman Book Reviews Current Bibliography (issued separately) . . .
News and Notes [1-16] Shelley and Burke’s Swinish Multitude Roland Bartel The Davis Collection of Byronia William H. Marshall Warton and Keats: Two Views of Melancholy Oliver W. Ferguson Keats and Benjamin West’s King Lear S. R. Swaminathan Articles Byron on Malthus and the Population Problem [17-26] Frederick L. Beaty Lord Byron and Baron Lutzerode: An Important Presentation Volume [29-38] Robert Mortenson Mont Blanc’s Unfurled Veil [39-48] E. B. Murray Peter Parker in Perry’s Paper: Two Unpublished Byron Letters [49-60] Thomas L. Ashton “The Birds within the Wind”: A Study in Shelley’s Use of Natural History [61-80] Lloyd N. Jeffrey Byron’s Waltz: The Germans and Their Georges [81-96] William Childers Keats’s Concept of the Ethereal [97-106] George Bornstein Book Reviews [107-121] . . .
News and Notes [1-13] Cwm Elan and Nangtwillt: Two Vanished Sites Priscilla P. St. George Keats’s Humor in “La belle dame sans merci” Jane Rabb Cohen Articles Phonemic Patterning in Keats’s “Ode on Melancholy” [15-30] Ann Lozano John Taaffe’s Annotated Copy of Adonais [31-52] Richard Harter Fogle Shelley’s Beatrice and the Romantic Concept of Tragic Character [53-74] Joseph W. Donohue, Jr. Stylistic Discipline in The Fall of Hyperion [75-88] Paul D. Sheats Leigh Hunt’s Efforts to Encourage an Appreciation of Classical Music [89-96] David R. Cheney The Limits of Skepticism: The Byronic Affirmation [97-112] Michael G. Cooke Keats as Enchanter: An Organizing Principle of The Eve of St. Agnes [113-120] Marian Hollingsworth Cusac Book Reviews [121-133] . . .
News and Notes [1-8] Keats as John Foster’s “Man of Decision” Clarke Olney Articles Some 1813 Byron Letters [9-22] Truman Guy Steffan A Question of the Imprint of Wedgwood in the Longer Poems of Keats [23-28] Dwight E. Robinson The First Edition of Shelley’s Poetical Works (1839): Some Manuscript Sources [29-38] Irving Massey Shelley’s “Gothic” Novels [39-50] David G. Haliburton Nicholson’s Lost Portrait of WIlliam Godwin: A Study in Phrenology [51-60] Burton R. Pollin Keats’s and Vergil’s Underworlds: Source and Meaning in Book II of Endymion [61-72] Mario L. D’Avanzo Nature’s Eremite: Keats and the Liturgy of Passion [73-78] David Ormerod ‘Self-Destroying’ Love in Keats [79-92] Stanley K. Russell Book Reviews . . .
News and Notes [1-14] Leigh Hunt on Shelley’s Missing Will: An Unpublished Letter Lyle H. Kendall, Jr. Shelley’s Atheism: An Early Victorian Explanation George Mathewson Two Letters of William Godwin Wayne Cook Articles Shelley and the Ladder of Love [15-24] Daniel Stempel The Secrets of an Elder Day: Shelley After Hellas [25-42] Jerome J. McGann Prometheus Unbound and Aeschylean Dramaturgy [43-48] James R. Hurt Imagery and Theme in Byron’s Cain [49-58] W. Paul Elledge Negative Capability in Keats’s Diction [59-68] Nathan Comfort Starr Keats and the “Spirit that Laughest” [69-86] Martin Halpern “Tease us out of thought”: Keats’s Epistle to Reynolds and the Odes [87-98] Mary Visick New Texts of Shelley’s Plato [99-116] James A. Notopoulos Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [3-14] Lord Byron as “Albe” James Reiger The Revolt of Islam and Paradise Lost Robert R. Pelletier Byron, Mary Shelley, and Madame de Stael Ernest J. Lovell, Jr. Articles On Looking into Keats’s Voyagers [15-22] Carl Woodring Shelley in Middlemarch [23-32] Roland A. Duerksen On the Meaning of Keats’s Endymion [33-54] Bruce E. Miller Marino Falieri, the Byronic Hero, and Don Juan [55-64] Donald M. Hassler Keats’s Answer to Dante: The Fall of Hyperion [65-78] John Saly Leigh Hunt, Thomas Powell, and the Florentine Tales [79-88] Stephen F. Fogel Book Reviews William Alexander Jackson [103-04] Current Bibliography . . .
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