News and Notes [1-11] Hanson’s Partner, John Birch David Bonnell Greeen Two New Mary Shelley Letters and the “Irish” Chapters of Perkins Warbeck Gareth W. Dunleavey “Lost” Articles–Information Given and Requested Frederick A. Pottle Articles Kindling and Dwindling: The Poetic Process in Shelley [13-28] Daniel Hughes Keats: “Ode to Psyche” and the Second “Hyperion” [29-42] Robert D. Wagner A Chord in Melancholy: Hood’s Last Years [43-60] William G. Lane Lord Byron and the Americans in Italy [61-76] Paul R. Baker Restless Casuistry: Shelley’s Composition of The Cenci [77-86] Paul Smith Keats’s Use of “Luxury”: A Note on Meaning [87-96] E. F. Guy Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [1-10] Charlotte Smith, Keats, and the Nightingale George W. Whiting John Murray to J. W. Croker: An Unpublished Letter on Keats Lyle H. Kendall, Jr. A Note on the Dedication to Don Juan William C. Childers A Note From the Keats House in Rome Vera Cacciatore Articles Ode on a “New Etrurian” Urn. A Reflection of Wedgwood Ware in the Poetic Imagery of John Keats [11-36] Dwight E. Robinson Byron’s Concept of Ideal Love [37-54] Frederick L. Beaty Shelley in the Encyclopedias [55-66] Donald H. Reiman Paul Elmer More on Byron [67-74] Kenneth B. Newell Keats’s Skepticism and Voltaire [75-94] Sruart M. Sperry, Jr. Shelley”s Prometheus Unbound: Why the Indian Caucasus? [95-106] Joseph Raben Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [1-16] Keats’s Sonnet “To Homer” Thomas Cook Unnoticed Parallels between Ahasuerus and Satan Robert R. Pelletier Keats’s Grecian Urn as Unravished Bride C. R. B. Combellack Keats and the Bible J. C. Maxwell Articles Romance and Reality: Continuity and Growth in Keats’s View of Art [17-30] Albert Gerard Shelley’s Prayer to the West Wind [31-38] Coleman O. Parsons The Brown-Dilke Controversy [39-46] Jack Stillinger Byron and “the New Force of the People” [47-64] David V. Erdman Ozymandias and the Travelers [65-72] H. M. Richmond Keats’s Medical Training and the Last Stanza of the “Ode to Psyche” [73-82] Charles W. Hagelman, Jr. John Hamilton Reynolds and Thomas Hood [83-96] Peter Morgan Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [1-13] The Context of Keats’s “Fairy’s Song” Jack Stillinger The Indian Elements of the “Indian Serenade” B. A. Park “I stood Tip toe upon a Little Hill”: A Hitherto Uncollated Fragment Neville Rogers and Mabel A. E. Steele Articles Christmas Day 1818 [15-28] Aileen Ward Mary Shelley, Traveler [29-42] Elizabeth Nitchie The Reynolds-Hood Commonplace Book: A Fresh Appraisal [43-52] Paul Kaufman Shelley’s Julian and Maddalo [53-58] J. E. Saveson Keats and the Bible [59-70] Lloyd N. Jeffrey Current Bibliography Book Reviews Index to Volumes I-X, 1952-1961 . . .
Notes [85-90] “Two or Three Posies” Mark L. Reed William Haygarth: Forgotten Philhellene William Randel Articles The Ode “To Autumn” [91-98] B. C. Southam Thomas Noon Talfourd on Byron and the Imagination [99-114] William A. Coles Three New Leigh Hunt Letters [115-24] William H. Marshall Shelley and Colin Wilson [125-30] Charles H. Kegel Book Reviews . . .
News and Notes [1-13] “The Realms of Gold” Carl L. Johnson Dip of the Skylark Carl R. Woodring Articles On First Looking into Swedenborg’s Philosophy: A New Keats-Circle Letter [15-26] Edward B. Hinckley Canto I of The Revolt of Islam [27-34] Frederick L. Jones Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
Notes [89-94] “Leigh Hunt & His Companions” Willard B. Pope The Brewer-Leigh Hunt Collection at the State University of Iowa Frank S. Hanlin Articles Leigh Hunt’s Lost Brother and the American Legacy [95-102] Stephen F. Fogle Leigh Hunt’s Hand in Samuel Carter Hall’s Book of Gems [103-118] David Bonnell Green John Hunt as Byron’s Publisher [119-134] Leslie A. Marchand Leigh Hunt: His Contribution to English Romanticism [133-144] Louis Landre Book Reviews . . .
Hyder Edward Rollins [1-4] News and Notes[5-38] Keats: Theme and Image in a Sonnet Paul R. Baumgartner Shelley “The Cloud” and Pope’s “The Rape of the Lock”: An Unsuspected Link Allan H. MacLaine Articles The Significance of the Humor in “Lamia” [17-26] Georgia S. Dunbar Moral and Myth in Mrs. Shelley’s Frankenstein [27-38] M. A. Goldberg Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes [1-11] The Meaning of Shelley’s “Glirastes” Frederick A. Pottle Byron, Madame de Stael, and Albertine Elizabeth Nitchie “On the Sale by Auction of Keats’ Love Letters”: A Footnote to Wilde’s Sonnet Brooks Wright Articles Shelley and Tragedy: The Case of Beatrice Cenci [13-22] Melvin R. Watson The Shield and the Urn [23-28] I. B. Cauthen, Jr. Reptile-Love in Shelley [29-46] Lloyd N. Jeffrey Reynolds and Keats [47-60] Leonidas M. Jones Taylor and Hessey: Aspects of Their Conduct of the London Magazine [61-68] Peter F. Morgan A Decade of Byron Scholarship: 1946-1956. A Selective Survey [69-86] Willis W. Pratt The Shelley Notebooks: A Review [87-96] James A. Notopoulos Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News and Notes[1-13] Keats’s Indian Allegory Phylllis G. Mann An Unidentified Article by Benjamin Robert Haydon Elmer L. Brooks The Concluding Stanzas of “The Eve of St. Agnes” Cecil C. Seronsy Articles Benjamin Bailey’s Scrapbook [15-30] Hyder E. Rollins Shelley’s Ozymandias [31-36] Johnstone Parr The Fall of Endymion: A Study in Keats’s Intellectual Growth [37-58] Glen O. Allen Leigh Hunt on Wordsworth and Coleridge [59-74] George D. Stout Charles Knight and Shelley [75-86] W. G. Bebbington Keats and Milton: The Paradox of Rejection [87-96] John D. Rosenberg New Letters, Articles, and Poems by John Hamilton [97-108] Leonidas M. Jones Keats’s Fairy Sonnet [109-114] J. Burke Severs Book ReviewsCurrent Bibliography . . .
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