News and Notes [1-9] Articles Trelawny’s Family Background and Naval Career [11-32] Anne Hill Keats and Hood [33-48] Alvin Whitley Byron and the London Magazine [49-68] Elmer L. Brooks The Authorship of “The Poet” and Other Sonnets [69-80] Mabel A. E. Steele Young Shelley and the Ancient Moralists [81-86] Roy R. Male, Jr. Keats as a Humanist [87-96] Roberta D. Cornelius Three New Byron Letters [97-102] David Bonnell Green The Influence of Chatterton on Keats [103-108] Nai-tung Ting Book Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
News Notes [1-6] Articles The Ode on a Grecian Urn [7-14] Martha Hale Shackford Hardy’s Shelley [15-30] Phyllis Bartlett New Sources on Lord Byron at Missolonghi [31-46] James A. Notopoulos Keats and Chatterton [47-54] Robert Gittings The One “Mont Blanc” [55-66] Charles H. Vivian Byron and the Austrian Censorship [67-76] Wilfred S. Dowden Keats’s Sonnet on the Tomb of Burns [77-80] J. C. Maxwell William Michael Rossetti and the Shelley Renaissance [81-96] Harris Chewning Reviews Current Bibliography . . .
Articles The House Keats Visited at Bedhampton [1-6] Guy Murchie Keats’s Myth of the Hero [7-25] Dorothy Van Ghent From Don Juan  Lord Byron Byron and Southey: A Suppressed Rejoinder [27-38] C. L. Cline Keats’s Odes: Further Notes [39-46] Edmund Blunden Four Missing Pages from the Shelley Notebook in the Harvard College Library [47-53] Neville Rogers Sonnet: On Sitting Down to Read King Lear Once Again  John Keats Keats’s Theatrical Reviews in the Champion [55-65] Leonidas M. Jones From The Corsair  Lord Byron Trelawny Trepanned [67-73] Guy Steffan Sonnet: On Seeing the Elgin Marbles  John Keats Two New Letters of Keats and Byron [75-88] Madison C. Bates Shelley Scholarship: 1940-1953. A Critical Survey [89-109] Kenneth Neill Cameron From Prometheus Unbound  Percy Bysshe Shelley Current Bibliography From Ode for the Spring of 1814  Leigh Hunt Book Reviews From Hellas Percy Bysshe Shelley News Notes . . .
Articles Shelley’s Last Residence [1-10] Sylva Norman A Leigh Hunt-Byron Letter [11-17] Payson G. Gates Sonnet: To The Nile  John Keats Keats’s Letters: Observations and Notes [19-34] Hyder E. Rollins Byron and Mary Shelley [35-49] Ernest J. Lovell, Jr. Sonnet: To the Nile  Percy Bysshe Shelley Keats’s Odes and Letters: Recurrent Diction and Imagery [51-60] David Perkins Blake’s “Nest of Villains” [61-71] David V. Erdman Sonnet: The Nile  Leigh Hunt Byron and Nicolas Karvellas [73-77] H. B. Forster From Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage  Lord Byron Recent Trends in Keats Scholarship and Criticism [79-98] Clarence D. Thorpe and Donald Pearce Current Bibliography Book Reviews News Notes . . .
Frontispiece–Autograph Letter of John Keats to his Brothers, George and Tom, February 21, 1818 Introducing the Keats-Shelley Journal [iii-v] Articles The Innocent Miss Francis and the Truly Noble Lord Byron [1-10] Iris Origo Keats’s Romantic Seas: “Ruthless” or “Keelless”? [11-22] Newell F. Ford Image and Imagelessness: A Limited Reading of Prometheus Unbound[23-36] Richard Harter Fogle A New Holograph Letter of Keats [37-40] Hyder E. Rollins The Thematic Unity of Adonais [41-46] Melvin R. Watson Newly Identified Writings by John Hamilton Reynolds [47-56] George L. Marsh Three Early Manuscripts of John Keats [57-64] Mabel A. E. Steele Byron’s “To Those Ladies”: An Unpublished Poem [65-70] Ward Pafford Keats’s Sonnet on Chapman’s Homer [71-72] Frederick L. Jones Keats, Shelley, Byron, Hunt: A Critical Sketch of Important Books and Articles concerning them Published in 1940-1950 [73-86] Ernest Bernbaum Current Bibliography . . .
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