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Volume 55 (2006)

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 Fam . . .
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Volume 54 (2005)

News and Notes [7-78] Articles Jailhouse Journalism: Leigh Hunt and the Examiner, 1813-1815. [79-92] Nicki Hessell. Shellyan Lyricism and the Romantic Historicization of Musical Aesthetics. [93-112] Jessica K. Quillin. Vegetarianism and Vitality in the Work of Thomas Forster, William Lawrence and P. B. Shelley. [113-132] Sharon Ruston. Utopian Domesticity as Social Reform in Mary Shelley’s Falkner. [133-147] Me . . .
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Volume 53 (2004)

News and Notes [7-24] Articles Class and Politics in Keats’s Admiration of Chatterton. [25-38] Beth Lau. “A tissue of fables”: Rousseau, Gender, and Textuality in Godwin’s Fleetwood. [39-60] Anne Chandler. “England Yet Sleeps”: Intertextuality, Nationalism, and Risorgimento in P. B. Shelley’s Swellfoot the Giant. [61-85] Thomas H Schmid. John Keats and ‘The Poison’ . . .
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Volume 52 (2003)

News and Notes [7-48] Articles Oer Leaping the Bounds: The Sexing of the Creative Soul in Shelley’s Epipsychidion [21-49] Ghislaine McDayter Shelley’s Revision of Coleridgean Traditionalism in “Lines Written Among the Euganean Hills” [50-76] Fred V. Randel Revolution or Reaction? Shelley’s Assassins and the Politics of Necessity [77-93] Cian Duffy Dominion of Demeter: Mary Shelley’ . . .
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Volume 51 (2002)

News and Notes [7-34] New Keats Letters and an Update [21-29] Grant F. Scott Sorting Byron’s “Windsor Poetics” [30-34] Andrew M. Stauffer Articles “Cortez–or Balboa, or Somebody Like That”: Form, Fact, and Forgetting in Keats’s “Chapman’s Homer” Sonnet [35-75] Charles Rzepka Keats Against Dante: The Sonnet on Paolo and Francesca [76-93] Peter Levine Mary Hay . . .
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Volume 50 (2001)

News and Notes [7-26] “A Massive Dramatic Plum Pudding”: The Politics of Reception in the Early Antwerp Performance of Shelley’s The Cenci [14-26] Kris Steyaert Articles “The Science of Letters”: Five Unpublished Mary Shelley Letters [27-34] Betty T. Bennett Contesting Liberty: The Figure of William Wallace in Poems by Hemans, Hogg, and Baillie [35-63] Nancy Moore Goslee “Transform . . .
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Volume 49 (2000)

News and Notes [7-30] The Region of Beauty and Delight: Walton’s Polar Fantasies in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein [24-29] Rudolph Beck Articles John Keats and George Felton Mathew: Poetics, Politics, and the European Magazine [31-46] Nicholas Roe Eve’s Dream will Do Here: Miltonic Dreaming in Keats’s Eve of St. Agnes [47-66] Nancy R. Rosenfeld Keats in the Age of Consumption: the “Ode to a . . .
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Volume 48 (1999)

News and Notes [7-34] From the Life: a Letter from Joseph Severn to John Taylor [20-21] James L. Weil Contemporary Notice of the Shelleys’ History of a Six Weeks’ Tour: Two New Early Reviews [22-29] Benjamin Colbert “The Truth in Masquerade”: Byron’s Don Juan and Walter Scott’s The Antiquary [30-34] Sharon Ragaz Articles Monstrous Inheritance: The Sexual Politics of Genre in Shelle . . .
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Volume 47 (1998)

News and Notes [7-31] A John Keats Letter Rediscovered [14-18] Dearing Lewis Whose Sadak is Wandering? P. B. Shelley and the Problem of Attribution [18-28] Neil Fraistat Byron’s “Impromptu on a Recent incident”: A New Text of a Regency Squib [29-31] Jeffery Vail Articles Don Juan and the Quest for Deliberate Action [33-62] A.B. England On the Instability of Vessels and Narratives: A Nautical Perspec . . .
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Volume 46 (1997)

[A special issue for the Mary Shelley Bicentenary year] News and Notes [7-22] Special Forum: “Editing Mary Shelley” [23-49] Betty T. Bennett, Nora Crook, Stuart Curran, Charles E. Robinson Articles Newly Uncovered Letters and Poems by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: (“It was my birthday and it pleased me to tell the people so–“) [51-74] Betty T. Bennett Mathilda: Mary Shelley’s Romant . . .
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