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Volume 36 (1987)

News and Notes [7-31] The Manuscript of Keats’s Letters: An Update [16-19] Jack Stillinger A Source for Keats’s Misquotation of Lear [20] Eric Rasmussen and Arthur Evenchik On the Third Stanza of Keats’s “Ode on a Grecian Urn” [20-25] David A. Kent An Early Response to Shelley’s The Necessity of Atheism [26-31] Stuart Peterfreund Articles Keats: The Poet-Healer and the Problem of P . . .
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Volume 35 (1986)

News and Notes [7-41] Leigh Hunt’s Presentation Copy of Shelley’s Alastor Volume [17-20] Mary A. Quinn New Light on Shelley’s “Lines to ——” [20-23] William J. Burling The Dantean Politics of The Prisoner of Chillon [23-29] William A. Ulmer Further Corrections to Amy Lowell’s Transcriptions of Keats’s Marginalia [30-38] Beth Lau Maritime Antecedents of John Keats: . . .
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Volume 34 (1985)

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 “Unre . . .
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Volume 33 (1984)

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 [4 . . .
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Volume 32 (1983)

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 Pers . . .
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Volume 31 (1982)

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 Mu . . .
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Volume 30 (1981)

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 . . .
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Volume 29 (1980)

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 Shelley̵ . . .
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Volume 28 (1979)

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  . . .
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Volume 27 (1978)

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 Wor . . .
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