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In Memoriam

The Keats-Shelley Association of America extends its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Carol Pforzheimer, a devoted friend and benefactor of this Association for many years. She lived a long and fruitful life, exemplified by a notable generosity of spirit that we, like all who benefited from her solicitude, treasure in memory. Stuart Curran, President . . .
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Romantic Circles Audio: Bright Star Panel Discussion

On 13 September 2009, the Keats-Shelley Association of America hosted a special advance screening of Jane Campion’s new film Bright Star, about the love between John Keats and Fanny Brawne, at the New York Public Library. Following the screening was a special panel of reactions to the movie, featuring Stuart Curran (distinguished professor Emeritus of the University of Pennsylvania and president of the K-SAA), . . .
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Keats-Shelley Prize 2009

The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association invites applications for the Twelfth Annual Keats-Shelley Prize, sponsored by The Cowley Foundation, The School of English, University of St Andrews, and The Liberal Magazine. There are two competitions, open to all: for an essay and a poem. The essay can be on any aspect of the life or work of John Keats, P. B. Shelley, Mary Shelley or Lord Byron, and should be of 2,000 – . . .
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Subscriptions to the Keats-Shelley Review

Those interested in purchasing a subscription to the Keats-Shelley Review, published by our associates at the UK Keats-Shelley Memorial Association, can find information at http://www.keats-shelley.co.uk/publications.html#TheKeats-ShelleyReview. Please note that individuals can subscribe by becoming members of the KSMA, but institutions will need to go through the publisher at http://www.tandfonline.com/pricing/journ . . .
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Joanna Baillie in New Zealand: A Correction

In my note Joanna Baillie in New Zealand: Eight New Letters (Keats-Shelley Journal 54 [2005] 33-42), I included an unsigned 16 August 1813 letter to Mary Berry. The letter was one of a small group held in the Reed Collection of the Dunedin Public Library in New Zealand. A recent reexamination of the letter has convinced me that it was not written by Baillie. The name Joanna Baillie appears on the letter in another ha . . .
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