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Volume 6 (1957)

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 L . . .
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Volume 5 (1956)

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 [97-1 . . .
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Volume 4 (1955)

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. Maxw . . .
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Volume 3 (1954)

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 [26] 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 Agai . . .
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Volume 2 (1953)

Articles Shelley’s Last Residence [1-10] Sylva Norman A Leigh Hunt-Byron Letter [11-17] Payson G. Gates Sonnet: To The Nile [18] 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 [50] Percy Bysshe Shelley Keats’s Odes and Letters: Recurrent Diction and Imagery [51-60] David Perkins Blake’s “ . . .
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Volume 1 (1952)

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 . . .
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2013 Symposium, “Romantic Manuscripts in a Digital World”

The Keats-Shelley Association of America & the Fordham University New York City Romanticism Group will hold a symposium on Saturday, May 4, 2013 9:15 AM to 1:30 South Lounge, 2nd floor Fordham University, Lincoln Center Columbus (9th) Avenue at 60th Street  Jerome McGann has recently and persuasively argued that we are now in the midst of a globalized turn from a “Textual Condition” to a “Digital Condition” in wh . . .
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2011 Symposium, “Was There a Literary Regency?”

The Keats-Shelley Association of America is happy to announce an all-day Symposium at Fordham University, May 14, 2011, hosted by the New York City Romanticism Group in association with the K-SAA. May 14, 2011 Fordham University, Lincoln Center New York, NY 12th floor conference room 9:15am-6:00pm With an opening Round Table on “1816 as Literary Year” featuring Stephen Behrendt, Sonia Hofkosh, and Jerrold Hogle. and . . .
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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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