Romanticism on the Net

Numéro 40, November 2005

Sommaire (13 articles)

Articles

  1. Coleridge and Column Inches
  2. After Keats: The Return of Joseph Severn to England in 1838
  3. “The Standard of Revolt”: Revolution and National Independence in Moore’s Lalla Rookh
  4. Death and the Castrated: The Complex Psyches of Valperga
  5. Metropolitan Wordsworth: Allegory as Affirmation and Critique in The Prelude
  6. Jerusalem and “the Jew:” Biopolitics Between Blake and Spinoza
  7. “Instruction a Torment”? Jane Austen’s Early Writing and Conflicting Versions of Female Education in Romantic-Era “Conservative” British Women’s Novels
  8. Groundless Metaphors and Living Maps in the Writing of Mary Shelley
  9. “Re-Collecting De Quincey” – A Review-essay of The Works of Thomas De Quincey. Gen. ed. Grevel Lindop. 21 Volumes. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2000-2003. ISBN 1-85196-054-6 (for the complete set). Price: £1650/US$2775.

Reviews

  1. Margarette Lincoln. Representing the Royal Navy: British Sea Power, 1750-1815. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002. ISBN 0 7546 0830 1. Price: £37.50 (US$74.95).
  2. Paul Youngquist. Monstrosities: Bodies and British Romanticism. Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. ISBN 0816639795 (cloth), 0816639809 (paper). Price: $59.95 cloth, $19.95 paper.
  3. Helen Braithwaite. Romanticism, Publishing and Dissent: Joseph Johnson and the Cause of Liberty. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2003. ISBN 0333983944. Price: £50/US$90.
  4. M. O. Grenby. The Anti-Jacobin Novel: British Conservatism and the French Revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-521-80351-9. Price: US$65.00.