Romanticism on the Net

Number 29-30, February–May 2003 The Transatlantic Poetess Guest-edited by Laura Mandell

Table of contents (17 articles)

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Articles

  1. “Under the subtle wreath”: Louise Bogan, Felicia Hemans, and Petrarchan Poetics
  2. The Poetics of Expiration: Felicia Hemans
  3. “When Life Becomes Art” -- on Hemans's “Image in Lava”
  4. Laughing at Love: L.E.L. and the Embellishment of Eros
  5. “Thou shalt bid thy fair hands rove”: L. E. L.’s Wooing of Sex, Pain, Death and the Editor
  6. “The soul that dreams it shares the power it feels so well”: The Politics of Sympathy in the Abolitionist Verse of Williams and Yearsley
  7. Politics, Poetics and Propriety: Reviewing Amelia Opie
  8. “Formed with Curious Skill”: Blessington’s negotiation of the “poetess” in Flowers of Loveliness
  9. Reviving Lydia Huntley Sigourney
  10. Phillis Wheatley and the Sentimental Tradition
  11. Lucretia Davidson in Europe: Female Elegy, Literary Transmission and the Figure of the Romantic Poetess
  12. Inventing the “Poétesse”: New Approaches to French Women Romantic Poets

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