Romanticism on the Net

Number 45, February 2007

Table of contents (18 articles)


  1. William Blake and the Music of the Songs
  2. Romanticism on Ice: Coleridge, Hogg and the Eighteenth-Century Missions to Greenland
  3. Cultivating a “Dissenting Frame of Mind”: Radical Education, the Rhetoric of Inquiry, and Anna Barbauld’s Poetry
  4. Burke’s “Revolutionary Book”: Conservative Politics and Revolutionary Aesthetics in the Reflections
  5. “A sick man’s dream”: Jephthah, Judges, and Blake’s Visions of the Daughters of Albion
  6. Effusive Elegies or Catty Critic: Letitia Elizabeth Landon On Felicia Hemans
  7. Letters to Lord Byron
  8. The “silver net of civilization”: Aesthetic Imperialism in Mary Shelley’s The Last Man
  9. Constructing Treason, Narrating Truth: The 1794 Treason Trial of Thomas Holcroft and the Fate of English Jacobinism
  10. Creative Shipwrecks: Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Byron’s Don Juan
  11. Countering ‘the poverty of thought in novels’: radical authorship and The Royal Captives by Ann Yearsley
  12. Re-imagining Olympus: Keats and the Mythology of the Individual Consciousness
  13. Wherewith They Weave a Paradise: Keats and the Luscious Poem
  14. The Silent Woman in the “Criminal Conversation” Trial and her Displaced Defences: “A Letter Always Reaches its Destination”


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