New Issue of the Byron Journal 37:2 (2009)

The latest issue of the Byron Journal (37:2, 2009), edited by Alan Rawes, has just appeared. It contains the following articles and reviews:


‘Eden’s Door’: The Porous Worlds of Don Juan and Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage
pp. 109-120
Byron’s Marginalia to English Bards and Scotch Reviewers
pp. 131-139
‘Not in a Christian Church’: Westminster Abbey and the Memorialisation of Byron
pp. 141-150
On a Special Copy of Caroline Lamb’s Glenarvon Recently Discovered in the Koninklijke Bibliotheek
pp. 151-160
‘Byron and Women (and Men)’ 2 May 2009 Nottingham Trent University
pp. 161-162
‘Byron, Pushkin and Russia’ 1–5 July 2009 Maxim Gorky Institute, Moscow, and Pushkin Conference Centre, Mikhailovskoye
pp. 163-165
International Byron Event 14–18 September 2009 Tirana, Albania
pp. 166-169
Letter to the Reviews Editor
pp. 170-170
Byromania and the Birth of Celebrity Culture (review)
pp. 171-173
Byron: The Image of the Poet (review)
pp. 173-175
Adam Mickiewicz: The Life of a Romantic (review)
pp. 176-177
Wordsworth and the poetry of What We Are (review)
pp. 178-179
New Writings by William Hazlitt (review)
pp. 180-182
The Suffering Traveller and the Romantic Imagination (review)
pp. 182-183
The Lake Poets and Professional Identity (review)
pp. 184-185
Advertising and Satirical Culture in the Romantic Period (review)
pp. 185-187
The Unfamiliar Shelley (review)
pp. 187-189
Literary Orientalism: A Companion (review)
pp. 189-190
Are the Humanities Inconsequent? Interpreting Marx’s Riddle of the Dog (review)
pp. 191-193

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