Studies in Romanticism 50.1 (Spring 2011) Available

Here are the articles and reviews from the latest issue of Studies in Romanticism (50.1, Spring 2011).

1. “My Soul in Agony”: Irrationality and Christianity in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Author: Stokes, Christopher

p. 3-28

2. “Striking Passages”: Memory and the Romantic Imprint
Author: Miller, Ashley

p. 29-53

3. Wordsworth’s Epitaphic Poetics and the Print Market
Author: Hess, Scott

p. 55-78

4. Keeping Nature at Bay: John Clare’s Poetry of Wonder
Author: McAlpine, Erica

p. 79-104

5. Night in Novalis, Schelling, and Hegel
Author: Gwee, Li Sui

p. 105-124

6. Keeping Time with the Mail-Coach: Anachronism and De Quincey’s “The English Mail-Coach”
Author: Maa, Gerald

p. 125-143

7. Emotions in Translation: Helen Maria Williams and “Beauties Peculiar to the English Language”
Author: Joy, Louise

p. 145-171

8. William Blake and the Hunt Circle
Author: Ripley, Wayne C

p. 173-193

9. Andrew Franta, Romanticism and the Rise of the Mass Public
Author: Eckert, Lindsey

p. 195-198

10. Devoney Looser, Women Writers and Old Age in Great Britain, 1750-1850
Author: Staves, Susan

p. 198-202

11. Ian Dennis, Lord Byron and the History of Desire
Author: Franklin, Caroline

p. 202-205

12. Denise Gigante, Life: Organic Form and Romanticism
Author: Goslee, Nancy Moore

p. 205-213

13. Andrew Piper, Dreaming in Books: The Making of the Bibliographic Imagination in the Romantic Age
Author: Stauffer, Andrew M
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