Now Available: Keats-Shelley Journal 60 (2011)

Keats-Shelley Journal 60 (2011)


  • “Amelia Curran’s Newfoundland Painting,”by Fiona Pollack, Memorial University
  • “What is a First Edition?  The Case of Don Juan. Cantos VI.–VII.–and VIII.,”  by Gary Dyer, Cleveland State University
  • “`Destined to complete a certain cycle’: Francis Jeffrey and Byron’s Orientalism,” by John J. Regan, University of Cambridge
  • “Framing Difference: The Orientalist Aesthetics of David Roberts and Percy Shelley,” by Manu Samriti Chander, Rutgers University, Newark
  • “The Metaleptic Imagination in Shelley’s Defence of Poetry,” by Kir Kuiken, University at Albany, SUNY
  • “Leigh Hunt and Juvenilia,” by Laurie Langbauer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Books Reviewed: Diane Hoeveler’s Gothic Riffs, Mary A. Favret’s War at a Distance, Scott Krawczyk’s Romantic Literary Families, Daisy Hay’s Young Romantics, Susan J. Wolfson’s Romantic Interactions, Jacques Khalip’s Anonymous Life, Elizabeth A. Fay’s Fashioning Faces, Miriam L. Wallace’s Revolutionary Subjects in the English “Jacobin” Novel, Alan M Weinberg and Timothy Webb’s edited volume The Unfamiliar Shelley, Paul A. Vatalaro’s Shelley’s Music, Stephen C. Hebron and Elizabeth C. Denlinger’s Shelley’s Ghost, L. Adam Mekler and Lucy Morrison’s edited volume Mary Shelley: Her Circle and Contemporaries, David O’Shaugnessy’s monograph William Godwin and the Theatre and his edition of The Plays of William Godwin, Ben P. Robertson’s Inchbald, Hawthorne, and the Romantic Moral Romance, Jennifer N. Wunder’s Keats, Hermeticism and the Secret Societies, and Sue Brown’s Joseph Severn, A Life.

The Annual Bibliography for 2010


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