The Fall 2014 issue of Studies in Romanticism is the special issue “New Directions in Romanticism and Gender: Essays in Honor of Anne. K. Mellor,” coedited by Noah Comet and Susan J. Wolfson.
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This special issue contains the following articles and reviews:
- Noah Comet, “Introduction: The Legacy of Anne Mellor”
- Michelle Levy, “Do Women Have a Book History?”
- Roxanne Eberle, “Amelia and John Opie: Conjugal Sociability and Romanticism’s Professional Arts”
- Theresa M. Kelley, “Botanical Figura”
- Alan Bewell, “Hyena Trouble”
- Juan Sanchez, “England and Spain and The Domestic Affections: Felicia Hemans and the Politics of Literature”
- Margaret Russett, “Persuasion, Mediation”
- Susan J. Wolfson, “Romanticism & Gender & Melancholy”
- Bruce E. Graver, Review of Mark Lafayette Reed’s A Bibliography of William Wordsworth: 1787-1930
- Matthew VanWinkle, Review of Luke Savin Herrick Wright’s Samuel Taylor Coleridge and the Anglican Church
- Michael O’Neill, “Susan Matoff’s Conflicted Life: William Jerdan, 1782-1869. London Editor, Author and Critic”