Studies in Romanticism 53.4 (Winter 2014)

Studies in Romanticism 53.4 (Winter 2014) contains the following articles and reviews:

  • Jerome McGann, “Reflections on Textual and Documentary Media in a Romantic and Post-Romantic Horizon”
  • Amanda Lahikainen, “’British Asignats’: Debt, Caricature, and Romantic Subjectivity in 1797”
  • Rachel Feder, “The Experimental Dorothy Wordsworth”
  • Jessie Reeder, “‘A World Without “Dependant Kings’: Eighteen Hundred and Eleven and the Forms of Informal Empire”
  • Lynn Voskuil, “Sotherton and the Geography of Empire: The Landscapes of Mansfield Park
  • Reviews:
  • Eric Lindstrom, Review of Stephen Gill’s Wordsworth’s Revisitings
  • Tom Duggett, Review of Stuart Andrews’s Robert Southey: History, Politics, Religion
  • Alan Bewell, Review of Theresa M. Kelley’s Clandestine Marriage: Botany and Romantic Culture
  • Daniel Hannah, Review of Scott Hess’s William Wordsworth and the Ecology of Authorship: The Roots of Environmentalism in Nineteenth-Century Culture
  • Adriana Craciun, Review of Jon Klancher’s Transfiguring the Arts and Sciences: Knowledge and Cultural Institutions in the Romantic Age
  • Jerrold E. Hogle, Review of James Chandler’s An Archeology of Sympathy: The Sentimental Mode in Literature and Cinema
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