Romanticism 21.2 is now available

The new issue of Romanticism is available. It includes the following essays and reviews:

Timothy Webb, “John Hunt and Edwin Atherstone: Further News”

Ewan James Jones, “John ‘Walking’ Stewart and the Ethics of Motion”

Barry Hough, “Coleridge, Employment and the Sorcery of Wealth”

Tara Ghoshal Wallace, “Historical Redgauntlet: Jacobite Delusions and Hanoverian Fantasies”

Ve-Yin Tee, “The Moral Language of Nature”

Shalon Noble, “‘Homeless at Home’: John Clare’s Uncommon Ecology”

Li Ou, “On Negative Capability: Walter Jackson Bate, Negative Capability: The Intuitive Approach in Keats (New York:         Contra Mundum Press, 2012).”


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