SiR issues 54:1 and 54:2

If you read Studies in Romanticism by way of Literature Online, you can now read issue 54:1 (Summer 2015), the special issue An Illegitimate Legacy: Essays in Romantic Theater History in Memory of Jane Moody, edited by Kevin Gilmartin, and containing:

Also recently released is issue 54:2 (Fall 2015), which contains:

  • Mark Canuel, Race, Writing, and Don Juan
  • Alexander M. Schultz, Recovering the Beauty of Medusa
  • Anne C. McCarthy, The Aesthetics of Contingency in the Shelleyan “Universe of               Things,” or, “Mont Blanc,” without Mont Blanc
  • Ashly Bennett, Shame and Sensibility: Jane Austen’s Humiliated Heroines
  • Brittany Pladek, “In sickness not ignoble”: Soul-making and the Pains of Identity in the Hyperion Poems
  • Jeffrey A. Bernstein, review of Silke-Maria Weineck’s The Tragedy of Fatherhood: King Laius and the Politics of Paternity in the West
  • Marc Redfield, review of Brian McGrath’s The Poetics of Unremembered Acts: Reading, Lyric, Pedagogy
  • Scott J. Juengel, review of Nancy Yousef’s Romantic Intimacy
  • Theresa M. Kelley, review of Andrew Warren’s The Orient and the Young Romantics

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