Studies in Romanticism 54.3 is now available online, and contains the following:
- Mark Canuel, Race, Writing, and Don Juan
- Alexander M. Schlutz, 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.
Issue 54.4 (Winter 2015) is also announced and on its way to subscribers, with articles by Nina Amstutz, Jason Berger, Mai-Lin Cheng, Andrew McKendry, and James Harriman-Smith and book reviews by John Bugg, Mark Parker, Brittany Pladek, and John Savarese. The full table of contents can be viewed on the SiR website.