Studies in Romanticism 57.4

Studies in Romanticism 57.4 (Winter 2019) is available, and contains:

Articles

  • JONATHAN P. RIBNER, Resistance and Persistence: On the Fortunes and Reciprocal  International Influences of  French Romanticism
  • HOPE ROGERS, Secret Agents: Agency without Responsibility in The Mysteries of Udolpho
  • ELLEN MALENAS LEDOUX, Commerce, Civic Education, and Romantic Drama: Stage Illusion in Coleridge’s Remorse
  • CLAIRE KNOWLES, Della Cruscanism and Newspaper Poetics: Reading the Letters of Simkin and Simon in the World
  • RICHARD MARGGRAF TURLEY, Keats on Two Wheels

Book Reviews

  • Gerald Egan’s Fashioning Authorship in the Long Eighteenth Century: Stylish Books of Poetic Genius (reviewed by Timothy P. Campbell)
  • Devin Griffiths’s The Age of Analogy: Science and Literature Between the Darwins
    (reviewed by Adam Sneed)
  • Daniel DeWispelare’s Multilingual Subjects: On Standard English, Its Speakers, and Others in the Long Eighteenth Century (reviewed by Melissa Schoenberger)
  • Amanda Jo Goldstein’s Sweet Science: Romantic Materialism and the New Logics of Life (reviewed by John Savarese)

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