Keats-Shelley Journal 63 (2014)

The Keats-Shelley Journal has announced the release of volume 63 (2014), which contains:

  • “Peacock’s Lost Epilogue to Skeffington’s Lose No Time” by Nicholas A. Joukovsky
  • “A Note from Godwin to Ollier in the Year of Reform” by Rebecca Nesvet
  • “Rediscovered Shelley and Keats Manuscripts in Krakow” by Stephanie Dumke
  • “William Hilton’s Lost Drawing of Keats” by Scott McEathron
  • “The Poetry of Wandering: ‘Mont Blanc’ in History of a Six Weeks’ Tour” by Michael Erkelenz
  • “Shelley, Urbanization, and Artificial Forms of Society” by Stephen Tedeschi
  • “Passive and Dynamic Sincerity in Mary Shelley’s Falkner” by Jonas Cope
  • Celebrations of Jerrold E. Hogle and Steven E. Jones, 2014 Distinguished-Scholar awardees; reviews of ten recent scholarly books; and the Annual Bibliography of scholarship, focusing on second-generation Romantic-period writers.

The issue is available to subscribers. For subscription and renewal information, or for more information on the Keats-Shelley Association of America, visit http://k-saa.org/.

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European Romantic Review 26.2 (April 2015) now available

The new issue of European Romantic Review, 26.2, is out. It features:

Andrew Burkett, “Photographing Byron’s Hand”

Lindsey Eckert, “Lady Caroline Lamb Beyond Byron: Graham Hamilton, Female Authorship, and the Politics of Public Reputation”

Matthew Clarke, “The ‘luxury of woe’: The Deserted Village and the Politics of Publication”

Joshua Stanley, “Wordsworth and ‘the most unhappy man of men’: Sentimentalism and Representation”

Betsy Winakur Tontiplaphol, “‘Where Pastime Only Had Been Sought’: Wordsworth at the Ballet”

Wayne Deakin, “Acknowledgment and Avoidance in Coleridge and Hölderlin”

Deanna P. Koretsky, “‘Unhallowed arts’: Frankenstein and the Poetics of Suicide”