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Vol 10. No. 20 - Index

February, 2005

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Vol 7. No. 13 - Index

February, 2005

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William Gifford to Edward Copleston (4/29/1811) - Correspondence Archive

February, 2005

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Romantic Frictions

About this volume


Ripley, "Introduction: Editing Blake"

This essay examines the historical and technical difficulties of editing William Blake, surveying the key problems of textual and visual representation between the mid-nineteenth and early twenty-first century. This essay appears in _Editing and Reading Blake_, a volume of _Romantic Circles Praxis Series_, prepared exclusively for Romantic Circles (http://www.rc.umd.edu/), University of Maryland.

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Fictions of Byron: An Annotated Bibliography
by G. Todd Davis

1930s

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"Put to the Blush": Romantic Irregularities and Sapphic Tropes

Without arguing for direct influence, this essay reads a group of English poems as an implicit Romantic conversation that advances different models of sapphic sublimity in a troplogical contest about the nature and place of female affinities. The essay begins by revisiting the exclusion of "Christabel" from the Lyrical Ballads, and goes on to discuss the implicit dialogue enacted through William Wordsworth's sonnet to the "Ladies of Llangollen" and Dorothy Wordsworth's poem "Irregular Verses." The essay concludes with a look at the metrical practices of these poems and of Shelley's "Rosalind and Helen," as a way to explore the ambivalences and ambiguities in Romantic configurations of female same-sex desire.
January 2006

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