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174. Robert Bloomfield to Hannah Bloomfield, 31 July 1805 

September, 2009

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169. Robert Bloomfield to Mary Ann Bloomfield, 28 June 1805 

September, 2009

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167. Robert Bloomfield to Mary Ann Bloomfield, 14 June 1805 

September, 2009

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112. Robert Bloomfield to George Bloomfield, 31 July–[2 August] 1803 

September, 2009

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Commentary - "'A darkling plain': Hemans, Byron and _The Sceptic; A Poem_"

January, 2004
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Hemans and Bossuet's Oraisons: Readers of Hemans may be delighted to learn that five of the ten "Oraisons" in Bossuet's collection concern women.

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"Pleasure is now, and ought to be, your business": Stealing Sexuality in Jane Austen's Juvenilia

Austen's Juvenilia, seen as a whole, represents a world in which young women consistently display excessive appetites--for food, drink, erotic pleasures, and material objects. While comic, such narrative excess also constitutes a pointed critique of the constraints Austen's society placed on women, constraints she not only exposes but also subverts by her young heroines' exuberant, even criminal refusal to deny their appetites and their demand for gratifications of all kinds. This essay appears in _Historicizing Romantic Sexuality_, a volume of _Romantic Circles Praxis Series_, prepared exclusively for Romantic Circles (http://www.rc.umd.edu/), University of Maryland.
January 2006

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Borushko, "'A nation or a world': Patriotism in Shelley"

Borushko argues for the relevance of Shelley's often-overlooked invocations of patriotism to both his aesthetics and his politics. As a rhetorical gesture, Shelleyean patriotism at once motivates reform and occasions community. This essay appears in _Romanticism and Patriotism: Nation, Empire, Bodies, Rhetoric_, a volume of _Romantic Circles Praxis Series_, prepared exclusively for Romantic Circles (http://www.rc.umd.edu/), University of Maryland.

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