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Fictions of Byron: An Annotated Bibliography

January, 2006
This annotated bibliography compiled by G. Todd Davis summarizes numerous works of the 19th and 20th centuries that incorporate Lord Byron as a major or a minor character. Using historical and intertextual perspectives, this bibliography embodies Byronism, defined here as the production and reproduction of the Byron legend.

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A Chronological Listing of the Letters of Joanna Baillie

July, 2008
This chronology orders all known Baillie letters and provides more accurate dates and identifications for many of the previously published letters. By providing watermarks, the place of writing, and the correspondents' names, the chronology also gives a new vantage point from which to view Baillie's life and times. It is published in conjunction with the Romantic Circles Praxis volume Utopianism and Joanna Baillie, edited by Regina Hewitt, to which Thomas McLean contributed an essay explaining this chronological listing.

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This page presents a collection of links to course information and/or the syllabi for Romantics courses—including courses that extend back into the long eighteenth century (1660-1830) and forward into the nineteenth century. We hope that looking at the course sites below will help stimulate ideas for teaching and discussion among Romanticists about pedagogy.

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