Charles E. Robinson is a Professor of English at the University of Delaware, where he has taught since 1965. He is the author of Shelley and Byron: The Snake and the Eagle Wreathed in Fight (Johns Hopkins, 1976) and the editor of Mary Shelley: Collected Tales and Short Stories, with Original Engravings (Johns Hopkins, 1976). He is also the editor of Lord Byron and His Contemporaries (Delaware, 1982), of William Hazlitt to His Publishers, Friends, and Creditors: Twenty-seven New Holograph Letters (Keats-Shelley Memorial Association, 1987), and of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Mythological Dramas: Proserpine and Midas, Bodleian MS. Shelley d. 2: A Facsimile Edition with Full Transcription and Notes (Garland, 1992). He has also co-edited with Betty T. Bennett The Mary Shelley Reader (Oxford, 1990). Having just completed his 2-volume facsimile edition of The Frankenstein Notebooks (Garland, 1996), he is now returning to his study of Charles Ollier, the publisher of Shelley, Keats, and other Romantic and Victorian writers. And, as director of the just-established Byron Society Collection at the University of Delaware, he has plans for creating an electronic database for the books, manuscripts, photofacsimiles, scholarly papers, and ephemera that will make up that collection.