The Keats-Shelley Journal is published (in print form: ISSN 0453-4387) annually by the Keats-Shelley Association of America. It contains articles on John Keats, Percy Shelley, Mary Shelley, Lord Byron, Leigh Hunt, and their circles of mutual influence and context--as well as news and notes, book reviews, and a current bibliography.
Articles intended for publication should be prepared according to The Chicago Manual of Style and sent (with SASE) to Jeanne Moskal, Editor, Department of English, Box 3520, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599-3520; submissions may also be sent by email attachment to email@example.com.
The Keats-Shelley Journal considers for review editions of and books about Keats, Byron, Percy Shelley, Mary Shelley, and their contemporaries (particularly those belonging to their circle), as well as general studies in English Romantic literature and culture relevant to the second generation poets. Please send a review copy to Elizabeth Dolan, Book Review Editor, Keats-Shelley Journal, Department of English, Lehigh University, 35 Sayre Drive, Bethlehem, PA, 18015. Address inquiries or information about new and forthcoming books to the above address or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Keats-Shelley Journal does not accept for review articles under consideration simultaneously at other journals, out of respect for the process of peer review in general and the time and labor of our reviewers in particular. Each submission is read by one or two reviewers, whose reports the Editor consults in making a final decision regarding publication.
Romanticists should send citations for their recent publications to email@example.com. For Keats-Shelley Journal news, or to search the news archive, please visit the KSAA Main Page.
News and Notes
A Lost Shelley Letter in Boston College’s Francis Thompson Archive
DANA M. LAWTON-BALEJKO
Charlotte Smith to Thomas Cadell, Sr., and Harriet Lee: Two New Letters
HARRIET GUEST and JUDITH STANTON
Cluster on Regency Reading
An Ethics of Reading: A Conflicted Romantic Heritage
ANTHONY JOHN HARDING
“A very rational animal”: William Hazlitt on the Romantic-Era Reading Public
Charles Lamb’s “Distant Correspondents”: Speech, Writing and Readers in Regency Magazine Writing
DAVID G. STEWART
The Career of Byron’s “To the Po”
ANDREW M. STAUFFER
Parkinson’s Shaking Palsy: The “Aspen-malady” of John Keats
ADAM BURKEY, MD
Wordsworth’s “Unenlightened Swain”: Keats and Greek Myth in I stood tip-toe upon a little hill
DEREK VAUN LOWE
News and Notes
Revisionary Company: Keats, Homer, and Dante in the Chapman Sonnet
Travel Cluster Articles
“Almost as far as Petersburg”: Byron and the Russians
RICHARD LANSDOWN and DOSIA REICHARDT
Childe Harold in Crimea: The Byronic Sea Voyage in Russian and Polish Romanticism
CATHERINE B. O’NEIL
Hazlitt and the Louvre
STEPHEN H. CHEEKE
The Sinking of the Don Juan Revisited
DONALD B. PRELL
Calumniated Republicans and the Hero of Shelley’s “Charles the First”
Contemporary Notices of Shelley: Addenda to The Unextinguished Hearth
NICHOLAS A. JOUKOVSKY