Groom, Nick

Nick Groom has written widely on literary and cultural forgery. He is the author of the Forger’s Shadow: How Forgery Changed the Course of Literature (Picador, 2002) and has edited the poems of Thomas Chatterton (Cyder Press, 2003). Among his articles in the field are "Romanticism and Forgery" (Literature Compass Online, Blackwell’s, 2007) and ‘Unoriginal Genius: Plagiarism and the Construction of “Romantic” Authorship’ (Copyright and Piracy: An Interdisciplinary Critique, Cambridge University Press, 2010).

Essays, etc. Authored at RC

  • "Afterword" | Romanticism, Forgery and the Credit Crunch

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