A refereed scholarly Website devoted to the study of Romantic-period literature and culture
Praxis is a series of peer-reviewed critical volumes devoted to the field of Romanticism and its theoretical underpinnings. Closer in form to a scholarly book of essays than a critical journal, each volume in Romantic Circles Praxis Series (RCPS) explores a particular subject, figure, or theoretical approach, such as the gothic, contemporary culture, discourses of empire, and many others.
Re-assesses Shelley's early
verse, showing that, far from being mere juvenilia,
it offers an aesthetics of excess and a politics of
resistance that provides access to the early Regency
culture, as well as to Shelley's art and thought
in general. Edited by Neil
Fraistat, with essays by Linda
Brigham, William Keach,
Morton, and Donald H.
A reading of Shelley's
interventionist poetry of 1819-20-including his
satires The Mask of Anarchy and Swellfoot
the Tyrant-as provocations, dialectical
interventions, and pretexts for speculation.
Edited by Michael
Scrivener, with essays by Samuel
Kaufman, and Mark
Kipperman, with responses by Steven E.
Looks at the influence of
Romanticism on poets writing today, presenting three
divergent analyses of five contemporary poets.
Includes contributions from both Romanticists and
critics of modern (and postmodern) poetry. Edited
by Lisa M.
Steinman, with essays by Charles Altieri,
Kaufman, and Ellen Keck