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February 2004

A look at book-culture and bibliomania in early 19th-century England, as seen through emerging genres such as the familiar essay, and the formation of private libraries as personal sites of collection and memory. Edited by Ina Ferris, with essays by H. J. Jackson, Ina Ferris and Deidre Lynch.

January 2004

This edition places Hemans in direct contention with Byron over belief in an afterlife. Includes letters, reviews, poems & critical essays that probe the work for its engagements with Byron, allusions to topics of the day, & negotiation of gender.

November 2003

This edition situates the poem sequence within Jewsbury's life and career, including a prose account of her journey to India, memoirs, & poems inspired by her work. Allows readers to view original poems as they first appeared in The Athenaeum.

October 2003

August 2003

This electronic edition makes available all 4 versions of Lyrical Ballads in the form of transcriptions edited from original printed copies, accompanied by images of each page. Enables active comparison of texts through Dynamic Collation.

July 2003

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, Robert Kaufman, and Ellen Keck Stauder.

June 2003

Essays focusing in on two pivotal dreams of Mary Shelley's protagonist, Victor Frankenstein, in her novel Frankenstein, offering various interpretations, found in the book and its many adaptations, including film. Edited by Jerrold E. Hogle, with essays by Anne Williams, Matthew VanWinkle, John Rieder and Marc Redfield.

May 2003

Publishes, for the first time, all the fragments of this unfinished poem in one edition. Includes a composite reading text, piecing together all the fragments, & a parallel reading text of both Canto II and verse fragment.

January 2003

An electronic version of an interview with Morris Eaves, Robert Essick, and Joseph Viscomi, editors of The Blake Archive, on the 10th anniversary of its founding. With topics of conversation running the gamut from the winsome (Blake kitsch) to the peculiar (hypothetical extensions of Blake's canon). Edited by Kari Kraus.

September 2002

Includes MS Shelley adds.e.21 and MS Shelley adds.c.12, together comprising Williams's complete travel journal to India, here published in its entirety for the first time. Also included is a critical introduction.

August 2002

Obi
A volume devoted to the Romantic-era play Obi; or, Three-Finger'd Jack, about escaped slave/rebel Jack Mansong. Includes text of both pantomime and melodrama, and video from a modern production. Edited by Charles Rzepka, with essays by Peter Buckley, Jeffrey N. Cox, Jerrold E. Hogle, Robert Hoskins, Debbie Lee, and Charles Rzepka.

August 2002

A hypertextual list of novels, short stories, plays, films, and other fictional representations of historical Romantic figures, this resource began with a query to NASSR-L about the Romantics in science fiction; it includes a hyperlinked and annotated bibliography.

June 2002

An interview with noted Romanticist Jerome Christensen, presented in the form of a multi-linked site organized around a constellation of "common topics" found in Christensen's work. Offers a revised transcript, and audio files. Edited by Steven Newman.

February 2002

Essays that examine teaching Romanticism in the context of popular culture, and a debate entitled "Presentism versus Archivalism." Edited by Laura Mandell and Michael Eberle-Sinatra, essays by Phillip Barrish, Ron Broglio, Jay Clayton, Jon Klancher, Jerome McGann, David Simpson, Atara Stein, Gregory Tomso, Ted Underwood.

November 2001

A look at the role of the natural world in the works of Romantic writers in the wake of the French Revolution, positing the proto-ecological argument that all living beings are full participants in the progress of liberty. Edited by James McKusick, essays by Kurt Fosso, Timothy Fulford, Kevin Hutchings, Timothy Morton, Ashton Nichols, and William Stroup.

August 2001

Includes an introduction, full text of the play, images of the 1823 cast, a bibliography and filmography, the first reviews of Presumption, & a biography of Richard Brinsley Peake.
In August 2001, Roger Meyenberg and Patrick Vincent hiked Wordsworth's route over the Simplon Pass, as described in Book VI of The Prelude. Their goal was to establish, of several reconstructed versions of the hike, which route Wordsworth and Robert Jones most likely followed. Includes their narrative and photographs of the pass today.

May 2001

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 Gladden, Robert Kaufman, and Mark Kipperman, with responses by Steven E. Jones.

March 2001

An investigation into the scientific thought of Romantic writers, looking at the Romantics' conflicted attitudes toward Enlightenment-based science, and offering speculative explorations of their work in the framework of more recent scientific developments. Edited by Hugh Roberts, essays by Arkady Plotnitsky and R. Paul Yoder.

November 2000

The Byron Chronology is a searchable hypertext chronology of important dates in the life of George Gordon, Lord Byron. It draws almost exclusively from Leslie Marchand's standard three-volume biography of Byron's life, with some additions from the material in Marchand's edition of Byron's Letters and Journals.

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