Review 19: Index by Topic Romantic Poetry
 

Index - Romantic Poetry

AMERICAN LITERATURE IN CONTEXT FROM 1865 TO 1929 (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011) xv+147 pp.
by Philip R. Yannella; Reviewed by Antje Kley.

BEYOND ROMANTIC ECOCRITICISM: TOWARD URBANATURAL ROOSTING (Palgrave 2011) xiii + 230 pp.
by Ashton Nichols; Reviewed by Samantha Harvey.

BLAKE'S AGITATION (Johns Hopkins, 2013) 406 pp.
by Steven Goldsmith; Reviewed by David Baulch.

British Romanticism and the Catholic Question (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) xi + 224 pages
by Michael Tomko; Reviewed by Maria Lamonaca.

BRITISH WOMEN POETS AND THE ROMANTIC WRITING COMMUNITY (Johns Hopkins, 2009) xiv + 349 pp.
by Stephen C. Behrendt; Reviewed by Mary A. Favret.

THE CAMBRIDGE INTRODUCTION TO BYRON (Cambridge, 2012) xvii + 172 pp.
by Richard Lansdown; Reviewed by Omar F. Miranda.

CHRISTIAN AND LYRIC TRADITION IN VICTORIAN WOMEN’S POETRY (Routledge, 2009)
by F. Elizabeth Gray; To be reviewed by Elizabeth Ludlow.

COLERIDGE AND THE DAEMONIC IMAGINATION (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) xiv + 274 pp.
by Gregory Leadbetter; Reviewed by Anthony John Harding.

COLERIDGE'S EXPERIMENTAL POETICS (Palgrave, 2013)
by J. C. C. Mays; Reviewed by William Ulmer.

A COMPANION TO ROMANTIC POETRY (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010) xiii + 625 pp.
by Charles Mahoney, ed.; Reviewed by Rowan Boyson.

CONCISE COMPANION TO THE ROMANTIC AGE (Blackwell/ Wiley, 2009) xi + 300 pp.
by Jon Klancher; Reviewed by Richard Matlak.

CONVERSABLE WORLDS: LITERATURE, CONTENTION, AND COMMUNITY 1762 TO 1830 (Oxford, 2011) xiv+315 pp.
by John Mee; Reviewed by Kimberly J. Stern.

EUROPEAN ROMANCTICISM: A READER (Continuum, 2010), xxx + 1032 pp.
by Stephen Prickett, ed.; Reviewed by Christoph Bode.

FELLOW ROMANTICS: MALE AND FEMALE BRITISH WRITERS, 1790-1835 (Ashgate, 2009) xi + 266 pp.
by Beth Lau, ed.; Reviewed by Stephen C. Behrendt.

FRACTURE AND FRAGMENTATION IN BRITISH ROMANTICISM (Cambridge, 2010), ix + 240 pp.
by Alexander Regier; Reviewed by .

Lives of the Sonnet, 1787-1895: Genre, Gender and Criticism (Ashgate, 2011) xii +204 pp.
by Marianne Van Remoortel; Reviewed by Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor.

THE LONGMAN ANTHOLOGY OF BRITISH LITERATURE, VOLUME 2A: THE ROMANTICS AND THEIR CONTEMPORARIES, 5th ed. (Pearson/ Longman, September 2011)
by Dettmar Damrosch, Susan Wolfson and Peter Manning, eds.; To be reviewed by .

MARRIAGE, WRITING, AND ROMANTICISM: WORDSWORTH AND AUSTEN AFTER WAR (Stanford, 2009) xiv + 283 pp.
by Eric C. Walker; Reviewed by Beth Lau.

Multiplying Worlds: Romanticism, Modernity, and the Emergence of Virtual Reality (Oxford, 2011) xiv + 322 pp.
by Peter Otto; Reviewed by William Galperin.

THE NEURAL SUBLIME: COGNITIVE THEORIES AND ROMANTIC TEXTS (Johns Hopkins, 2010), xv+179 pp.
by Alan Richardson; Reviewed by Cristobal Pagan Canovas.

NINETEENTH-CENTURY POETRY AND LITERARY CELEBRITY (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
by Eric Eisner; To be reviewed by Peter Manning.

THE PALGRAVE LITERARY DICTIONARY OF SHELLEY (Palgrave, May 2013)
by Martin Garrett; Reviewed by Nora Crook.

PAPER PELLETS: BRITISH LITERARY CULTURE AFTER WATERLOO (Oxford, 2010) viii + 268 pp.
by Richard Cronin; Reviewed by Anthony Harrison.

PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY (Longman, 2009)
by Stephen C. Behrendt, ed.; Reviewed by Stuart Curran.

PERVERSE ROMANTICISM: AESTHETICS AND SEXUALITY IN BRITAIN, 1750-1832 (Johns Hopkins, 2009) xi + 359 pp.
by Richard C. Sha; Reviewed by Michael Page.

POETIC LANGUAGE AND POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT IN THE POETRY OF KEATS Studies in Major Literary Authors (Routledge, May 15) 132 pp.
by Jack L. Siler; Reviewed by Jeanne Britton.

Popular Medievalism in Romantic-Era Britain (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), xii+ 233pp.
by Clare A. Simmons; Reviewed by Laurence Davies.

A RATTLESKULL GENIUS. THE MANY FACES OF IOLO MORGANWG (Cardiff: University of Wales, 2009 paperback, first published 2005) pp. xviii + 515.
by Geraint H. Jenkins, ed.; Reviewed by Kenneth Johnston.

ROBERT SOUTHEY: HISTORY, POLITICS, RELIGION (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) xix + 250 pp.
by Stuart Andrews; Reviewed by David Latané.

Romantic Antiquity: Rome in the British Imagination, 1789-1832 (Oxford, 2010) x + 304 pp.
by Jonathan Sachs; Reviewed by Norman Vance.

ROMANTIC AUTOBIOGRAPHY IN ENGLAND (Ashgate, 2009)
by Eugene Stelzig, ed.; To be reviewed by James O'Rourke.

ROMANTIC AUTOBIOGRAPHY IN ENGLAND (Ashgate, 2009) 219 pp.
by Eugene Stelzig, ed.; Reviewed by James O'Rourke.

ROMANTIC DHARMA: THE EMERGENCE OF BUDDHISM INTO NINETEENTH-CENTURY EUROPE (Palgrave, 2011)
by Mark S. Lussier; Reviewed by J. Jeffrey Franklin.

ROMANTICISM AND CELEBRITY CULTURE, 1750-1850 (Cambridge, 2009)
by Tom Mole, ed.; To be reviewed by Peter Manning.

ROMANTICISM AND MUSIC CULTURE IN BRITAIN, 1770-1840 (Cambridge, 2010) x + 295 pp.
by Gillen D'Arcy Wood; Reviewed by Marshall Brown.

ROMANTICISM AND THE OBJECT (Palgrave Macmillan 2009) 223 pp.
by Larry H. Peer; Reviewed by G. Todd Davis.

Romanticism and the City (Palgrave, 2011) xiii + 283 pp.
by Larry H. Peer, ed.; Reviewed by William Sharpe.

ROMANTICISM, SINCERITY AND AUTHENTICITY (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) x + 268 pp.
by Tim Milnes and Kerry Sinanan, eds.; Reviewed by Monica Smith Hart.

Romanticism/Judaica (Ashgate, 2011) xiv + 227 pp.
by Sheila Spector, ed.; Reviewed by Todd Endelman.

ROMANTICISM: A VERY SHORT INTRODUCTION (Oxford University Press, 2010) xvi + 148 pp.
by Michael Ferber; Reviewed by Richard Lansdown.

SHELLEY'S MUSIC: FANTASY, AUTHORITY, AND THE OBJECT VOICE (Ashgate, 2009)
by Paul A. Vatalaro; Reviewed by Stuart Peterfreund.

TEXT AS PROCESS: CREATIVE COMPOSITION IN WORDSWORTH, TENNYSON, AND DICKINSON (Virginia, 2009) xi + 302 pp. 18 illustrations.
by Sally Bushell; Reviewed by Richard Brantley.

The Cambridge Introduction to Samuel Taylor Coleridge (Cambridge, 2010)
by John Worthen; Reviewed by Nicholas Reid.

The Poetry of Mary Robinson (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) xi + 287 pp.
by Daniel Robinson; Reviewed by Amy Garnai.

THE TRUTH ABOUT ROMANTICISM PRAGMATISM AND IDEALISM IN KEATS, SHELLEY, COLERIDGE (Cambridge, 2010) viii+253 pp.
by Tim Milnes; Reviewed by Annalisa Volpone.

THE UNFAMILIAR SHELLEY (Ashgate, 2009), pp. xix + 369 pp.
by Alan M. Weinberg and Timothy Webb, eds.; Reviewed by Stuart Curran.

URBAN REALISM AND THE COSMOPOLITAN IMAGINATION IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (Cambridge, 2011) xxii + 266 pp.
by Tanya Agathocleous; Reviewed by Joseph McLaughlin.

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH AND THE ECOLOGY OF AUTHORSHIP: THE ROOTS OF ENVIRONMENTALISM IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY CULTURE (Virginia, 2012) x + 289 pp.
by Scott Hess; Reviewed by Ashton Nichols.

WOMEN, LOVE, AND COMMODITY CULTURE IN BRITISH ROMANTICISM (Ashgate, 2012) 184pp.
by Daniela Garofalo; Reviewed by Ghislaine McDayter.

WORDSWORTH'S POETIC COLLECTIONS, SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING AND PARODIC RECEPTION (Pickering & Chatto) vii +236 pp.
by BRIAN R. Bates; Reviewed by Leslie Brisman.

WORDSWORTH'S POETIC THEORY (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
by Stefan Uhlig and Alexander Regier, eds.; To be reviewed by Leslie Brisman.

WORDSWORTH'S POETIC THEORY: KNOWLEDGE, LANGUAGE, EXPERIENCE (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), vii + 220pp.
by Alexander Regier and Stefan H. Uhlig, eds.; Reviewed by Leslie Brisman.

WORDSWORTH'S REVISITINGS (Oxford, 2011), xiii + 265 pages
by Stephen Gill; Reviewed by Lawrence Poston.

WRITTEN ON THE WATER: BRITISH ROMANTICISM AND THE MARITIME EMPIRE OF CULTURE (University of Virginia Press, 2010) xix + 320 pp.
by Samuel Baker; Reviewed by Richard Lansdown.

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