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Volume 14, Number 2, 2008

Table of Contents

From: Romanticism

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Re-imagining the City

Gregory Dart


Preface: Re-imagining the City

pp. 5-6

Grub Street in Albion: or, Scriblerian Satire in the Romantic Metropolis

pp. 81-93

The Art of Walking in London: Representing Urban Pedestrianism in the Early Nineteenth Century

pp. 94-107

Notes from Underground: Lisbon after the Earthquake

pp. 108-118

The Metropolis and Women Novelists in the Romantic Period

pp. 119-132

'Spectacles within doors': Panoramas of London in the 1790s

pp. 133-148

On Great and Little Things: Cockney Art in the 1820s

pp. 149-167

Coleridge's Conversation Poems: Thinking the Thinker

pp. 168-182

Byron's Aposiopesis

pp. 183-195


Ireland’s Minstrel: A Life of Tom Moore, Poet, Patriot, and Byron’s Friend, and: Robert Southey: Entire Man of Letters (review)

pp. 196-199

Prospect and Refuge in the Landscape of Jane Austen (review)

pp. 199-201

Bloody Romanticism: Spectacular Violence and the Politics of Representation, 1776-1832 (review)

pp. 201-203

Staging Governance: Theatrical Imperialism in London, 1770-1800 (review)

pp. 203-205

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