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AUTHOR INDEX Almeida, Joselyn M. “Princely Offspring of Braganza”: The “Brazil Plan” for Portugal and the Miscarriage of British Abolition, 1806—1815 55 Bailes, Melissa. Linnaeus’s Botanical Clocks: Chronobiological Mechanisms in the Scientific Poetry of Erasmus Darwin, Charlotte Smith, and Felicia Hemans 223 Black, Kelvin C. Bound by “the Principles of 1776”: Dilemmas in Anglo-American Romanticism and Douglass’s The Heroic Slave 93 Castellano, Katey. Moles, Molehills, and Common Right in John Clare’s Poetry 157 Cox, Jeffrey N. From Pantomime to Poetry: Wordsworth, Byron, and Harlequin Read Waterloo 321 Cox, Octavia. Review 285 Cox Jensen, Oskar. First as Farce, then as Tragedy: Waterloo in British Song 341 Daut, Marlene L. Haiti and the Black Romantics: Enlightenment and Color Prejudice After the Haitian Revolution in Alexandre Dumas’s Georges (1843) 73 De Groote, Brecht. “A Revolution in the Republic of Letters”: The News from Waterloo and the Post-Waterloo Media State 399 Fletcher, Joseph. Leibniz, the Infinite, and Blake’s Early Metaphysics 129 Gates, Amy L. Review 564 Kantor, Jamison. Review 293 Lamperez, Joseph DeFalco. “Strong hold and fountain-head of their idolatry”: The Juggernaut in the Work of Claudius Buchanan and Shelley’s The Triumph of Life 423 Moskowitz, Alex. Review 297 Murphy, Kieran. Haiti and the Black Box of Romanticism 37 Ortiz, Ivan. Fancy’s Eye: Poetic Vision and the Romantic Air Balloon 253 Pace, Joel. Afterthoughts: Romanticism, the Black Atlantic, and Self-Mapping 113 Parker, Mark. Repurposing and the Literary Magazine 479 579 580 AUTHOR INDEX Pierrot, Gregory. Droit du Seigneur, Slavery, and Nation in the Poetry of Edward Rushton 15 Ramsey, Neil. Janies Montgomery’s Waterloo: War and the Poetics of History 361 Richardson, Rebecca. “Sent Here For Her Health”: Accounting for Sanditoiis Economies 203 Rowland, Ann Wierda. Review 561 Ruston, Sharon. Review 554 Sachs, Jonathan. Review 551 Schey, Taylor. Limited Analogies'. Reading Relations in Wordsworth’s The Borderers 177 Shaw, Philip, and Tom Toremans. Introduction: Waterloo and British Romanticism 309 Singer, Kate. Review 288 Tambar, Jaspreet S. Coleridge’s “Multeity in Unity” and the Statuesque and Picturesque Impulses 525 Toremans, Tom, and Philip Shaw. Introduction: Waterloo and British Romanticism 309 Van Dam, Frederik. Waterloo Remembered: Thomas Moore and the Diplomatic Legacy of the Battle of Waterloo in the Nineteenth Century 379 Washington, Chris. Review 558 White, Daniel E. “The Slangwhangery of the Jargonists”: Writing, Speech, and the Character of Romanticism 453 Wigston Smith, Chloe. Review 300 Wright, Julia M. Cosmopugilism: Thomas Moore’s Boxing Satires and the Post-Napoleonic Congresses 499 Youngquist, Paul. Black Romanticism: A Manifesto 3 ...


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