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Studies in Romanticism is the flagship journal of Romantic literary studies. Since its founding in 1961, SiR has been committed to advancing the study of literature and culture in the dynamic "Romantic Century" of 1750-1850. International in sympathies and interdisciplinary in approaches, SiR publishes the highest caliber scholarship on British, Anglophone, and European Romantic-era studies from diverse methodological perspectives.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
viewing issueVolume 52, Number 4, Winter 2013
Table of Contents
- United Islands?: The Languages of Resistance (Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution) ed. by Michael Brown, John Kirk, and Andrew Noble, and: Robert Fergusson and the Scottish Periodical Press by Rhona Brown, and: The Correspondence of Samuel Thomson (1766–1816) ed. by Jennifer Orr (review)
- pp. 611-615
- DOI: 10.1353/srm.2013.0005