In this Issue
- Volume 66, 2017
- KEATS, SHELLEY, BYRON, HUNT, AND THEIR CIRCLES
The /Keats-Shelley Journal/ has published scholarship on Keats, Shelley, and their immediate circles among the British Romantics since 1953. Now including work on many others writing amid the cultural and literary excitement of the first decades of the nineteenth century, this annual is known for its stimulating essays, informative news and notes, scholarly reviews, and distinctive bibliography of the year’s work on the younger Romantics.
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Table of Contents
News and Notes
- News and Notes
- pp. 7-24
- Did Keats Visit the Bodleian Library?
- pp. 34-36
- Fourteen New Byron Letters
- pp. 37-54
- 1816: Romanticisms Quick and Slow
- pp. 88-98
- Foreword: Forward from 1817 to 2017
- pp. 99-109
- 1817: The Birth of the Cockney
- pp. 110-123
- 1817: The Year without Habeas Corpus
- pp. 136-154
- Afterword: 2017 Reads 1817
- pp. 155-159
- The Banquet, Gender, and "Original Composition"
- pp. 160-165
- Books Received
- p. 189
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