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±µ Romantic Vagrancy: Wordsworth and the Simulation of Freedom
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± Wordsworth and the Geologists
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±· Wordsworth™s Pope: A Study in Literary Historiography
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± The Politics of Sensibility: Race, Gender and Commerce in the Sentimental Novel
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± Reading Daughters™ Fictions, ±·°“±: Novels and Society from Manley to
Edgeworth
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° Romantic Identities: Varieties of Subjectivity, ±··“±°
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± Print Politics: The Press and Radical Opposition in Early Nineteenth-Century England
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 Reinventing Allegory
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 British Satire and the Politics of Style, ±·“±
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 The Romantic Reformation: Religious Politics in English Literature, ±·“±
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µ De Quincey™s Romanticism: Canonical Minority and the Forms of Transmission
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 Coleridge on Dreaming: Romanticism, Dreams and the Medical Imagination
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· Romantic Imperialism: Universal Empire and the Culture of Modernity
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 Ideology and Utopia in the Poetry of William Blake
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 Sexual Politics and the Romantic Author
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° Lyric and Labour in the Romantic Tradition
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± Poetry and Politics in the Cockney School: Keats, Shelley, Hunt and their Circle
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 Rousseau, Robespierre and English Romanticism
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 Contesting the Gothic: Fiction, Genre and Cultural Con¬‚ict, ±·“±
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 Romanticism, Aesthetics, and Nationalism
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µ Romantic Poets and the Culture of Posterity
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 The Crisis of Literature in the ±·°s: Print Culture and the Public Sphere
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· Romantic Atheism: Poetry and Freethought, ±·°“±°
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 Romanticism and Slave Narratives: Transatlantic Testimonies
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 Imagination Under Pressure, ±·“±: Aesthetics, Politics, and Utility
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° Romanticism and the Gothic: Genre, Reception, and Canon Formation, ±·°“±°
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± Romanticism and the Human Sciences: Poetry, Population, and
the Discourse of the Species
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 The Poetics of Spice: Romantic Consumerism and the Exotic
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 British Fiction and the Production of Social Order, ±·°“±°
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 Women Writers and the English Nation in the ±·°s
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µ Literary Magazines and British Romanticism
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 Women, Nationalism and the Romantic Stage: Theatre and
Politics in Britain, ±·°“±°°
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· British Romanticism and the Science of the Mind
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 The Anti-Jacobin Novel: British Conservatism and the French Revolution
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 Romantic Austen: Sexual Politics and the Literary Canon
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µ° Byron and Romanticism
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µ± The Romantic National Tale and the Question of Ireland
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µ Byron, Poetics and History
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µ Religion, Toleration, and British Writing, ±·°“±°
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µ Fatal Women of Romanticism
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µµ Knowledge and Indifference in English Romantic Prose
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