Index of ArticlesArticles

x Jane Aaron (University of Glamorgan)
‘Saxon, Think not All Is Won’: Felicia Hemans and the Making of Britons (Issue 4: 05/2000)Download as a PDF

x Brian Robert Bates (University of Denver)
Wordsworth’s ‘Library of Babel’: Bibliomania, the 1814 Excursion, and the 1815 Poems (Issue 14: Summer 2005)Download as a PDF
  x Jacqueline Belanger (Cardiff University)
Some Preliminary Remarks on the Production and Reception of Fiction Relating to Ireland, 1800–1829 (Issue 4: 05/2000)Download as a PDF

x Margareta Björkman (University of Uppsala)
High and Low: Some Remarks on the Reading Culture of the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries (Issue 3: 09/1999)Download as a PDF

x Benjamin Colbert (University of Wolverhampton)
Bibliography of British Travel Writing, 1780–1840: The European Tour, 1814–1818 (excluding Britain and Ireland) (Issue 13: Winter 2004)Download as a PDF

x Janette Currie (University of Stirling)
Re-Visioning James Hogg: The Return of the Subject to Wordsworth’s ‘Extempore Effusion’ (Issue 15: Winter 2005)Download as a PDF

x Andrew Davies (Cardiff University)
‘The Gothic Novel in Wales’ Revisited: A Prelimary Survey of Wales-Related Romantic Fiction at Cardiff University (Issue 2: 08/1998)Download as a PDF
  x Kathryn Dawes (Cardiff University)
Anonymity and the Pressures of Publication in the Early Nineteenth Century (Issue 4: 05/2000)Download as a PDF

x Gavin Edwards (University of Glamorgan)
George Crabbe: A Case Study (Issue 16: Summer 2006)Download as a PDF
  x Marie-Luise Egbert (Chemnitz University of Technology)
The English Landscape Garden and the Romantic-Era Novel: Changing Concepts of Space (Issue 5: 11/2000)Download as a PDF
  x Bianca Falbo (Lafayette College)
Henry Reed and William Wordsworth: An Editor–Author Relationship and the Production of British Romantic Discourse (Issue 15: Winter 2005)Download as a PDF
  x Derek Furr (Bard College)
The Perfect Match: Wordsworth’s ‘The Triad’ and Coleridge’s ‘Garden of Boccacio’ in Context (Issue 15: Winter 2005)Download as a PDF
  x Peter Garside (Cardiff University)
Mrs Ross and Elizabeth B. Lester: New Attributions (Issue 2: 08/1998)Download as a PDF
  x Peter Garside (Cardiff University)
Scott and the ‘Common’ Novel (Issue 3: 09/1999)Download as a PDF

x Peter Garside & Anthony Mandal (Cardiff University)
Producing Fiction in Britain, 1800–1829 (Issue 1: 08/1997)Download as a PDF
  x Peter Garside (University of Edinburgh) & Gillian Hughes (University of Stirling)
James Hogg’s Tales and Sketches and the Glasgow Number Trade (Issue 14: Summer 2005)Download as a PDF

x Imke Heuer (University of York)
‘Shadows of Beauty, Shadows of Power’: Heroism, Deformity, and Classical Allusion in Joshua Pickersgill’s The Three Brothers and Byron’s The Deformed Transformed (Issue 12: Summer 2003)Download as a PDF
  x Jonathan Hill (St Olaf College)
Minerva at Aberdeen: A. K. Newman and Books in Boards (Issue 16: Summer 2006)Download as a PDF
  x Richard J. Hill (University of Hawaii, Maui Community College)
Scott, Hogg, and the Gift-Book Editors: Authorship in the Face of Industrial Production (Issue 19: Winter 2009)Download as a PDF

x Lisa Hopkins (Sheffield Hallam University)
Jane C. Loudon’s The Mummy!: Mary Shelley Meets George Orwell, and They Go in a Balloon to Egypt (Issue 10: 06/2003)Download as a PDF

x Avril Horner (University of Salford) & Sue Zlosnik (Liverpool Hope University College)
Dead Funny: Eaton Barrett The Heroine as Comic Gothic (Issue 5: 11/2000)Download as a PDF
  x Donald Kerr (University of Otago, Dunedin)
‘Satire is Bad Trade’: Dr John Wolcot and his Publishers and Printers in Eighteenth-Century England (Issue 12: Summer 2004)Download as a PDF

x Angela Koch (University of Paderborn)
Gothic Bluebooks in the Princely Library of Corvey and Beyond (Issue 9: 12/2002)Download as a PDF

x Aruna Krishnamurthy (Lewis and Clark College)
‘Assailing the Thing’: Politics of Space in William Cobbett’s Rural Rides (Issue 7: 12/2001)Download as a PDF
  x Rita J. Kurtz & Jennifer L. Womer (Lehigh University)
The Novel as Political Marker: Women Writers and their Female Audiences in the Hookham and Carpenter Archives, 1791–1798 (Issue 13: Winter 2004)Download as a PDF
  x Rolf Loeber & Magda Stouthamer-Loeber (University of Pittsburgh)
The Publication of Irish Novels and Novelettes, 1750–1829: A Footnote on Irish Gothic Fiction (Issue 10: 06/2003)Download as a PDF
  x Anthony Mandal (Cardiff University)
Revising the Radcliffean Model: Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey and Regina Maria Roche’s Clermont (Issue 3: 09/1999)Download as a PDF

x Bernard McKenna (University of Delaware)
The ‘Disposition to Combine’: Thomas Campbell’s The Pleasures of Hope, Edmund Burke, and the Power of the Poetic Imagination to Reconcile and Reform (Issue 18: Summer 2008)Download as a PDF

x Laura Mandell (Miami University in Oxford, Ohio)
Hemans and the Gift-Book Aesthetic (Issue 6: 06/2001)Download as a PDF

x Michael Page (University of Nebraska–Lincoln)
Mary Meeke’s Something Strange: The Development of the Novel and the Possibilities of the Imagination (Issue 11: 12/2003)Download as a PDF
  x Pam Perkins (University of Manitoba)
Planting Seeds of Virtue: Sentimental Fiction and the Moral Education of Women (Issue 6: 06/2001)Download as a PDF
  x Markus Poetzsch (Wilfred Laurier University)
From Eco-Politics to Apocalypse The Contentious Rhetoric of Eighteenth-Century Landscape Gardening (Issue 19: Winter 2009)Download as a PDF
  x Franz Potter (Plymouth State University/Southern New Hampshire University)
Writing for the Spectre of Poverty: Exhuming Sarah Wilkinson’s Bluebooks and Novels (Issue 11: 12/2003)Download as a PDF
  x John Pruitt (University of Wisconsin–Rock County)
Collecting the National Drama in Revolutionary England (Issue 19: Winter 2009)Download as a PDF
  x Sharon Ragaz (University of Toronto)
Writing to Sir Walter: The Letters of Mary Bryan Bedingfield (Issue 7: 12/2001)Download as a PDF

x Jacqueline Rhodes (CSU San Bernardino)
Copyright, Authorship, and the Professional Writer: The Case of William Wordsworth (Issue 8: 06/2002)Download as a PDF
  x Peter Simonsen (University of Southern Denmark)
‘Would that Its Tone Could Reach the Rich!’: Thomas Hood’s Periodical Poetry bridging Romantic and Victorian (Issue 16: Summer 2006)Download as a PDF
  x Margaret J.-M. Sonmez (Middle East Technical University of Turkey)
Archaisms in ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ (Issue 9: 12/2002)Download as a PDF
  x Anne Stevens (New York University)
Tales of Other Times: A Survey of British Historical Fiction, 1770–1812 (Issue 7: 12/2001)Download as a PDF

x David Stewart (University of Glasgow)
T. G. Wainewright’s Art Criticism and Metropolitan Magazine Style (Issue 17: Summer 2007) Download as a PDF
  x Barbara Vesey (Sheffield Hallam University)
‘The Approbation of my Own Heart’: Virtue and Duty in Harriet Ventum’s Selina and Justina (Issue 18: Summer 2008)Download as a PDF
  x Tamara Wagner (National University of Singapore)
Nostalgia for Home or Homelands: Romantic Nationalism and the Indeterminate Narrative in Frances Burney’s The Wanderer (Issue 10: 06/2003)Download as a PDF
  x Amy E. Weldon (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
‘The Common Gifts of Heaven’: Animal Rights and Moral Education in Anna Letitia Barbauld’s ‘The Mouse’s Petition’and ‘The Caterpillar’ (Issue 8: 06/2002)Download as a PDF
  x Lisa M. Wilson (SUNY Potsdam)
British Women Writing Satirical Works in the Romantic Period Gendering Authorship and Narrative Voice (Issue 17: Summer 2007) Download as a PDF
  x Maximiliaan van Woudenberg (Sheridan Institute of Technology)
Remediating Byron: Textual Information Overload during Byron’s 1816 Travels (Issue 18: Summer 2008)Download as a PDF

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