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Wales and the romantic imagination
"Wales and the Romantic Imagination" is the first study devoted exclusively to the appropriation of Wales, its landscape, history, and culture, by writers of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth
Diagnosing “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”: shipwreck, historicism, traumatology
FORGING A NEW HISTORICISM AVANT LA LETTRE IN THE ROAD TO XANADU (1927), John Livingston Lowes claimed that in his voracious consumption of voyage narratives prior to writing "The Rime of the Ancient
Presences that disturb : models of Romantic identity in the literature and culture of the 1790s
Walford Davies, D. (2002). Presences that Disturb: Models of Romantic Identity in the Literature and Culture of the 1790s. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. RAE2008
The monstrous debt : modalities of romantic influence in twentieth-century literature
The authors in this collection join an animated debate on the persistence of Romanticism. Even as dominant twentieth-century cultural movements have contested Romantic "myths" of redemptive Nature,
Romantic Hydrography: Tide and Transit in ‘Tintern Abbey’
Ever since Marjorie Levinson in Wordsworth’s Great Period Poems (1986) gave us a portrait of a disingenuous poet who in ‘Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey’ ‘artfully assembled’1 an
The Organization of a Russian-English Stem Dictionary on Magnetic Tape
The organisation of a dictionary on magnetic tape is described. A single pass of the dictionary tape is sufficient to process a block of text words without reverse motion. Most Russian words are
Romanticism, History, Historicism: Essays on an Orthodoxy
The "(re)turn to history" in Romantic Studies in the 1980s marked the beginning of a critical orthodoxy that continues to condition, if not define, our sense of the Romantic period twenty-five years