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Incarnation and the Autobiographical Exit: Wordsworth's "The Prelude", Books IX-XIII (1805)

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Character Description and Meaning in the Romantic Novel

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"Truth Is the Death of Intention": Benjamin's Esoteric History of Romanticism

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The "Annus Mirabilis" and the Lost Boy: Hartley's Case

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Arbitrary Power: Romanticism, Language, Politics

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Burns, Blake, and the Recovery of Lyric

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"Kubla Khan" and the Creative Process

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Byron and His Fictions

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British Poetry and the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars: Visions of Conflict

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William Hazlitt, on Being Brilliant

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Generating a National Sublime: Wordsworth's "The River Duddon" and "The Guide to the Lakes"

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Illustrating Accusation: Blake on Dante's "Commedia"

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"Now Misery Has Come Home": Sibling Rivalry in Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein"

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Seeing in the Dark: Hazlitt's Immanent Idealism

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Mapping Misogyny: Godwin's "Fleetwood" and the Staging of Rousseauvian Education

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Wordsworth on Man, on Nature, and on Human Life

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Thomas Beddoes and the Physiology of Romantic Medicine

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Wordsworth's "Beggars" and a Brief Instance of "Writer's Block"

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