The Romantics Reviewed: Contemporary Reviews of British Romantic Writers. Part C: Shelley, Keats and London Radical Writers - Volume II
Donald H. Reiman
Routledge, Oct 4, 2016 - Literary Criticism - 416 pages
First published in 1972, this volume contains contemporary British periodical reviews of Shelley, Keats and London Radical Writers, including William Godwin, Leigh Hunt and Mary Shelley, in publications from Gentleman’s Magazine to the Theological Inquirer.
Introductions to each periodical provide brief sketches of each publication as well as names, dates and bibliographical information. Headnotes offer bibliographical data of the reviews and suggested approaches to studying them.
This book will be of interest to those studying the Romantics and English literature.
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The first story , entitled Lamnia , was suggested to our author by a passage in Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy , which he has extracted at the end of it . We will extract it here , at the beginning , that the readers may see how he has ...