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A Companion to Romanticism
Edited by Duncan Wu

Romantic Poetry

Edited by Duncan Wu

Romanticism and Revolution: A Reader
Jon Mee and David Fallon

A Concise Companion to the Romantic Age
Edited by Jon Klancher

Romantic Poetry: An Annotated Anthology
Edited by Michael O’Neill & Charles Mahoney

Reading Romantic Poetry
Fiona Stafford

A Companion to Romantic Poetry
Edited by Charles Mahoney

A Handbook of Romanticism Studies
Edited by Julia M. Wright & Joel Faflak

A Companion to the Eighteenth-Century English Novel and Culture
Edited by Paula R. Backscheider & Catherine Ingrassia

The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Eighteenth-Century Writers and Writing
Paul Baines, Julian Ferraro & Pat Rogers

Eighteenth-Century Poetry: An Annotated Anthology
Edited by David Fairer & Christine Gerrard

The Encyclopedia of Romantic Literature
Edited by Frederick Burwick

The Five-Book Prelude: With an Introduction by Jonathan Wordsworth
Edited by Duncan Wu

The Plain Speaker: The Key Essays
Edited by Duncan Wu and Tom Paulin


•  Literature Compass

Unique in both range and approach, Literature Compass publishes peer-reviewed articles on the most important research and current thinking from across the entire discipline.

Literature Compass features a new kind of core content: articles on the state-of-the-field or sub-field foreground important trends while viewpoint articles challenge the received wisdom. Generating a strong sense of dialogue and engagement, of research with a public face, Literature Compass gives desktop access to the driving ideas, current issues and controversies that enliven the discipline and fuel literary research. It provides a critical platform for the scholar and an ideal entry point for the non-specialist.

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18th Century
Edited by Kathrn King

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‘Enchanted Traps?’ The Historiography of Art and Colonialism in Eighteenth-century India
Natasha Eaton

Decentering the Dean: Locating Jonathan Swift in Ireland and Grub Street
David Oakleaf

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Edited by Sue Chaplin and Joel Faflak

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"Decline and British Romantic Literary Culture”
Jonathan Sachs

The Romantic Aesthetics of Settlement in 19th Century Canada
D. M. R. Bentley

•  Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies

The Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (JECS) acts as a meeting-place for the many academic disciplines that make up a period study: among others, history, literature, science, economics, fine art, music, religion, geography and popular culture. Special notice is taken of research that explores links between the disciplines and that helps to develop cross-disciplinary fields of enquiry. Significant and original research taking any methodological approach – from the heavily historicized and data-driven to the theoretically informed – is all equally valued.

JECS seeks to publish the best research on the long eighteenth century (c. 1675–1825) irrespective of which parts of the world this research concerns. While most of the articles appearing since its launch (as the British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies) in 1978 have focused on Western Europe and North America, new research on the eighteenth century beyond those borders, and on the interconnected ‘global eighteenth century’, is now particularly welcome.

Recent Special Issues:

Eighteenth-Century Studies: The State of the Discipline
Edited by M. O. Grenby

Contesting Creativity
Guest edited by David Higgins and John Whale

Animals in the Eighteenth Century
Guest edited by Glynis Ridley

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