The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Romantic Writers and Writing satisfies the need for a more general and extended representation of authors, their works and concepts informing the practice of Romantic writing, in the form of short entries or miniature essays, depending on the particular author/text/genre.
The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Romantic Writers and Writing presents a comprehensive reference volume on the writers, works, themes, and literary genres of the Romantic Period of British literature.
Explores lesser-known figures?both men and women?as well as major writers Cross-referenced to allow readers to make connections between writers and concepts Includes a timeline of key historical and literary moments Contains detailed bibliographies for suggested further reading
Mark Lussier is Professor of English in the EnglishDepartment at Arizona State University. He has published widely onnumerous cultural concerns, from the status of women during theRestoration through the emergence of Buddhism in Nineteenth-CenturyEurope to the satiric dimensions of modern and contemporarysurrealism. Dana Tait is a Lecturer in the English Department at ArizonaState University. Her research interests focus on the longnineteenth century, particularly the Cockney School ofRomantic poets and aestheticism.
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