Coherence and Inclusion in the Life Writing of Romantic-period London

By Matthew Sangster

The first article that I wrote arising from this project, ‘Coherence and Inclusion in the Life Writing of Romantic-period London’, has just been published in a special issue of Life Writing edited by Felicity James and Julian North and showcasing papers from their Writing Lives Together conference (held in September 2015). The article is behind a paywall, but if anyone without appropriate library access is interested in reading it, I have a direct access link that I’d be happy to send by email.

I’ve been drawn away from this site for the past few months by the process of settling into Glasgow and because of exciting developments with the AHRC-funded ‘Institutions of Literature, 1700-1900′ network that I’m co-running, but I’ve now completed work on three additional curations that I’ll be linking in with the main body of the site shortly. I’m also hoping to have a bit more time over the summer to make some fairly substantial changes and updates.

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Source:: http://www.romanticlondon.org/coherence-and-inclusion-in-the-life-writing-of-romantic-period-london/