The BARS Review

The BARS Review is the review journal of the British Association for Romantic Studies, providing timely and comprehensive coverage of new monographs, essay collections, editions and other works dealing with the literature, history and culture of the Romantic period, broadly conceived.

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No 59 (2022)

Table of Contents


John Bonehill, Anne Dulau Beveridge and Nigel Leask, eds., Old Ways New Roads: Travels in Scotland, 1720-1832 HTML PDF
Katie Garner
Saeko Yoshikawa, ed., William Wordsworth. Guide to the Lakes. HTML PDF
Sheng Yao
Bernard Beatty, Reading Byron: Poems, Life, Politics and Jerome McGann, Byron and the Poetics of Adversity HTML PDF
Peter Francev
Jonathan Mulrooney, Romanticism and Theatrical Experience: Kean, Hazlitt, and Keats in the Age of Theatrical News HTML PDF
Uttara Natarajan
Beth Lau, Greg Kucich and Daniel Johnson, eds., Keats’s Reading / Reading Keats: Essays in Memory of Jack Stillinger HTML PDF
Chris Townsend
Foteini Lika, Roidis and the Borrowed Muse: British Historiography, Fiction and Satire in Pope Joan HTML PDF
Kostas Boyiopoulos

Spotlight: Rethinking Romantic Concepts

Richard C. Sha and Joel Faflak, eds., Romanticism and Consciousness Revisited HTML PDF
Richard Cronin
Chris Townsend, George Berkeley and Romanticism: Ghostly Language HTML PDF
Tom Marshall
Mathelinda Nabugodi, Shelley with Benjamin: A Critical Mosaic HTML PDF
Toby Lucas
Madeleine Callaghan, Eternity in British Romantic Poetry HTML PDF
Francesco Marchionni

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The BARS Review, No. 59 (Autumn 2022) - review compilation PDF
The BARS Review Editors

ISSN: 2049-7881