Wordsworth Circle

Papers
(The median citation count of Wordsworth Circle is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
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The Interval in Coleridge: Meter and Temporality2
The Global Romantic Lyric2
From the Editor1
Lyrical Ballads, Balladic Lyrics: The Case of Wordsworth’s “The Thorn”1
Beyond Pure Poetics: On the Rhythmic Impulse in Romanticism1
Historical Poetics, Poetics of History: Priestley’s Time Charts and the Visualization of Meter1
The Rewilding of Dorothy Wordsworth1
Pretty Vacant: Shelley’s Metrical Stops and Glacial Breaks1
Repetition Run Riot: Refrains, Slogans, and Graffiti1
Balladry in Motion1
Volume 54 Index0
The Quintessential Humanism of Dr. Marilyn Gaull0
Front Matter0
:The Cambridge Companion to British Romanticism and Religion0
Sally Bushell, ed., The Cambridge Companion to “Lyrical Ballads.” Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. xx+284 pp. £21.99 (paper).0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association Call for Papers0
:The Limits of Familiarity: Authorship and Romantic Readers0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association Call for Papers0
Dickinson’s Poise0
:The Global Wordsworth: Romanticism Out of Place0
James Watt, British Orientalisms, 1759–1835. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. vii+285 pp. US$99.99.0
:Jane Austen and Other Minds: Ordinary Language Philosophy in Literary Fiction0
Kirstie Blair, Working Verse in Victorian Scotland: Poetry, Press, Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. vi+235 pp. US$80.00.0
Front Matter0
Marilyn, Without Whom0
Justin Tonra, Write My Name: Authorship in the Poetry of Thomas Moore. New York: Routledge, 2021. ix+193 pp. US$128.00.0
:Scottish Romanticism and Collective Memory in the British Atlantic0
:On the Horizon of World Literature: Forms of Modernity in Romantic England and Republican China0
Coleridge’s “Frost at Midnight”: Phase Transition0
A Local Habitation, Not a Name: The Preservation of Wildness in Wordsworth’s “Poems on the Naming of Places”0
The Drama of the Author: Wordsworth’s The Excursion0
De Quincey and Power0
Front Matter0
Diego Saglia, European Literatures in Britain, 1815–1832: Romantic Translations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. xvii+261 pp. US $105.00. Will Bowers, The Italian Idea: Anglo-It0
:Before the Raj: Writing Early Anglophone India0
:Pathologies of Motion: Historical Thinking in Medicine, Aesthetics, and Poetics0
Volume 53 Index0
Notes Toward a History of Gentleness0
Michelle Levy, Literary Manuscript Culture in Romantic Britain. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020. xii+299 pp. US$105.00.0
Travel, Taste, and Tourism in Southey’s Letters from England (1807)0
Karen Swann, Lives of the Dead Poets: Keats, Shelley, Coleridge. New York: Fordham University Press, 2019. 177 pp. US$30.000
2023 Announcement0
From the Editor0
Front Matter0
Tradition and the Individual Ballad: Prosodic Inheritance and Innovation in the Lyrical Ballads (1798)0
Memorial to Marilyn Gaull0
Romanticism and the Operationalization of Data into Epistemology: Kant, Somerville, Bayes, and Felt Quantity0
Crossing the Alps: William and Dorothy Wordsworth in Dialogue0
Wordsworth’s Moonyverse: Lockdown and Lunacy in Two Poems from the 1830s0
Front Matter0
:Keats and Shelley: Winds of Light0
Robert Southey and the Fate of Spanish Democracy, 1811–18210
:William Wordsworth, Second-Generation Romantic: Contesting Poetry after Waterloo0
Epistemologies of the Road: William Hazlitt and the Georgian Road Book0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association 20220
John Clare: The Sonnet “Ill at Rest”0
The Overlooked Mechanics of Chapter 13 in Coleridge’s Biographia Literaria0
John Clare in Neon: Environmental Crisis and the Poetics of the Field0
Christopher W. Corbin, The Evangelical Party and Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Return to the Church of England. New York: Routledge, 2019. ix+224 pp. US$155.00.0
:Early Anthropocene Literature in Britain, 1750–18840
Marilyn Gaull’s Unwritten Book: Romantic Possibility and the Polymath0
Toni Wein, Monstrous Fellowship: “Pagan, Turk and Jew” in English Popular Culture, 1780–1845. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2018. x+334 pp. US$78.93.0
From the Editor0
Stephen Tedeschi, Urbanization and English Romantic Poetry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. vi+282 pp. US$99.99 (cloth); US$28.99 (paper).0
Shelley and Slavery0
From the Editor0
Bibliography of Writings by Marilyn Gaull0
Volume 51 Index0
Announcement: The Marilyn Gaull Book Award0
Afterword: Shared Data, Personal Data0
Samantha Matthews, Album Verses and Romantic Literary Culture: Poetry, Manuscript, Print, 1780–1850. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. 304 pp. US$80.00.0
Naji B. Oueijan, Lord Byron and Mythology. New York: Peter Lang, 2020. xii+143 pp. US$81.00.0
Introduction: Returning to the Biographia Literaria0
Romantic Energy0
Post-Romantic Relations: Percy Bysshe Shelley and Emily Brontё0
Eric Gidal,Ossianic Unconformities: Bardic Poetry in the Industrial Age. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2015. xi+226. US$39.50.0
Front Matter0
:Thomas De Quincey: Romanticism in Translation0
“Shadowy Recollections”: Shelley’s Imaginative Encounters with Wordsworth0
:Chinese Dreams in Romantic England: The Life and Times of Thomas Manning0
The Erotic Phenomenon of Charlotte Smith’s “Flora”0
:The Romantic Rhetoric of Accumulation0
Announcement: Marilyn Gaull Book Award0
From the Editor0
“Above the Noise and Stir of Yonder Fields Uplifted”: Wordsworth in the High Places0
:George Berkeley and Romanticism: Ghostly Language0
:Orientation in European Romanticism: The Art of Falling Upwards0
Single-Press Literature: Improvement, Walladmor, and the Production of Authenticity0
Hazlitt’s Criticism of Shelley0
From the Editor0
Yohei Igarashi, The Connected Condition: Romanticism and the Dream of Communication. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2020. 237 pp. US$60.00.0
Paper Bodies: Data and Embodiment in the Sisterhood of Slade’s Commonplace Books0
:The Collected Letters of Humphry Davy0
“On poetry and geometric truth”: Wordsworth’s Genius Loci0
Front Matter0
From the Editor0
:Living as an Author in the Romantic Period0
Andrew M. Stauffer, Book Traces: Nineteenth-Century Readers and the Future of the Library. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021. 207 pp. US$49.95.0
2023 Announcement0
:Against the Uprooted Word: Giving Language Time in Transatlantic Romanticism0
“A Long and Clamorous Bray”: Echo and Allusion in Peter Bell0
Matthew Bevis, Wordsworth’s Fun. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019. 303 pp. US$82.50 (cloth); US$27.50 (paper).0
The Datafication of Culture: Romanticism and AI-Generated Poetry0
2024 Announcement0
How Poetry Knows0
Marilyn Gaull Book Award to be presented annually by the Wordsworth-Coleridge Association0
John Owen Havard, Disaffected Parties: Political Estrangement and the Making of English Literature, 1760–1830. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. xv+296 pp. US$75.99.0
Frederick Burwick, A History of Romantic Literature. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell, 2019. ix+533 pp. US$130.00.0
Robert Morrison, ed., Thomas De Quincey: Selected Writings. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 672 pp. US$135.00.0
:Shakespeare and the Romantics0
:Hope: A Literary History0
:Fracture Feminism: The Politics of Impossible Time in British Romanticism0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association Call for Papers0
James Robert Wood, Anecdotes of Enlightenment: Human Nature from Locke to Wordsworth. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2019. xv+241 pp. US$49.50.0
“Intimations” Revisited: Wordsworth’s Double Consciousness0
Marilyn Remembered0
Front Matter0
:Poetic Form and Romantic Provocation0
Erratum0
John Clare’s Peepshow: The Clarean Camera and the Medium of Peasant Poetry0
For Marilyn Gaull0
Remembering Marilyn Gaull0
Front Matter0
The Politics of Superstition in “The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere,” Osorio, and The Borderers0
:Canals, Castles and Catholics: Dora Wordsworth’s Continental Journal of 18280
Alexander Freer, Wordsworth’s Unremembered Pleasure. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. 272 pp. US$70.00.0
Anahid Nersessian, The Calamity Form: On Poetry and Social Life. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2020. 223 pp. US$27.50 (paper).0
Not Imitation, Deep Transformation: Wordsworth’s Virgil0
Imaginative Geographies in Scott and Austen0
Front Matter0
Dark Desert Earth: Romanticism in the Desert0
Picturesque Wilderness and the Human Problem0
:Look Round for Poetry: Untimely Romanticism0
From the Editor0
:Aesthetics, Poetics and Phenomenology in Samuel Taylor Coleridge0
“Looking as from a Distance on the World”: Poetic Epistemologies of the Long Eighteenth Century0
Phillip Hunnekuhl, Henry Crabb Robinson: Romantic Comparatist, 1790–1811. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2020. xix+275pp. £90.0
Hrileena Ghosh, John Keats’ Medical Notebook. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2020. xiv+303 pp. US$120.00.0
Lyric Elements: Sound and Performance0
Nancy E. Johnson and Paul Keen, eds., Mary Wollstonecraft in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. xxxiv+358 pp., 5 illustrations. US$110.00 (cloth).0
From the Editor0
:The Collected Letters of Sir George and Lady Beaumont to the Wordsworth Family, 1803–1829, with a Study of the Creative Exchange between Wordsworth and Beaumont0
Late and Soon; or, Where to Stop? Two New Biographies of Wordsworth0
David Russell, Tact: Aesthetic Liberalism and the Essay Form in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2018. x+200 pp. US$35.00.0
Wordsworth among the Ancient Britons: Historical Attachments in The Vale of Esthwaite0
Matrix, Imprint, Dot: Romantic Data by the Fingertip0
:Shelley in China (1905–1966)0
Front Matter0
“The Path of Sound through the Air”: Coleridge’s Biographia, I. A. Richards, and Twentieth-Century Poetry0
Poetry and the Romantic Harmony0
Michael O’Neill, Mary Shelley, and the Posthumous Poems0
Kate Singer, Romantic Vacancy: The Poetics of Gender, Affect, and Radical Speculation. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2019. xlii+233 pp. US$95.00.0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association Call for Papers0
Kate Singer, Ashley Cross, and Suzanne L. Barnett, eds. Material Transgressions: Beyond Romantic Bodies, Genders, Things. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2020. xiii+339 pp. £90.00.0
Antiquarian Polyphony: William Hone’s Transformation in / of the 1820s0
Sense Data and the Romantic Myth of the Given0
Coleridge’s Church and State: A Reassessment of Culture, Clerisy, Catholicism, the Humanities, and a National Trust0
A Brief History of the Wordsworth-Coleridge Association0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association Call for Papers0
:Romantic Autopsy: Literary Form and Medical Reading0
Preface0
From the Editor0
“Uphold Me to That End”: The Telos of Wordsworth’s Poetry0
:William Blake’s Printed Paintings: Methods, Origins, Meanings0
Damian Walford Davies, ed. Counterfactual Romanticism. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019. xii+324 pp. £80.00.0
Marilyn Gaull Book Award to be presented annually by the Wordsworth-Coleridge Association0
2024 Announcement0
:The Natural Laws of Plot: How Things Happen in Realist Novels0
:“Genial” Perception: Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the Myth of Genius in the Long Eighteenth Century0
:Dream-Child: A Life of Charles Lamb0
The Poetry of the Ambidextrous Michael O’Neill0
:The Aesthetic Commonplace: Wordsworth, Eliot, Wittgenstein and the Language of Every Day0
Ian Duncan, Human Forms: The Novel in the Age of Evolution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2019. xiii+290 pp. US$35.00.0
Announcement: The Marilyn Gaull Book Award0
:Disastrous Subjectivities: Romanticism, Modernity, and the Real0
Front Matter0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association Call for Papers0
Front Matter0
:The Lady’s Magazine (1770–1832) and the Making of Literary History0
Missing Marilyn0
Wordsworth’s Fortitude, “Peele Castle,” and Lucretius’s De Rerum Natura0
Women’s Walking Tours and Romantic Wilderness0
Front Matter0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association Call for Papers0
:Techno-Magism: Media, Mediation, and the Cut of Romanticism0
How to Make a Circle—for Marilyn Gaull0
Learning from Michael O’Neill: Shelley’s Afterlives and Mary Shelley’s Editing0
Simon Bainbridge, Mountaineering and British Romanticism: The Literary Cultures of Climbing, 1770–1836. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. xii+230 pp. US$80.00.0
Romantic Opium in a Global Context0
“If they would but laugh at him”: Joanna Baillie, Comedy, and Everyday Revenge0
T. Robin Chapman, The Oxford Literary History of Wales, Volume 2, Writing in Welsh, c. 1740–2010: A Troubled Heritage. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. x+332 pp. £65.00.0
:Walter Scott and the Greening of Scotland: Emergent Ecologies of a Nation0
:Death Rights: Romantic Suicide, Race, and the Bounds of Liberalism0
:The Lake Poets in Prose: Connecting Threads0
“Concourse Wild”: Birdsong, Speech, and Wordsworth’s Poetry0
Announcement: The Marilyn Gaull Book Award0
An Email from September 20010
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Faust: A Tragedy, Part I. Edited and translated by Eugene Stelzig. Lewiston, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2019. ix+233 pp. US$19.95 (paper).0
Announcement: The Marilyn Gaull Book Award0
Volume 52 Index0
Saeko Yoshikawa, William Wordsworth and Modern Travel: Railways, Motorcars and the Lake District, 1830–1940. Romantic Reconfigurations: Studies in Literature and Culture 1780–1850. Liverpool: L0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association 20250
Essaka Joshua, Physical Disability in British Romantic Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. 312 pp. US$99.99. Emily Stanback, The Wordworth-Coleridge Circle and the Aesth0
2022 Announcement0
Call for Papers0
From the Editor0
:Stoic Romanticism and the Ethics of Emotion0
:Shelley’s Broken World: Fractured Materiality and Intermitted Song0
“The child is father of the man”: The Educational Writings of Thomas Wedgwood and the Poems of William Wordsworth, 1798–18040
:Wild Romanticism0
2021 Announcement0
Nigel Leask, Stepping Westward: Writing the Highland Tour c.1720–1830. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. 339 pp. £65.00 (cloth).0
Deirdre Coleman, Henry Smeathman, the Flycatcher. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2018. xiii+322 pp. US$130.00.0
Coleridge’s Irritability: Reading Theory of Life with Christabel0
Ian Newman, The Romantic Tavern: Literature and Conviviality in the Age of Revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. xiii+279 pp. US$99.99.0
Angela Esterhammer, Print and Performance in the 1820s: Improvisation, Speculation, Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. ix+264 pp. US$99.99.0
From the Editor0
“Life and Food for Future Years”: Revisiting “Tintern Abbey” through Historical Marginalia0
Peter Cheyne, Coleridge’s Contemplative Philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020. v+374 pp. US$87.54.0
Marilyn Gaull Book Award to be presented annually by the Wordsworth-Coleridge Association0
From the Editor0
John Clare’s “Lament of Swordy Well” as Wasteland0
Dale Townshend, Gothic Antiquity: History, Romance, and the Architectural Imagination, 1760–1840. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. xxvi+405 pp. US$99.00.0
2023 Announcement0
Lyric’s Not Returning Time0
Announcement: Marilyn Gaull Book Award0
Wordsworth, Parody, and the Authorship of “The Barberry-Tree”0
Front Matter0
Anna Mercer, The Collaborative Literary Relationship of Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. New York: Routledge, 2020. xxxiii+209 pp. US$155.00.0
Coleridge and Wonder0
Coleridge’s Schelling’s Spinoza, or the Biographia Literaria and the Promise of the Wild0
Marilyn Gaull Book Award to Be Presented Annually by the Wordsworth-Coleridge Association0
From the Editor0
In Memoriam: Susan M. Levin0
:Haiti’s Literary Legacies: Romanticism and the Unthinkable Revolution0
Tom Keymer, Jane Austen: Writing, Society, Politics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. xiv+168 pp. US$18.95. Anne Toner, Jane Austen’s Style: Narrative Economy and the Novel’s Growth<0
Queering Liberation in The Woman of Colour0
:Honor, Romanticism, and the Hidden Value of Modernity0
Curbing Enthusiasm: Accommodation in Wordsworth’s Poetry0
Henry Crabb Robinson’s Reminiscences as Autobiography0
The Wordsworth-Coleridge Association Call for Papers0
:In Common Things: Commerce, Culture, and Ecology in British Romantic Literature0
:Book Madness: A Story of Book Collectors in America0
Placing William Gilbert’s Contributions to the World & Fashionable Advertiser0
Self-Interest and Millennial Prematurity: Joseph Fawcett and the Death of Mr. Clare inCaleb Williams0
:Portraits of Wollstonecraft: The Making of a Feminist Icon0
MLA Sessions Organized by the Wordsworth-Coleridge Association, 1974–20220
John Savarese, Romanticism’s Other Minds: Poetry, Cognition, and the Science of Sociability. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2020. viii+192 pp. US$59.95.0
Announcement: The Marilyn Gaull Book Award0
Jacques Khalip, Last Things: Disastrous Form from Kant to Hujar. New York: Fordham University Press, 2018. xiv+139 pp. US$25.00.0
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