Keats-Shelley Review

(The median citation count of Keats-Shelley Review 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.)
Prometheus Unbound: Reconstitutive Poetics and the Promethean Poet2
Androgyny as Mental Revolution in Act 4 of Prometheus Unbound2
Is the Criticism of John Keats’s Doctors Justified? A Bicentenary Re-Appraisal2
Keats and Charles Brown’s Memoir: Was Keats’s Nightingale Really a Thrush?1
Canny Scanning1
Talking about Peterloo: Manifold Oratory Speeches during the Romantic Period0
Of Poets, Dreamers, and Doctors: Keats as a ‘Physician to All Men’0
An Unpublished Mary Shelley Letter0
Report from Rome0
New Curator for Keats-Shelley House0
‘Bound in Amity to All’: Euthanasia’s Cosmopolitan Ethic of Caring0
‘Four Seasons Fill the Measure of the Year’: Romantic Meteorology0
Report from Rome0
The Soundscapes of Childhood in Coleridge’s Lyric Poetry0
In the Kelp Forest0
John Keats and the Temporal Artery0
Awarding the Peterloo Medal: The Radical Free Press and the Manchester Massacre, 1819-18210
Report from Rome0
‘Translating’ Valperga : A Journey Through Mary Shelley’s Italy0
The Wolves of Chernobyl0
‘That Path Where Flowers Never Grew’: Pageantry as Fertility Going Awry in ‘The Triumph of Life’0
Reading Peterloo as Social Practice: the Lexical Representation of Social Actors in Three London-based Papers0
On Adonais0
Connection, Consolation, and the Power of Distance in the Letters of John Keats0
A Romantic Rebel: Shelley’s Etonian Schooldays0
Written in Water: Keats’s Final Journey0
Promise of Angels0
December Moth outside a care home window0
What on Google Earth Happened to Miss Cotterell?0
Chairman’s Report0
The Reverdie0
Indian Paradise Flycatcher0
Elegy to the Motherland0
Licentia Historica : History and Romance in Mary Shelley’s Valperga0
The Intellectual Circle of Muzio Clementi in London: A Contribution to His Biography0
Valperga at 2000
P. B. Shelley’s The Mask of Anarchy between Ethics and Politics0
Moving Shadows: The Influence of John Keats on the Poetry of John Tyndall0
Chairman’s Report0
Peter Rockwell: A Tribute0
Elegy for Hedgehog0
Peterloo and ‘Fairburn’s Editions’0
Keats, Peterloo and Seriality0
Shelley and Keats Revisited: The 1820 Volumes0
Afterlives: Shelley’s Transformative Rhetoric in Queen Mab Note 170
News From Keats House, Hampstead0
News from Keats House, Hampstead0
‘Murdered Man’: Re-Examining Keats in The Examiner0
Of Fame and Revelations0
Love and Death in St Pancras Churchyard0
The Sacrosanct Status of the Graves of Keats and Shelley in the Twentieth Century0
Aaron Burr and Mary Shelley’s Lodore0
Byron and the Mediterranean “Cult of the South”: a bicentennial symposium - University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway, June 20-22, 20240
Report from Rome0
Sublimity in the Poetry of William Wordsworth and Percy Bysshe Shelley0
Saving the Clairmont Family Tomb0
Cemetery Crow0
Chairman’s Report0
‘I May Write My name’: A Collector’s Fog-Born Elf0
Politics, Petitions, and Violence in Shelley’s Posthumous Fragments of Margaret Nicholson0
Shelley’s ‘Lost’ Poem: A Talk at the 2019 Keats-Shelley Awards0
Letters from Manuela0
A Craftsman’s Tale0
Report from Rome0
‘The Choice Society of All Ages’: The Shelleys’ Books at Keats-Shelley House0
Born Under Scorpio0
Perspectives on Peterloo at 200: Construing and Representing the Event0
The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley: Volume VII0
‘—My Brother Tom is Much Improved—’: The Suffering Body at the Ends of Keats’s Letters and Poems0
Walking About a Cemetery Always, What Endures, The Walk0
Collections Housed at the Keats-Shelley House: A Digital Translation0
Report from Rome0
Keats’s Anatomy of Melancholy: Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and Other Poems (1820)0
Shelley’s Gone Girl: Morbid Cherishing in Ginevra0
The Visitors0
Gone with the (West) Wind: Shelley, Apostrophe, and Inept Interpellation0
Keats-Shelley 2000
‘Rise Now from Your Slumber’: Ballads and Songs of Peterloo0
The Italian Idea: Anglo-Italian Radical Literary Culture, 1815–18230