Academic journal article The Byron Journal

Editorial

Academic journal article The Byron Journal

Editorial

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This is my final issue as the editor of The Byron Journal. Thank you to everyone involved in the journal - the Editorial Board, the Advisory Editors, all at Liverpool University Press, the many contributors I have worked with and, most importantly, the readers - for making my 7-year tenure such a rich, rewarding and pleasurable experience. I wish Dr Jonathon Shears, the incoming editor, every success in the coming years. I know he will make a fine editor.

The present issue offers the journal's usual snapshot of the variety, vitality and internationalism of Byron Studies today. We kick offwith an essay on Byronic hangovers. This is followed by a piece on incest in Byron's work. An essay on Byron and Catholicism comes next, then one that speculates on the possibility of a lost section of Don Juan. The final essay tackles the threat of 'sublime entombment' that looms over Manfred, and the relationship between this and the Wordsworthian sublime.

The Reviews section follows, which includes reviews on a number of important new books on Byron. …

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