Academic journal article The Byron Journal

Editorial

Academic journal article The Byron Journal

Editorial

Article excerpt

If there were ever any doubt about the range and quality of current scholarship in Byron studies then it is removed by a glance through the present issue of The Byron Journal. Contained within the following pages are, I hope you will agree, some truly outstanding, original essays that are testament to the variety of ways that Byron continues to motivate and inspire. It is also gratifying to note that four of the authors included here are making their Byron Journal debuts.

The first three essays are authored by academics from the United States: J. Andrew Hubbell addresses Byron's cultural ecology paying close attention to Manfred, Jason Kolkey adds to the interesting growing body of work on Romantic print culture, examining pirated editions of Byron's verse, while Troy Wellington Smith sheds light on the neglected area of Byron's influence on Kierkegaard. This is followed by an article by Howard Davies, a London-based publisher, who provides a tale of his detective work in tracing a missing Byron plaque. …

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