Romanticism, Maternity, and the Body Politic

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cambridge studies in romanticism

GENERAL EDITORS
MARILYN BUTLER, University of Oxford
JAMES CHANDLER, University of Chicago

1. Romantic Correspondence: Women, Politics and the Fiction of Letters
MARY A. FAVRET

2. British Romantic Writers and the East: Anxieties of Empire
NIGEL LEASK

3. Edmund Burke’s Aesthetic Ideology Language, Gender and Political Economy in Revolution
TOM FURNISS

4. Poetry as an Occupation and an Art in Britain, 1760–1830
PETER MURPHY

5. In the Theatre of Romanticism: Coleridge, Nationalism, Women
JULIE A. CARLSON

6. Keats, Narrative and Audience
ANDREW BENNETT

7. Romance and Revolution: Shelley and the Politics of a Genre
DAVID DUFF

8. Literature, Education, and Romanticism Reading as Social Practice, 1780–1832
ALAN RICHARDSON

9. Women Writing about Money: Women’s Fiction in England, 1790–1820
EDWARD COPELAND

10. Shelley and the Revolution in Taste: The Body and the Natural World
TIMOTHY MORTON

11. William Cobbett: The Politics of Style
LEONORA NATTRASS

12. The Rise of Supernatural Fiction, 1762–1800
E. J. CLERY

13. Women Travel Writers and the Language of Aesthetics, 1716–1818
ELIZABETH A. BOHLS

14. Napoleon and English Romanticism
SIMON BAINBRIDGE

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