Edinburgh Critical Studies in Romanticism

Series Editor(s): Ian Duncan, Penny Fielding

An innovative series extending our understanding of the historical and geographical reach of British Romanticism

This series of research monographs aims to develop a properly extensive, inclusive and internationalist view of British Romanticism with Scotland as one of its generative cores. Volumes will contribute to the on-going redefinitions of the field.

Key Features

  • Publishes the best scholarship in Romantic studies
  • Traces a long ‘Romantic’ period from the turn to ‘Celtic’ mythography in the 1750s to the regional Gothic of the 1830s and 1840s
  • Explores different kinds of writing and genre and the category of the ‘literary’
  • Takes account of the geographical reach and international contexts of British Romanticism
  • Reflects the key role of Scotland in British Romanticism

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