Resource guide on Romanticism

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Resource guide on Romanticism

  1. 1. Created by Emma Wilcox for English Literature in December 2011 All Rights Reserved. NTU Library Page 1 Resource Guide on Romanticism c1780-1830 William Blake: Creation of Eve
  2. 2. Created by Emma Wilcox for English Literature in December 2011 All Rights Reserved. NTU Library Page 2 This guide is divided into: 1. General critical guides to the Romantic era 2. The Romantic poets 3. Romantic prose 4. AV materials 5. Journals 6. Websites I. General critical guides to the Romantic era Individual titles The Cambridge History of English Romantic Literature Edited by: James Chandler Call no. PR146.C178 A concise companion to the Romantic age Edited by: Jon Klancher A collection of essays on the romantic era. Call No: PR447.C744 Romanticism : an anthology Edited by: Duncan Wu Call No.: PR1139.R759 2006 Critical Series Cambridge Studies in Romanticism The HSS library has more than 40 titles in this series of critical works devoted to English literature 1780-1830. To browse titles in the series, enter ‘Cambridge Studies in Romanticism’ in the library catalogue search box.
  3. 3. Created by Emma Wilcox for English Literature in December 2011 All Rights Reserved. NTU Library Page 3 II. The Romantic poets Romantic poetry Edited by Duncan Wu Call No: PR1222.R759 The Cambridge companion to British romantic poetry Edited by James Chandler Call no. PR590.C178 Cambridge Companion to Literature Series The Cambridge companion to William Blake / edited by Morris Eaves. Call No: PR4147.C178 The Cambridge companion to Coleridge / edited by Lucy Newlyn Call No: PR4484.C26C178 The Cambridge companion to Keats / edited by Susan J. Wolfson Call No: PR4837.C178 The Cambridge companion to Shelley / edited by Timothy Morton.. Call No: PR5438.C178 The Cambridge companion to Wordsworth / edited by Stephen Gill. Call No: PR5888.C178 Bloom's classic critical views series William Blake / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom Call no: PR4147.W716 George Gordon, Lord Byron / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom Call No: PR4388.G347 2009 Samuel Taylor Coleridge / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom Call No: PR4147.W716
  4. 4. Created by Emma Wilcox for English Literature in December 2011 All Rights Reserved. NTU Library Page 4 Percy Shelley / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom Call No: PR5438.P432 William Wordsworth / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom Call No: PR5881.W719W 2009 III. Romantic prose The Cambridge companion to fiction in the Romantic period / edited by Richard Maxwell, Katie Trumpener Call No: PR858.R73C178 Cambridge Companion to Mary Shelley [e-book] Author: Esther Schor The Cambridge companion to Jane Austen / edited by Edward Copeland and Juliet McMaster [e-book] Mary Shelley / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom Call No: PR5398.M393 2008 Jane Austen / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom Call No: PR4037.J33 2008 Edinburgh edition of the Waverley novels by Sir Walter Scott 23 volume set Call no. PR5322 The complete works of Thomas De Quincey The Pickering Masters ‘The Works of Thomas De Quincey 21 volume set Call No: PR4530.W926 A companion to Jane Austen / edited by Claudia L. Johnson and Clara Tuite. Call No: PR4037.C737
  5. 5. Created by Emma Wilcox for English Literature in December 2011 All Rights Reserved. NTU Library Page 5 Jane Austen and the romantic poets / William Deresiewicz Call No: PR4038.L5D431 Enlightening Romanticism, Romancing the Enlightenment: British Novels from 1750-1832 [electronic resource] Author: Wallace, Miriam L. This collection of essays challenges definitions of ‘Romanticism’ and ‘The Enlightenment’. Romanticism and the Gothic: Genre, Reception, and Canon Formation [electronic resource] Author: Gamer, Michael This title examines the link between high Romantic literature and the Gothic. IV. AV Materials AV materials are available at the Business or ADM Library (please check the library catalogue for location) where they can be viewed. For students, borrowing is restricted to 4 hours. BBC adaptations of the novels of Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility Directed by John Alexander Call No: PR4034.S43S478S Pride and prejudice Director: Simon Langton Call No: PR4034.P72P947A Northanger Abbey Call No: PR4034.N871A
  6. 6. Created by Emma Wilcox for English Literature in December 2011 All Rights Reserved. NTU Library Page 6 Mansfield Park Director: Nick Dance Call No: PR4034.M33M287P Emma Director: Jim O'Hanlon Call No: PR4034.E53E54EM Persuasion Director: John Daly Call No: PR4034.P467 2003 Romantic poets The Romantic poets [sound recording] Selected works of Blake, Byron, Coleridge, Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, read by various narrators. Call No: PR1222.R759P DISCS 1-6 Sir Walter Scott, poet and novelist, 1771-1832 [videorecording] Director: Malcolm Hossick. Call No: PR5332.S619 The Romantic poets [videorecording] Producer: Lara Lowe.Detail Call No. PR590.R759 Percy Bysshe Shelley, 1792- 1822 [videorecording] Director: Malcolm Hossick Call No: PR5431.P431 Percy Bysshe Shelley [sound recording]. PR5403.S545P Mary Shelley's Frankenstein [videorecording] Director: Kenneth Branagh Call No.: PN1995.9.F8M393
  7. 7. Created by Emma Wilcox for English Literature in December 2011 All Rights Reserved. NTU Library Page 7 V. Journals 1. Byron journal Published twice annually by Liverpool University Press for The Byron Society. 2. European Romantic Review Journal of the North American Society for the study of Romanticism. Focuses on innovative scholarship on the literature and culture of Europe, Great Britain and the Americas from 1760-1840. 3. Keats-Shelley Review One hundred year-old journal published twice annually by the Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. Focuses on Romanticism, English literature and Anglo- Italian relations. 4. Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies Published by the British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies 5. John Clare Society Journal Published by John Clare Society 6. Romanticism Published by Edinburgh University Press, this journal focuses on literature published between 1750-1850. Includes critical, historical, textual and bibliographical essays. 7. Studies in Romanticism Published by the trustees of Boston University. Includes many ‘thematic’ issues such as the summer 2011 issue which features articles about Keats. 8. Wordsworth Circle Published by New York University. Articles focus on contemporary studies of literature, culture and society in England from 1760-1850. VI. Websites 1. Romantic Circles An academic peer-reviewed website dedicated to Romantic literature and culture. 2. William Blake Archive A hyperlinked archive of Blake’s work. Includes high quality digital images. Sponsored by the Library of Congress. 3. The Romantic Chronology A chronology of the Romantic era, which can be searched by date, topic or by specific entry such as an author or historical figure. 4. The Web Concordance A web concordance to poems by Blake, Coleridge, Keats, Shelley and Wordsworth.

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