Summer 2016 table of contents

Studies in Romanticism

volume 55 . number 2 . summer 2016
PUBLISHED BY THE GRADUATE SCHOOL . BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Articles
TERRY F. ROBINSON 143
Becoming Somebody: Refashioning the Body Politic in Mary Robinson’s Nobody
IAN NEWMAN 185
Moderation in the Lyrical Ballads: Wordsworth and the Ballad Debates of the 1790s
TIMOTHY HEIMLICH 211
“We wed not with the stranger”: Disjunctive Histories, Fluid Geographies, and Contested Nationalities in Romantic Fictions of Wales
ANDREW RUDD 239
The “Other” Robert Bloomfield: “To Immagination” (1800) and the Quest for an Authentic Poetic Voice
MATTHEW CLARKE 257
“Fit though few”: Anxiety and Ideology in Wordsworth’s Excursion Quarto

Book Reviews

Emily Rohrbach’s Modernity’s Mist: British Romanticism and the Poetics of Anticipation
reviewed by Deborah Elise White 283
Maurizio Ascari, and Stephen Knight, eds., From the Sublime to City Crime
reviewed by Charles J. Rzepka 287
Heidi C. M. Scott’s Chaos and Cosmos: Literary Roots of Modern Ecology in the British Nineteenth Century
reviewed by Arden Hegele 291
Sarah Raff’s Jane Austen’s Erotic Advice
reviewed by John C. Leffel 295
Ann Wierda Rowland’s Romanticism and Childhood: The Infantilization of British Literary Culture
reviewed by Talia Vestri Croan 298