Summer 2018 Table of Contents

Studies in Romanticism

VOLUME 57 . NUMBER 2 . SUMMER 2018

PUBLISHED BY THE GRADUATE SCHOOL . BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Articles

JOHN BUGG 173

How Radical was Joseph Johnson and Why Does Radicalism Matter?

BRECHT DE GROOTE 197

Thomas De Quincey, Translation, and the “Philosophy of Reconstruction”

ALEXANDRA MILSOM 219

John Chetwode Eustace, Radical Catholicism, and the Travel Guidebook:

The Classical Tour (1813) and Its Legacy

EWAN JAMES JONES 243

The Sonic Organization of “Kubla Khan”

MATTHEW LEPORATI 265

Ann Yearsley’s “Brutus” and the Evangelical Epic Poem

THOMAS SALEM MANGANARO 301

Free Indirect Discourse and the Problem of the Will in Two Novels by William Godwin

Book Reviews

William H. Galperin’s The History of Missed Opportunities: British Romanticism and the Emergence of the Everyday

reviewed by Magdalena Ostas 325

John Keats in Context. Edited by Michael O’Neill

reviewed by Jonathan Mulrooney 329

Jon Mee’s Print, Publicity and Radicalism in the 1790s: The Laurel of Liberty

reviewed by Michael Scrivener 332

Mark Offord’s Wordsworth and the Art of Philosophical Travel

reviewed by Adam Potkay 336

Colin Jager’s Unquiet Things: Secularism in the Romantic Age

reviewed by Jessica Fay 339