Winter 2011 Table of Contents


Jon Mee  567

“The Use of Conversation”: William Godwin’s Conversable World and Romantic Sociability

Dustin D. Stewart  591

The Lettered Paul: Remnant and Mission in Hannah More, Walter Scott, and Critical Theory

James Mulvihill  619

Lady Susan: Jane Austen’s Machiavellian Moment

Anahid J. Nersessian  639

Romantic Liberalism and the Juridical Comedy: Robert Bage’s Hermsprong

Peter T. Murphy  661

Glory and Nothing: Byron Remembers Wordsworth

Gerard Cohen-Vrignaud  685

Becoming Corsairs: Byron, British Property Rights and Orientalist Economics




James M. Garrett’s Wordsworth and the Writing of the Nation

reviewed by Alison Hickey  715

David Collings’s Monstrous Society: Reciprocity, Discipline, and the Political Uncanny

reviewed by James O’Rourke  719

Felicity James’s Charles Lamb, Coleridge and Wordsworth: Reading Friendship in the 1790s

reviewed by Tim Milnes  722