Spring 2002 Table of Contents


Scott Mackenzie   3

Confessions of a Gentrified Sinner: Secrets in Scott and Hogg

Joshua David Gonsalves   33

What Makes Lord Byron Go? Strong Determinations—Public/Private—of Imperial Errancy

Christina Zwarg   65

The Work of Trauma: Fuller, Douglass, and Emerson on the Border of Ridicule

Richard Marggraf Turley   89

“Strange longings”: Keats and Feet


James O’Rourke’s Keat’s Odes and Contemporary Criticism, reviewed by Jack Stillinger   107

Michael Simpson’s Closet Performances: Political Exhibition and Prohibition in the Dramas of Byron and Shelley, reviewed by Terence Hoagwood   110

Morton D.Paley’s Portraits of Coleridge, reviewed by Grant F.Scott   113

Terence Whalen’s Edgar Allan Poe and the Masses: The Political Economy of Literature in Antebellum America, reviewed by Eliza Richards   117

Henry Sussman’s The Aesthetic Contract: Statutes of Art and Intellectual Work in Modernity, reviewed by David Ferris   123

Shaun Irlam’s Elations: The Poetics of Enthusiasm in Eighteenth-Century Britain, reviewed by Patricia Meyer Spacks   128