The Broadview Anthology of British Literature Volume 4: The Age of Romanticism (Paperback)Joseph Black (editor), Leonard Conolly (editor), Kate Flint (editor), Isobel Grundy (editor), Roy Liuzza (editor), Jerome McGann (editor), Anne Prescott (editor), Barry Qualls (editor), Claire Waters (editor)
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There are several additions to the website component as well-including a Contexts section on disability and a Contexts section on religion in the Romantic period. Other notable additions to the website include Sir Walter Scott's Two Drovers, Byron's Manfred, and new author entries for Hannah More, Robert Southey, Jane Cave, Emma Lyon, Leigh Hunt, and Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan.
Publisher: Broadview Press Ltd
Number of pages: 1100
Dimensions: 235 x 197 mm
Edition: 3rd Revised edition
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