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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 20, Number 5, December 2009

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Introduction
pp. 613-618(6)
Authors: Rajan, Tilottama; Crisafulli, Lilla Maria

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Theorizing a republican poetics: P.B. Shelley and Alfieri
pp. 619-628(10)
Author: Rossington, Michael

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Romanticism displaced and placeless
pp. 637-650(14)
Author: Curran, Stuart

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Feeling cosmopolitan: the novel politician after Byron
pp. 651-659(9)
Authors: Allen, Emily; Felluga, Dino Franco

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Imagination as inter-science
pp. 661-669(9)
Author: Sha, Richard

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Gained horizons: Buddhism in Tibetan colonial travelogues
pp. 681-688(8)
Author: Spandri, Elena

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Readers respond to Godwin: Romantic republicanism in letters
pp. 699-707(9)
Author: Clemit, Pamela

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The (inoperative) epistolary community in Eliza Fenwick's Secresy
pp. 709-720(12)
Author: Bundock, Christopher

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The inoperative community of Romantic psychiatry
pp. 721-731(11)
Author: Faflak, Joel

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Book reviews
pp. 733-766(34)
Authors: de Almeida, Hermione; Baker, J. M.; Burroughs, Catherine; Duggett, Tom; Spector, Sheila; Davis, William

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