© 2007

Palgrave Advances in Byron Studies

  • Jane Stabler

Part of the Palgrave Advances book series (PAD)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Jane Stabler
    Pages 1-15
  3. Peter Cochran
    Pages 34-59
  4. Paul M. Curtis
    Pages 60-80
  5. Caroline Franklin
    Pages 81-105
  6. Ghislaine McDayter
    Pages 130-154
  7. Timothy Morton
    Pages 155-170
  8. Pamela Kao, David Punter
    Pages 171-190
  9. Susan J. Wolfson
    Pages 257-280
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 281-287

About this book


This collection presents twelve outstanding new essays on Byron by leading critics from the USA, Canada and the UK including Steven Bruhm, Peter Cochran, Paul Curtis, Caroline Franklin, Peter Kitson, Ghislaine McDayter, Tim Morton, David Punter and Pamela Kao, Michael Simpson, Philip Shaw, Nanora Sweet and Susan Wolfson.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Jane Stabler
    • 1
  1. 1.University of St AndrewsUK

About the editors

STEVEN BRUHM Professor of English, Mount St Vincent University, University of Halifax, USA PETER COCHRAN Editor of the Newstead Byron Society Review PAUL M. CURTIS Teaches English Language and Literature at L'Université de Moncton, Canada CAROLINE FRANKLIN Professor of English, University of Wales, Swansea, UK SHE-RU KAO (also known as PAMELA KAO) Recently received her PhD from the University of Bristol, UK PETER J. KITSON Professor of English, University of Dundee, UK GHISLAINE MCDAYTER Associate Professor of English, Bucknell University, USA TIMOTHY MORTON Professor of Literature and the Environment, University of California, Davis, USA DAVID PUNTER Professor of English, University of Bristol, UK PHILIP SHAW Reader in English Literature, University of Leicester, UK MICHAEL SIMPSON Lecturer, English and Comparative Literature, Goldsmith's College, University of London, UK NANORA SWEET Teaches English and Women's Studies. University of Missouri-St Louis, USA SUSAN J. WOLFSON Professor of English, Princeton University, USA

Bibliographic information


' excellent introduction to the "current state" of Byron Studies that also offers a number of original and valuable interventions...this collection of essays is, by turns, informative, instructive, suggestive, stimulating and provocative.' - Alan Rawes, British Association for Romantic Studies Bulletin& Review