The Regency Revisited

  • Editors
  • Tim Fulford
  • Michael E. Sinatra

Part of the Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters book series (19CMLL)

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The Regency Revisited reconfigures Romantic Studies through a neglected timeframe. It demonstrates how politics and culture of the Regency years transformed literature. By co-opting authors, the Regency provoked opposition, and brought new genres and modes of writing to the fore. Key figures are Robert Southey and Leigh Hunt: The Regency Revisited shows their pivotal roles in transforming Romanticism. Austen and Byron also feature as authors who honed their satire in response to Regency culture. Other topics include Blake and popular art, Regency science (Humphry Davy), Moore and parlour songs, Cockney writing and Pierce Egan, and Anna Barbauld and the collecting and exhibiting that was so popular an aspect of Regency London.


Britain English literature Europe fiction history of literature Jane Austen literary theory literature nineteenth century Percy Bysshe Shelley poetry Romanticism time William Blake

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