Vol 1 (2010)

Romantic Bodies

Table of Contents

Introduction

These Living Hands: An Introduction to At the Edge Article Untitled ()
Jennifer Lokash

1-20

Articles

Class, Suffering, and Sensibility in Godwin's Caleb Williams Article
Bryan Grace

21-40

Cry Like You Mean It: Sensibility and Class in William Wordsworths Sonnet on Seeing Miss Helen Maria Williams Weep at a Tale of Distress Article
Janice Morgan

41-61

You Have Bewitched Me Body and Soul: Masculinity and the Female Gaze in Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice Article
Meaghan Malone

62-91

All Text and No Image Makes Blake a Dull Artist: Inseparable Interplay Between Poetry and Picture in Blake's Multimedia Art Article
Peter Heath

92-114

Sensuous Embodiment in The Eve of St. Agnes Article
Kathie Housser

115-36

Body Work: The Representation of Labouring Bodies in John Keatss Isabella; or, the Pot of Basil Article
Maggie Hyslop

137-57

The Arctic and Other Spaces in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein Article
Jacob Bachinger

158-74

An Excess of the Deficient: Attempts to Normalize the Body of Frankensteins hideous progeny Article
Alice Dickinson

175-96



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