David Bromwich, James Chandler, and Lionel Gossman, Series EditorsThe books in this series study literary works in the context of the intellectual conditions, social movements, and patterns of action in which they took shape.
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Arbitrary Power:Romanticism, Language, Politics. W. Keach. Bardic Nationalism:The Romantic Novel and the British Empire. K. Trumpener. The Deaths of Louis XVI:Regicide and the French Political Imagination. S. Dunn. Epic and Empire:Politics and Generic Form from Virgil to Milton. D. Quint. Excess and the Mean in Early Modern English Literature. J. Scodel. Scott's Shadow:The Novel in Romantic Edinburgh. I. Duncan. The Spectacle of Intimacy:A Public Life for the Victorian Family. K. Chase and M. Levenson. Vital Signs:Medical Realism in Nineteenth-Century Fiction. L. Rothfield.
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