British theatrical culture in the Romantic era constitutes a central focus in this collection, which also explores Romantic aesthetics and the theory and praxis of poetic genres. The essays are contributed by academics who took part in the Spring Seminars on Romanticism, a yearly event held at the University of Bari since 2001. They engage in the current debate, acknowledging the need for a revision of Romatic historiography which may account for the systemic relations between texts and wider cultural phenomena. The topics dealt with include both 'canonical' poetic and dramatic texts and texts by women playwrights, currently attaining new-canonical status. Contributors: J.N. Cox, L.M. Crisafulli, F. Dellarosa, V. Intonti, G. Kucich, P. Moliterni, A. Serpieri, A. Sportelli, G. Todisco, K. Wren.
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