When Victorians read Romantic-period writings, they were not usually reading Romantic-period books. Instead, they mostly encountered Romantic writing in new editions, which supplied existing works with a new bibliographical format. These new editions often included illustrations. — Timothy Mole, What the Victorians Made of Romanticism (2018)

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Romanticism, Religion, and Philosophy

Psychological, Moral, and Aesthetic Theory

Poets and Novelists

Novelists and Writers of Prose

Political Contexts

Social History

Pre-Nineteenth History Political History


Incorporated in the Victorian Web July 2000

Last modified 1 September 2018