- Title Pages
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- Notes on Contributors
Chapter 1Peterloo, Ambivalence and Commemorative Culture
Chapter 2The Sounds of Peterloo
Chapter 3Henry Hunt’s White Hat: The Long Tradition of Mute Sedition
Chapter 4Staging Protest and Repression: Guy Fawkes in Post-Peterloo Performance
Chapter 5Responses to Peterloo in Scotland, 1819–1822
Chapter 6‘The Most Portentous Event in Modern History’: Ireland Before and After the Peterloo Massacre
Chapter 7Political Suicide: Castlereagh, Rebellion and Self-Directed Violence
Chapter 8William Cobbett, ‘Resurrection Man’: The Peterloo Massacre and the Bones of Tom Paine
Chapter 9The Church and Peterloo
Chapter 10‘Reform or Convulsion’: Jeremy Bentham and the Peterloo Massacre
Chapter 11Wordsworth after Peterloo: The Persistence of War in The River Duddon … and other Poems
Chapter 12Shelley’s Poetry and Suffering
- Commemorating Peterloo
- Michael Demson, Regina Hewitt
- Edinburgh University Press
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