- Title Pages
- Editions and Abbreviations
Chapter 1Lord Byron, Wandering and Wavering between the Centres and Margins of Romanticism: An Attempt at an Introduction
Chapter 2Byron and Weltliteratur
Chapter 3Reshaping the Romantic Canon from the Margins: The Medial Construction of ‘Byron’ in Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage
Chapter 4Byron and Romantic Period Neoclassicism
Chapter 5‘When a man talks of system, his case is hopeless’: Byron at the Margins of Romantic Counterculture
Chapter 6At the Margins of Europe: Byron’s East Revisited and The Giaour
Chapter 7Literary Forefathers: Byron’s Marginalia in Isaac D’Israeli’s Literary Character of Men of Genius
Chapter 8‘Like a Flash of Inspiration’: Byron’s Marginalised Lyricism in Hebrew Melodies
Chapter 9Out of Romanticism: Byron and Romance
Chapter 10The Margins of Genius: Byron, Nationalism and the Periodical Reviews
Chapter 11‘Stand not on that brink!’: Byron, Gender and Romantic Suicide
Chapter 12Byron and the Good Death
Chapter 13At the Margins of Romanticism: The Women of Don Juan’s English Cantos
Chapter 14A Marginal Interest? Byron and the Fine Arts
Chapter 15‘I ask his pardon for a postscript’: Byron’s Epistolary Afterthoughts
- List of Contributors
- Byron and Marginality
Robert James (Robin)
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