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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||XIII - Literature 1780-1830: The Romantic Period (Forthcoming/Available Online)|
Miranda, Omar F
|Citation:||Branagh-Miscampbell M, Leonardi B, Whickman P, Ward M & Miranda OF (2017) XIII - Literature 1780-1830: The Romantic Period (Forthcoming/Available Online), Year's Work in English Studies.|
|Abstract:||This chapter has four sections: 1. General and Prose; 2. The Novel; 3. Poetry; 4. Drama. Section 1 is by Maxine Branagh-Miscampbell; section 2 by Barbara Leonardi; section 3 by Matthew Ward and Paul Whickman; section 4 is by Omar F. Miranda|
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