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Post-Romantic Relations: Percy Bysshe Shelley and Emily Brontё (2024)
Journal Article
Wootton, S. (2024). Post-Romantic Relations: Percy Bysshe Shelley and Emily Brontё. The Wordsworth Circle, 55(1), 67-88. https://doi.org/10.1086/730373

Across a series of essays and articles published between 2007 and 2012, Michael O’Neill placed Emily Brontë in “productive commerce” with her Romantic forebears, spotlighting Percy Bysshe Shelley (2010; O’Neill 636). The argument that follows profits... Read More about Post-Romantic Relations: Percy Bysshe Shelley and Emily Brontё.

Revisiting Jane Austen as a Romantic Author in Literary Biopics (2018)
Journal Article
Wootton, S. (2018). Revisiting Jane Austen as a Romantic Author in Literary Biopics. Women's Writing, 25(4), 536-548. https://doi.org/10.1080/09699082.2018.1510940

This essay seeks to establish whether portrayals of Jane Austen on screen reaffirm a sense of the author's neoconservative heritage, or whether an alternative and more challenging model of female authorship is visible. Does this particular, and argua... Read More about Revisiting Jane Austen as a Romantic Author in Literary Biopics.

Shelley, the Visual Arts, and Cinema. (2013)
Book Chapter
Wootton, S. (2013). Shelley, the Visual Arts, and Cinema. In M. O'Neill, & A. Howe (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Percy Bysshe Shelley (561-576). Oxford University Press

Henry James's Venice and the Visual Arts (2012)
Book Chapter
Wootton, S. (2012). Henry James's Venice and the Visual Arts. In M. O'Neill, M. Sandy, & S. Wootton (Eds.), Venice and the Cultural Imagination (127-140). Pickering & Chatto

Close Reading Romanticism (2010)
Book Chapter
Wootton, S. (2010). Close Reading Romanticism. In D. Higgins, & S. Ruston (Eds.), Teaching Romanticism (134-145). Palgrave Macmillan

'The Changing Faces of the Byronic Hero in Middlemarch and North and South' (2008)
Journal Article
Wootton, S. (2008). 'The Changing Faces of the Byronic Hero in Middlemarch and North and South'. Romanticism, 14(1), 25-35. https://doi.org/10.3366/e1354991x0800007x

Almost two hundred years after the publication of the first two cantos of Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, the Byronic hero remains, as Andrew Elfenbein argues, an ‘unprecedented cultural phenomenon’.1 This essay is not concerned with the more direct desc... Read More about 'The Changing Faces of the Byronic Hero in Middlemarch and North and South'.

The Byronic in Austen's 'Persuasion' and 'Pride and prejudice' (2007)
Journal Article
Wootton, S. (2007). The Byronic in Austen's 'Persuasion' and 'Pride and prejudice'. Modern Language Review, 102(1), 26-39

Although Austen and Byron are often considered to be irreconcilable opposites, in this article I argue that Austen engaged closely with Byron's poetry and drew inspiration from some of his most popular poems. The first part of the article focuses on... Read More about The Byronic in Austen's 'Persuasion' and 'Pride and prejudice'.

Consuming Keats: Nineteenth-Century Representations in Art and Literature (2006)
Book
Wootton, S. (2006). Consuming Keats: Nineteenth-Century Representations in Art and Literature. Palgrave Macmillan

The following text is taken from the publisher's website: "Consuming Keats explores the impact of John Keats on authors and artists from the poet's death in 1821 to the end of the First World War. The study examines the work of authors including Shel... Read More about Consuming Keats: Nineteenth-Century Representations in Art and Literature.

'Keats'. (2002)
Other
Wootton, S. (2002). 'Keats'

Ghastly Visualities: Keats and Victorian Art (1999)
Book Chapter
Wootton, S. (1999). Ghastly Visualities: Keats and Victorian Art. In S. Ruston (Ed.), The Influence and Anxiety of the British Romantics: Spectres of Romanticism (159-180). Edwin Mellen Press