The articles in this number of Romantik include new research on
reverie and dream as the locus of metaphor in Percy Bysshe
Shelley's Prometheus Unbound; an enquiry into the Royal Swedish
Society for the Publication of Manuscripts Relating to Scandinavian
History and the role it played in the construction of national
memory and heritage; a discussion of Philippe Jacques de
Loutherbourg's and John Martin's iconographies of the sublime in
the intersection between art and popular visual spectacle; archival
discoveries related to the publication of medieval romance in early
nineteenth-century Britain; and a reassessment of The Prelude as a
formation narrative, arguing that William Wordsworth displays a
conflicted attitude to the growth and progress usually found in the
Bildungsroman. The journal also contains reviews of new books on
the romantic period published in the Nordic countries.
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