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    • Charles Armitage Brown, John Keats and Plymouth 

      Roe, Nicholas (2017-09) - Journal article
      This article explores Charles Armitage Brown's residence at Laira, Plymouth, 1835-41. His cottage at Laira survives and is explored, as are Brown's activities at the Plymouth Institution. His friendship with Keats is ...
    • English restored : John Keats's To Autumn 

      Roe, Nicholas (2017-07-11) - Journal article
      This essay argues that on the threshold of winter in 1819 the ‘condition of the language’ itself proved to be a remarkable resource for Keats and that, as Miriam Allott suggested, he was continuing to reflect upon and ...
    • John Keats's medical notebook and the poet's career : an editorial, critical and biographical reassessment 

      Ghosh, Hrileena (University of St Andrews, 2016-06-21) - Thesis
      This thesis explores the significance of John Keats’s medical Notebook, and his time at Guy’s Hospital (October 1815 – March 1817), for the poet’s career. As a primary contribution, it offers a new transcription of Keats’s ...
    • 'Paper gypsies' : representations of the gypsy figure in British literature, c. 1780-1870 

      Drayton, Alexandra L. (University of St Andrews, 2011-11-30) - Thesis
      Representations of the Gypsies and their lifestyle were widespread in British culture in the late-eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This thesis analyzes the varying literary and artistic responses to the Gypsy figure ...
    • Wordsworth's Gothic politics : a study of the poetry and prose, 1794-1814 

      Duggett, Thomas J E (University of St Andrews, 2007-06-22) - Thesis
      This thesis argues for the deep implication of William Wordsworth’s writings over the period 1794 to 1814 in contemporary discourses of the Gothic. My investigation pivots upon the analogy offered in the preface to The ...