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Where Have All the Blogposts Gone?

Happy February, Novel Ideas fans, readers, and followers! It does seem like there has been a drought in the posts lately, and we certainly want to get back to our usual pace! For now, if you’re curious about what I’ve been doing over the past couple of months (other than putting my program of study together … Continue reading

Digital Pagans Suckled in a Creed Outworn

“The world is too much with us,” Wordsworth laments at the outset of one of his well-known sonnets. For literary scholars, especially those who study Wordsworth and his contemporaries, the complaint is a familiar one: “we lay waste our powers;— / Little we see in Nature that is ours; / We have given our hearts … Continue reading

We Have Always Been Romantic

Though literary scholars may investigate and complicate authorship as an object of study—what it means to be an author in a particular place, time, and culture—they rarely venture under the scaffolding of their own authorship as a subject.  We recognize that the Romantic notion of authorship still exerts considerable influence on our production, dissemination, and … Continue reading

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