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This book explores the false starts and disturbances of Romantic writing in Britain - 'misfits' and misfittings - as both a constitutive challenge to canonical romanticism and a distinctive literary field worth examining on its own account. Misfits include the Shakespeare forger W.H. Ireland, the novel itself, and the culture of Dissent.
ROBERT MILES is the English Department Chair at the University of Victoria, Canada, and was formerly so at the Universities of Stirling and Sheffield Hallam in the UK. His publications include Gothic Writing 1750-1820, Ann Radcliffe: the Great Enchantress and Jane Austen: Writers and their Work.
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Palgrave Studies in the Enlightenment, Romanticism and the Cultures of Print