Over 90 scholarly editions have been added to Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO) this month, and three new modules have been created: Romantics Drama, Romantics Poetry, and Romantics Prose. This most recent update means that OSEO now features works from the most famous Romantic authors and poets, including Jane Austen, Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, Samuel Coleridge, William and Dorothy Wordsworth, and more.
Discover samples of the new content for yourself by using the links below:
- Samuel Coleridge transports us to Xanadu and the seat of the Mongol Emperors in his poem 'Kubla Khan', written in 1798
- Lord Byron saw the waltz as "a sign of indecorum, even depravity", and his poem, Waltz: An Apostrophic Hymn By Horace Hornem, Esq, conveys his distaste
- What did Percy Bysshe Shelley have to say of Frankenstein, the famous Gothic horror penned by his wife, Mary Shelley? Read his review of her book
- An alderman meets his untimely demise during a fantastical feast in this prose, attributed to William Hazlitt and inspired by the opulence of the Lord Mayor's Banquet
OSEO is now home to more than 550 scholarly editions of material written between 1485 and 1830, containing over 57,000 different works from plays to poetry to letters, the equivalent of over 284,000 print pages!
Visit the title lists page to download a complete title list.
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