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Published: 27 December 2012

734 Pages | 1 black-and-white halftone


ISBN: 9780199558360

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The Oxford Handbook of Percy Bysshe Shelley

Edited by Michael O'Neill and Anthony Howe
With the assistance of Madeleine Callaghan

Oxford Handbooks

  • Forty-two chapters written by an international team of leading academics from diverse countries including the UK, USA, Canada, and South Africa
  • Wide coverage ensures that this volume will be a key text for academics, students, and scholars wishing to consult on Shelley
  • Highlights Shelley's interdisciplinarity, and thus provides a valuable resource to students of the Romantic period in general
  • Written in a readable and accessible style, all of the chapters are new and original contributions to the subject area.
  • Allows readers to get to the centre of Shelley's achievements as an artist and a thinker.

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