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Durham University

The Centre for Nineteenth Century Studies

Will Bowers

Will Bowers is a MHRA Research Associate in the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics at Newcastle University. His research focuses on the poetry of the major and minor romantics; the idea of a cosmopolitan London, as seen in essayists such as Lamb, Hazlitt, and Hunt; William Barnes; the importance of salons and coteries in the Regency English perceptions of Italy and Italians 1790 - 1830. Will has published 'The Complete Poems of William Barnes, Volume I, edited by T. L. Burton and K. K. Ruthven', The Times Literary Supplement (forthcoming December 2014) and 'Italian Travel, English Tourism, and Byron's Poetry of Exile', Litteraria Pragensia, Byron in Italy Special Issue, vol. 23, Issue 46, December 2013.