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Durham University

Department of English Studies

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Professor Sarah Wootton - all publications

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  • Wootton, S. (2007). Samantha Matthews: Poetical Remains: Poets' Graves, Bodies, and Books in the Nineteenth Century. Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 48.
  • Wootton, S. (2003). 'Placing and Displacing Romanticism'. Keats-Shelley Review 17: 166-167.
  • Wootton, S. (2002). 'The Romantic Paradox: Love, Violence and the Uses of Romance, 1760-1830'. Women's Writing 9: 149-151.

Chapter in book

  • Wootton, S. (Planned). ''Tis an uncertain thing': Landon's Encounters with Byron. In Byron Among the English Poets. Bucknell, Clare & Ward, Matthew Cambridge University Press.
  • Wootton, S. (Planned). Byron and the Victorians. In The Oxford Handbook of Lord Byron. Rawes, Alan. & Shears, Jonathon. Oxford University Press.
  • Wootton, S. (Planned). John Keats and Scottish Artists. In John Keats and Romantic Scotland. Garner, Katie. & Roe, Nicholas. Oxford University Press.
  • Wootton, S. (2017). Biographies and Film. In John Keats in Context. O'Neill, M. Cambridge Cambridge University Press. 9-18.
  • Wootton, S. (2015). Female Beauty and Portraits of Self-Effacement in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre. In The Persistence of Beauty: Victorians to Moderns. O'Neill, M., Sandy, M. & Wootton, S. Abingdon; New York: Pickering & Chatto. 15-30.
  • Wootton, S. (2015). Keats's Visual Legacy in Book Illustration at the Turn of the Century. In Decadent Romanticism: 1780-1914. Boyiopoulos, K. & Sandy, M. Ashgate. 75-87.
  • Wootton, S. (2013). Shelley, the Visual Arts, and Cinema. In The Oxford Handbook of Percy Bysshe Shelley. O'Neill, Michael. & Howe, Anthony. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 561-576.
  • Wootton, S. (2012). Henry James's Venice and the Visual Arts. In Venice and the Cultural Imagination. O'Neill, M., Sandy, M. & Wootton, S. Pickering & Chatto. 127-140.
  • Wootton, S. (2012). Here then is a maze to begin, be in': Michael Ondaatje's Byronic inheritance. In Romantic Presences in the Twentieth Century. Sandy, Mark. Aldershot: Ashgate. 163-174.
  • Wootton, S. (2010). Close Reading Romanticism. In Teaching Romanticism. Higgins, David. & Ruston, Sharon. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan. 134-145.
  • Wootton, S. (2008). ''The wind blows cold out of the inner shrine of fear': Rossetti's Romantic Keats'. In Romantic Echoes in the Victorian Era. Sandy, M. & Radford, A. Ashgate. 51-66.
  • Wootton, S. (2007). ''Picturing in me a hero of romance': The Legacy of Jane Eyre's Byronic Hero'. In A Breath of Fresh Eyre: Intertextual and Intermedial Reworkings of 'Jane Eyre'.. Rubik, M. & Mettinger-Schartmann, E. Amsterdam New York: Rodopi. 229-241.
  • Wootton, S. (2005). 'Keats’s Poetry as a Common Thread in English and American Pre-Raphaelitism.'. In Worldwide Pre-Raphaelitism.. Tobin, Thomas J. New York: State University of New York Press. 279-301.
  • Wootton, S. (1999). Ghastly Visualities: Keats and Victorian Art. In The Influence and Anxiety of the British Romantics: Spectres of Romanticism. Ruston, S. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press. 159-180.
  • Wootton, S. (1999). Reinventing Keats: The Late Victorian Letters of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Thomas Hall Caine. In Representing Victorian Lives. Hewitt, M. University of Leeds: Trinity and All Saints. 113-126.

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