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Al-Ghalith, Asad, "T. S. Eliot's Poetry: Intimations of Wordsworth's Romantic Concerns," in the Midwest Quarterly,Autumn 1994, p. 42.

Behrendt, Stephen C., "New Romanticisms for Old; Displacing Our Expectations and Our Models," in the Midwest Quarterly, Winter 2000, p. 145.

Bevir, Mark, "British Socialism and American Romanticism," in the English Historical Review, September 1995, p. 878.

Brooks-Davies, Douglas, "'To Autumn': Overview," in Reference Guide to English Literature, 2d ed., edited by D. L. Kirkpatrick, St. James Press, 1991.

Fuller, David, "Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Overview," in Reference Guide to English Literature, 2d ed., edited by D. L. Kirkpatrick, St. James Press, 1991.

Greenfield, John. R., Foreword, in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 110: British Romantic Prose Writers, 1789-1832, edited by Bradford K. Mudge, Gale Research, 1991.

Griffith, George V., "An Overview of Frankenstein," in Exploring Novels, Gale, 1998. Hall, R. Bruce, "Moving beyond the Romantic Biases in Natural Areas Recreation," in the Journal of Leisure Research, Winter 2000, p...

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