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Curran, Stuart, ed., Cambridge Companion to British Romanticism, Cambridge University Press, 1993.

This collection of critical essays on Romanticism discusses
poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and sociopolitical
influences on the movement.

Prickett, Stephen, ed., The Romantics, Holmes, Meier, 1981.

This collection of essays is a critical examination of
the romantics and their time.

Ruoff, George W., ed., The Romantics and Us: Essays in Literature and Culture, Rutgers University Press, 1990.

This collection of critical essays brings together a
wide variety of scholars with varying interpretations
of romantic literature.

Shaffer, Julie, "Non-Canonical Women's Novels of the Romantic Era: Romantic Ideologies and the Problematics of Gender and Genre," in Studies in the Novel, Winter 1996, p. 469.

Shaffer examines little-known romantic novels by
women and discusses their role in changing society's
view of women.

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