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Christopher Hibbert's The Days of the French Revolution (1999) discusses the political and social ideals underlying this revolution that influenced the romantic movement.

Claire Tomalin's Jane Austen: A Life provides a fascinating biography of the now popular author.

Renowned critic Harold Bloom's The Visionary Companion: A Reading of English Romantic Poetry (1971) delves into the works of many of the great English Romantic Poets, such as Keats, Shelley, Byron, Blake, Coleridge, and Wordsworth.

Edited by Thomas H. Johnson, The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson (1976) has all 1,775 poems arranged in the chronological order of their writing (as far as could be determined). Dickinson was a poet of the American Renaissance in the nineteenth century. Her style is distinctive and unparalleled, noted for its brevity; its beautiful, sometimes morbid, imagery; and for occassional obscurity.

Florentin (1801), by German romanticist Dorothea Schlegel, tells the story of a typical romantic hero, from...

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