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Romanticism in Britain: Find Books - Authors

 

Find Books - On Authors & Their Works

Books on individual Romantic authors (and their precursors) can be found through this page. However, these searches will not retrieve EBooks. To learn how to find Gumberg Library EBooks, click here.

Photo credits

All images are in the public domain. Source of all (unless otherwise noted) is Wikimedia Commons.

J. Warton, by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1777

Macpherson, by Sir Joshua Reynolds

Chatterton (detail from a painting entitled The Death of Chatterton), by Henry Wallis, 1856

Mary Robinson, by Thomas Gainsborough, 1781

Wordsworth, by William Shuter, 1798: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Wordsworth

Coleridge, by Pieter van Dyke, 1795

Lamb, by William Hazlitt: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Lamb

Hunt, by Benjamin Robert Hayden

Byron, anonymous colored drawing

Clare, by William Hilton the Younger, 1819

Mary Shelley, by Sir Reginald Eaton, 1820

Emily Bronte, detail from a painting by Patrick Branwell Bronte, 1834

This research guide was created and is maintained by:

Ted Bergfelt, MLS

Humanities Librarian

Gumberg Library, Duquesne University

412.396.5351

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Photo credits

All images are in the public domain. Source of all (unless otherwise noted) is Wikimedia Commons.

T. Warton: http://manoflabook.com/wp/fun-facts-friday-thomas-warton/

Charlotte Smith, by George Romney, 1792

Blake, by Thomas Phillips, 1807

Burns, by Alexander Nasmyth, 1787

Scott, by Sir Henry Raeburn, 1822

Southey, by William Hazlitt, 1804

Hazlitt, self-portrait, 1802

De Quincey, by Sir John Watson Gordon

Shelley, by Alfred Clint, 1819

Keats, by William Hilton

Charlotte Bronte: http://janeeyremay5.blogspot.com/2012/03/charlotte-bronte-jane-eyre.html