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Professor Michael Rossington
Mary Shelley as Editor, Translator and European: a Tribute to the Scholarship of Jean de Palacio2020
Professor Michael Rossington
Some Lifetime Editions of Shelley owned by Richard Monckton Milnes2019
Professor Michael Rossington
Wordsworth Summer Conference: Michael Rossington on Shelley's Textual History2019
Professor Michael Rossington
Creative Translation2018
Professor Michael Rossington
Editing Shelley2017
Professor Michael Rossington
Pamela Clemit2017
Professor Michael Rossington
Tragedy2017
Professor Michael Rossington
Introduction to Shelley's Poetical Essay on the Existing State of Things (1811) in 'About the Text', Shelley's Poetical Essay: The Bodleian Libraries' 12 millionth book2015
Professor Michael Rossington
The Reception of P.B. Shelley in Europe2015
Professor Michael Rossington
William Michael Rossetti and the Organization of P. B. Shelley in the Later Nineteenth Century2015
Professor Michael Rossington
[Dante in the Nineteenth Century]2014
Professor Michael Rossington
Crabbe's Times2014
Professor Michael Rossington
Introduction: George Crabbe: Times and Spaces2014
Professor Michael Rossington
Editing Shelley2013
Professor Michael Rossington
The Poems of Shelley, Volume 4: 1820-18212013
Professor Michael Rossington
Tragedy: The Cenci and Swellfoot the Tyrant.2013
Professor Michael Rossington
The Poems of Shelley, Volume 3: 1819-18202011
Professor Michael Rossington
A Critic's Perspective on Frankenstein2010
Professor Michael Rossington
Mary Shelley’s Short Stories Notebook in the Bodleian Library2009
Professor Michael Rossington
Republican histories and memories: The Shelleys, Switzerland and Geneva2009
Professor Michael Rossington
Shelley's Neapolitan-Tuscan Poetics: 'Sonnet: Political Greatness' and the 'Republic' of Benevento2009
Professor Michael Rossington
Shelley's Neapolitan-Tuscan poetics: 'Sonnet: Political Greatness' and the 'Republic' of Benevento2009
Professor Michael Rossington
Theorizing a republican poetics: P. B. Shelley and Alfieri2009
Professor Michael Rossington
Beyond Nation: Shelley's European Dramas2008
Professor Michael Rossington
Rousseau and Tacitus: republican inflections in the Shelleys' History of a Six Weeks' Tour2008
Professor Michael Rossington
The Reception of P. B. Shelley in Europe2008
Professor Michael Rossington
Collective Memory2007
Professor Michael Rossington
Editing Mary Shelley2007
Professor Michael Rossington
Enlightenment and Romantic Memory2007
Professor Michael Rossington
Memory and Late Modernity2007
Emeritus Professor Claire Lamont
Professor Michael Rossington
Romanticism's Debatable Lands2007
Professor Michael Rossington
'The destinies of the world': Shelley's reception and transmission of European news in 1820-212007
Professor Michael Rossington
Professor Anne Whitehead
Professor Linda Anderson
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Dr Pablo Mukherjee
et al.
Theories of Memory: A Reader2007
Professor Michael Rossington
Shelley's republics2006
Professor Michael Rossington
Claire Clairmont’s fair copy of Shelley’s ‘Ode to Naples’: A Rediscovered Manuscript2005
Professor Michael Rossington
Commemorating the Relic: The Beginnings of the Bodleian Shelley Collections2004
Professor Michael Rossington
Sacred Monuments: Mary Shelley's Lives of William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft2002
Professor Michael Rossington
An Historical Note on The Cenci Story and the sources of Shelley's knowledge of it2000
Professor Michael Rossington
Professor Anne Whitehead
Between the Psyche and the Polis: Refiguring History in Literature and Theory2000
Professor Michael Rossington
Future Uncertain: the republican tradition and its destiny in Valperga2000
Professor Michael Rossington
Mary Shelley, Valperga: Or, the Life and Adventures of Castruccio, Prince of Lucca2000
Professor Michael Rossington
'The Cenci: A Tragedy in Five Acts'2000
Professor Michael Rossington
Poetry by Burns, Cowper, Crabbe, Southey, and Other Male Authors1998
Professor Michael Rossington
Shakespeare in The Cenci: tragedy and 'familiar imagery'1997
Professor Michael Rossington
Edward Said1995
Professor Michael Rossington
Frantz Fanon1995
Professor Michael Rossington
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak1995
Professor Michael Rossington
Geoffrey Hartman1995
Professor Michael Rossington
Harold Bloom1995
Professor Michael Rossington
Homi K. Bhabha1995
Professor Michael Rossington
Femininity and masculinity in eighteenth-century art and culture1994
Professor Michael Rossington
Caribbean and black British poetry1992
Professor Michael Rossington
Eighteenth-Century Poetry1992
Professor Michael Rossington
Eighteenth-Century Poetry: A Selection1992
Professor Michael Rossington
Post-colonial literature in English [A421] Offprints Collection1992
Professor Michael Rossington
The voice which is contagion to the world: the Bacchic in Shelley1992
Professor Michael Rossington
Anna Akhmatova: Requiem1991
Professor Michael Rossington
Elizabeth Bishop1991
Professor Michael Rossington
Orientalism and A Passage to India1991
Professor Michael Rossington
Poetry and History1991
Professor Michael Rossington
Post-war British Poetry1991
Professor Michael Rossington
Said's Orientalism1991
Professor Michael Rossington
Shelley and the Orient1991
Professor Michael Rossington
Shelley, The Cenci and The French Revolution1991