The Keats-Shelley Review, Volume 37, Issue 2 (2023)
Mary Shelley's Valperga at 200
- Report from Rome
by Ella Kilgallon
- Valperga at 200
by John Bugg
- ‘Translating’ Valperga: A Journey Through Mary Shelley’s Italy
by Lilla Maria Crisafulli et al.
- ‘Bound in Amity to All’: Euthanasia’s Cosmopolitan Ethic of Caring
by Laura Kirkley
The Keats-Shelley Review has a unique identity and broad appeal, embracing Romanticism, English literature and Anglo-Italian relations. A diverse range of items are published within the Review, including notes, prize-winning essays and contemporary poetry of the highest quality, around a core of peer-reviewed academic articles, essays and reviews. The Editor, Dr James Grande, along with the editorial board, seeks to develop the depth and quality of the contributions, whilst retaining the Review’s distinctive and accessible nature. The journal is the official organ of the Keats-Shelley House in Rome and the Review contains new material about the house, securing the broad based appeal of this scholarly journal. The Review has a longstanding status as a prestigious journal of major literary and cultural significance, appealing both to a broadly informed and more specialised readership. The Keats-Shelley Review celebrated its centenary in 2009.