First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
'This handsome set of facsimile reprints complements the Women Novelists from the same press and will be found equally valuable to scholars and students working in the field of women's writing in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, as well as in more general studies of the Romantic revival ... primary material can never be dispensed with in scholarship ... [and] the most important aspect of this set must be the basis it provides for a thoroughgoing exploration of the significance of the term 'romantic' as it applies to poets of this period ... The reproduction is good, the binding attractive, the construction sturdy. It is to be hoped that Routledge/Thoemmes will continue to produce volumes of this quality.' - Mary Waldron
'The set...will prove a worthwhile purchase for university and other libraries where primary materials are both very desirable and difficult to access.' - - Mary Waldron