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Geraldine Friedman

Associate Professor of English at Purdue University, Geraldine Friedman is the author of The Insistence of History (1996) and articles on William Wordsworth, John Keats, and Charles Baudelaire, which have appeared in such venues as PMLA, ELH, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, the European Romantic Review, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, and others.  At present she is completing a manuscript on romantic love and friendship between women in Britain from 1769 to 1838.  Marking a hiatus in this non-canonical, cultural studies project, her essay in this volume is her first foray into three areas:  Blake studies, pedagogy, and affect theory.


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