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Provides a wide-ranging account of the different disciplinary, critical and theoretical contexts relevant to the study of nonsense.

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Provides a wide-ranging account of the different disciplinary, critical and theoretical contexts relevant to the study of nonsense.
Autorenporträt
Anna Barton is Reader in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Co-Director of the Centre for Nineteenth-Century Studies at the University of Sheffield. Her previous publications include The Edinburgh Companion to Nonsense (co-edited with James Williams) (2021), Nineteenth-Century Poetry and Liberal Thought: Forms of Freedom (2017), The Poetry of Christina Rossetti (2017), Interventions: Rethinking the Nineteenth Century (co-editor with Professor Andy Smith) (2016) and Alfred Lord Tennyson's In Memoriam: A Reading Guide (2012). James Williams is a Senior Lecturer in English at the University of York. He is the author of Edward Lear (Liverpool University Press, 2018) and co-editor, with Matthew Bevis, of Edward Lear and the Play of Poetry (OUP, 2016). He has published articles on Alfred Tennyson, Samuel Beckett, Lewis Carroll, and Victorian comic verse.