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History & The Arts
Stephanie Forward outlines the life and legacy of the author of 'Frankenstein', Mary Shelley.
The political writing of Percy Shelley might have a message for the UK right now, believes Mark Summers.
Who was the real Ozymandias?
The essayist and poet Alexander Smith's Dreamthorp is a collection of essays he wrote in the countryside. This extract, titled Christmas, is anchored in the December of 1862, and includes some personal views which are very much of their time.
TV, Radio & Events
This programme in the BBC/OU's Romantics series is the story of a search for meaning, in a world without God.
Lord Byron lived a tempestuous life - Hamish Johnson takes us through some of the highlights.
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