- Title Pages
- Chapter One The Destabilizing Materiality of the Autograph for Blake, Coleridge, and Tighe
- Chapter Two Affect in the Margins
- Chapter Three Remapping the Printed Page in Women’s Post-Waterloo Poetry
- Chapter Four Vibrant Art on the Grand Tour in Anna Jameson’s <i>Diary of an Ennuyée</i>
- Chapter Five Hester Stanhope, ‘<i>Un être à part</i>’
- Chapter Six ‘The Redundancy of Copious Nothings’
- Chapter Seven Revolutionary Objects in Elizabeth Inchbald’s <i>Nature and Art</i>
- Chapter Eight Dancing with Ghosts in ‘Isabella; or, The Pot of Basil’
- Chapter Nine It’s the End of the World as We Know It and I Feel Queer
- Chapter Ten John Barnet and the Materiality of Desire in James Hogg’s <i>Justified Sinner</i>
- Chapter Eleven Werewolf Wollstonecraft
- Chapter Twelve <i>Phantasmion</i>, or the Confessions of a Female Opium Eater
- Chapter Thirteen Voices against the Universe
- Material Transgressions
- Kate Singer, Ashley Cross, Suzanne L. Barnett
- Liverpool University Press
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