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Contents: George Gordon Byron and the Baroque - The Romantic canon - Seventeenth-century literature and Romanticism - Mannerism and neo-baroque in nineteenth-century literature - Discursive use of poetic language - The Romantic grotesque - Theatricality and dissociational literary discourse.
Miroslawa Modrzewska is a lecturer in the University of Gdansk Institute of English. She has published extensively on Romantic writers (Robert Burns, Walter Scott, Juliusz Slowacki) and is currently working on Burns' reception in Poland. She is the author of the Polish section of a volume on European Romanticism.