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Robert Burns: Poems, Songs and Legacy

From the University of Glasgow's Centre for Robert Burns Studies (also responsible for Editing Robert Burns for the 21st Century, as featured in the 11-13-2020 Scout Report), this course explores the poet's writings, songs, manuscripts, and objects. The course is designed for beginners; curiosity is the only prerequisite. Led by a team of literary experts and Burns enthusiasts, students will be...

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/robert-burns
Science Was A Muse To Inspire Romantic Art

Planets, the Periodic Table of Elements, and poetry may seem like an eclectic mix. However, scientific breakthroughs were a major influence on Romantic-period writing. This short read and listen from a September 2009 episode of National Public Radio's All Things Considered provides some insight. The clip features Richard Holmes, author of the book The Age of Wonder: How the Romantic Generation...

https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=112783...
Jackson Bibliography of Romantic Poetry

Romantic poetry enthusiasts will delight in the trove of works cataloged by the Jackson Bibliography of Romantic Poetry, housed within the University of Toronto Library System. The bibliography contains information about more than 23,000 books of poetry from the years 1770-1835. The structure of the bibliography seeks to create "a history of poems rather than of poets," and places "canonical works...

https://jacksonbibliography.library.utoronto.ca
Romantic Poetry Showcase

Roses are red. Violets are blue. New to romantic poetry? Here is a perfect resource for you. This curation of romantic poetry allows readers to delve into some of the most famous works and writers of the Romantic Period (1780 to 1850). These poems include: "Sunset" by Ann Radcliffe (infused with imagery from nature), "A Mother to Her Waking Infant" by Joanna Baillie (surveying the trials and joys...

https://www.poetrybyheart.org.uk/romantics-showcase/
Project Cornelia

Computer science and creativity combine in Project Cornelia, a "hybrid research engine" that analyzes 17th-century art using data-based processes and tools. To begin, visitors may want to check out the Filters tab to see how the project has evolved over the past decade. Readers will also find links to publications and presentations featuring the work in this section. Visitors may also want to...

https://www.projectcornelia.be/index.html