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A regular contributor to Salon. Italian Art Chapter 6 Spenser and Apollo: Sade Chapter 9 Amazons, Mothers, Ghosts: Blake Chapter 11 Marriage to Mother Nature: Coleridge Chapter 13 Speed and Space: Byron Chapter 14 Light and Heat: Balzac Chapter 16 Cults of Sex srxual Beauty: Emily Bronte Chapter 18 Romantic Shadows: Swinburne and Pater Chapter 19 Apollo Daemonized: Emily Dickinson Notes Index.
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