Matthew Bevis

Matthew Bevis is Professor of English Literature and Fellow at Keble College, Oxford. His books include The Art of Eloquence: Byron, Dickens, Tennyson, Joyce (OUP, 2007), Some Versions of Empson, ed. (OUP, 2007), and Comedy: A Very Short Introduction (2012). His essays have appeared in the London Review of BooksHarper’sRaritan, and Poetry magazine, and he has recently finished a book entitled Wordsworth’s Fun. He is currently working on two books: Knowing Edward Lear (for OUP), and How I Wonder (for Harvard UP).

  

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Jasmine Jagger

Jasmine Jagger is formerly Postdoctoral Research Assistant at the Faculty of English at Oxford. Her research explores affective bodies of verse from the long-19th century to the present day. She had published in Romanticism

Literary ImaginationThe CambridgeQuarterly, Cambridge Humanities 

Review, ApolloVictorian PoetryandThe Carrollian. She is currently turning her doctoral thesis (Cambridge) into a book on Affective Rhythms in Poetry from the long nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. The book will be published by OUP.

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