A painting by Pre-Raphaelite John Everett Millais. "Ophelia", 1852, oil on canvas. Courtesy: Tate Britain.
A painting by Pre-Raphaelite John Everett Millais. "Ophelia", 1852, oil on canvas. Courtesy: Tate Britain.
Jerome McGann Conversation
Hosted by Charles Bernstein
Originally aired 8/1/11

Jerome McGann talks to Charles Bernstein about the continuing importance of Blake and the Pre-Raphaelites, about poetry as a form of knowledge, about the disease of Romantic Ideology with special reference to Byron and Wordsworth, and about the textual condition in new and old media, with special to the inevitably of multiple variants of any work.

Jerome McGann is a textual scholar, who has created editions of the work of Byron, Swinburne, and Rosetti, as well as the Rosetti web archive. His is the author of A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism, among many other works. He is also the founder of the Applied Research in Patacriticism digital laboratory.

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