Daniel Norman

Durham University

Daniel Norman - Durham University

I work on the poetry and prose of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, examining it in the context of the contemporary newspapers and periodicals in which it was published, and particularly considering the influence of caricature and satire upon his work. I am also interested more broadly in print culture during the Romantic period, and particularly in how periodicals and other cheap forms of publication sustained literary and social circles. I am a contributor to the Trusted Source project.

Reading glasses on an old newspaper in the Library at Cragside, Northumberland.

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An extract from Thomas Carlyle's manuscript of The French Revolution at Carlyle's House, 24 Cheyne Row, London

How did the French Revolution affect England?

The French Revolution (1789 – 1799), had a deep and lasting impact upon the whole of Europe, profoundly challenging traditional notions of authority and political power.

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