'Fellow Pantisocrats: Brissot, Cooper and Imlay.' Symbiosis, 1.1 (April 1997) 35-47.
Author: Andrews, Stuart
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This essay was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations
Topics and Keywords:
Pantisocracy, Coleridge, Thomas Cooper, Gilbert Imlay, Topographical Description, Travels in North America, Les Amis des Noirs, Ohio, Anglo-American Relations, France, Emigration, J-P. Brissot de Warville, New Travels in the United States
About the author
Stuart Andrews, a former scholar of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, was headmaster of Norwich School and Clifton College and editor of the Headmasters' Conference journal. He is now librarian of the Wells & Mendip Museum. He has written six other books on eighteenth-century history, the three latest on counter-revolutionary rhetoric in the decades following the American and French revolutions. His Irish Rebellion: Protestant polemic 1798-1900 was published by Palgrave/Macmillan in 2006.
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