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WILLIAM M. ROSSETTI. Three Articles in Shelley Society Publications, Part I.
Shelley's Prometheus Unbound: A Study of its Meaning and
Shelley's Prometheus Unbound Considered as a Poem.
JAMES THOMSON. Notes on Sheliey's Prometheus Unbound. The
Chapters V., VI.
JOHN TODHUNTER. A Study of Shelley.
Blackwood's. September, 1820.
The Quarterly. October, 1821.
The Literary Gazette. September, 1820.
Monthly Review, 1821.
Southern Literary Messenger, 1842.
Manchester Quarterly. Vol. 1. 1882.
All Lives of Shelley and all critical estimates of his poetry treat at more or less length of the Prometheus Unbound. The chief authorities to be consulted are as follows:
Among the modern biographers: Dowden, Rossetti, Symonds, Sharp, Salt, Barnett Smith, Garnett, Rabbe.
Among critical essayists: Bagehot, Hutton, Matthew Arnold, Swinburne, Stopford Brooke, Shairp, Aubrey de Vere, Bourget.
The best editions of Shelley's works are those of H. Buxton Forman (English) and J. H. Woodberry (American).