this is not a scholarly book review in any way, shape, or form
But I just wanted to say that I, lowly grad student, totally dig the new Transatlantic Romanticism
Two of my three seminars this semester are Romanticism-oriented (one British, one American) and I'm forever trying to make connections between the two, so this wee (1311pp) anthology is quite useful to me. The major sections of "Transatlantic Exchanges" are: Revolutionary Republicanism, Slavery and Abolition, Women's Rights, Wordsworth in Britain and America, Religion and Revivalism, Utopianism and Socialism, and Civilization and Nature. With the exception of the Wordsworth section, these are all things right up my alley/things I spend a great deal of time thinking about.