James Madison University
Katey Castellano received her Ph.D. from Duke University and is Assistant Professor of English at James Madison University. A specialist in British Romanticism, she is the author of essays sich as “Burke’s ‘Revolutionary Book’: Conservative Politics and Revolutionary Aesthetics in the Reflections” and “‘The Road of Excess Leads to the Palace of Wisdom’: Alternative Economies of Excess in Blake’s Continental Prophecies”; and “Feminism to Ecofeminism: The Legacy of Gilbert and Gubar’s Readings of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and The Last Man” forthcoming in an edited volume commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of Gilbert and Gubar’s The Madwoman in the Attic.
Essays in Partial Answers
“Why Linger at the Yawning Tomb so Long?” : The Ethics of Negative Capability in Keats’s Isabella and Hyperion
Volume 8, Number 1, December 2010
Literature and Ethics