Table of Contents

Romanticism and the internalization of scripture.
Monster feedback: retrospection, traumatic internalization, and perceptual aberration in Prelude 1.
The autobiographical object: patterns of incorporation in Rousseau and Wordsworth.
Action, internalization, and utterance: structure and gender in the romantic lyric.
The stewed muse of prose: Wordsworth, De Quincey, and Baudelaire.
Drinking rules!: Byron and Baudelaire.
"Le bonheur vomitif": incorporation and figuration in Baudelaire's "Poème du Hachisch."