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Alison Cardinale

Alison Cardinale is the Assistant Head of Learning and Curriculum English at MLC School where she teaches the International Baccalaureate alongside senior English courses. Alison is commencing the third year of research for a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Sydney in 2015, focusing on the poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge under the supervision of Professor Will Christie. In 2014, Alison delivered a paper on Coleridge to the BSLS conference at the University of Surrey. Recently, Alison has worked as an undergraduate English tutor at the University of Sydney and has ten years’ experience teaching English in independent Sydney secondary schools.

Review: Martin Priestman, The Poetry of Erasmus Darwin (rev.)

The Poetry of Erasmus Darwin: Enlightened Spaces, Romantic Times aims to recover the poetry and poetics of Erasmus Darwin from behind the rock of Wordsworthian Romanticism by challenging anew its assumptions about poetic diction and … Continue reading

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