Lisa Vargo

    Department of English
University of Saskatchewan

Office: Arts 408
Phone: (306) 966-2781

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Lisa Vargo is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of Saskatchewan, specializing in late 18th-century and early 19th-century British poets, especially the Byron-Shelley circle and romantic women writers. She has published articles on Graham Greene, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Mary Shelley, Anna Jameson, Anna Barbauld, and Mary Robinson. Her edition of Mary Shelley's Lodore is published by the Broadview Press Literary Texts Series. An on-line review of the edition can be read on Romanticism on the Net. She is co-editor of the The Anna Letitia Barbauld Web Page with Allison Muri. Her edition of Mary Shelley's Lives of the Most Eminent Writers of Spain and Portugal for Pickering and Chatto was published in 2002. Her current project is an edition of Thomas Love Peacock's Nightmare Abbey.

Course Information

Click here to see course information for English 202.6
Click here to see course information for English 331.6

Web Sites

Literature Sites

Department of English Home Page
The Voice of the Shuttle
The William Blake Archive
Romanticism on the Net: An Electronic Journal
Romantic Circles
Lyrical Ballads Bicentennary Project
Postgraduate English: An Electronic Journal
On-Line Books Page
Women's Writing

Resources on Writing

University of Saskatchewan Library Web Page
The University Writing Centre Web Page
Academic Honesty
Department of English: Requirements for Essays

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