Through a partnership with London-based publisher Pickering & Chatto, students and scholars have access to important primary texts for the study of Romantic-era literature and social history—with more than 87,000 pages of Pickering & Chatto's esteemed critical editions. The collection also includes additional content from other publishers, archives, the leading Romanticism journal, The Wordsworth Circle, and other sources never-before-available online. Besides the literature—poetry, novels, short fiction, and drama—there are letters, diaries, conduct literature, speeches, travel narratives, political writings, philosophical works, theological and sociological writings, and more. Featuring work from writers in Britain, the British Empire, and North America, the collection is particularly strong in its coverage of the Romantic Era's "second generation," which spans the years from 1800 to 1830. The Romantic Era Redefined brings something distinctly new to academic study, with access to overlooked and inaccessible important works.