Morag Harris studied English at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. After Graduating she worked in publishing, first in London and then in Bologna, Italy. In 1981 she became a lecturer at the University of Bologna, where she continued to teach until her death in December 2000. Her book Emily Dickinson in Time was published in 1999 Morton D. Paley is the author of a number of studies of Romantic literature and art. He is co-editor of the journal Blake: An Illustrated Ouarterly, and he edited Blake's Jerusalem for the William Blake Trust (Tate Gallery, 1991). He has been a Research Fellow of the National Endowment for the Humanities, a Senior Fulbright Lecturer at the University of Heidelberg, and twice a Guggenheim Fellow, and is an Emeritus Professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley Meg Harris Williams studied English at Cambridge and Oxford Universities. She has written books on Milton, Keats, and Emily Bronte, and numerous articles on literature and psychoanalysisHarris, Morag is the author of 'Linguistic Transformations in Romantic Aesthetics from Coleridge to Emily Dickinson' with ISBN 9780773470293 and ISBN 0773470298.