The Keats-Shelley Journal 52 (2003), 97-115.
“A well-written, witty, and learned piece that [Â…] raises (and in part answers) important questions about Byron’s political efficacy as well as the political implications of print culture and technology in the Romantic period.”
Beth Lau, Recommended Reading, Blackwell Literature Compass
“A thoughtful treatment of Byron’s Luddite texts in relation to the technology of publishing.”
Steven E. Jones, ‘Digital Romanticism in the Age of Neo-Luddism’, Romanticism on the Net41-42 (2006).