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Table of Contents
|Introduction: collective sympathy|
|Sympathetic Communication, 1750-1800: From Moral Philosophy to Revolutionary Crowds:|
|Sympathy and the crowd: eighteenth-century contexts|
|Sympathetic communication and the French Revolution|
|Romantic Afterlives, 1800-1850: Sympathetic Communication, Mass Protest and Print Culture:|
|Sympathy and the press: mass protest and print culture in Regency England|
|'The contagious sympathy of popular and patriotic emotions': sympathy and loyalism after Waterloo|
|Afterword: sympathy and the Romantic crowd|
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