I am currently making the final edits to Milton's Loves, a study that presents the various constructions of love with which Milton was familiar (classical, biblical, humanist) and argues that his Paradise epics frame not only redemption in terms of love, but also creation, temptation and transgression. Further details will be provided here when available.
Paice, Rosamund. 'Arguments about Gardening: Green Space, Companionship, and Retreat in Milton's Eden'. Milton Studies. Forthcoming, 63.2 (2021).
Paice, Rosamund. 'Salty Language: Herring and Intemperate Appetites in Shakespeare's London', Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 19.1 (2019), 65–84.
Paice, Rosamund. '"Divine Interpreter": Translation as Theme and Event in Paradise Lost', Milton Quarterly 53.1 (2019), 1–17.
Paice, Rosamund. 'William Blake, Empire and the Napoleon Factor: Rethinking Empire and the Laocoön Separate Plate', Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, 67–68 (2016).
Paice, Rosamund. 'Falling in Love and Language: Earthly Companionship and Spiritual Loss in Paradise Lost', Early Modern Literary Studies, Special Issue 22 (Companionship and Communities, 2014), 1–22.
Paice, Rosamund, and Robert N. Essick. 'Newly-Uncovered Blake Drawings in the British Museum', Blake Quarterly 37.4 (2003), 84–100.
Paice, Rosamund. 'Encyclopaedic Resistance: Blake, Rees's Cyclopaedia, and the Laocoön Separate Plate', Blake Quarterly 37.3 (2003), 44–62.
Paice, Rosamund. 'Blake and a "Curious Hypothesis"', Notes and Queries 245.3 (2000), 308–311.
Paice, Rosamund, Laura Jenkinson and Alison Habens. Getting to Know Shakespeare: A Practical Guide to the Sonnets (2015).