Noah Comet

Noah Comet is a professor of English literature at the United States Naval Academy. He specializes in Nineteenth Century (Romantic and Victorian) British Literature, women writers, and representations of classical Greece. He is known for his book called Hellenism and Romantic Women Writers from Palgrave/Macmillan Press and his articles in The Wordsworth Circle and the Keats-Shelley Journal on poets Letitia Landon and Felicia Hemans.[1] [2]


Comet received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Creative Writing from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 2000. Three years later, he received a Master of Arts degree in English from New York University, and he attained a Doctorate of Philosophy in English from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2008.


His most important works of criticism include the articles on Landon and Hemans, which both form part of his book on British women writers and Hellenism. In 2011 he guest-edited a special issue of the journal Women's Studies. He is also the editor of Romantic Circles' Electronic Concordance to Keats' Poetry and the author of several book reviews and other articles and short entries in the fields of Romanticism and Victorianism. He has given numerous conference papers at national and international academic conferences.


Professor Comet's research has been supported by several fellowships from institutions such as the Keats-Shelley Association of America and the University of California, and he is an award-winning teacher.[3]

Personal life

Professor Comet has traveled extensively in Europe and Africa. He is married, has a son, and lives in Annapolis, Maryland.


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