Review 19: An Online Review of New Books on English and American Literature of the 19th Century
 

New Reviews
 
Tim Fulford, Ian Packer and Lynda Pratt, eds.
THE COLLECTED LETTERS OF ROBERT SOUTHEY PART 5: 1816-1818
(A Romantic Circles electronic edition, 2016)
Reviewed by Stuart Andrews on 2016-12-08.

The fifth...
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Carol Bolton, ed.
LETTERS FROM ENGLAND by Don Manuel Alvarez Espriella [Robert Southey]
(Routledge / Taylor & Francis: The Pickering Masters Series, 2016)
Reviewed by Stuart Andrews on 2016-11-10.

This is the first critical edition of Southey's Letters from England since...
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David LaRocca and Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso, eds.
A POWER TO TRANSLATE THE WORLD: NEW ESSAYS ON EMERSON AND INTERNATIONAL CULTURE
(UPNE/ Dartmouth, 2015) 354 pp.
Reviewed by Laura Dassow Walls on 2016-11-10.

Emerson once observed that "each individual soul is such, in virtue of its being a power...
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Gage McWeeny
THE COMFORT OF STRANGERS: SOCIAL LIFE AND LITERARY FORM
(Oxford, 2016) 240 pp.
Reviewed by Rachel Hollander on 2016-11-10.

As a chronicle of the everyday, Victorian literature is more often associated with...
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Louise Penner and Tabitha Sparks, eds.
VICTORIAN MEDICINE AND POPULAR CULTURE
(Pickering and Chatto, 2015) ix + pp. 182
Reviewed by Erika Wright on 2016-11-02.

The editors of this book have their work cut out for them. Besides fulfilling their...
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