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

New Reviews
 
Michael Rossington, Jack Donovan and Kelvin Everest, eds.
THE POEMS OF SHELLEY, VOLUME IV 1820-21
Longman's Annotated English Poets (Routledge, 2014) xxxiii + 390 pp.
Reviewed by Nancy Moore Goslee on 2016-02-13.

At a 1993 Shelley conference in Gregynog, Wales, participants witnessed an extremely...
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Thomas Vinterberg, Director and David Nicholls, Screenwriter
THOMAS HARDY'S FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD (SECOND REVIEW)
(BBC/DNA/Fox Searchlight, 2015) 119 min
Reviewed by Roger Webster on 2016-02-11.

Editor's note: This...
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Francesca Saggini
THE GOTHIC NOVEL AND THE STAGE: ROMANTIC APPROPRIATIONS
(Pickering & Chatto, May 2015), c. 256 pp.
Reviewed by Emily Anderson on 2016-01-26.

In Percy Shelley's Gothic drama Cenci (1819), the evil count of that name...
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Sari Edelstein
BETWEEN THE NOVEL AND THE NEWS: THE EMERGENCE OF AMERICAN WOMEN'S WRITING
(Virginia, 2014) xi + 226 pp.
Reviewed by Doug Underwood on 2016-01-12.

In this intriguing and thought-provoking book, Sari Edelstein considers how sentimental...
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R.F. Foster
VIVID FACES: THE REVOLUTIONARY GENERATION IN IRELAND, 1890-1923
(Norton, 2015) 480 pp.
Reviewed by George Bornstein on 2016-01-12.

This new history of roughly three decades opens with the fall and death of the Irish...
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